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Hey speedemon,

Thanks your the compliments on the car.

The Springs I am using are the Eibach 1.2" Drop springs. I am currently using the stock shocks, but plan to upgrade soon. The Eibach's are one of the stiffest spring you can find. They are made in Germany and shipped from there. What's good about these springs is that it is not a too big of a drop, meaning you don not have to get a camber kit. Just make sure you get them alighned after you are done. They are somewhat easy to put on if you have a couple a friends around and you know what you are doing. I did mine with 3 other buddies and it took about 2 hours.

Yes the rims are 17x7.5 Enkei CDR9's with Nitto 205/40's. I have had no rubbing from them and have been riding on them for about 8 months.

I hope this information helps when you goto choose your springs and wheels.<img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle><img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

-chris

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you could probably say that the Eibach's are a little lower than 1.2", they probably get more compressed as they settle.

H&R are ok, but they aren't as stiff as the Eibachs. Also I knew I would be getting a kit on, and I didn't want it to sit to low, so I don't mess the kit up. Apex springs are not a good choice. They are very bouncy and will be an uncomfortable ride.<img src=icon_smile_tongue.gif border=0 align=middle><img src=icon_smile_tongue.gif border=0 align=middle>

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