Sorry about the long post, feel free to skip to the last paragraph. 02 MCS, Eibach Pro Street Coilovers installed by previous owner. He bragged about it being "as low as it can go without hitting the bump stops, only three threads showing". Currently the car has 205/45-17's on S-Lites and is tucking the tires slightly. The previous owner said he had Kosei K1 17x7.5's and that 215's was the "MAX" (his emphasis, not mine) width that could be run without rubbing. I am planning on replacing the wheels and tires but I'll create a pick-my-tire thread for that. :cornut: While I'm sure that his three threads refers to the ride-height adjustment, I don't know if this is the best setup for me. As low as it can go without hitting the stops should be good from the low center of gravity angle, but what about handling? I'm looking for fast-street daily-driver right now. Will definitely do MOTD and BRP next year, and possibly a CCA trackday between now and then. If I do an AutoX event, I likely won't be competitive regardless. It's my understanding that my Megan header and reduction pulley will put me squarely in SM. :eek6: Everytime I search the other forums I come back with 5 pages of results, and end up with 40 tabs open in my browser with nothing really relevant. So on to my question. Is tucking-tire, low-as-it-can-go-without-bottoming the best handling setup? Is there a setup guide for height/preload, compression/rebound for the Eibach setup or other coilovers for the R53?