i need a new Performance suspension for an Integra that doesnt drop the car

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  1. arse

    arse New Member

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    my car is just at about 93,000 miles and im getting ready to change the timing belt, so i figure ill knock out the oem suspension while im at. i cant seem to find a kit that doesnt come with lowering springs, and that doesnt float since i plan on keeping the stock 15's. maybe, i could go a half inch...but i live in a pretty shitty area roadwise so you know my concerns.

    also is there an adjustable kit that wont own me? something that i could have set at factory height, then drop if i ever do buy 17's?

    :wavey: thanks
     
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    why don't you just pick up some coilovers and set your car at stock height otherwise pick up some stock type r spring/shocks
     
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    Most coilovers have a minimum drop of 1"
     
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    Most, not all.
     
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    Integra type R oem stuff is the way to go for what you want...not too sure how much it costs though.Honestly if you just want to firm it up and make it turn in a little better, buy some KYB AGX struts and a little bigger rear sway bar(oem type r, or suspension techniques).The AGX's work amazing at stock ride height, and the rear sway will take away some of the body roll.
     
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    If you can't find ITR springs, H&R OE Sport might be another way to go, but I like them less on principle since the fronts are progressive-rate.
     
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    H&R OE springs are about .5 to .75" drops. Take a look at those.
     

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