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This is a discussion on Subaru newb... my first Subaru, a 2011 WRX Limited in WRB within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; welcome and nice purchase! have you auto x'd it yet as it stands?? i'd suggest seeing how it feels as ...

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    Registered User nyr8er's Avatar
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    welcome and nice purchase! have you auto x'd it yet as it stands?? i'd suggest seeing how it feels as is and then deciding where to go. maybe sways and endlinks > lowering springs...but then again, your class with change.
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    Just changing the endlinks and the rear sway bar improved my WRX very nicely. There is always a compromise with lowering your daily driver car, so keep that in mind. You may be quite happy with it at stock ride height. Enjoy the new ride Greg, and give me a ride once in awhile!


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