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Racecomp Engineering "Regular Guy" for GR Chassis
Finally, a performance spring designed with function over form is available for the latest Subaru Impreza STI. Incorporating the knowledge gained from designing a growing list of suspension and brake performance parts for the true track day and autocross enthusiast, Racecomp Engineering is proud to announce the latest addition to their line up. The Regular Guy Functional Lowering Springs for the 2008+ Subaru Impreza
STI are designed as the ultimate performance spring upgrade for the newly redesigned GR chassis.
Paying special attention to the completely new rear suspension design of the GR chassis, the Functional Lowering Springs provide a mild 5mm drop front and rear to maximize the extremely limited suspension travel available. Shorter bumpstops are included front and rear to take things one step further, resulting in more bump travel than stock. Rarely does an aftermarket spring set-up add suspension travel, but in this case it is a crucial design aspect that improves performance while helping to maintain a civil ride on the street.
Spring rates of 320 lbs/in front and rear are intended to work with the completely new rear suspension of the GR chassis, which has a lower motion ratio in the rear than previous Imprezas. In addition, the OEM dampers have been carefully examined on a shock dyno to match the new spring rates to the dampers.
Racecomp Engineering’s goal was to help cure the crippling understeer that adds to lap times at the track and autocross course. Studying the design of the new GR suspension, a new performance spring has been produced that adds to available bump travel, matches the excellent OEM dampers, and works in conjunction with the new rear motion ratio. The result is a car that handles extremely well from corner entry to corner exit.
Continuing the “Regular Guy” theme from previous Racecomp designs, the springs are colored black for a low key look. Coupled with the minimal drop, most people would be hard pressed to find anything different from stock….until the road curves.
5mm drop front and rear
320 lb/in front and rear
Shortened bump stops included front and rear (12mm shorter front, 18mm shorter rear)
GD Chassis coilsprings
With springs rates increased approximately 25% stiffer then the popular JDM Pink Springs, the springs are perfect for those with wider tires worried about rubbing, as well those looking for a little more rear spring rate to promote a more neutral handling characteristic. Much care was taken not to exceed the limits of the stock struts. The mildly progressive design and spring rates properly matched with the dampers ensure that ride quality is not diminished over stock. The car is lowered 20mm in the rear and 23mm in the front for an even look
Introducing the RCE Regular Guy Springs (RCE Blacks) Designed for use with standard STi inverted struts or Ohlins Fixed Perch Replacement Struts, these springs are intended for both the daily driven street driver as well as the autocross and track day weekend warrior. Using similar spring rates as the extremely popular and successful RCE Yellow Springs, but having a much more subtle/mild drop in comparison, these are perfect for STi owners not looking for a ride height much lower then stock, and yet are still looking for increased spring rates. Spring rates are still 10% stiffer then JDM Pinks with an emphasis on the rear rate, so you will still be outpacing just about everything on the track and auto-x course.
Finally, an option exists for Subaru WRX Wagon owners with upgraded struts! Rather then having to choose between spring rates that are too soft, like most wagon specific springs, and a saggy rear end, like most sedan specific springs, Racecomp Engineering is proud to announce an OEM replacement spring for the Subaru WRX Wagon. Designed for use with standard STi inverted struts, Koni Inserts, Tokico D-Spec struts or Ohlins Fixed Perch Replacement struts, these springs are intended for both the daily driven street driver as well as the autocross and track day weekend warrior. Using similar spring rates as the extremely popular and successful RCE Yellow Springs, but having a wagon specific ride height, these are perfect for wagon owners not looking to compromise either ride height or spring rates.
GTWorx are the same as the pics but painted black.
'08 STI, WRX and Legacy front-$475
'02-07 GD Chassis front and rear-$440/pr
H&R Coilsprings for '08+ STI
I installed a set in an '09 STI and the rideheight looked awesome and it was very comfortable, works well with the stock dampers.
