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Ti Chuot
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Ti Chuot Jan 12, 12:03am - #5287 

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What Do You Think?

which springs should I get Eibach pro-kit springs, eibach sportline spring, Progress spring, TRD spring?
the question is, which is the most durable and smooth ride? the body kit i'm thinking to get is EVO front, blitz side, dont' know what the back bumper gonna be, any thought guys?

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Pete00 Jan 12, 6:05am - #5288 
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eibach pro-kit/TRD = same thing.

depends how low you want to drop.

btw, h&R springs 1.3" front/back.

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Ti Chuot Jan 13, 9:08pm - #5289 

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thanks, but i would like to know which is the most durable (long lasting). I don't want to spent almost 300 bucks just to used it for a few months. Between the eibach pro-kit and sportline springs, any differences? anyone know how long these will last??

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Pete00 Jan 13, 9:48pm - #5290 
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well i assume they were manufactured to last the lifetime of your car, much like the stock springs.
you will eventually have to change your shocks though.

eibach pro-kit springs drop just over 1 inch, while the sportline is 2 inches i believe.

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Steven Jan 13, 10:13pm - #5291 
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1sikcel Jan 13, 10:14pm - #5292 
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if your getting a body kit with the lowering springs you might not want to get the eibach sportline because it's a little more than a 2 inch drop. you'd have to be careful with bottoming out. if you want a quality ride and a nice look i hear that hotchkis makes good springs(1.4 inch front, 1.9 inch back). I just ordered mine last week. ill post back when i get them and install them to let you know how the feel of the ride is. you can find the hotchkis for a good price at www.titanmotorsports.com

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thanks for all your replied!!!
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CID498 Jan 15, 9:43pm - #5294 

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hotchkis!

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