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This is a discussion on Coilovers for 2011+ WRX Hatch within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; Hey everybody, I'm looking to get some decent coilovers for my 2014 hatch. I'm looking to lower my ride. I ...

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    Coilovers for 2011+ WRX Hatch

    Hey everybody,

    I'm looking to get some decent coilovers for my 2014 hatch. I'm looking to lower my ride. I think coilovers are a great start although some of you might have a completely different opinion. If so, I would like to get some suggestions on some good parts to use to lower my car. I am looking to stay somewhere around 1,000 - 1,200. If anyone got any suggestions please feel free to post 'em here. I'll appreciate it. Thanks

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    Coilovers IMO should be taken by your own criticism/experience. From all that I have read on forums and reviews, etc many think cheap coilovers are below $1k. However no one can document that claim or verify it.

    Until then, be your own critic and get a brand name that is reputable. It will depend also if you are tracking your car daily or if your car is a DD (daily driven) or both.. Majority of people do not track there car and if they do its very rare they do it daily or every weekend. To those who do track alot... should seek higher priced coilovers.

    Hope this clarifies a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itiswhatitisnt View Post
    Coilovers IMO should be taken by your own criticism/experience. From all that I have read on forums and reviews, etc many think cheap coilovers are below $1k. However no one can document that claim or verify it.

    Until then, be your own critic and get a brand name that is reputable. It will depend also if you are tracking your car daily or if your car is a DD (daily driven) or both.. Majority of people do not track there car and if they do its very rare they do it daily or every weekend. To those who do track alot... should seek higher priced coilovers.

    Hope this clarifies a bit.
    Thank you, a lot of good info.

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