• Infinitely adjustable within german TUEV-tested adjustment parameters
• Shortened struts for increased spring travel
• Trapezoidal threads for simple height adjustment
• Three different damping technologies for individual adjustment
• Elastomer bump stops with integrated dust boot protection
• Easy to read documentation
• Ready to use comprehensive solutions
• Visually perfect – safe and unique motion dynamics
• Strut housings in inox-line stainless steel technology
• Anodized aluminum spring collars and add-on pieces
• High-quality, high-tensile racing springs
• Special ventilation and sealing system
• High-quality damping components
• Hardened, chromium-plated piston rods
• Special guide and sealing systems
• Pistons with V-shaped Teflon seals – optimal sealing with minimal friction – temperature-resistant, durable damping technology
'05+STI and '08 STI and WRX in stock
PM me for special pricing
BSF12Z 22mm adj. frt-'03+WRX wagon
BSF30Z-22mm adj. frt- '05+Legacy Turbo
BSF30XZ-24mm adj. frt-'08+WRX
BSF33XZ-24mm adj. frt- '02-07 WRX
BSR33XZ-24mm adj. rr- '02-03 WRX
BSF35XZ-22mm adj. frt- '05+Legacy non-turbo
BSF36XZ 24mm adj. frt.- '04-06 STI
BSR37XZ-24mm adj rr.- '04-06 STI
BSF39Z-22mm adj. frt-'08+STI, '09+ Forester
BSR39Z-22mm adj. rr.-'05+ Legacy
BSF39XZ-24mm adj. frt- '08+ STI, WRX and '09+ Forester
BSR49Z-20mm adj. rr- '08+ STI, WRX and '09+ Forester
BSR49XZ-22mm adj. rr- '08+ STI, WRX and '09+ Forester
Adj. camberplates, Front and rear endlinks, Bushings
KLC26 rear HD endlinks
KLC39-front adj. endlinks
KLC044-rear adj. endlinks
KLC066-rear adj. endlinks
KDT 902 '08+ WRX and STI rear subframe bushings
KDT 903 '08+ WRX and STI rear diff. inserts
KSB 568 Frt strut tower brace '08+STI and WRX
KSB 511 Rr. strut tower brace GD sedan chassis
KSB 599 Frt strut tower brace GD sedan and '03+Wagon
Max-C race upper camberplates-GD and GRB
KCA335 fixed front upper camberplates(adds neg camber and inc. caster)
Front roll center kits
Anti-lift kits-Race and comfort
PM or call me for discount pricing
I have access to Bilstein, H&R, Eibach and Koni
Pm or call with your suspension questions
'04-09 STI-DTC 30, HP+ and HPS
HB453W.585 Hawk Brake Pads
HB180W.560 Hawk Brake Pad
HB453N.585 Hawk Brake Pad
HB180N.560 Hawk Brake Pad
HB453F.585 Hawk Brake Pad
HB180F.560 Hawk Brake Pad
'02-07 WRX-HPS and HP+
HB352F.665 Hawk Brake Pad
HB434F.543 Hawk Brake Pad
HB432F.661 Hawk Brake Pad
HB452F.545 Hawk Brake Pad
HB178F.564 Hawk Brake Pad
HB179F.630 Hawk Brake Pad
HB432N.661 Hawk Brake Pad
HB452N.545 Hawk Brake Pad
HB178N.564 Hawk Brake Pad
HB179N.630 Hawk Brake Pad
DBA Standard Slotted Rotors
654SL DBA Brake Rotor
654SR DBA Brake Rotor
655SL DBA Brake Rotor
655SR DBA Brake Rotor
650SL DBA Brake Rotor
650SR DBA Brake Rotor
644SL DBA Brake Rotor
644SR DBA Brake Rotor
653SL DBA Brake Rotor
653SR DBA Brake Rotor
DBA 4000 Slotted Rotors
'02-07 WRX('06-07 rears only)
4650SL DBA Brake Rotor
4650SR DBA Brake Rotor
4653SL DBA Brake Rotor
4653SR DBA Brake Rotor
'05+ STI DBA 4000 slotted
42654SL DBA Brake Rotor
42654SR DBA Brake Rotor
42655SL DBA Brake Rotor
42655SR DBA Brake Rotor
05+ Legacy GT Front DBA slotted
42650SL DBA Brake Rotor
42650SR DBA Brake Rotor
DBA 5000 Slotted Rotors
'05+ STI(frt)-5654SLR DBA Brake Rotor
More DBA and Whiteline part # available
PM or call me for brake pad and rotor pricing
Prodrive Big Brake Kit-'02-07 WRX, Legacy and 2.5I
This kit features upgraded discs, calipers and pads for maximum braking performance.
4-piston front calipers are machined from lightweight aluminum to minimize unsprung weight.
330mm slotted discs featuring 48 curved vanes for greater cooling capacity.
Kits come with SBS brake pads chosen to complement the characteristics of the discs to offer greater stopping power and fade resistance without compromising cold braking performance.
This kit is manufactured by Alcon for Prodrive.
Availability: Fits the front of 5 x 100 Subaru's.
2 more kits in stock
Stuff kicking around that needs to go:
'92-94 Legacy front and rear struts:
KYB GR-2 235065/66-'93-01 Impreza and Outback FWD ex.
KYB GR-2 235069/70-'92-94 Legacy 4wd
$190/pr or $360 for all 4
This is below cost from Alltrom or Napa.
RCE frt/rr swaybars(rear bar is set it and leave it)
$340/pr, they have to go as a set.-sold
Rocket Rally catless turboback '08+STI
Brand new never installed-$1250 Cost me $1560
'04-06 STI front lower c/arms-$300
DMS 40 Tarmac Coilovers
Up at Rocket Rally for rebuild assessment-email for quote
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