i have the DZ springs and I am satisfied with them for the $ I paid. They aren't as stiff as eibachs and sit a little lower. Actually i am thinking about cutting off 1 dead coil in the rear springs because now that I have my heavy speaker box out it sits higher than I would like....we'll see.
I would say get em, but stay away from the coilovers. I didn't even know they made a camber kit for our car from DZ. I just used a camber bolt/wedge combo. I only had to do it on 1 strut. The other was still within factory range.
i saw you also have 17" rims. well, i noticed that the tokicos made a bigger difference in handling then the springs. some may argue with me on this, but i think the shocks really make the bigger difference in handling. besides, anytime you lower your center of gravity, your car increases its abilily in lateral g force.
if you more concerned about curves go with the eibach. They have high spring rates IRC...Honestly I would be willing to bet that Eibach has put much more R&D into their products than DZ. They are based outta Miami, FL (Parent company is Dynamic Auto Design) and I have run 2 bulk buys through them...just from speaking to them about their products I would say they know what they are doing, but just don't invest as much into development as others.
Either way I am very happy with mine. My car handles very well...minus the soft steering feel from the busted leaking rack that I am never going to replace...
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