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This is a discussion on 2002 wrx coilovers within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; hey whats up im looking to buy some coilovers for my 2002 wrx any ideas please message me...

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    hey whats up im looking to buy some coilovers for my 2002 wrx any ideas please message me

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    Quote Originally Posted by wordwrx View Post
    hey whats up im looking to buy some coilovers for my 2002 wrx any ideas please message me
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    because my struts are shot and need to be replaced

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    Quote Originally Posted by wordwrx View Post
    because my struts are shot and need to be replaced
    Understood. What is your budget? What are your current suspension modifications?
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    i have tein springs on the stock struts they are really bad i'm looking to spend least amount of money possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by wordwrx View Post
    i have tein springs on the stock struts they are really bad i'm looking to spend least amount of money possible
    If that's the case, shy away from coilovers. You'll be spending $2K+ on a good set of coilovers, and you don't want to buy coils CHEAP and perhaps not used. Have you considered a good set of struts and springs? You can spend about $1K on a set of GOOD springs + struts which will provide far better handling and ride quality than coils in the same price point, even used!
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    Well here is the kicker I bought rear stock struts in hopes of changing the struts too so if I purchase front struts I should be able to use the springs I already have

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    Now I already have the stock rear struts what would you recommend too buy for the front struts

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    KYB GR2s are decent upgrades. There are always better, but you pay to play
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    Well I purchased the stock rear struts should I also purchase stock front struts or should I go with an aftermarket
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    If you decide on buying lowering springs instead I have a set of ksport loitering spring I'll be taking off this weekend they only have 3k on them... Pm me with email if you want pix of the drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wordwrx View Post
    Well I purchased the stock rear struts should I also purchase stock front struts or should I go with an aftermarket
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    Depends on what you want. If you want better handling, go with a stiffer spring and a better aftermarket strut. If you can get buy with something like an Eibach pro-kit, you can use the stock struts. I recommend Tokiko D-specs, but they're not cheap....
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