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Espelir Lowering Springs vs. What's known

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UpGarage now ships globally, and it looks like there's a ringer for the Tanabe DF210 available. Lowering is nearly equivalent at 1.6/1.3, but the spring rates are marginally stiffer at 7.0/3.2. Espelir seems to be known well enough in Japan, but at 300 CAD, is around the same price. However, I've seen concerns about the Tanabe's softness, and H&R is a good bridge between lowering and stiffness. These seem to fit the bill in trying to be a Coilovers are not really an option for me as the exchange rate murdered the value, and Megan no longer offers UCF10 EZ-Streets. I myself am intending to replace the dead OEM shocks with KYB's, and if it influences anything, I'm intending to run 19's.

I know this topic has been beaten to death before, but I think I'm going springs over coils due to the issues I've had with seizing with past coils in the winter. To get completely up to date information from people running springs would be greatly appreciated. I've done some searching, but a lot of the information is over a year old at this point, and preferences do change.
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