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Love the drop, but it needs spacers desperately.
 
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Love the drop, but it needs spacers desperately.
Also, we’re your springs noise free as soon as they were installed or did they take a little “setting In” before they got noise free ? I’d appreciate the help
 

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Noise-free from the start. If you’re having noise, make sure everything is lined up correctly and all bolts are torqued. The install is 80% of it.
 
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I’m having a good bit of noise when turning so I’m gonna check everything.
 

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I've had the same issue with lowering springs in the past. I know coilovers are harder with this platform because of the adaptive dampers....but a good set of coilovers would ride better than stock anyway with the nice lowered ride height. The aftermarket will still take some time to make the good set but it will end up being a product.
 

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I’m having a good bit of noise when turning so I’m gonna check everything.
Did you finally get the noise sorted out?
 
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Yes I fixed the noise, I just checked the torque on everything, And added a little bit of grease to the top hat that connects to the strut, as during Install most of it rubbed off. Noise is now totally gone 👍
Did you finally get the noise sorted out?
 
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I like the stance on this! Debating getting these or tiens…
These give a great ride quality for lowering springs, as for tein I didn’t see anyone give a good review, so I went with eibach
 

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These give a great ride quality for lowering springs, as for tein I didn’t see anyone give a good review, so I went with eibach

whats the wheels gap with the sportlines and is the tires tuck slightly?Any side shots?

Also, when installing the front springs, any problems with the axles popping out?
 

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Eibach Sportline springs
(part # E20-40-036-02-22)
(From 10th gen civic si)


also installed rear camber kit to minimize natural camber from the drop.
(Skunk2 2023 Camber Kit)
(SKU: 516-05-1605)

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Are those the stock springs (blk)? I thought Eibach Sportlines where red springs?
 

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Love the look. Going to order my Eibach lowering springs soon!

I saw comments about spacers, what size spacers you going for? And would there be a possibility of needing longer studs to ensure proper tightening of the lug nuts?
 
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