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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-16-2018, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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Suspension Recommendations

Currently I have RaceLands (more like Ricelands) on my 95 Integra LS. I did not put them on when I got the car so don’t roast me. I just need some recommendations on getting a new suspension system. My price range is $600 - $1000. I use my car for Daily driving so make sure it isn’t something that I would only use in tracks.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-17-2018, 04:42 AM
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Look into Coilovers.

I'm running Eibach Sportline spring with Tokico Illumina struts since early of 2000 till now and the only thing I replace was the front struts. I'm planing to swap them out with a full set of JDM full coilovers (Tein, Spoon, Toda or Mugen).

Allot of teg owners in the past was running Ground Control with Koni struts.

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Personally I can only vouch for my Progress coilovers, which have been excellent the past few years that I have had them. I would highly recommend them since they are one of if not the best "budget" full coilover setups. If you order directly from Progress' site you can get them for $550+shipping with Honda-Tech coupon code HT.CS2DEAL. You get to choose your own spring rate(lower will be most comfortable), so you can have something for the street, track, or in between.

Ground Controls and Koni Yellows are also a very good setup, albeit a bit more pricey. A good spring(Eibach, Tein, H&R, Tanabe, Neuspeed etc..) and performance strut is a great choice as well for street driving.
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 06:43 AM
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I have had 3 different sets of springs on my 99 ls ebay sleeves when I bought it, bouncy junk, used blox struts with skunk2 race series too low too stiff, h&r sport series no wheel gap not too stiff no bounce even with the used blox, my advice would be h&r sport springs, kyb agx struts, all with a set of ebay extended top hats, that should be a very streetable lowered ride! Check the ebay brand called dpt for top hats should be a set of 4 with bump stops, top hat bushings, and rubber where the spring sits for $57.88 just a few bucks more than buying a set of bump stops.
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I've had a GC sleeve/Koni Yellow back in the early 2000s that were great.
Right now I have Fortune Auto 500s on my GSR. Really like them.
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