04-04-2012, 06:49 PM
Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: Between San Diego And Columbus
2008 OBP STi
2012 WW Evo X
Tanabe DF210 Springs 2008+ WRX/STI hatch
Brand new in the box. Never got to use them.
Vehicle: 2008-2009 Subaru Impreza STi (GRB)
Product: SUSTEC DF210 Lowering Springs
Lower Rate (Front/Rear) inches: -1.1" / -1.1"
Spring Rate (Front/Rear) kg/mm: 4.4 / 3.1
Part Number: TDF140
Tanabe Coil Lowering Springs
Sustec performance lowering springs are available in three configurations, to suit the driver's needs for lowering, comfort, and handling. All springs are manufactured using machinery and processes exclusive only to the Tanabe coil spring factory. They also carry a comprehensive three year warranty, and are designed to not sag!
Tanabe Springs are known by various race teams in Japan for their impressive performance on the circuit. In the JGTC GT500 class, our springs were used in the Takata Dome Racing Honda NSX.
Tanabe Springs are some of the strongest springs available for automotive use (2100n/m) and are created using some of the most advanced methods and machinery in the world. We are one of the only manufacturers who have obtained the world quality manufacturing certification ISO9001.
SUSTEC DF210 - Super Low Down Form - Max Lowering
The DF210 coil spring offers a large drop, while retaining superb ride quality characteristics for your Subaru Impreza STi (GRB). The spring rate is raised 10-15% to compensate for the shortened amount of suspension travel, without over-stiffening the spring rate and affecting ride quality and shock lifespan.
The DF210 is unique in that it provides an excellent range of benefits, from its extremely low stance, to performance and comfort. Overall, the Tanabe DF210 is extremely well balanced for those looking to lower their Subaru Impreza STi (GRB), increase handling potential, and maintain comfort. For those who want the lowest drop.
Sustec 210 Technology: DF210 Lowdown Spring
All of our coil springs feature SUSTEC 210 Technology. Sustec 210 Technology is a series of manufacturing methods developed to create a stronger, thinner, and lighter spring using only high tensile steel, without adding additional elements that could affect quality, durability, or price. "210" stands for 2100n/m of tensile strength, which is the highest strength ever achieved in a coil spring. The Tanabe Shiga factory in Japan is home to some of the most advanced, unique coil spring machines and processes in the world!
- Lowering: Excellent - Drops of up to 2.5" are available
- Comfort: Very Good - Spring rate is raised no more than 10-15%
- Performance: Good - Lower center of gravity
$175 shipped! - Sold!
Last edited by surefooted; 04-24-2012 at 08:40 AM.