Rough Road Set Up?. In Ca
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    Rough Road Set Up?. In Ca

    Are roads here in tahoe: suck bad and I need advice on set-up for BAD roads-I m new at WRX game so any tips will be rewarded CA style

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    ha ha..yeah roads where i live suck a lot too...what kind of ride are you looking for....stock suspension should be good enough for you not to feel the bumps...anything stiffer such as springs and or struts will make your feel like your going 4x4ing in the rocks. and if you have huge potholes in your area you can blow your struts remember it only takes one pot hole to ruin your day....and also you alignment will be shot too...
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    about the ruff roads.....in ca

    Im not looking for a rally set-up.....just a strut and spring combo that's has better dampening than stock but similar spring rates + a simple sway bar suggestion

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    Simple swaybar suggestion? Run without them ftw.

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