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This is a discussion on 2002 WRX within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Rambo Hmm, Megan coilovers are notorious poorly-made. Their cheap price makes them attractive to those that want ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
    Hmm, Megan coilovers are notorious poorly-made. Their cheap price makes them attractive to those that want to say they have "coilovers" without shelling out $2k+ for a quality set of coilovers. They probably won't fall apart in day to day driving, but I would budget new suspension in the not too distant future. A good set of conventional springs and struts can be had for less than $1k, and will handle and ride far superior to the Megans.
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    I believe its an Injen Short Ram intake (not CAI) with an auto zone filter.
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    To save your tires you might want to have the alignment checked and adjusted. My car came with coil-overs and was slammed. I took it back to a more sensible height and needed adjustment. Suspension was obviously tuned for a right-hand track, left and right front where different settings...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingo View Post
    To save your tires you might want to have the alignment checked and adjusted. My car came with coil-overs and was slammed. I took it back to a more sensible height and needed adjustment. Suspension was obviously tuned for a right-hand track, left and right front where different settings...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    a four month bump! Nice!

    OOppss. Missed that! Same guy just got all riled about street racing/track racing... I thought it was his new ride and never paid attention to the age of that post...
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