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any autoxers using Eibach Pro-Kit springs?
If so, what's your opinion in track and street use?
All the info I can find is from the "I wanna dump my ride" and "what will my drop look like" type threads that focus on aesthetics.
I'm considering using Koni Yellows with this spring. I no longer campaign, but am a regular at track days, so staying within a class is not a concern.
Any other spring/damper recommendations from autoxers would be appreciated.

08 Si coupe w/ stock suspension
17x7.5 Konig Daylites w/ Pirelli PZero Nero 215/45/17
16x8 Enkei RPF1 w/ Kumho V710 225/50/16
17x7.5 Stock
-1deg front & rear -(needs some tweaking, I know)
Neuspeed SS
Corsport shifter bushing
 

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I've used prokits on my SI for autocross. Beat my buddy who also drives an SI by a second but i cant say that it was due to the springs or not. The car did feel like it rotated better with the prokits. He's a decent driver too, so there is a possibility the springs helped.
 

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IMO swift springs would be the better option, but prokit springs are very well made. you're gonna be bumped up to STX using springs, so you might want to look into a rear sway, and dampers assuming you want to be competitive.
 
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