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    Hey guys i have a 2013 sti sedan, I dropped it with just H&R lowering springs and its a little rough. Does anyone know if i can just replace the shocks with lowering shocks or do i have to go with coil overs which i hate..

    Please help if you know of any brands or recommendations.


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    Leave them be until they wear out. The only real option is getting them revalved by a company like Feal: - Feal Coilovers and Inserts

    The link for the '08+ service doesn't appear to be working, but '02-'07 is, and it will give you an idea what it entails.
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