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Old 07-19-2005, 11:08 AM   #1
djyanyan
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Question STi pink springs on oem mounts

I've got a set of brand new STi pinks for my 05 WRX and no harder aftermarket strut mounts. My hot hands are ready to handle the impactor to do the swap. I need some insight...anyone experience STi pinks on the oem WRX mounts? Am I splitting the life of these mounts in half? What if I was to put f/r strut bars to keep them tight? I need these questions answered and a thumbs up or down for pinks + oem mounts + strut bars (what kind should i use?).
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Old 07-19-2005, 07:40 PM   #2
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Using Pinks with stock strut tops will not hurt anything. The stock strut tops are softer for comfort, not durability. Using stiffer GroupN strut tops just eliminates some flex in the suspension.
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