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Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
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Epic Engineering Lowering Springs (Part Number: )
Epic Engineering Lowering Springs
Subaru WRX 2008-2010
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Part # EE-S-WGR-001
msrp: $339.00

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Features & Product Details

RallySport Direct is proud to carry a great selection of quality suspension products brought to you by Epic Engineering.

On this page, you are looking at the Epic Engineering Lowering Springs. This is a complete set of springs for the front and rear of your vehicle.

Here are the details:

  • Lowers the center of gravity of the vehicle for improved balance and handling
  • Drop height in the front by 25mm and slightly lower for the rear springs to provide a slightly raked or "nose down" stance
  • Proprietary spring rates
  • The decrease in ride height effectively  lowers the coefficient of gravity as well as the front roll center which inclines the vehicle roll axis further up to the rear
  • Specifications

    Brand: Epic Engineering
    Drop Height Front: 1.2in
    Drop Height Front Metric: 30mm
    Drop Height Rear: 1.0in
    Drop Height Rear Metric: 25mm
    Includes Bump Stops: Yes
    Spring Rate Front: Not Provided
    Spring Rate Rear: Not Provided
    Mfgr. Warranty: Lifetime
    Condition: New Product
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    Stiffer than I thought while maintaining a great ride on hwy!  7 years ago
    5out of 5stars

    I arrived at these springs out of a sort of desperation- my Tanabe GF210's were absolutely shot after 25000 miles and my car became undriveable. After talking to Rick, and RSD selling out of the RCE Springs before I could get my order in, I ordered the Epics. The Epic appears to be *very similar* to an Eibach Pro-Kit spring with less drop. I uncovered early talk from Fred Bean's on an LGT forum about the development of the springs. The Tanabe's had sagged out so badly, my tires were -1 finger gap, meaning they were tucked in the fender wells. I liked the drop of the Tanabe's at first, but the rears did not hold up... what would the Epics bring? I run the Koni inserts and the Epic springs feel really good with them. In fact, I couldn't imagine running these springs with stock dampeners... the stiff part of the spring's rate is fairly stiff. Down the highway these ride very well- firm, level, no bucking or bobbing (1 turn in on Koni's all around). In the hills I have been surprised by the rebound (firm rate) in harder corners... the Tanabe's were a linear rate and had more roll and lower ride quality. The Epics seems to settle in, but mid-corner bumps reveal a high spring rate that feels in the 285-300lb range. I think on the track, and autocross, this would be a great set-up. So far (with only about 100 miles) I am very happy with them. I would probably run my dampening another 1/4-1/2 turn, but the car feels very predictable and the rear end has very good squat resistance (22mm sway in rear with Kartboy endlinks). Sorry for the long review, just not much info out there on a good riding spring.
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    Perfect 7 years ago
    5out of 5stars

    Outstanding! Perfect spring rate and just the right amount of drop.
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    • Q: On stock springs  Dwayne-jdm6 years ago

      Hi I just picked up a 2009 wrx. First thing I want to do is lower it a bit. It's on aftermarket 18 oz wheels. Will this rub?. Second since the stock shock is 3 years old will it blow if I put these springs on. Thanks
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  Congrats on your purchase. Wheel fitment question, it should be no problem to use this spring with a 18 wheel that is the same offset and width as the stock unit. The springs will not accelerate the wear of struts any more then a stock spring would.

        Kirill C. @ RallySport Direct 6 years ago  
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    • Q: ride height?  wrmyx087 years ago

      How many inches does this drop the car???
      • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  Per the description you should see about a 1.2 drop up front and 1.0 drop in the rear. Thank you.

        Tanner S. @ RallySport Direct 7 years ago  
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    • Q: How much  fearnoevo202257 years ago

      Stiffer are they than stock springs on an 08?
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  Epic Engineering does not release their spring rates, however the lowering springs for the 2008-2010 are going to offer a factory style ride with with added performance and control.

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