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Eibach Pro-Street

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by sohcslammer, Sep 28, 2004.

  1. sohcslammer

    sohcslammer Senior Member

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    I was just wondering if anyone has tried these or know anyone with them.

    Eibach Pro Streets

    I'm thinking of trying it out on the new coupe, but I can get a set of Tein HAs for about the same price, maybe less. And the pro-streets are not adjustable. Just looking for some feedback.

    I'm also wondering if anyone has the Tokico RAK kit. I don't want to hear about your tokico HPs or Illuminas because they aren't the same. The rak kit has increased dampening and a higher rated spring.
     
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    sohcslammer Senior Member

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    OK. So no-one has an RAK kit or the eibach kit? How about general feelings about the companies? :p
     
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    Im curious about it. Go be the guiny pig :p

    Really some one needs to get like 20 civics and test all these different set ups and end all the bull shit. 4 different levels of tein, 3 different levels of jic, omni power, konis threaded coil kit, the GC/koni yellow set up, tok white and blue withere there matched springs, Apexi WS 3 different levels, Progress has a full coil set up thats very interesting based on what progresss stands for, Tanabe 4 levels, H&R cup kit, zeal, then all the shock/srping combos you could imagine. I wanna see a mag do something like that. Just go out and find like 20 30 fools with bone stock civics and integras and tell umm let us track you car for a few tests and you will drive away with a new suspension.
     
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    And then it's still all subjective depending on driver preference...
     
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    integraslut78 Stylus DJ Extraordinaire

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    Shadney likes to be the guinea pig. :D
     
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    Fuck it. I'm going with the suspension techniques drop springs, illumina shocks and spending the rest on my motor. :D (8 psi here I come)
     
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    Yeah but there gonna have to be broken down into groups of what people are looking for and can expect fro each setup

    street comfort > drop > street performance <--- Tok white & blue with there matched springs, and all other spring/shock combos

    street performance > track performance <---- low level jic, tein, apexi, tanabe, omni, gc/koni yellow

    track performance > street abilty <---- highest-mid level jic, zeal, tein, tanabe, apexi

    Full race but i dont think this applys to any coilver that i mentioned


    I think with reviews and catagorys like that you would be able to make a sound choice.
     
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    SneakySedan Junior Member

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    Buddy of mine has the Eibach sportline's on his 88 325, increased his cornering like theres no tomorrow, and barely stiffened the ride up at all. Eibach makes good stuff.
     
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