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The first question is going to be how much lift do you want to get out of it?
The 2nd gen X can take about 2" of lift with stock components, going beyond that starts requiring things like UCAs, extended brake lines, and such.
Depending on your budget, the cheapest way to go that's still super effective is to get the basic package from PRG - that includes a leveling puck for the front and AALs for the back which will get you right about 2". You'd probably also want to change the rear shocks to ones that are designed for the extra 2" of height.
The next option is to go with a whole kit. The springs in my 05 were flattening out so this is what I eventually opted for: Old Man Emu - You can pick up a kit there that includes front shocks, rear shocks, front springs, and rear springs, + shackles and AALs even if you need them. More expensive but I've got no complaints on them so far, they've held up well and do pretty good through mild stuff.
Going beyond that like I'm considering now can take you through quite a few different options. Right now I've got my sites set on the Titan Swap which is going to be really pricey, but looks to be the best option for getting serious with an IFS and not doing a SAS.
Hope that helps some
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