coilovers have 2 collars which tighten against each other to hold the spring at a certain height. but if you're already at the bottom and have no more adjustment, you can gain an extra .25inch drop by removing the bottom collar and spinning the top collar down as far as itll go. you will no longer have adjustability but when all you're trying to do is go as low as possible and stay there, its no problem.
Re: KnightRyder - 2000 Accord V6 Coupe *** UPDATED 6/6/10
you realize you're 6.5-7 hrs away from me right.
dont look at my car to see how low you'll be after the collar removal... i may have different wheel and tire sizes than you so it may be a little different. you will be .25 inch lower, just measure it with your current wheels gap and see if that'll be suitable for you. if not, get different coilovers.