Swapping 02 Tein S Lowering Springs (Wagon) to an 03 Bugeye Sedan
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This is a discussion on Swapping 02 Tein S Lowering Springs (Wagon) to an 03 Bugeye Sedan within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hi everyone. I was just wondering if there will be any issues with this swap. I know the wagons weigh ...

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    Swapping 02 Tein S Lowering Springs (Wagon) to an 03 Bugeye Sedan

    Hi everyone. I was just wondering if there will be any issues with this swap. I know the wagons weigh more in the rear and stock springs on a wagon are longer. I found the Teins local for $100 used and I really need new suspension. If anyone could help me out and let me know if this swap is good or even possible for that matter before I go buy them.

    Thanks all,
    Jeremy

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    itll fit but save up and get better lowering springs on a aftermarket strut or coilovers.

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    Any recommendations on brand?

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    im running Epic springs with KYB struts. i like the setup. depends on your budget, if you need new shocks now or can wait to save, and low. im content with my setup for a daily driver.

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    I have RCE wagon springs with Koni inserts on my '02 wagon and love it. I've read nothing but good about RCE springs (sedan and wagon).
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