H&R springs and Bilstein sport shocks seem to be the best choice for street applications. I heard Koni shocks are sitffer than Bilsteins so maybe use those if ur in for the track. I went with H&R race springs and bilstein sport shocks- very impressive. the race springs will drop your car a considerable amount causing some negative camber on the rear tires, but i dont know about the sport springs. i had alot of negative camber n i corrected it with a pair of turner motorsport rear camber arms.
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Kenwood KDC-MP822 h/u, H&R race springs, Bilstein sport shocks, Rondell 17x8 wheels, Toyo proxes 225/45, TMS camber arms, rolled rear fenders, smoked corners, smoked sidemarkers, smoked taillights, Cosmo cold air intake, ///M pedals, clutch stop, parking light delete, license plate delete, black roundel overlays, tint