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Damn Looks amazing! A mild drop would make the fitment absolutely perfect! Also A mild drop shouldnt rub, as long as you dont go too low. My 10th gen si sits lowered by 2" and I have 18x9.5 +38 with 245/40r18. Its tight but I get no rub and my wheels poke. Seeing the fenders are slightly larger on the Integra and those wheels sit flush a mild 0.8"-1.2" should have no issues clearing
 
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Damn Looks amazing! A mild drop would make the fitment absolutely perfect! Also A mild drop shouldnt rub, as long as you dont go too low. My 10th gen si sits lowered by 2" and I have 18x9.5 +38 with 245/40r18. Its tight but I get no rub and my wheels poke. Seeing the fenders are slightly larger on the Integra and those wheels sit flush a mild 0.8"-1.2" should have no issues clearing
Thank you for the comment. Really? I was debating on getting the eibach pros. But afraid of the rubbing, thanks for the info
 

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Thank you for the comment. Really? I was debating on getting the eibach pros. But afraid of the rubbing, thanks for the info
Yea the eibach pros would probably be perfect! They only lower it 0.8" which is enough to take up some of the wheel gap without going too aggressive. When I pick up my Integra I am going to really push the limits just for the sake of experimenting what will work and what won't.
 

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Yea the eibach pros would probably be perfect! They only lower it 0.8" which is enough to take up some of the wheel gap without going too aggressive. When I pick up my Integra I am going to really push the limits just for the sake of experimenting what will work and what won't.
can’t wait to see, 0.8”does seem like the perfect drop

do you know how the eibach pro spring rates compare to OEM springs?
 

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can’t wait to see, 0.8”does seem like the perfect drop

do you know how the eibach pro spring rates compare to OEM springs?
The pro kit hasnt officially been released for the Integra or 11th gen civic yet, but if its like how it is for the 10th gen than the pro kit would be OEM+. Still get excellent ride quality and comfort but would be just a little stiffer than stock.
 
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