why would you use something not meant for our cars (9thgen)? even though it fits?
While I would highly recommend just buying springs meant for the 9th gen specifically, 8th gen springs will work, but you'll need an extra part or two
okay so its good for the drop but as a overall suspension its horrible, thanks bruh!From what I read. It works but you need the rear isolators to make it fit. Also it works but it handles like shit cause it's not made for the 9th gen. Therefore, it's better to buy coils for the 9th. You can't put in a front sway bar if you use the 8th gen coils too.
thanks man, I definitely got my answer! appreciate the help!JoeHam did u see this info, mite be of some help to u....http://www.9thgencivic.com/forum/suspension-brakes/2591-8th-civic-vs-9th-civic-suspension-differences-revealed.html
Thats what I've drawn from this, I have no intentions of slamming it or laying frame, I just want a proper drop to eliminate as much wheel to fender gap as possible. While enhancing the ride of te vehicle. So I think im gonna try to save for a good set of 9th coils.It all depends on what your doing to your car. If your going to track it I'd get the coils made for our car but if you want to just slam it and don't care to much for performance then use the 8th coils but as for me my coils came from my 8th gen so why not? But if your in the market I'd save up and get the right coils.
Heres a pic of how it sits with 8thgen ksport coils
haha i feel you on that, so since you're slammed the sway bar issue isn't a problem for you? thats a good solution to that problem haha.mine feels good. had buddy club coilovers from my 8th now for like 3k miles. tightened up my preload and feels amazing. but then again. that's my own personal opinion haha. oh im riding pretty slammed too so i wouldn't have been able to feel so much sway bar use anyway. but then again my car handles really well