Shocks & Springs

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PortisHead

New Member
Hello.
I'am searching the whole internet to find a set of shocks and springs for my '94 civic but everything i find is about 40-50 and 60mm lowering.
I think its too much for me.
Could anybody suggest a shop/site with lowering suspension kits about 10 or 20mm ?
Many thanks in advance.

P.S.
If somebody can help...only e-shops preffered, cause I live in Athens/Greece and the order will be given via internet.
 

K2e2vin

Senior Member
That's very minuscule. You're probably better off just doing an full ITR suspension swap. It's a tad lower and should ride nice. ITR sway bars should compliment it nicely(be sure to get the ASR rear subframe brace though).
 

eg6sir

Supa Mod
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if you're just looking for the height you can get the ITR springs only.. .. tad lower than regular Integras
 

E_SolSi

Member of the 20 nut club
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:withstupid:

just remember with ITR suspension you NEED toy run ITR rear LCAs
 

PortisHead

New Member
Many thanks for the tips...but i'm looking for something new,not used.
Any e-shops with such stuff ?

E_SolSi
just remember with ITR suspension you NEED toy run ITR rear LCAs

What exactly are "rer LCAs" ?
And with "ITR" you mean : Integra Type R ?

Sorry but i'm not familiar with such terms :(
 

K2e2vin

Senior Member
Yes, ITR=Integra Type-R.

LCA=Lower control arm. Really, you just need the box-style control arms. I don't know what you guys have over there, but over here the 88 Civic/CRX's use the same style.

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PortisHead

New Member
ΟΚ,Ι understood now.
ITR was never imported to Greece via the official Honda Representative and spare parts for civic & crx '91 and backwards are very rare.

I found THIS... on ebay :

What do you think of it?
(Consider my car is almost 15 years old and I don't want to spend much money on it)
 

K2e2vin

Senior Member
I don't really trust much ebay stuff, but if you have the money I guess it's worth a try; but I should add those spring rates look pretty stiff for street use.

As far as those LCA goes, you can just use the springs which should lower the car a bit. The shocks are suggested because they have stiffer damping to compliment the springs.
 

FLounder

power hungry
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my suggestion would be to look into the Eibach Pro Kit springs, they ride really nice, only lower the car about 1", and they handle a little better than stock. and you dont have to replace your shocks if you dont want to (although new shocks are always good)
 
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