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Koni Yellow shocks, pair with either Eibach or Tein springs

withIngalls rear camber kit, everything shipped will be ~$900
 

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Tein Street Basis
 

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Under $1000, I wouldnt bother going with the Street Basis, your better off with the Street Advance instead of that. Aggresively priced at just below 1000.

Theres a ton of options out there, just depends on what you're looking for. There's so much material listed on the forums which can aid you in making a decision. I've gone through 4 different setups thus far in the past year, lol...and I think I'm finally happy haha.
 

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coilovers or springs matched with shocks.

springs alone are ok but not great.

plus it depends what you want it for.
 

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Where do I get the best lowering springs or coilovers under $1k?
I just had Tein Street Basis installed on my car last weekend and i love the setup. If you go to my profile you can see the pictures I loaded of it fully dropped on the coilovers all around. The coilovers only cost me about $800 on Amazon
 

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Yeah I would definitely like some advice on this as well. I just bought my 2013 TSX and I just want to get rid of the gap. I don't need nothing crazy just a simple 2" drop possibly but I do want to raise it once the winter comes again so thats why I was thinking coilovers.
 

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just go on google images and search pictures of your car with different lowering springs. find what you like.

Eibach
Tein
H&R
Neuspeed

... all are reputable brands that have quality springs that are great for DD'n. Pair any of those with Koni Yellow struts for an unbeatable spring/shock combo that will last the lifetime of the car.
 

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Go with coilovers if you have a snowy winter. If you don't wanna pay that much for coilovers get a set of Koni struts and find some coil sleeves. Cheaper and they do the same thing basically.
 

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Depends what you use it for. I prefer the spring/shock combo. Konis/Sportlines for aggressive/track driving for me or Konis/Pro Kit for daily driving.
 
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