So I put some new shocks, upper balljoints, and stock eg springs on my 99 civic. The ride is nice!! Going over railraod tracks now are a dream!
The rear end sits a tad high for my likings, how can I lower it a bit? I want the car to sit level, like the SI. Will rear si springs work? What set up would allow it come down a bit?
I don't want to lower the whole car, I've been there, done that.
Thanks in advance!
I'm not crazy about the clamp idea either. Anybody know the difference between itr and ctr springs, i have a b series motor, so wieght isn't an issue is it? HMO wants 150$ for ctr shocks and springs, I just bought new gr2s....uughh..
I want a 1" drop or less, what are my options everyone!
Look into tein springs or maybe eibach springs? You will have to lower a little more than that I think but the only other options is to lower it one of two ways which will blow out the shocks most likely.
cut the spring or heat the spring.
I do not recomend either, just save your money and invest in a good researched based lowering spring and enjoy the satifaction of know that you invested in something that ultimately may save your life by doing what it was designed to do!
Just my .02
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