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Old 03-07-2013, 05:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by WRXMunkey View Post
Looking for a bit of advice on my suspension.
06' wagon with Stock struts and STI pink springs
24mm Front sway
22'mm adj whiteline rear
Front and rear strut bars.

The car is to jittery and just dosn't feel right. Car is a spirited daily driver...
Thinking about pulling the 24mm front and going back to stock and want to change the shocks and maybe the springs at the same time.

Thoughts or suggestions on struts/spring combo.

The springs are underdamped, and maybe your struts are wearing out so the problem is worse. Get Tokico D-specs, koni inserts, FEAL inserts or something.

Maybe the 24mm front sway bar is "too big" for your tastes. As the sway bars get firmer, you feel more lateral jerkyness when one side hits a bump. One might describe this as "jittery".
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