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Closest to stock as possible...

minimum - 1.0" drop
maximum - 1.4" drop

Also, regarding camber kits, can they be installed at the same time the springs are installed or would it be better for the springs to settle first?
 

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Doesn't matter when camber kit is installed, but it's better to do at the same time so you can just have it aligned once.

Prokit drop 1" ish.
 

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jocasti said:
prokit, but take that with a grain of salt. i havent ridden in another dropped civic except for mine
In your opinion, how is the ride comfort? stiff and bumpy or closer to stock?

On a scale of 1 - 10, how does it compare to a stock feel 10 being 100% stock...

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I would say about an 8.5. The ride hasnt changed too much at all. The only way I notice my drop is when Im outside my car looking at the lack of tire gap :D
 

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jocasti said:
I would say about an 8.5. The ride hasnt changed too much at all. The only way I notice my drop is when Im outside my car looking at the lack of tire gap :D
8.5 is pretty high as to compared to stock...

Now I keep changing my mind between HFP and Pro-Kit...

Can you clarify the drop in front and rear?

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the front looks a little bit lower, but that would be b/c of uneven wieght distrubution (engine wieght, ect). It still looks pretty even though. If you want a nice drop w/o spending a load of money get the eibachs. If you have money to burn and want to keep your warranty alive, get the HFP. Either way, you cant go wrong
 
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