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    FS NoVA: WRX shocks with USDM STi springs

    They are 03 WRX shocks with about 20 K on them with 04/05 USDM STi springs with 04/05 USDM STi tophats. I dont want to ship them.

    $60
    Jason
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    Quick question or two, will they sit the car lower? How will it handle vs. stock? Will they work for a sedan? Any pics?

    Thanks!!

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    Yes they are lower then stock, not as much as Teins or Prodrive but they are lower then the stock WRX springs. It is a good upgrade for a lowbudget on suspention. The WRX springs are a bit softer then the STi ones but the STi ones will help in handeling. They do not bottom out as far as I know.

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    Great, I'm definitely interested! Are these bolt-on? I imagine I'd need an alignment after installation. I've been looking for lowering springs but I don't want to be much lower than I am now. The Subaru must get me around at Deep Creek Lake in the winters. Do you have any pics? What condition are the shocks?

    Thanks for answering all my questions, I appreciate it!
    ~joel

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    Yes they are direct bolt ons and yes you will need an alingment after. Ill get some pics later for you. They shocks are not blown, other then that im not sure how to descibe there condition.

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    You have a WRX right?

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    Great! Looking forward to the pics, Jturbo86se@aol.com, and yes, I have a '03 sedan wrx.

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    sorry for the hold up, ill do my best to get shots tomorrow for yor.

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    No prob, take your time!

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    OK i took the pics today, they should be up later today.

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    sorry for noy posting the pics up, the did not come out right. They are still for sale ill do $60 picked up. PM me and let me know.


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