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Old 08-29-2021, 03:14 PM   #2076
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Old 08-31-2021, 03:32 PM   #2077
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Default Raising Coilovers for Off-Road Use

Hi, All.

I've been researching this for quite sometime without too much luck just yet.

I Need to raise my 2015 WRX to the maximum possible height, using coilovers, for Off-Road use. While it is my DD, the roads I drive daily are primarily non-static, i.e.; gravel, dirt, slickrock and just plain rock, as well as snow, sluch and ice.

I'm already planning on bumping my stock rims down to 16x7" and putting on some burly all-season truck tires, as well as upgrading the armor underneath.

The environment ranges from both extremes of temperature, literally -40 (-70 with windchill) to 121 degrees.

I require as much throw as possible.

Like many of us, my budget does Not alot for $5k professional rally coilovers.

What are my options?

For the love of Pete... I'd appreciate any information/input form anyone.
The stock armor underneath gets more shredded everyday.

Thanks in advance to any and all replies.

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Old 09-09-2021, 07:46 PM   #2078
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@Racecomp Engineering,

I just bought a set of yellows for a steal off a 16 STI. I want to buy your shocks and struts… I have a 2015 WRX, should I buy STI shocks and Struts or should I buy WRX shocks and struts from your website?

Yes, I used to own a e30 M3. Yes, I still cry at night that I sold it. No, I won’t tell you how much I sold it for… (every typically asks)
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Old 09-10-2021, 12:57 AM   #2079
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does anyone know of 2020 wrx suspension will fit on 2009 STI
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