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This is a discussion on Eibach Pro-kit Springs within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; I have set of Springs used about 200 freeway miles on them. Discription: Eibach Springs Pro Kit Vehicle: 2002 Subaru ...

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    Eibach Pro-kit Springs

    I have set of Springs used about 200 freeway miles on them.
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    Eibach Springs Pro Kit
    Vehicle: 2002 Subaru WRX Wagon
    $100 plus shipping

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    Interested. Give me an idea of shipping to 17345, and out of curiosity, why are you selling them when they only have 200 miles on them?
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    I am going back to stock springs. Like the OEM height for traveling with full load, going across country next month.

    Shipping should be 23.40 USD* I got that from UPS.
    I used 30lbs. Think they are lighter then this, so it should be cheaper to ship.

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    springs

    good price.

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    Still for Sale.. Looking good.
    They make the car handle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtXXX View Post
    Still for Sale.. Looking good.
    They make the car handle!
    They won't fit my WRX, but out of curiousity, how did you like the ride afterwards?

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    springs

    whats the drop 2 inch front and 1.5 rear? i am looking for aggressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr02 View Post
    whats the drop 2 inch front and 1.5 rear? i am looking for aggressive.
    No, the pros for the wagon are 1.1/1.1. You're thinking more along the lines of Sportlines by Eibach.

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    Stiffer ride

    Cornner better. Looks lower and feels tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drtXXX View Post
    Cornner better. Looks lower and feels tight.
    How about overall ride quality? The WRX is pretty spongey (but nice) by default so maybe it handles rides better.

    Like for example, how's going over RR tracks or driving on crappy roads...you know the kind...where the right side of the road is f'ed up and the left is good? That kind of thing.
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    Ride

    The Eibachs are like night and day for true performance compared to stock. Wips around cornners and does not have roll. Take offs are good as stops, response.
    They are not as plush as OEM.
    The car is about 1" to 1.25" lower in front and rear. Making the car look different.

    drtXXX

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    Would these fit a sedan?

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    Will fit 2002-2003 Subaru WRX Wagon Only.

    Sorry.
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    Eibach Springs are the most popular lowering spring set for the WRX. The Eibach springs lower your WRX, decreasing the center of gravity. This will make your car handle better and feel more respnsive. Manufactured according to ISO 9001 quality system as well as TÜV approved. 10 year product warranty.

    Drop springs for Wagon are 1.1inches in the front and 1.1 inches in the rear

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    I know you said they are for the 02 wagon but would they fit an 03 sedan? What are they shipped 28269?

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    $23 to ship to 28269.
    I do not know if they will fit you 03 sedan.
    These are like new springs. Paint is still there even the writing on the springs that says Eibach is there. I have the instructions and 2 stickers that came with the kit. I will ship to you in the original box.

    drtXXX

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