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I think your choices are:

1. Koni Special shock with two perch positions for springs normal and a lower position of 25mm F and 15mm R ~ $500

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2. H&R springs 1.5 inch drop ~ $225

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3. Eibach springs 1 inch drop ~ $250

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4. Ground Control Coil Over adjustable springs ~ $350


Also you might need camber kit depending on how much you drop

These prices are around list but group buy could get them cheaper. I'm interested in Koni/H&R group buy!
 
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It has been said many times before on the forums.... I would type out some long explanation, but it would be much more worth your time to just type in, lower into the search thing and then for username put my name. This should show you one of the first questions that I asked when the boards were new. Someone explained it all to me then.

I ended up going with Eibach, Koni, Ingalls. Later.

BTW, if you are really going to do this email [email protected]
He is the guy that has been getting everyone their stuff on these forums, he has like a continual group buy going or something :p. He has great prices though and is a good guy.
 

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ground control and eibok

dude, i got ground control coil-overs and eibok springs w/ ingles camber kits on the front end. it is not as stiff as i want the ride to be but i am gonna get koni struts for that. i got the set up for about $500 and it allowsme to somewhat control the clearance.
from my experiance w/ them i strongly recommend then if u wanna get REAL low to the ground and still keep ur performance
 

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I just ordered the H&R springs and the koni's for my '95 sedan. I got the H&R springs from Autodynamic.com for $218+tax and I got the koni's from Shox.com for $504+tax, and they have a special for free shipping on all koni products. Autodynamic.com had the cheapest price for the H&R springs that I found anywhere.
 

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My personal choice are H&Rs since from research they provide a decent drop with a stiffer ride, but not too stiff as to feel every little thing you drive over. Koni reds are a given as you need to replace your stock shocks and Konis provide a small height adjustment and multiple ride positions. With the konis on the softest setting you can get almost stock ride feel.

Ingalls camber kit is necessary to get even tire wear. They offer a front and rear camber kit.
 
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