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    Question Just purchased a 2006 Wrx TR

    Looking to do a stage2 upgrade So far I have a Cobb AP, catback exhaust.
    What other part(s) shoul I get? Also what's a the best lowering springs for using the stock factory bushings? I'd like a 1.2-5" drop in the front and 1.7-2.0" drop in the rear. Last anyone know a good pro tuning shop in northern Cali?

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    Captain James of the SS Impreza has gone down with the ship Drews's Avatar
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    um DP...its kind of necessary for stage 2. Why would you use a Cobb AP if you're looking for a tuning shop?
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    You don't want to go much lower than 1" (or even going below 1") on stock struts for reasons of comfort and safety. Its just not designed to handle being that low. You def don't want to slam your car to the earth on lowering springs...you'll regret it.

    I would suggest the Eibach Pro Kit or H & R Springs if you're just looking for a lower ride height. We sell them both.

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