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post #1 of 12 Old Jan 11th, 2004, 11:57 PM Thread Starter
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i need to lower my car it looks like a truck which is the lower and the better?

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what model tein and what model eibach?

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tein s and eibach sportline or pro which is better

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post #4 of 12 Old Jan 12th, 2004, 09:07 AM
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It depends on what you want.

Eibach Sportline will lower your car more than the Eibach Pro's, but it'll be stiffer. Depends on what you want. I don't know much about the Tein springs though.

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tein s and eibach sportline or pro which is better
Just becuase of what people are saying i'd go with the prokit. The drop is reasonable and the rates are very good. the sportlines are good springs also but the drop is a little much for the rates and you won't get as much performance from them as you would the prokit on stock struts. I wouldn't even get the tein s-tech springs.

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I put some H&R Springs, dropped my SE-R about 1.7inches. I like how it handles, it's pretty stiff, but not too much, and cornering is very good.

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I put some H&R Springs, dropped my SE-R about 1.7inches. I like how it handles, it's pretty stiff, but not too much, and cornering is very good.
H&R Springs are also nice. I have progress, but I'm getting some Tein Basics soon.

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see im really into drag so the handling is just a plus what would help me out of the hole?

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see im really into drag so the handling is just a plus what would help me out of the hole?

Go with the prokit, you'll be happy.

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I have the Prokit. I like them ALOT. But I don't know what the performance diff is between the Prokit and Sportline is. Sportline is lower, don't know about better.

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see im really into drag so the handling is just a plus what would help me out of the hole?
i have Tein and they handle good

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