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    Registered User SilverSemoWrx's Avatar
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    2004 WRX Suspension Question

    Ive read and read as much as I can and cant find much. Looking for a good strut/spring combo. Im looking for a comfortable ride that is complete jello so i can still get good handling. I was looking at some KYB AGX's that were adjustable and maybe some Tein H-techs for the look of the car when lowered a little bit. Would this be a good combination? I will take any advice. I dont know much about good suspension. I dont want coilovers.
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    Registered User wreckingball man's Avatar
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    Tokico d-spec with H&R or Swift or RCE, just to get you started. You'll have to decide a budget and how far you want to go with it.

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    Registered User mmiller2002's Avatar
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    I'll throw out the Koni strut inserts and RCE springs combo since I know that is a great setup.
    '02 WRX Wagon
    RCE wagon springs
    Koni inserts
    Com-C Top Mounts
    Kartboy Endlinks
    Sedan rear swaybar
    Others little stuff

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