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Eibach Sport vs. Pro?????

I'm just compareing the two, and I was looking for some input on which I should be going with!!! Any advice would be helpful!!!!

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Pro-Kit 1-1.25", and the Sportline is about 1.75 - 2.0" give or take.
Take a look at the Goldline Springs, they drop right in between with a 1.5" drop and they are very nice and ride sweet....
I just had some installed a week ago and I love them....250 installed for the Goldlines. (no pics of them yet)

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i think i might invest in the pro-kit cause it's only a 1-1 1/4 inch drop...so you don't have to mess with camber stuff...
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<< i think i might invest in the pro-kit cause it's only a 1-1 1/4 inch drop...so you don't have to mess with camber stuff... >>



you still should get a camber kit so that you have minimal wear on the tires. though that little of a drop won't effect them too much.
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The Pro-Kit in my opinion is one of the most popular spring sets ever !! The reason I got the Goldline is
because they lower a touch more than the Pro-Kit and I got a kick *** deal on them !! And they are identical to the
Eibachs in warranty and material and manufacturing process.....
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actually, i think the pro-kit drops about 1in. and the sport is about 1.5in.
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I just got my sportlines installed with 18's and although they havent settled yet, they are looking sweet. I did get camber kits all the way around though. Check some of the members cars to see what the drop looks like. So far I havent bottomed out and they ride very well. From what I have seen and heard when you throw the pro-kit on it doesn't even look like the car has been lowered. Good luck!
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Ya the Pro kit barely lowers the car! Get the Sportline, they lower it more and have better handling characteristics!
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ya i think its a waste of money to drop it with a prokit(no offense to those who have). i prefer sportlines. price is the same. n goldline.. i heard good things about them but i could get eibachs for the same price a goldines so i'll just stick with eibachs.
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I've had both, pro kits ~1.25"
Sportlines ~ 1.5"

I couldn't handle the ride with the sportlines with my daily commute so I changed them.
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the pro kit lowered my car nice. it lowered my car lower than some others i've seen. maybe cause of the box in the trunk
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pro-kit gave me about an 1.25 drop. i love it. it all depends on what you are looking for. i looked at the people who had sportlines and it was to low for me. i'm very happy with my pro-kit.
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I dropped my Accord with the Eibach Sportline and it looked sweet. It dropped it about 1.8... I plan on sticking with what I know is good for my 2k1 Civic... Rides nice too, corner's very well!!!!
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