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Edit: Free shipping now

Up for sale is a set of Eibach Prokit springs and Koni yellow shocks, assembled and ready to go. I bought this setup and had it put together by one of the best suspension shops here in Austin. The set up was never abused and was put together with care.

What I am selling are the springs, shocks, and pillow mounts, all assembled and ready to go. If you were to order the HFP kit, you'd get the exact same thing. There is no need to worry about compressing springs and dealing with that mess--it has already been done professionally. This is a simple DIY that can be done in your own garage (granted you have basic tools).

The front shocks are set at the lower perch while the rears are at the middle perch. This really drops the car evenly and leaves about a 1.5-1.8 finger gap. The ride quality is nice and smooth. On rough roads it will feel a bit rough, but the difference from the factory suspension (and even HFP suspension) is not all that much, especially on nice roads. The included adjuster knobs let you adjust the stiffness (and it really DOES make a difference).

Here's what you get:

Front assemblies (1 shown):


Rear assemblies (1 shown):


Both together and boxed up:


All together in the box:


Everything ready to ship asap:


I'll also throw in some 20 mm Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings for those of you who've upgraded to the TL rear sway. I took them out of the box and greased them, but never put them on the car. I'll clean them up before shipping:


I'll also throw in an HFP sticker. It's not the real emblem, but it's a cool sticker regardless. Plus you can't beat free :)


Finally the look of the drop with it on the car:


The price for this all is $600 shipped (and 3% for paypal). I'll take personal checks and money orders, too, but won't ship until those clear. Shipping is approximately $40 via UPS, but I have it covered.

For feedback, please reference my trader feedback here and on ebay
 

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dubolrr said:
would u part it out?
I don't have the tools at home to part it out. The shocks themselves are about 600 new. You can buy these, take off the springs, and then sell them for a profit, though :D
 

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I decided to go with a bit more conservative drop. Also I didn't want to get hassled too much by the dealers while I still have my Honda Care warranty. They didn't really give me any trouble for it before, but Austin dealers are uptight.

Now that I've experienced the HFP suspension, stock suspension, and the one for sale, I can honestly say that it is a great setup. For the amount it dropped the car it rode great.
 

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I dunno man, just make me an offer including shipping and I'll let you know. I'm not look for very much for them.
 
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eps sniper said:
I dunno man, just make me an offer including shipping and I'll let you know. I'm not look for very much for them.
how much did you buy them for?
 

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Sounds good to me. I'll go ahead and PM you my Paypal info we can hopefully get the ball rolling.
 
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did you give the bushings w/ the shocks/struts? i'm guessing you did... if so then :( where did you get the bushings from?
 
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