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Can anyone recommend me some good daily driving springs? Been doing a lot of research and I keep getting bounced around from Tein S-Tech, Swift Spec-R, H&R OE Sport, and Eibach Pro.

I'd prefer a 2 finger drop, nothing more.
 

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Nice car, thank you for the pictures for reference.

I was actually looking for more wheel gap.
 

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Think I may have posted this earlier but not in this thread.
 

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Before and after with Tein s tech springs.
1.5-1.7" drop, leaves about a 2 finger gap. Drives like stock and I love how the car sits.
I do plan on getting coils in the future, maybe next year, as during the winter, when i put my 16" winter steelies on, I do notice that i scrape a lot (also have a n1 exhaust that has a mid-pipe that hangs low), so having height adjustability would benefit me during canadian winters. I plan on getting tein branded coils or buddyclub coils, only heard good things about both brands.

but i think tein springs are one of the best bang for your buck. If you want something more sporty, than Swift springs are a good buy, but they are a lot stiffer. Skunk2 and D2 springs sit too low. HR and Eibach are also good options but i heard they make a lot of noises, haven't had any noise issues with the Teins.
 

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Before and after with Tein s tech springs.
1.5-1.7" drop, leaves about a 2 finger gap. Drives like stock and I love how the car sits.
I do plan on getting coils in the future, maybe next year, as during the winter, when i put my 16" winter steelies on, I do notice that i scrape a lot (also have a n1 exhaust that has a mid-pipe that hangs low), so having height adjustability would benefit me during canadian winters. I plan on getting tein branded coils or buddyclub coils, only heard good things about both brands.

but i think tein springs are one of the best bang for your buck. If you want something more sporty, than Swift springs are a good buy, but they are a lot stiffer. Skunk2 and D2 springs sit too low. HR and Eibach are also good options but i heard they make a lot of noises, haven't had any noise issues with the Teins.
Thanks for the recommendation. Actually looking for more of a HFP drop.
 

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H&R springs on stock shocks

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My springs have settled quite a bit since I initially installed
 

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