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eg vs. ef springs

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by lilhoffmang08, Jul 30, 2009.

  1. lilhoffmang08

    lilhoffmang08 New Member

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    newb question but will eg springs work on a ef
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    Yes; although advertised drop heights may be different(IIRC, the EF will sit higher than compared to EG's with the same spring).
     
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    lilhoffmang08 New Member

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    ok if thats true what would you think the ride quality of tein luxury master springs and tokico gas struts as a combo will it be a nice ride
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    I have no clue since I don't know the spring rates; but I'm willing to bet it is.
     
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    the eg struts are longer, you can use them but you need the strut fork from an ef, and it will still sit higher than it should, project car magazine just put eg shocks/springs on a crx they built..
     
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    LOWLIFE Local Diesel Fanatic

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    kinda neat info... i know the front of my car sits about half inch lower than back this could be a way to level it out and get it up some.

    not likely ill do it but for others it could be good.
     
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