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Old 05-19-2012, 02:02 PM   #1
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Join Date: Sep 2011
Chapter/Region: VIC
Location: Langley, BC, Canada
2007 impreza wagon

Default Eibach springs w/ Koni Sport (Yellows)

Car: 07 Impreza Wagon
After doing some research and talking to people, I decided to get some work done at this shop. I bought a set of Eibach springs that were made for the sedan at an extremely good price at a local place that was blowing them out. $100 plus tax for the set. I didn't want to install them with my OEM struts so I was looking into aftermarket options. Was going to go with GR-2's/Excel-G's but Dale's was having a sale on Koni Sport (Yellow) shock inserts. $650 for the set.
I had the springs and shocks installed along with saggy butt spacers and they did an alignment also. After 2500-3000 km they said to come back in and they will recheck the alignment at no extra cost.
Extremely impressed with the customer service I recieved. I dealt with Jason (the owner's son and the one in charge of their performance division) and he was awesome. Extremely friendly and knowledgeable and he had the shocks and spacers in stock. The shocks are set to about half way stiff/soft all around (can't remember exactly what he told me right now). Car rides great. Just a little bit more stiff than stock but ride is way more controlled. Not harsh at all. Soaks up bumps and imperfections nicely and corners quite flat. very little body lean now. I don't Auto-x or track my car. Its just a DD. Was going for more of a "cosmetic" lowering.
Dales Alignment/Motosports gets a big thumbs up from me!! If you're from the Lower Mainland I suggest giving them a shout if you want suspension work done.
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