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I’m looking for the simplest way to put some low on a ‘87 wagovan. It does have the rtAWD if that matters.
 

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If you want the simplest way, cut your springs.

Now, if you actually want to do it properly (coilovers or lowering springs), that's a different story.

There are a few manufacturers that'll work, just look it up
 

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If you want the simplest way, cut your springs.

Now, if you actually want to do it properly (coilovers or lowering springs), that's a different story.

There are a few manufacturers that'll work, just look it up
I just meant recommendations on coilovers. I’ve read a few threads that say to use struts for different cars on the front and rear for like 1.5” lower. I’ve been in a car with cut springs and I’ll never go through that again.
 

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Please do not cut your springs.

I have BC Racing coilies on the AWD Integra. The drive system doesn' t make any difference, so any reputable supplier should work on your wagon.
 
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