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urbsallday

Coilovers maxed out. Want to go a little lower.

Running megan streets right now but they're maxed out low, looking to go a little lower. Been reading online to take off the lock rings or buy shorter springs. Looking for some input from sedan owners. My rear is a little higher than the front. Bugs the shit out of me. Thanks in advance.
89CivicSi

Shorter springs, and extended top hats
4dred6

89CivicSi wrote:
Shorter springs, and extended top hats
urbsallday

Okay. Got any recommendations for springs and top hats? The shorter the spring the lower I can go? Can you elaborate how it lowers the car more please, im still learning so bare with me >.<
~Sp33~

urbsallday wrote:
Okay. Got any recommendations for springs and top hats? The shorter the spring the lower I can go? Can you elaborate how it lowers the car more please, im still learning so bare with me >.<


Shorter springs will lower the car, if your shock has enough travel you wont need top hats. If your shocks are compressed up to the bump stops though, you'll need top hats in order for them to compress and do their job.
89civicracer

^^ What he said.. Smile
stormdrop

89civicracer wrote:
^^ What he said.. Smile

x2
urbsallday

Can you guys recommend quality springs and top hats? Maybe a site I can compare the different sizes of springs. I'm assuming the shorter the spring the lower ill go. I've also read they make different length top hats. What sizes are good for our sedans? Sorry for the noob questions.
89CivicSi

theres pretty much only one size top hat i seen, im using im sure are ebay top hats(since i got from parts yard unused) but they work just fine as long as u use stock bushings or ES bushings. and springs, its all a matter ot ur price range, and if they a compatible with ur setup now.

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