How can I make suspension and power mods on an ‘02 Civic compliment one another?

Asked by Jun 08, 2018 at 09:33 PM about the 2002 Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

I’m currently saving up for an upgrade from my ‘01
Mitsubishi Diamante. Yes yes, I know I should just save up
for a sports car or something that I can really build off of.
But the 7th gen civics have always caught my eye, and I
don’t plan on getting anything fancy. I’m about to be a
senior and I’ll be headed off to college soon and I want a
civic cause it’s a great economy car, I can find em for
cheap, and I’m just starting to throw my hand into mods.

What I wanna know is, how can I build off my currently
planned mods, what can I add, and how can I add a little
power and suspension that will compliment one another?

Here’s what I have so far:
- Polyeurethane bushings all around
- Koni Orange STR.T Shocks and Struts (front and rear)
- TEIN S. TECH Lowering Springs
- Rear anti-roll bar from an NSX Type-S (If I can find one,
lol)

I’m looking for everything from tires, wheels, and brakes
all the way to CAI’s, different engine bay parts. Literally
anything will help me currently. Like I said, I’m just getting
into the world of modification haha.

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