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Old 02-24-2013, 01:19 PM   #1
Scooby Newbie
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Location: Ada, oklahoma
2004 WRX STI
Platinum silver metallic

Question Stanced look on 04' STi

Looking for some good input. I have a 2004 STI with 20007 pinks struts and Eibach pro kit. I'm starting to lose my left rear spring (weak spring, sagging in left rear) I'm looking for new springs that will stance the car a little lower in the front than the rear. I'm not looking to slam the car, just trying to get rid of wheel gap, like the pro kit did, just can't stand the rear of the car sitting lower than the front. Thanks for the help guys!
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Old 02-24-2013, 05:16 PM   #2
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OK buy Nates beans


i guess you dont realize that the front wheel opening is BIGGER than the rear one so the front wheels can TURN

and that is an illusion that the front is higher and if you lower the front ya screw up the rake of the car and make it wrong which affects the handling and aerodynamics

but most dont know or have a care in their kiddie little heads about any of that

there are thousands of 'what spring' threads....we dont need any more
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