try these..i got them for 160 picked up, and paired with eibach pro
lol the only problem is i dunno why, but front springs didnt go all the way in the strut if you know what i mean, too wide or something, but theres like 1/4" space between the strut plate where the spring is suppose to sit and the spring
but still rides nice
and about the installation..you can do it urself, shop will charge you alot.. the back is very easy, dont even bother with lca bolts and stuff, what you can do is put the car on the jacks, unbolt the shocks then get a long bar and pry the control arm down and the spring should come out easily without any compression or anything (saves you good ammount of work with all bolts and stuff, + if their rusted you would need either new bushings or new control arms) and the just put new ones in the same way.. and the front is pretty easy too, all you need is an external spring compressor (pretty much any will work, coz front springs are way wider than rear, coz usually noone can get the rear springs out with a compressor).. take the strut out with a spring - compress the spring - unbolt it, decompress - reuse the top plates and reassemble it the same way with new springs and struts..
thats what i did, and im not taking any responsibilities if you know what i mean...