Are you fitting it yourself?
You generally wont need any extra parts, but you may have seized bolts..
Its also a good idea to replace the upper and lower wishbones when you do this too..
I think if you take the car to an Afla Specialist, get them to check your front and back end for play. that will go a long way to tell you what you need.
Also, order some front drop links from EB Spares - they're really cheap and its good practice to replace them whenever you have the front in bits.
I do plan on fitting it myself, my uncle is a 20-odd-year experienced auto-mechanic so I plan on using him as my SOS if something goes horribly wrong! But, I really want to get to know my car and fitting upgraded suspension over a weekend seems the perfect way to start!
Its a 2006 car with low milage, I've recently had it checked over when I replaced the brakes last month, so all bushes, control arms etc are in a good state of repair.
As for the wishbones, seen as mine are in good condition, would it be essential to replace? I.e. for the sake of cohesion in the suspension department, or would it be overkill if the fitted ones are fine.
And with the drop links, although the bushes are in good condition, if they're cheap enough I'll probably grab a set and fit them while I'm down there.
Thanks for your advice!