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This is a discussion on TiC Tok Suspension Kit within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX your rear top choice is dictated by the spring you run- if you run ...

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    Registered User c2bcoolwrx's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    your rear top choice is dictated by the spring you run- if you run a 02/03 style spring then you must run a 02/03 style top, if you run a 04+ style spring then you must run a 04+ style top.

    a 04+ top won't fit onto a 02/03 style spring and vice versa
    IC. Thanks for the help.

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    COBB Stage 2 Suspension Kit

    I'm trying to install Cobb's stage 2 suspension kit.
    But th emechanic told me that for an 06 WRX it takes 6 hours to just put the springs!? Total of $700.
    He said putting front and rear sway bars would be even more.

    How can this be? He said the springs needed to be put in a compression machine for proper fitting. From what I've seen on YouTube it seems fairly easy an the guy in the video did it in 7mins for an EVO 8. I figured the strut type cant be that different.

    Could somebody please tell me how much it costs for a suspension kit to install, and what is the deal with the springs?

    Thank you!
    Last edited by Trueno Azul; 01-28-2009 at 11:24 AM.

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    A competent mechanic can easily have springs done in 2 hours. You should be looking at ~$250 with an alignment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx wagone View Post
    A competent mechanic can easily have springs done in 2 hours. You should be looking at ~$250 with an alignment.
    +1 Shouldn't be a difficult job. I just rented some spring compressors from autozone.
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