(no longer) Up for sale is a complete suspension setup for any 02-07 Impreza, including WRX (wagon or sedan), STi, or Outback Sport.
- Koni Sport (Yellow) shock inserts (including mounting hardware and adjusters)Rears have approx 3000 miles on them: mainly light duty, get around town usage, plus a half dozen autocross eventsFronts are new: I had them replaced on warranty, and I returned the car to stock before ever installing them.
- OEM WRX Wagon strut bodies (which are preferred to sedan bodies because they provide more camber due to their strut bolt positions). These have had their original stock spring perches professional machined off to reduce both weight and to allow for full range positioning of the ground control sleeve perches.
- D_Rex bump extenders (D_rex Koni strut extenders) which provide for more bump travel (if you don't already know, you want this on this setup).
- Ground Control sleeves and adjuster hardware
- Eibach springs from Ground Control (2.5" inner diameter barrel springs, which alleviate spring bending as the shock articulates so they do not rub the threaded sections of the ground control sleeves)Front: 9" ~315lb/in.Rear: 9" 280lb/in
- Appropriate bump stops from Ground Control: Ground Control - Foam bump stop ($12.00ea)
- Ground Control camber/caster plates: front L and RThese provide for both camber and caster adjustment and have a nice, high mounting point so as to accommodate lowering without sacrificing travel.
Not included: Rear top mounts: I used my stock rear top mounts (I have an 05). You can do the same.
I returned the car to stock before moving from CA to Chicago, and I have decided to sell my extra suspension. It was a great setup for both daily driving (though I did not do much of that due to a transit commute) and a locally competitive autocross STX setup. Those concerned with aesthetics would find that the car sits a bit lower than stock, but not so low as to compromise suspension travel at these spring rates. Ride firmness is a bit firmer than Sti stock springs, which I have also tried (225F/190R, but are progressive coil springs, whereas these are linear at 315F/280R).
Priced to move: 1000 + shipping: [selling as a complete set. pricing rationale: koni inserts: 400 + wagon struts: 100 + GC sleeves, springs, & plates: 500]