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Yes, they work just fine. I couldn’t wait until they officially released products for this gen Integra, and I’m glad I didn’t. No issues or noise. To me, a car doesn’t look right unless it has been lowered.

Once my wheels arrive, I will most likely go with coilovers or possible air suspension. I’m hoping that by next spring they will come out with a coilover option to address the adaptive suspension.
 

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Yes, they work just fine. I couldn’t wait until they officially released products for this gen Integra, and I’m glad I didn’t. No issues or noise. To me, a car doesn’t look right unless it has been lowered.

Once my wheels arrive, I will most likely go with coilovers or possible air suspension. I’m hoping that by next spring they will come out with a coilover option to address the adaptive suspension.
I would love to see something like this for the Integra

https://ind-distribution.com/produc...ble-spring-kit-bmw-m2-incl-m2-competition-f87
 
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The only problem with that is the minimal range for the drop. A 1.2” drop for over $1,000 isn’t too much of a value. I’ve never had KW before, but I will consider their full coilover if I can get a 3” drop.

Hopefully someone will release something that taps into the Integra’s adaptive suspension or at least blocks the dash light from coming on.
 
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The only problem with that is the minimal range for the drop. A 1.2” drop for over $1,000 isn’t too much of a value. I’ve never had KW before, but I will consider their full coilover if I can get a 3” drop.

Hopefully someone will release something that taps into the Integra’sadaptive suspension or at least blocks the dash light from coming on.
So the Eibach Sportline drop is 1.2”? Also, hows the ride?
 
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No, the Sportlines drop it 1.8” rear and 1.7” in the front.

Ride is pretty decent. There can be the occasional bumpiness to it, but overall comfortable and noise free. I would like to go about 2.5”-3” for the drop, so I’m looking around for coilover options. One of the things holding me back is the adaptive suspension and the light on the dash. I‘m waiting for someone to do it so I can see what options there are for that. Until then, the Eibachs are serving their purpose.
 

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I did the same springs and tried spacers but ran into the issue you did so I will probably have to try 25mm cause I was having a wobble on the rear and wouldn’t sit flush to the spacer. Thanks for the tips. Will be getting SPC Camber kit next also
 
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If anyone is looking for these Eibach Sportline springs, they will be put up for sale in about 10 days. I’m in the process of going coilovers.

I’m located in Miami, FL.
 
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