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Whiteline Lowering Springs | 16-22+ Civic, 23+ Integra

Whiteline Lowering Springs | 16-22+ Civic, 23+ Integra

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Fits:

  • 2016 - 2021 Honda Civic 2.0L
  • 2016 - 2021 Honda Civic 1.5T
  • 2017 - 2020 Honda Civic Si
  • 2017 - 2021 Honda Civic Type R FK8
  • 2022+ Honda Civic
  • 2022+ Honda Civic Si
  • 2023+ Honda Civic Type R FL5
  • 2023+ Acura Integra A-Spec
  • 2023+ Acura Integra Type S DE5

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Whiteline Lowering Springs are a personal favorite, being great for both spirited street use, and great on track as well. You can expect a modest 20mm or 0.8" drop Front and Rear, to not only give you the aggressive planted look, but also no compromise on wheel & tire clearance, and drastically improved handling characteristics over factory springs.

Whiteline Springs are engineered for optimal balance - Spring weights are 4.5kg/mm (253lb/in) Front, and 5.1kg/mm (286lb/in) Rear.

Whiteline Springs are compatible for all 2016+ Honda Civic models, including Si and Type R. There will be no suspension error codes, as tested on our Blue Si.

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Carl

So happy with the results

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Prenz
Subtle Drop but gets rid of the wheel gap

Had these springs for almost 2 years now and have to say I’m happy. Was worried it wouldn’t make any difference but it got rid of the wheel gap. Did not want to lower the car too much as I park underground with a steep ramp and didn’t want to put too much stress on OEM suspension. Rides perfectly and close to stock and that I’ll take!

5 out of 5!

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Prenz
Subtle Drop but gets rid of the wheel gap

Had these springs for almost 2 years now and have to say I’m happy. Was worried it wouldn’t make any difference but it got rid of the wheel gap. Did not want to lower the car too much as I park underground with a steep ramp and didn’t want to put too much stress on OEM suspension. Rides perfectly and close to stock and that I’ll take!

5 out of 5!

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Wil
Good stance, great feel. I trust Whiteline but odd that there's a gap in the fronts

I'm still not sure about these springs, though I love how my car looks with them, and they certainly feel great. My only problem here is that when you install the front springs, there is a gap between the spring seat and the strut mount that's taken up when you put the car back on the ground. Now, even in hard track driving situations, you are extremely unlikely to unload the suspension enough, and for long enough, for this gap to open up while driving, but high quality coilovers that have this issue at full suspension droop usually add a helper spring to deal with it. Let's be honest, unless you're jumping the car it's unlikely to ever cause a problem (and you won't be jumping a car on lowering springs I hope), but I think about stuff like having the wheels off with the car jacked up, what if the springs droop and rotate out of the spring seat? Because of the design of the Honda seats, I don't think that's likely to happen, but you best believe any time my car is in the air, I'll be checking.
The rear springs do not have this issue, as they are not Macpherson struts. Also, the rear springs take quite literally 10 minutes to install, 2 bolts per side, the 10th gen Civic has the easiest to work on rear suspension I've ever had the pleasure of messing with.
As for how it feels, the ride quality is the same, it is no bumpier or rougher, it just feels more planted. If anything, it improves the ride as well as giving more grip. Get a 22mm rear sway bar as well and you'll love it.

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Reasad Farsad
Amazing Product! Amazing Price

I bought the Whiteline Lowering Springs from Unity Performance about a week ago, had them put it as soon as I received it and "Holy Smokes" is all I can say, I have tried other springs like D2 and Eibach on my previous Civic (also 10th gen). These springs don't give you the biggest drop but takes that ugly wheel gap away. Take my word for it, the Whiteline makes no difference at all on the ride maybe even a lot more smoother in normal mode and in sport the car feels so much better, it handles amazing, very minimal body roll, and way more grip in sharp corners with amazing traction. If you are not ready to commit to some coilovers, I would highly highly recommend the Whiteline Springs, perfect for daily drive ability and great enough to be used for spirited driving. Drove through many bumps, potholes, rain puddle, and never upsetted the car. I know it might sound like I am almost paid to say this but I can guarantee I am not paid by whiteline or unitiy performance, this is my personal experience I decided to share! If u want to see how it sits look up @905_fc1 on instagram or just view the pictures on the product page as that's my car used as an example. #whiteline #gripactivated

Thank You Reasad! Same situation here, I've tried various spring and coilover setups, and some were good but my goals for my 2017 Si build also changed, and Whiteline is the brand that fit the bill so upon testing their other products, I decided that this is the brand that I want to offer on my store as a complete catalog of suspension parts for the 10th Gen Civic! Really appreciate your thorough review!!- Humza