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Ground Control or Skunk2 coilovers?

I decided I am going w/ coilovers, I am going to run my stock shocks and everything for now until I get money to get others.

Which are better Ground control coilovers or Skunk2?

I have a 2002 EX,

I am leaning towards ground control from what I hear.

Where can I get either of these the cheapest off the net?

Need to get soon so I can lower my car : )

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Ground Control!!....... Eibach springs man, can't go wrong, check out "market place" section, people are selling theres, also check the parts section, theres a site selling for $300
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I have Skunk2's and I'll admit, I was surprised with the quality, it's pretty smooth but I still need to get some new shocks.
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I have ground control and love them. I have never ridden in a car with Skunk2's so i cant tell you which is better. I can just tell you my opinion on ground control. My car still rides nice with them, they are easy to adjust and i havent had one problem sense i have had them.
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Ground Controls are better, they make specific springs for each car not just have one set for all civic's/integra's like skunk does, skunk is just another generic brand with a good name and better advertisement! GC are the best coil overs besides full!!!!
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go with the ground controls, they use eibach springs and they back up their product. besides, ground controls are more widely distributed, therefore they are easier to purchase and fix if there is any problems. and everyone says they work well with koni shocks.
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