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    Im looking to replace all 4 shocks and springs on my 52 reg clubsport 60k miles, I would like it to be a little bit lower, aprox 20mm and a bit stiffer but I dont want it to make my teeth fall out the car has to be no less useable than it is now.
    thinking about spending £500 ish and i dont want coilovers.
    any ideas would be good
     
     

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    i used h+r cup kit on my 330 sport it was a big improvement over standard both in terms of ride and handling, it drops about 15 mm over mtec or 35 mm over standard if you buy the -35 kit. i would also recommend the h+r anti roll bars as these cars roll far too much in standard form
     
     

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    Thanks for that ill have a look into them, has anyone else got any other options for me to look at?
     
     

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    i guess another quality option is eibach springs and bilstein sports shocks but that will be over your 500 budget. H+R will come in well under and leave dosh for bushes etc which will need doing at the same time.
     
     

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    ill also have a look into them, 500 is just a guide price, not a limit, has anyone got any ideas what the ride is like with the eibach springs and bilstein sports shocks?
     
     

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    TBH you wont get better than Bilstien B6 shocks and eibach springs. Firm, but has some give in it. They sell them as a Bilstien B12 kit now. Its not cheap but the quality is awsome....
    Ive tried loads of different suspension combo's on my evo and the best has been the above....
     
     

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