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he guys im looking to get my car a little lower. I have some options in mind but im not quite sure yet. Its a big decision so i have been doing some research on it.

so far im come up with

tokico hps and h techs = maybe not enouff drop

tokico hp's and h&r = heard good things but want good ride quality

tokico hps and ebach pro kit = good reviews..not sure if it willd rop enouff



im on 18x8 inch axis decades

with a 225/40/18 up front and 245/40/18 on the back


anyone with any expeiance testing with suspension has some input let me know

i woudl consider a different shock if advised i just think that the hps will do the job for my setup.

thanks
 

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I love the ride of my Tokico HP/H&R setup.
I'm running 17x7f - 17x8r with 225/45f - 245/40r
I recommend this setup for any daily driver.
 

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yeah im just worried about the offset of my wheels beeing axis..i heard there offsets are a little different and them beeing 18's...its not about how low..its about looks clean without rubbing every turn

thanks tho...ive been told the h&rs with hps is a good setup
 

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well if anyone else has any opinions or anyhting they think would help let me know

thanks guys
 

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tokico hp / tanabe NF210

I think its the perfect ride/drop mix for that slight drop.
 

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If you want a large drop... the Eibach Pro-Kit is NOT for you.
 

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I would recommend H&R springs and that will lower your car around 2 inches and for your shocks setup I go with Koni's because of the lower perch setting.

I wouldn't go with the HP blues because they are crap because they aren't adjustable, rides like crap IMO.
 

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the nf are the 1 inch drop correct?

theres only a .4inch drop difference btween them..unless they settle differently

my only concern is if ill have to have my fenders rolled becaue of the 18"s and the drop...if it has to be doen tho it will


ive heard a lot of good things about the h&r with hp....

i guess to the people used to the fine tuning its not as good...but right now im riding on bad shocks
 
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