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Hey guys I need some advice if possible.
I need some springs for a 95 civic ex I just bought(previous owner tried torch one of the springs to lower it)and I happen to have a buddy that will sell me some 3rd gen(94-01) integra ls springs he has laying around for cheap.
I will be using the civic shocks and hardware if that matters.

My question is will these make the car sit any higher than stock ride height?
I don't want my car looking 4x4 status and if that would be the case I'd rather hold off on them. I don't care about it being at stock height but I don't want it lifting past what stock height would be.
Has anyone around here done this before? What did it look like if so.

Anyway I really appreciate any insight you guys may have to offer, thanks in advance.
 

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BATSLOMAN GIVES NO FUCKS.
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they should be the same
 

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They should be really similar is what he means...

They do have different part numbers.
 

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The lightest Integra is approximately 200 pounds heavier than a civic ex. So my guess would be it will sit a little higher than stock.
 

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Sorry I haven't had a chance to reply I've been keeping busy with work and haven't had time for myself.

Thank you for your help everyone.

Those who said it would sit higher were correct.
It sat noticeably higher in the rear end when I did those springs.

I ended up taking off the teggy springs and going to pick n pull to get a stock civic spring.

Thanks for the replies!
 
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