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Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs ( Part Number:EIB1 7723.140)

Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs - Subaru STI Sedan 2011-2014

MODEL # EIB1 7723.140
Manufacturer Part # 7723.140

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MSRP: $275.40

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Description

RallySport Direct is proud to carry the Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs. This is a great way to improve the handling, performance, as well as the looks without compromising your overall ride quality.

Here are the details:

  • Lowers the center of gravity
  • Made using super durable materials that will provide years of long-lasting performance
  • Reduces squat during acceleration
  • Reduces body roll in corners
  • Reduces nose-dive under braking
  • Drop height front 0.8 inches (20mm)
  • Drop height rear 0.8 inches (20mm)
  • Progressive spring rate
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Specifications


Brand: Eibach
Adjustable: No
Drop Height Front: 0.8in
Drop Height Front Metric: 20mm
Drop Height Rear: 0.8in
Drop Height Rear Metric: 20mm
Includes Bump Stops: Yes
Spring Rate Front: 154-303-405lbs/in (Progressive)
Spring Rate Rear: 161-331-442lbs/in (Progressive)

Mfgr. Warranty: Million Mile
Condition: New Product
Return Policy:

RallySport Guarantee - 30 Days


Items that are covered under the RallySport Guarantee offer a 30 day no questions asked return policy.

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The RallySport Guarantee does not apply to products that have been modified, damaged, misused or abused. All returns require an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number, and freight charges are strictly non-refundable. For more information regarding our freight refund policy, please refer to our return policy page found HERE.
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Great Drop and Almost Factory Ride
jonniespratley 1 year ago
Just had these springs installed on my 2014 Subaru STI Limited Sedan, along with the Eibach Front/Rear Sway Bars and the ride height is great, makes the car look so much better. The ride quality is pretty much like stock, the bumps are still there but they are firm and pleasant. Recommend these springs to any one with an STI.

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Great Springs!!
David_LM 3 years ago
I DD my car and these springs were the perfect solution for me; perfect amount of lowering while mostly maintaining the OEM feel (and not breaking the bank). I gave mine two weeks to settle before getting my alignment. Would recommend these to anyone else in my situation!
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Eibach pro kit
jojoortillo64 4 years ago
My front bumper is now 8 inches above ground,a bit bumpy nothing major definitely avoid. Potholes looks way better than stock height ..
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EIbach Springs on 2013 STi
drrhinodc62552 4 years ago
The drop was about exactly 1 all around. The car looks sooooo much better. I was going to post pics but in looking at the Plasma Blue STi pics already posted here the drop is really close to my STi, actually I think mine is sitting just a hair lower. I can really feel the progressive rate. At cruising it is just slightly stiffer than stock. I just happened to drive another STi with stock springs back to back with mine this weekend. As the springs start to compress it gets a lot stiffer. Going over a drainage dip in an intersection in the stock car it would bounce down or compress when hitting the dip. In my car with the eibach's there was much less compression. There also is noticeably less body roll and diving under braking. Also, the drop height is perfect. The car looks much better. On regular curbs and parking blocks the front lip clears with about 1/2 inch. I have not had any problems with tall speed bumps or angled driveways. Not a single scrape yet. :) On my 03 bugeye with similar drop I would scrape the under side or front lip in a few places during my daily drive. No problem at all in my 13 and these springs driving in the same places...
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Eibach Pro Kit lowering springs
michaelt 5 years ago
Have to admit I was skeptical about changing springs. I tried Tein lowering springs on my last WRX and hated them. What a difference Eibach springs made in the ride, handling,and lower look of my new STI. I love them!
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  • Q: Eibach Pro-Kit lowering springs and RCE Bilstein Strut Kit - '11 STI Sedan  guynlori42455 1 year ago

    Answer

    I really like the amount of lowering the Pro-Kit springs provide. I'm also very interested in the RCE Bilstein Strut Kit. Has anyone confirmed compatibility of the two? I realize the strut kit is designed to be used with the RCE yellow springs. I would prefer that little extra bit of lowering the Pro-kit springs allow.


    • A: Although this would be a great combination we have not tested the fitment and are not able to confirm if it would fit or not.


      Jared A. 1 year ago
  • Q: Alignment  Sti_Joey 1 year ago

    Answer

    Once the car has been lowered i know an alignment is needed. But would i need to change bushings etc... Also would these springs work well with cusco front and rear touring-a shock absorbers?


    • A: Sti_Joey The bushing do not need to be replace unless they are showing signs of wear. The Pro-kit was designed around the factory shock, since we have not tested them with the Cusco Touring-A Shock Absorbers and can confirm how it will ride.


      [email protected] 1 year ago
  • Q: Eibach sportline  wphank75 3 years ago

    Answer

    Why is the sportline not available for the 2013 sti model? Is there another one similar as far as drop and stiffness to the eibach sportline?


    • A: Eibach does not say why they do not make Sporline springs for the 08+ STI, but the Epic Engineering springs would be comparable to Sportline.


      Zach G. 3 years ago
  • Q: Spring rate  Just boosting 3 years ago

    Answer

    Can you tell what is the rate load of front and back springs thankz


    • A: We have all the specs listed on the left hand side on the product page listed under "Specs"


      Trevor C. 3 years ago
  • Q: Irregular wear on tires?  Soyosubie 3 years ago

    Answer

    I installed these springs less that 10K miles ago. I had good tires and had the car aligned after I replaced the springs. i had a puncture i was fixing and noticed ALL four wheels worn on the inside. Could the alignment have been done wrong? A friend said I probably needed new control arms. That an alignment was not going to adjust the camber and caster for lower spring. Any ideas? I don't want to have to replace tires every 6 months


    • A: It sounds like the alignment may have an issue and realigning the vehicle is recommended.


      Nick S. 3 years ago
    • A: Do these springs need anything like camber kits or any other means of adjustment other than what comes stock?


      Soyosubie 3 years ago