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This is a discussion on Agency Power Lowering Springs within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by anpato The H&R springs I found had good reviews and also provide the drop I want. The ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by anpato
    The H&R springs I found had good reviews and also provide the drop I want. The Spring rates are close to the RCE blacks, but before I jump the gun and order them Im going for a ride with someone who has both.
    I've already told you. RCEs. They are the best spring offering out there right now for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anpato View Post
    Just wondering if anyone has any expirience with these springs. I like the amount of drop they offer 1.25" F .75" R.
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    Any opinions on the Epics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anpato
    Any opinions on the Epics?
    They don't release their full specs (which makes it difficult for a buyer to make an informed decision). That said, they are more of a looks-oriented spring than performance.
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    Good to know, might make the jump to the RCE Blacks, just took a ride with someone who had em with the Koni shocks and ride quality was really good, not too firm but not soft either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anpato
    Good to know, might make the jump to the RCE Blacks, just took a ride with someone who had em with the Koni shocks and ride quality was really good, not too firm but not soft either.
    RCE makes some of the best springs on the market. You won't be disappointed, especially with the Konis...
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    Im also doing bigger sways and all of the underbody bracing possible.
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    RCEs are great springs but, IMO, aren't worth it. Cobb and Swift both make great springs for much less.

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    armin had epics and loved them... he had tried to talk me into them. Never rode in a vehicle with them though, so I can't provide more than hearsay.

    The two best on the market are Swift, and RCE. You can't beat them.

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    BTW... Swift springs are the most popular coilover spring on the custom setups... and with good reason. They have the longest most linear stroke available.

    Look at the TiC SST. They have swift springs.
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    Never heard of the swifts, and the Cobb ones are relatively new to the market, but from what I hear theyre good. Decisions decisions.
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    I went with the Cobb because i wanted progressive rates. Swift springs are the way to go if you want linear.

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    I get the basic understanding between linear and progressive, someone mind explaining it a bit better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinister
    BTW... Swift springs are the most popular coilover spring on the custom setups... and with good reason. They have the longest most linear stroke available.

    Look at the TiC SST. They have swift springs.
    AFAIK, Swift doesn't make the Swift Spec-R springs for '08+ WRXs, which are no joke (if I were to do it over again, I'd have bought them over my RCEs). Struts like the Koni Yellows or Tokico D-Specs beg for good springs.

    Quote Originally Posted by MightyP
    RCEs are great springs but, IMO, aren't worth it.
    Why are they not worth it? Myles puts out phenomenal products...
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    I just installed RCE Blacks and Koni Yellows Struts today. Ride is nothing short of amazing and it looks great:

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