To retain proper spring rate and handling, one should keep the springs within chassis year ranges (i.e. 88-91, 92-95, 96-00, 01-05, etc.). Any Civic model within those year ranges should share springs with other submodels within the same year ranges.
install 88-91 springs in any 1992-00 civic and you will retain factory ride quality with about 2.5" of lowering. Your camber adjustment will be out just like lowering springs though.
it depends on what kind of civic you have (coupe, hatchback, or sedan). you would have to modify the lengths of the pipes to get it to fit right though. I'm about to take the exhaust off my old 99 sedan and put it on my 94 coupe and just measuring it I saw a major difference in the length of the pipes.
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