Skunk2 12 Honda Civic Lowering Springs (2.25 - 2.00in) (Set of 4)

Skunk2 Racing
SKK519-05-1585
7 Units In Stock - Ships Next Business Day
Lowering Springs
$ 209.99 $ 199.99
$ 199.99

Corner faster, stop quicker, and improve the look of your vehicle with Skunk2s legendary lowering springs. Skunk2 lowering springs for the 12-15 Civic are designed to dramatically improve handling performance and driver feel through significantly increased cornering grip and reduced body roll. Skunk2 lowering springs also help counteract squatting under acceleration as well as nose-diving while braking. All Skunk2 lowering springs are CNC-wound using the highest quality SAE 9254V spring steel, shot-peen stress relieved, and corrosion-protected thanks to powder coating and specialized phosphate treating processes. The results are a lower center of gravity and race car-like handling, yet smooth, comfortable ride characteristics—the perfect balance between performance and comfort. Skunk2 Lowering Springs are compatible with OEM or aftermarket shock absorbers and look great on vehicles with stock or aftermarket wheels. When applicable, Skunk2 lowering springs should be paired with Skunk2 sport shocks and other suspension components.

This Part Fits:

Year Make Model Submodel
2012-2015 Honda Civic Si

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