For Honda Civic CRX Integra 1988-1991 Height And Damper Adjustable Coilover Suspension Kit

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MXR-B3 series(also called MXR-SLC) based on MXR-B2 series(also called MXR-SNA) coilovers, which is also height adjustable but adds damping adjustment ability by a knob the top of the shaft. They are also made for street use, but the 24 level rebound damping control allows you the ability to perfectly dial in your coilover setup. You will experience better ride quality in all road conditions.


Compatible For Honda Civic 1988-1991 EC ED EE EF Rear fork type bracket model only (EC8\EC9\ED2\ED3\ED4\ED5\ED6\ED7\EE1\EE2\EE3\EE4\EE5\EE9\EF1\EF2\EF3\EF4\EF5\EF9)
Compatible For Honda CR-X 1988-1991 ED EE EF Rear fork type bracket model only
Compatible For Honda Civic 1992-1995 EG EH EJ Rear fork type bracket model only (EG3\EG4\EG5\EG6\EG7\EG8\EG9\EH1\EH2\EH3\EH4\EH5\EH8\EH9\EJ1\EJ2\EJ3)
Compatible For Honda CR-X del Sol 1992-1995 EG (EG1) Rear fork type bracket model only
Compatible For Honda Civic 1996-2000 EJ EK EM Rear fork type bracket model only (EJ5\EJ6\EJ7\EJ8\EJ9\EK1\EK2\EK3\EK4\EK5\EK8\EK9\EM1)
Compatible For Acura Integra 1990 -1993 DA DB Rear fork type bracket model only
Compatible For Acura Integra 1994-2001 DC2 DC4 Rear fork type bracket model only
Note: for some vehicles, you will need sleeves and washers that are already included in our package.

Notice: The coilovers kit will "Lower your car" and does not keep to the original ride height.


Front and Rear top mount: rubber
Damping: 24 levels rebound damping adjustable
Spring rate Front: 8 kg/mm (448 lbs/in)
Spring rate Rear: 5 kg/mm (280 lbs/in)
Spring length Front: 180mm
Spring length Rear: 180mm
Adjustable height: lowering 1-3inch
Coilover overall length Front: 365mm-410mm
Coilover overall length Rear: 435mm-480m
Shock type: Twin tube
Spring Preload: 7-10 mm
Color: gray body with black spring

Package included

Complete coilovers assembly 2 front and 2 rear
A pair wrench for height adjustment


Package dimension : 71*51*21
Weight: 22260g


1. Lowered height adjustment from 1" - 3" which allow lower center of gravity and also add a more aggressive stance
2. A 24 rebound damping adjustment level allows you the ability to perfectly dial in your coilover setup. You will experience better ride quality in all road conditions.
3. Rubber top mounts help to deliver a smooth and forgiving ride for city use at any speed and rubber joints assist in absorbing hard impacts.
4. Twin-Tube structure allows sufficient stroke within the shock absorber.
5. Complete Suspension Kit of 4 Shock Absorbers & 4 Springs for an easy installation.
6. Separate height adjustment does not affect damper stroke.
7. Height can be adjusted with coilovers installed on the vehicle.
8. High Tensile performance spring - STRESS TESTED OVER 600,000 times while the spring distortion is less than 0.04%. Plus the special surface treatment improves the durability and performance.
9. Height Adjustment tools included.
10. Most pieces in our coilover systems, including mounts, collars and spring perches, are designed from 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum resulting in lightweight, durable and rust resistant components.
11. Steel shock bodies with special surface treatment to improve the durability.
12. Full rebuildable.


For some vehicles, you will need sleeves and
washers that already included in our package.

Warranty: one year warranty for any manufacturing defect

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How To Install MaXpeedingRods Coilovers On A 1990 Honda Civic

Editor’s Note: One of our friends James Moore, the owner of the Youtube channel has built his 1990 Honda Civic with MaXpeedingRods Adjustable Coilover. He also explained how to install the coilover step by step. The methods used in this video are the same for Honda Civic from the year 1988 to 2000. Check the video.

Below are the most important steps excerpted from the video.

Install the front coilover

Step 1:  Break the lug nuts loose(it will be easier to remove the wheel later) and jack the car up in the air.
Step 2: Secure Jack A Stand.

Step 3: Now remove the wheel.

Step 4: Remove the two 10mm bolts and two 12mm bolts securing the brake line.
Step 5: Take off the 17mm upper control arm nut.
Step 6: Remove lower 17mm nut and bolt and upper 14mm nuts on the strut.
Step 7: Move all the brake lines out of the way and remove the strut. Don’t forget that the arrow shape should point towards the front of the car. It always goes in the front on both sides.

Step 8: After getting the front shock off, you need to adjust to the height you want using the spanner provided. Pay attention to how does the new coilover matches the old one.

Step 9: Now remove the fork from the old strut and install it on to the new coilover.
Step 10: Install strut back into the car the same way you removed it. Make sure all bolts and nuts are tightened. You can adjust the damper to make it as stiff or soft as you need.

Install the rear coilover

Step 11: Move to the rear of the vehicle and remove lower 14mm bolts. It might be a bit difficult to remove, so please be more patient and don’t break bolts off. Make sure to use plenty of penetrants and let it sit and soak.

Step 12:  Remove upper two 14mm nuts.

Step 13: Remove the old strut and install the new one the same way you removed the old one.

Step 14: Put it all back together and lower the car back on the ground.

Now as with all great projects, taking each part step by step and making sure to double-check your work are very crucial to proper ride comfort and safety.

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