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This is a discussion on Coilover Kit 2012 WRX PRM within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; Hey guys Im lookng to buy a coilover kit if anyone knows of someone looking to sell. I have a ...

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    Coilover Kit 2012 WRX PRM

    Hey guys Im lookng to buy a coilover kit if anyone knows of someone looking to sell. I have a 2012 WRX PRM Hatch. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    What's your budget?
    This.

    Also, why have you decided on Coilovers over a good spring/strut combo? The majority of users that come looking for Coilovers don't really need coilovers. Unless you have replaced all of your bushings, strengthened your chassis, have aftermarket strut mounts, and are competing in AutoX or some other form of motorsport, generally you will not benefit from a coilover setup. In fact, unless you spend >$1800 on a set of GOOD and RESPECTED coilovers, your handling and ride quality will be compromised compared to a good spring/strut combo.
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    I don't mind the way my $1000 D2 coilovers ride, and it handles way better than stock and I can raise and lower to what ever I want and adjust the front camber very easily. If you don't mind a stiff solid ride get coilovers, when I have the dampening set to the soft setting it only rides a bit stiffer then my dads sti.

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