I was wondering if you guys had rear sway bar bushings(not endlinks) for an '04 STi. Let me know if you sell them individually, or maybe even an rear sway bar bushing/end link combo. Thank you, gentlemen
I could scare up a spare set of bushings I am more than sure, and I would be happy to give you a sway bar bushing and endlink package. Send an email to email@example.com
and i will hit you with a price as soon as I find out what it will cost me to replace the bushings that I will put in your package.
How much of a ride differnce is there with the Espelir GT VS ASD Springs? My current setup is JDM V8 STi takeoffs with a super bouncy highway ride.
The Espelir ASD will ride very similarly to your take offs, it would just sit about an inch lower. It would certainly alleviate the bouciness but you would not experience any real increase in overall ride stiffness. The ASD spring is stiffer from left to right than the stock springs so there is less roll, and they make the car look fantastic, but the GT spring is more performance oriented.
The GT spring would most certainly alleviate the bounce and although they never become to stiff, they do offer a significantly more firm ride than OE springs. They are competant in performance environments as well as spirited driving on the streets. All in all a great spring that I think would allevaite your problem.
Thanks and let me know if you have more questions.
Do the A1's come with pilowball mounts? If not, what all do they come with? Can I choose custom spring rates or are they set at a certain spring rate and what would they be? Last question, are there any problems getting these to fit on a wagon? Thanks.
A1's do come with pillow ball mounts and everything that a set of A2s come with. The only difference is the construction of the damper and the level of dampening adjustability. They are not offered with custom rates. JIC will only custom spring the A2's. There would be no problems getting the A1s to fit on a wagon. They would fit and work great.
Please let me know if you have any more quesitons!