2012 Civic Si Eibach Sport Springs Installed With Pics

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  1. Arm0ged0n

    Arm0ged0n Well-Known Member

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    2012 Civic Eibach Sports-Plus Springs & Antil Roll Kit Sway Bars (Front: 2 inches drop and Back: 1 and 3/4 drop )

    You can barely see this, but this is the Front Sway Bar:

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    Front Sway Bar:

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    ****Update 7-6-2012*****
    It has been more than a month now that I've been driving with The Eibach Sportline Spring and Anti Roll kit. In my opinion, the handling is better; I was pretty surprised of how smooth my ride is now, very similar to stock not harsh or bumpy at all; however it all depends on the road condition though. There is no added noise at cruising or fast speed. The overall drop is 1.8 inches for the front and back (This was confirmed with Eibach). I also have the rear upper camber kit.

    The Sway bars is a plus, I have a 24mm Adjustable Front Sway Bar and a 19mm Adjustable Rear Sway Bar. I can totally feel the difference especially on sharp turns, my car just hugs the road nicely with no problem, no shaking at all, just a firm handling.

    Overall,I am pleased with the ride smoothness with the lowered look, and it has me enjoying walking out to my car and looking at it from afar.
     
  2. hey_mikey

    hey_mikey Well-Known Member

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    Where'd you buy the kit?
     
  3. webby
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    he was the test person for the springs...

    did they give you any eta for their release?
     
  4. Michael Hogains

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    nice yeah when will these be available. is the sway bar part of the kit with them or seperate?
     
  5. JAYBLS

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    Looks pretty damn sharp. Bet it handles even better.

    Also, that first picture is the front sway bar, not the rear.
     
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  6. hotshot

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    How does it ride compared to stock?
     
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    looks like the front subframe has to be dropped to install the sway. or can you thread it through without unbolting the subframe?
     
  9. bigbossin

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    wow thats really hard looking loving the powder coated wheels to!
     
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  10. Arm0ged0n

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    Thank you for pointing that out, Webby can you make this correction please?
     
  11. Arm0ged0n

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    The handling is better, I was pretty surprised of how smooth my ride is now; of course you will feel the occasional little bumps depending on the road condition. The Sway bars is a plus, especially on sharp turns, my car jut hugs the road nicely with no problem.
     
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  12. Arm0ged0n

    Arm0ged0n Well-Known Member

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    I believe you can get The sway bars as a package along with the Springs. According to Eibach, production will start next month in June, and might be available by July or so.
     
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  13. hey_mikey

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    yeah the sport-plus kit was always the sportlines + sways if i remember right
     
  14. Arm0ged0n

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    That is correct :)
     
  15. mikey6p

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    Perfect drop :thumb:
     
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  16. JAYBLS

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    Where's a company in Jacksonville that needs a test car?! All you people getting free **** are making me super jealous!
     
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  17. hotshot

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    Perks of being the only diligent SI owner that lives close to Eibach I guess. Lol
     
  18. Arm0ged0n

    Arm0ged0n Well-Known Member

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    LOL, where are you from Hotshot?
     
  19. hotshot

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    Atlanta. No reputable suspension makers out here that I know of. **** I don't think anyone makes anything for Hondas out here. Competition Clutch is out here though
     
  20. spicy

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    wow. looks great. did you need to drop the sub frame to get the sway bar in?
     

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