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i have never even heard of these. If you want a good set you should go with the Koni Yellows, they even have adjustable rebound dampers on them and you will probably find some good reviews on those
 

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I had those on my 97 acura integra, only had them on for a few months before someone hit and totaled my car, but I can tell you I felt it handled pretty well, and they gave me a lifetime guarantee, for the price at the time it was well worth it. Can't comment on reliability though as I only had them a few months... Still my my integra....
 

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Koni yellows last time I heard it needs to heck up your stock structs. I hate that, that means the stocks suspension is done. At least this one has front structs.

when is koni going to make it right and make a struct that fits our civics?
 

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Please let us know what springs you end up using, what camber kit(s) (front and/or rear) and your impressions.
 

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jt, it looks like that, for a while at least, you will be official guinea pi . . . um, word on this product.
 

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You will like them man. That's the reveiw I did on my 8th gen lx coupe you will like the way it rides. I sold the car back in July of last year.
Thanks for putting that out there... definitely helped in making my decision on them versus further saving up for the Koni's.
 

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Ooo, I'm so excited. At last, an overall combo-solution to the springs/shocks dilemma.
 

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like mrgarcia said, you will adore them man. chris redshift said they're very similar to the koni oranges and i believe it. they give the car a real sporty feel without beating you up as much. just make sure to get front camber bolts and rear camber kit because camber is gonna be pretty off with the h&r. i believe chris redshift also as alignment suggestions on his website.


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Did you order them because your stocks went out? Im looking into buying h&r springs but curious how long before the stock shocks go out


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I put the H&R's on around 44k and I'm close to 61k now. 90% of my commute is highway. The stocks haven't completely gone out and I haven't noticed any leaks, but they are getting real squishy and not bouncing back like they were when I initially put them on.
 

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Looking forward to seeing them on your car JT!:)
I don't anticipate it really changing the height at all. I was thinking the spring would be the final say on the height, but I guess it could affect it. Can anyone advise on that? The shocks are shorter in design when compared to OEM.
 
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