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Old 01-22-2009, 10:17 PM   #1
Team Scream
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Join Date: Jul 2006
Chapter/Region: SCIC
Vehicle:
2006 FXT/STi 6MT
01 Aerosim GC8 Coupe

Default Eibach 22mm F/R sways and ProKit springs 4500 miles.

Complete set of Eibach (pro kit) front and rear 22mm sways
These are great sway bars for a WRX, I loved them and would still be on them but I did an STi swap and used matching Whiteline sways.

I bumped up to a 24mm front and a 24mm rear and now I wish the Eibach was the STi model because I need a smaller rear bar with my suspension set up. 24mm is too much.

Anyway, these were on my car for 4500 miles MAX (car has 14K miles total).
Part number is 7714.320 which is a complete front and rear kit.


I also have a set of Eibach (pro kit) springs with the same mileage.
Part # 7714.140

All of these parts can be seen on this link:

http://eibach.com/cgi-bin/htmlos.exe...1820400024374?

$350.00 for all
$250.00 for the sways (cost me $380.00)
$175.00 for the springs. (cost me $265.00)
(+paypal and shipping)
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Old 01-23-2009, 12:12 AM   #2
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My bad, not trying to bump....edited the wrong thread.....forgive me.
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