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This is a discussion on suspension NOOB!! within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey everyone im the owner of a 2010 wrx.... all im looking for is to lower the car onto the ...

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    suspension NOOB!!

    hey everyone im the owner of a 2010 wrx.... all im looking for is to lower the car onto the stock 17" wheels to fill in the space between tire/fender at the same time im not looking to have any rubbing issues, and still want the car to be able to handle potholes/dips etc.. any setup info would be great along with price estimates..


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    I have a '12 with Eibach Prokit lowering springs retail is about $230 new dropped the car a good amount definitely killed the stock body roll and acceleration/braking movement a good amount but compared to stock springs hitting potholes feel alot harder but if you go this route I have about 2-3 fingers of gap (depends on whose fingers) and its never rubbed but some speed bumps will obviously be a challenge. If you choose to go coil overs I would spend the extra money and get something quality that is adjustable.
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    thanks EJ257... im liking those 2 sites..

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