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I have them along with Tokico Illumina shocks. To the people who say the ride is rough or it doesn't handle dips well, that isn't the spring's fault, it's your shocks. With the Illuminas on the 2nd softest setting my car handles very nicely on the street and is very comfortable, just a little firmer than stock.
 

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I agree with jasonyates, I have the eibach with Tokico Illumina's.. and wow, what difference vs the stock struts. I have mine set at 3. The car is stiff, but very drivable. Handling is amazing.
 

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JohnL or Jasonyates, I am strongly considering that setup, so just how firm is it? Like, will my girlfriend complain about spinal pain from hitting rocks or is that ludicrous? I just don't wanna be one of those kids i see rolling around and everyone on the road sees every bump they hit as the whole car bounces with it. Don't need that and am not going to spend that much money to subject myself to it. As long as its not much different from stock but my handling improves, I'll be happy. Thanks
 

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slow79ford: Since they are adjustable you can keep them soft when the girlfriend is in the car or dial them up when you want to do some spirited driving. I am liking them a lot.

turbotomahawk: I noticed you said you want them mostly for the lowering. I think they give the best looking stance without being super low. That's more of an opinion thing though.
 

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jasonyates said:
slow79ford: Since they are adjustable you can keep them soft when the girlfriend is in the car or dial them up when you want to do some spirited driving. I am liking them a lot.
How involved is the adjustment process? Is this something that can be done quickly, say like if I wanted to test out all the settings and drive around the block five times, how long does it take to adjust?
 
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