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This is a discussion on yonaka coilovers within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; anybody use these or ever hear about them yonaka spec 2 coilovers Suspension - Subaru WRX 2002-2007/ 04 STi...

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    yonaka coilovers

    anybody use these or ever hear about them yonaka spec 2 coilovers
    Suspension - Subaru WRX 2002-2007/ 04 STi

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    yonaka

    i have never even seen anybody with these yet. i was thinking about giving it a try

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    Never heard of that brand. I would rather spend my money on something proven. Also, IMHO if your car is a daily driver and does not see the track often, coilovers are waste. A good strut and spring combo is the way to go.

    If you are willing to spend $1500 on some random coilovers. Why not get a proven setup. I would get something like this:

    Tokico Dspecs (w/spacers and rear adjustment extenders)
    RCE Blacks\Yellows (for a bit more comfort Swift Sports - Sti Version)
    Group N Top hats front/rear
    Camber Bolts
    WhiteLine Roll Center Adjustment Kit

    Find a good alignment shop and get one of those lifetime alignment packages. Get a really good alignment to your own specs..something like -1.5 front, -.5 rear, and 0 toe all round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c2bcoolwrx View Post
    never heard of that brand. I would rather spend my money on something proven. Allso, imho if your car is a daily driver and does not see the track often, coilovers are waste. A good strut and spring combo is the way to go.
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    unless...

    Unless you want the look that a coilover offers that this mentioned setup does not... in my case... I dont like the look of springs on a wrx. But if your in the same situation as I and like the lower look... I'm sure everyone will agree to spend a good chunk of change on GOOD coilovers (TiC, Cusco, Endura-Techs, Ohlins, and stay away from Tein. They blow... literally...
    Quote Originally Posted by c2bcoolwrx View Post
    Never heard of that brand. I would rather spend my money on something proven. Also, IMHO if your car is a daily driver and does not see the track often, coilovers are waste. A good strut and spring combo is the way to go.

    If you are willing to spend $1500 on some random coilovers. Why not get a proven setup. I would get something like this:

    Tokico Dspecs (w/spacers and rear adjustment extenders)
    RCE Blacks\Yellows (for a bit more comfort Swift Sports - Sti Version)
    Group N Top hats front/rear
    Camber Bolts
    WhiteLine Roll Center Adjustment Kit

    Find a good alignment shop and get one of those lifetime alignment packages. Get a really good alignment to your own specs..something like -1.5 front, -.5 rear, and 0 toe all round.

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    What about the brand Megan? mmmmm I don't have $1500 to spend....can you recommend a good less expensive coilovers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSubielove View Post
    What about the brand Megan? mmmmm I don't have $1500 to spend....can you recommend a good less expensive coilovers?
    This is a 2009 thread. Pretty sure it's dead.

    To answer your question, if you don't have $2k to spend on coilovers, you don't really need coilovers. Megan Racing makes horrible quality coilovers. For lower budgets, first focus on a good set of tires, then look at adjustable swaybars, then a good strut/spring combo.
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    I notice that, but thought to just post to re-open the topic again. LOL.


    Anyways. I have brand new set of tires, only have 5k miles. Whats a good strut/spring combo that you would suggest around my budget range of less than $900. I'm really a carguru your help is greatly appreciated.

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    Do you happen to know what the stock wheel/fender gap for the 2003 wrx?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSubielove View Post
    I notice that, but thought to just post to re-open the topic again. LOL.


    Anyways. I have brand new set of tires, only have 5k miles. Whats a good strut/spring combo that you would suggest around my budget range of less than $900. I'm really a carguru your help is greatly appreciated.
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    Do you happen to know what the stock wheel/fender gap for the 2003 wrx?
    Stay away from Megan coils. They suck balls.

    Start your own thread, you'll get more hits, and more answers to your questions.

    You want to know what the fender gap is, get a tape measure
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Stay away from Megan coils. They suck balls.

    Start your own thread, you'll get more hits, and more answers to your questions.

    You want to know what the fender gap is, get a tape measure


    Ok, I'll take your advice in starting another thread.

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