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I don't think they are direct bolt on. I could be wrong, but I'm thinking some other components will be needed to get them mounted. How do they hook up to the knuckles? Isn't 88-90 upper mounts different than 91-94? How do the tie rods mount? I'd want to see these on a car before I'd even think about buying them.
If I was going to consider these, I'd contact the maker for mounting instruction data the very fist thing. And a 1 year warranty for $1,000. of junk seems they are not too confident their product is durable.
 

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They look like it will bolt on, the rears aren't true coilover but will fit the stock configuration. But your are right. That's a steep price for unknown quality. The only suspension parts I can find are stock moog springs and monroe struts. Sucks. Anyone have a set of eibachs they want to sell?
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Those look like will probably work. The ones in the link you posted (which may have just been a stock photo) didn't look like the ones you just posted.
Try looking up some reviews and opinions on the company and their products. Maybe they are good,,, maybe not. But if they are getting good reviews, they may be okay.
Good luck.
 

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I wouldn't buy them. Considering the rear inner fender of the car isn't designed to hold the weight of the car, you'd need to be adding some sort of additional bracing.
 
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