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Old 12-02-2004, 07:13 AM   #1
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Default Eibach pro-kit springs for sedan vs wagon.

Is anyone running the "regular" Eibach prokit springs (lower 1.5" in front, 1" in rear) on a 02-03 WRX Wagon? I know they have a Wagon specific prokit, but I think the drop is something like 1.1" front, and 1.2" rear. Whatever it is, it's less of a drop in the rear than the regular springs. I'd rather have the 1.5/1 drop to lose the ass-sag look that comes stock.

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(P.S. These will be gong on stock struts and used just for the winter. Coilover will go back on in the Spring for the track days.)
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Old 12-02-2004, 11:28 AM   #2
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The ass sag is due to the rear fender actually being lower than the front. Here is my 02 wagon on stock struts with the "regular" prokit.

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If you look at the lines of the hood/window line/door handles the car is pretty flat. If you look at the fenders it looks like the ass sags.
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Thanks for the info!
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