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Old 05-08-2000, 08:39 PM   #1
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Post Eibach Springs for Impreza is different

Was reading some posts at the Legacy forum and some ppl mentioned that the Eibach springs causes the Impreza to have this "duck out of hte water" look. What does that mean?!
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Old 05-09-2000, 05:56 AM   #2
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...front end / nose high in the air, may be an exageration but I don't like the looks at all. I've read all the stuff about roll center and why not to lower the front too much, but the Eibach springs lowered my Impreza only 0.3"/0.5" f/r and while the rear feels good / planted in the turns(w/20 mm bar), the front wags / hunts / rolls w/ nose high in the turns. Of course I hope my fitting the KYB/AGX shortly will help as the front springs are underdamped by the stock struts. conversely the Eibach springs lowered my Leg GT almost too much (1.8"/1.5" f/r) with the front lower / NASCAR raked look. I did have to raise it a bit. So apparently the Eibach engineers where looking for something different in each car. Go figure!!!
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