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If you're not going to any track day, canyon driving, sport driving etc. I think you should just get the springs. Also if you drive long distance I would imagine that you want a pretty comfortable ride. With coil-overs the shorter shock body and stiffer spring the ride will be stiffer that even if you have the setting to the lowest.
And if you are going with just the spring drop, you will need an alignment. anything more then 1 inch drop you will need an camber kit.
I have been running KYB AGX and pro-kit on my eclipse for years. The owner before me had cut springs... Talk about old school.
1990 Toyota Corolla 1.6 (4AFE)--> 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX 2.0T (4G63T)--> 2000 Toyota Camry 2.2(5SFE)--> 1995 Nissan Altima 2.4 (KA24DE)--> 2012 Honda Accord EX 2.4 (K24Z3)
Aston Martin DBS, Maserati GT, Caterham 7 (aka Louts Super 7)
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