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Old 11-02-2012, 10:21 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I'm in the market in buying lowering springs and would like to know your opinions on witch springs are the best! I want to be sitting low and having good spring rates for occasional track days!
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:26 AM   #2
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i om tien springs on my tsx and they ride very smooth and i have tien coilovers on my maxima and they ride about the same sorry i couldnt answer your question very well goodluck!
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Search dude, go on the shiftice website, he has lots of info.
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Has anyone tryed Megan Racing springs?
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Has anyone tryed Megan Racing springs?
Right here. I loved them. Pretty even drop. ~2finger wheel gap all around which i was pretty happy with until i got coilovers.
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H&R I think offer the best ride for lower springs. The biggest issue I have with them is the lower seems too modest in the front to the point it doesn't really look lowered. I have about a 3 finger gap. I'd say the best route is to save for coilovers.

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Coilovers are hands down the best you can get lol I got H&R and would agree looks like a lot of weight in the back but o well amazing ride quality like riding on glass
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I have had Eibach with tokico blues, Tien H-techs with Illuminas, and currently have Tien S-techs with Illuminas.

H-techs are way to soft, very bouncy, and the drop is not much different than Eibach.

Eibach are nice ride and I project could be better with a nice set of adjustable struts, but the drop is not that low. The front will sit higher than the back, or at least it looks that way.

S-techs are a nice ride and the drop is awesome, I have my Illuminas set on 3f/4r. Handling is good but I can't tell you exactly because I did a bunch of suspension mods at once. I will say these spring ride nice but they are harsh on your axles, I have to replace one now.

I agree with the coilovers, if you got the money get them. I have heard a lot of good things about H&R too. I got my S-techs from a org member for $100 and spent $500 on the Illuminas brand new. If you were to buy everything new it would almost be as much as some coilovers (especially a nice used set), and with coilovers you can change the ride height whenever you want.
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anyone tried eibachs? and is it rough riding low? i heard altering the suspension can really mess up alot of things.. can anyone inform me?
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Very stiff. Terrible ride. Likely to break. Yes, break.

Check my suspension thread. All the info you need.
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I had the eibachs for about a year now. I put them on my stock struts and at the beginning it was fine i really enjoyed it and now i feel it to be very rough, maybe cause my stock shocks are now dead who knows. I like a rougher ride but i feel like the ride quality has really diminished. Feels horrible now lolz, every bump sounds like car is breaking.
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I been searching n searching can't make my mind up i know i want a stiff solid ride that can hug a corner firmly and i think eibach is one I'm looking for but if the front sits higher then rear jus like my stock springs I'm good i want a even drop...any advise?
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Don't get Eibach.

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From reading H&R are softer rate? or jus smoother. will H&R be any better then stock SE springs?
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Softer, smoother, more comfortable, more reliable, more even drop, better handling, list goes on....

'Better' than SE springs is relative based on preference.
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Well i don't want a Spring that's just as soft as Stocks that's the whole point in upgrading is to have a Firmer better handling ride.
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I don't mind the bumpyness at all but on a nice smooth track id like best handing.
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Well from what i keep Reading guess I'm placein a order today. Thanks!
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H&R's are a nice set of springs. Gives you good ride quality with better handling over stock. I've used them on my 4th & 5th gens & have been pretty happy with them.
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I have Vogtland (1.5" drop front and back) paired with KYB Excel-G.

I don't like the ride at ALL. Maybe its because I live/commute around the Chicago area, where there are lotsa potholes.

But if I could do it over again, I'd get Illuminas. The OE struts just arent very comfortable.
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I'm leaning more towards eibach cause H&R's eneven ride height.
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^ i took a half coil off of the front of my H&R's and the drop is almost even now.

Didn't notice too much difference in the ride other than a slightly 'firmer' feel. Got a definite firmer than stock (SE) feel now and hugs corners nicely. The new suspension bits(LCA/endlinks/tierodends) up front helped with that as well
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I don't understand how many times I have to keep repeating NOT to get Eibachs.
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Is it ok to cut a coil off of aftermarket spring?
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