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Aftermarket Suspension parts for sale, all prices are OBO. All parts are for the P11, but may fit on a P10

New eBay Honda Civic coilover kit, $40 shipped
I opened one of the springs to test it out on the above Bilsteins.



Fit's on the any 50mm shock with c clip



Tein S-Tech's - $125 Shipped
Spring Rates: 180 F / 250 R
Drop amount: -1.77 F/ -0.83 R


Eibach Pro-Kit - $120 Shipped
Spring Rates: Eibach doesn't disclose, stiffer then Tein's
Drop amount: -1.2 F/ -1.2 R


B&G Sports - $130 shipped - SOLD
Spring Rates: B&G Doesn't Disclose, softer then Tein's
Drop amount: -1.5 F/ -1.5 R


Addco Maxima Rear Swabyar - $100 picked up


Bilstein Shocks ~10k miles - $300 shipped SOLD
Rears will come with bump stops


One issue is with one of the rear shocks, the thread has a hairline crack


DM Sentra Flat top mounts - $65 shipped SOLD


SuperPro SPF3447K Caster LCA bushings - $70 shipped SOLD these are hard to find in USA! They fit perfectly into stock P11 lower control arm rearward bushing, they are much stiffer then stock and even ES bushings which helps reduce wheel hop/tq steer, but doesn't hurt the ride comfort!


Installed pictures:



Suspension for your hood! Ebay Hood struts - $35 shipped SOLD. Good condition, easy to install comes with all of the hardware needed to install.



 

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Very interested in the bilsteins and if the superpro are still available. Just was curious on if the bilteins still have alot of life in them and what was the past use. Please pm me a contact number, I am re-spect on the dash
 

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Very interested in the bilsteins and if the superpro are still available. Just was curious on if the bilteins still have alot of life in them and what was the past use. Please pm me a contact number, I am re-spect on the dash
I'd buy them, they are a good price, and Bilstein's are easily serviceable/repairable at most off-road shops for cheap, just FYI.
 

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Ill take the hood strut kit.
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Very interested in the bilsteins and if the superpro are still available. Just was curious on if the bilteins still have alot of life in them and what was the past use. Please pm me a contact number, I am re-spect on the dash
Superpro's are sold, sorry. As for Bilstein's, I think I did one one or two autocross event on them, rest was daily driving. Most of the miles were done with the DMSentra's flat mounts so the travel was restored.

The nice thing about them is, they are a standard 50mm shock body, which means you can make them into adjustable coilovers fairly easily. For a while I used Koni sleeves with them:



I was getting ready to use Honda Civic eBay coilover kit (just the sleeves not the crappy springs), but decided I really want another car thus never bothered. The eBay kit is sitting in my garage too ha.

Please note the rear will come with bump stops, but fronts didn't have them.

Drop and rate amounts on those springs?
Let me pull out my spreadsheet and fill in the first post.
 

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I see.. newbie here..

anyway, sent a reply..
I did a quick estimate using USPS to New Zealand yesterday, and it's not cheap. Shocks alone are about 20lbs, coast was around $150, your better off buying brand new at this point honestly.

Also there is box size limitations, which the shocks will be pushing size wise, springs would have to be shipped individually, once again not cheap. Your best bet might be to find a vendor that has better shipping connections then us typical pawns.
 
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