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Old 12-21-2012, 09:26 PM   #4141
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2006 WRX Limited


Originally Posted by CPC View Post
Yeah, I'm sure. The S204 used the same alloy arms but wasn't full pillowball. I remember reading it was to maintain a little compliance and comfort in the "luxury" S series cars, as opposed to the RA-R which was more track oriented. I had to be careful when chasing up my new RA-R rear end as they were difficult to confuse, and part numbers were similar. The Spec C had various lateral link combinations based on trim spec.

Bracing the box is good insurance before installation. Wrap and weld a piece of steel around the box and re-drill the hole for the endlinks. The factory endlinks are quite flexible and if you upgrade to something superior like the adjustable AVO ones you'll be putting considerably more stress on the boxes, even with the 21mm bar.

You've got some great parts there. Just trying to help you out. And just to keep this on topic, here's a bit of a teaser of my Sparco Prodrives. These are the carbon WRC ones.

Appreciate it. Hoping its still comfortable. Mean its one 1 bushing difference. Just hoping it will be a nice set overall for DD.
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