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Old 11-11-2009, 09:41 AM   #1
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For sale is one set of Advance Design(Ground control's in house shock company) Double Adjustable coilovers. They fit 05 STI's and worked fine on my 05 WRX, come with 450/375 springs (or no springs) and they have a 16mm shaft (I use Ground Control camber plates).

They are valved for for BSP, I got them from an 05 STI and after running them on street tires decided they were too stiff in compression and nitrogen pressure for my needs. They sure handled well, i've never gotten so much rotation and on-command oversteer as with these shocks! The alignment flexibility is pretty awesome too. Also, the fronts have been shortened to add bump travel at low ride heights.




Let me know if you have any questions, looking for $1700obo.

Retail = $1600 for inserts($400/ea), $600 for housings ($150 ea), $80 perches and sleeves, $220 springs, $600 for revalve = $3100
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Old 11-13-2009, 01:55 AM   #2
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Old 11-13-2009, 03:59 PM   #3
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Bump, any interest in these at all?
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Old 11-14-2009, 12:13 AM   #4
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Old 11-15-2009, 07:23 PM   #6
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Well considering that an 05+ STI hub is 5x114.3 and all USDM WRX's hub are 5x100 I doubt that you just bolted it right up. So maybe you go these from an 04 STI which was the only USDM STI that came with 5x100 hubs. Either way you need to figure out what hub pattern these are for and sell them accordingly. Just my thoughts, and good luck with the sale.

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Well considering that an 05+ STI hub is 5x114.3 and all USDM WRX's hub are 5x100 I doubt that you just bolted it right up. So maybe you go these from an 04 STI which was the only USDM STI that came with 5x100 hubs. Either way you need to figure out what hub pattern these are for and sell them accordingly. Just my thoughts, and good luck with the sale.

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The bolt pattern has nothing to do with the dimensions of the hub ear and the dog ears on the shock. The differences are there, but due to the huge lower bolt holes in the dog ears(on the shocks), the SLIGHT difference in the hub hole locations and hub ear width(on the hub) didn't cause a single problem for any of the four autocrosses or 500 miles of street driving I did prior to the revalve.

I do specify what they're for, so for those who don't believe or want to "risk" it, if its not an 05 STI then it's not kosher.



*For the extended version, the 05 STI dog ears on these housings are about .025" wider than the WRX hub ear, they fit. Try to put WRX dog ears onto an 05+ STI hub ear and it will be .025" too narrow = will not fit.


Thanks for the interest,
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Old 11-16-2009, 12:29 AM   #8
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The bolt pattern has nothing to do with the dimensions of the hub ear and the dog ears on the shock. The differences are there, but due to the huge lower bolt holes in the dog ears(on the shocks), the SLIGHT difference in the hub hole locations and hub ear width(on the hub) didn't cause a single problem for any of the four autocrosses or 500 miles of street driving I did prior to the revalve.

I do specify what they're for, so for those who don't believe or want to "risk" it, if its not an 05 STI then it's not kosher.



*For the extended version, the 05 STI dog ears on these housings are about .025" wider than the WRX hub ear, they fit. Try to put WRX dog ears onto an 05+ STI hub ear and it will be .025" too narrow = will not fit.


Thanks for the interest,
Rob
Well you learn something new everyday. I had never heard of a coilover setup working on both so another free bump for you.
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Old 11-18-2009, 12:08 AM   #9
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