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The GC "coilover" kit uses eibach springs, but it's not a true coilover system; It's a sleeve that fits over the shock and you move the lower lock ring up and down compresses the spring, versus a regular coilover system that moves up and down based on the lower mount of the shock.
Megan and BC coils are manufactured by the same company so your source is wrong, and also their quality has improved, a lot of 9th and 8th generation accords run them or a number of other coilover brands, please don't make assumptions without proper research.
Stock Front Spring Rate: 183lbs/in
Eibach Spring Rate: 188-303lbs/in progressive spring
Megan Coilovers: 447lbs/in linear spring
Otherwise Truhart has sport shocks available for the 9th gen.
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