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Chrome Vanadium SAE9254V Construction
Progressive Spring Rate Design
Green Powder Coat Finish
Developed to be used in conjunction with OEM or OEM replacement dampers
1-year Manufacturers Defect and Sag Warranty(Covers over 5mm sag, breakage, deformity, and noise. Does not cover powder coat finish and rusting.
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taylor.walrath15166 11 months ago
Great alternative to coilovers , give a smoother ride in my opinion with stock or kyb dampers . For right into oem strut assembly and (having an 06 wrx wagon) I only had to trim up the bump stop a wee bit in the rear to keep her level. Overall I'm very happy with my purchase and now having them in for a couple months I have zero comaints . Gave about a 1.6-2in lower after the springs settled . Looks phenomenal :))))))
awesum springs-better then what most people says
LEE1234534 5 years ago
I put these on my 06 wrx sedan with KYB GR2 struts. I took off STi springs. S techs do ride a whole lot better, its more comfortable then sti springs, wrx springs and blows cobb springs out of the water. Up until you hit the sudden bump thats bigger then 3 inches, but thats typical with progressive springs. They do drop too low for colorados roads, lots of imperfections and stupid speed bump designs. I ordered half inch spaces from paranoid fab and should take care of that issue. Just looking at the progressive design on the springs alone shows it will be a more comfotrable ride and elminates 80% of body roll. Sway bars are stock.
Q: Bigger wheels Fernando C. 1 year agoAnswer
So if I were to buy 18x10.5 wheels and buy these as well, would the bigger wheels cause severe rubbing?
A: Larger wheels will increase the risk of rubbing. We highly recommend taking measurements of your current setup and adding the new wheel/tire size and lowering spring distance do determine any clearance issues that may arise.
Brady R 1 year ago
Q: Fenders WRXItalia 1 year agoAnswer
On my 04 Wrx stock suspension is like a monster truck. But ok the spring I'm ordering these to fit with my 18x8.75 wheels.. I've looked on Google nasioc Facebook you name it, no one knows whether my fenders will need to be rolled. Especially in the back because the drop is 2.2in. Can you give me any input?
A: Fender rolling will depend on the offset of your wheels. You will want to measure your fender clearance and account for the drop of these springs to get an idea of where you will be and whether a roll is needed.
Nick S. 1 year ago
Q: alignment??? mikeyvigil1837777 2 years agoAnswer
Do u need an alignment after installing these springs ???? And do u need a camber kit ??
A: We always recommend having the alignment checked whenever making changes to the vehicle's suspension. Lowering your car will add some negative camber. Typically, you can bring the alignment back to stock with a set of camber bolts for the rear suspension.
Brady R 2 years ago
Q: increase or decrease handling Hunter951 2 years agoAnswer
Hi. Iv seen mixed views on these springs. Do they give better handling over stock or are do they give worse handling and better looks?
A: A lower center of gravity with a stiffer spring rate will help handling to a point, but matching springs to a proper strut will help achieve much better performance.
Nick S. 2 years ago