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Old 12-03-2012, 06:52 PM   #76
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I just upgraded my struts and figured I'd throw my $.02 in.

I am running STi USDM Pink wagon springs with Feal inserts in stock struts. They are similar to Koni's in that they are inserts. But they are monotube and adjust both compression and rebound. They are one-way adjustable, so you adjust comp and rebound at the same time, and have 40 clicks of adjustability.

Here is the link: http://rallyracingsuspension.com/page2.html (scroll down)

They make inserts for '02-'07 and for 2008+. I have only had them on for a few days, so I'm still getting used to them. I like them a lot so far; really tightened up the suspension without increasing harshness. I was running stock struts before and the were on their way out, so the difference is quite noticeable.

They don't seem to be too popular on NASIOC, but I assume it is because they are a bit more expensive than the Koni's. I figured I'd add them to the thread as one more option for WRX, and especially wagon, owners.
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Old 03-03-2013, 03:09 PM   #77
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Its 2013 I am sure there should be some new struts out, point me on the right way to update this thread
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