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Old 01-30-2002   #1
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Sport Springs Advice

I want to buy sport springs. Slamming a Civic with a sick pair of rims is sweet looking, I think many of you will agree

Anyway, I notice many of you here have Progress Springs...I like the effect that these springs have aesthetically, but what about ride? Do your cars ride firmer/more jittery? How do your Civics take the bumps or any imperfections in the road?

Also, where do coilovers, camber kits, and shocks come in. Once again, these questions may sound dumb, but I want to make sure I do this right the first time because money is not necessarily a commodity.

Thanks for all input-

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