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Old Today, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default Stock Ride Height Measurement - 2015+ STI

I searched and can't find this info anywhere. Anyone have the front and rear fender to ground measurements a stock 2015+ STI?
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if i am not mistaken, it will say in the car's manual. not sure which section though
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what are you trying to figure out?
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I don't find it in the manual. They can be downloaded from Subaru's site easily and searched. Closest thing is overall height and ground clearance. I suppose the overall height could be used, then measure your own car and compare.
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what are you trying to figure out?
Trying to find stock height for original reference starting point. I have had a few different sets of aftermarket springs (RCS yellow and black) on the car and lost track of stock height. I just installed coilovers and want to verify what a 1" drop from stock would be.
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damn, i would take measurements from my car but i put 19s on it.

but i suppose some maths could be done to figure out what it would be with 18s

if i can remember, ill check it out tonight or tomorrow
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ahem...ground clearance (ride height) for stock 2015 STi is 4.9inches (road to bottom of rocker panels)
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ahem...ground clearance (ride height) for stock 2015 STi is 4.9inches (road to bottom of rocker panels)
I did not know where the 4.9" reference point was. Is road to bottom of rocker panels a confirmed measurement?
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