Tein H-Tech Lowering Springs

Tein H-Tech Lowering Springs
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    TEIN High.Tech springs utilize the latest spring and material technology to optimize comfort, performance, and quality. Designed and tested in North America to be used in conjunction with OEM or similar shocks for excellent ride comfort and slightly increased handling. The line is produced with Vanadium (SAE9254V), which is durable, lightweight, and has properties to retain more spring stroke.

    High.Tech springs are designed for those seeking a slightly lowered stance while maintaining high ride quality at a reasonable price. Most vehicles will attain a 1.2 inch drop for a more attractive appearance, added performance, and excellent comfort. Includes a one year limited warranty.


    • Part Number: SKA28-BUB00
    • Manufacturer: Tein

    Vehicle Fitment

    Acura RSX
    2002 Acura RSX Type-S
    2003 Acura RSX Type-S
    2004 Acura RSX Type-S
    2002 Acura RSX Manual
    2003 Acura RSX Manual
    2004 Acura RSX Manual
    2002 Acura RSX Automatic
    2003 Acura RSX Automatic
    2004 Acura RSX Automatic

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    1/24/2012 by Kyle

    Good stuff

    I got these springs because I needed new strut mounts and I figured while I was down there I would lower it a little bit. These springs are perfect. Just enough lowering without being too low and scraping everything. It cleans up those huge gaps between the tire and bottom of the fender really nicely. Also ride quality is still very similar to factory, maybe a little more rough over big bumps but you cant really tell a differance besides much better looks over all.