This is a discussion on 2005 wrx coils or springs within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i have an 05 wrx that im looking to get either coilovers or lowering springs. Which should i rather get? ...
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If the vehicle is a street car, struts/springs.
If the vehicle is a street car with some motorsports, struts/springs.
If the vehicle is a track car with some street time, struts/springs or coilovers.
If the vehicle is a track car, coilovers.
Where do you fall?
EJ said it best above. Depends on what you are really looking for out of your car.
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i guess the street car is the best one
Epic engineering springs have a great reputation, look great, good moderate drop, and work well with OEM struts.
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