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    advice 2006 wrx wagon

    Ok after reading Big Sky threads about wagons and suspensions I couldnt find a solution for my "problem" because the thread ends in 2007?!?
    I want to lower my wagon a little bit without the "SAG ASS" problem ,and winning on the performance side. I read about the sti pink springs that were doing the trick by then, but is there nowadays something else out there wagon intended?
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    thanks but actually looking for springs that will lower the wagon a little bit

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    brfatal, that's an interesting product, I've not seen that before.

    RicardoPT, it looks like you can buy what ever springs you want, then if they lower the butt too much, just get these spacers, install them, and it will raise it up that much.

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    good for 10mm: STI spec C springs, the regular black ones, worked perfect to drop my wagon about 10mm or 3/8 of an inch. I also added STI rear struts, and sway bar and am very happy with the ride and handling improvement without being too rough on the daily commuter. just a cheap budget idea. I picked up the springs and struts on craigs list with only 30k miles on them for $100. I'm only bummed that they came from an 05 so I couldn't use the front struts too
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    here's a couple pics:
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    maybe you'll find this helpful. It is a little saggy in the back, but not near as bad as some i've seen on regular lowering springs. Let me know which route you take on this one, since I'm always looking for something new to try too!
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