OH MAN...What a difference of opinion but yooos are all right depending on the vantage point.
I checked into Eibach and you are right but they are lowered suspension therefore ideally both fronts should be done and not just one and they are for sports shocks in a car.
I checked Europarts and their Spring discount of 35% and Sachs springs are about £80 each.
I checked Cox motor parts and they are doing genuine Honda coils for £73 each with the Civinfo discount.
I don't think i'll go with Eibach as i would need stiffer suspensions to match since these suspension springs lower the car slightly. But you are right that they are cheaper if all four bought but then all four springs need changing.
I've had two new bumpstops on front wheels and two new anti roll bars on front of car in past 14months. For that reason i decided to go for two front Genuine Honda Coil springs from Cox motor parts which cost me £147.
Honda dealership charge about £165 for part only and their labour rate is £98 + VAT per hour and this job is 2.5 hours for both fronts to replace.
I checked with a local garage and they offered £140 + VAT to do both if i supplied the parts.
This is expensive for a guy who doesn't know much about fixing cars
What bothers me is that how come Eurocarparts offer Anschler coils at £44 each; Half the price compared to Cox?
Are these products not made to a high standard?
how can one tell that OEM from Honda is 'better' in quality than lets say Sachs or Anschler?
That's confused me more than the above thread lol You're right about the insurance side if vehicle is modified. It's a diesel so it's not gona go that fast around country corners..
I also realise that Goodyear Eagle F1 A3 tyres are the manufacturers recommendation so i may buy two via tyre shopper as they coming at £80 each including fitting.