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Old 05-22-2011, 07:03 PM   #1
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Which springs for very mild drop? ('00 civic)

I'm just trading up from a 1g crx to a 2000 civic hatch, and its currently equipped with eibach prokit springs.
I'm looking to keep the stiffer than stock ride, but I'd like to get back to closer to stock ground clearance.
In my crx I had the suspension techniques and it sat at almost the exact same heigh as stock (but made a world of difference to its ride)
Anyone know of what springs offer less than advertised drop? That or would ITR springs be suitable? (I've read that they fit, but I cant find how much drop they actually provide)
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Old 05-28-2011, 12:43 AM   #2
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ITR springs would lower it maybe an inch at most.

You will get a better stiffer ride.

I had them in my Eg hatch.

If you want to buy them let me know.
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