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This is a discussion on Suspension talk [2002 - 2007 WRX] within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by mmiller2002 RCE Springs are good, too. Add Koni inserts and you will be great for the street. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmiller2002 View Post
    RCE Springs are good, too. Add Koni inserts and you will be great for the street. I love mine, and it is pretty good for the occasional track day, too.

    Coil-overs have got to be overkill and not well suited to daily driving.
    Thanks for the Input. Really appreciated. Any chance you can throw some links at me? Or pictures of yours?

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    I find my ride height perfect for the street. I don't rub parking curbs :-)

    Racecomp Engineering : Suspension - 02-07 Impreza WRX - Subaru

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    '02 WRX Wagon
    RCE wagon springs
    Koni inserts
    Com-C Top Mounts
    Kartboy Endlinks
    Sedan rear swaybar
    Others little stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmiller2002 View Post
    I find my ride height perfect for the street. I don't rub parking curbs :-)

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    Thanks for the detailed photos man. That doesn't look Half bad. Something like that is ideal for me with these Michigan roads.

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    The ride height is really perfect for the street. I have to laugh when I see the ultra lowered cars scraping everything, or have front end parts hanging loose from scraping. They've modified their cars so that they are totally impractical for street use.

    The ride and handling is great for me, but I do feel like I have to apologize to new passengers ;-)
    '02 WRX Wagon
    RCE wagon springs
    Koni inserts
    Com-C Top Mounts
    Kartboy Endlinks
    Sedan rear swaybar
    Others little stuff

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