I have lots of questions... I have just dropped in a b16a sirII into a 1992 civic dx sedan. working great but the suspension sucks. Presently installed I have 17" ALT wheels running 40 series tires. I also have aftermarket shocks and springs (lowered 1.5"). I would say the wheels are to large and the drop too low (with new engine). I plan on running 16" rims on 45 series tires and getting some quality coilovers but I need help on the other things... My question is what would be the best suspension set-up (for tight turns and bumpy city streets) Should I just use aftermarket parts combined with my stock parts? or Should I do a gsr suspension swap and then add aftermarket parts? How much better is the gsr suspension? I was told many parts on the gsr are no different than my stock civic parts. What really makes up a suspension on a civic? tie rods, sway bars, control arms, shocks, springs, torsion bars, bushings, trailing arms, ball joints, strut rods? Did I forget anything or put too much in? The guy who is working on my car said he would sell me a gsr brake & suspension package (incl: master cylinder, new rotors, new pads & installation) for $700 but I have a feeling its not going to replace everything. What else should I request from him to have a complete package or does it matter beyond what he is giving me. Say cost is not a factor in this equation. sorry for being so green.