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I talked to someone at Eibach today who said that the Prokit part #7714.140 for the WRX will work fine on the wagon. Some sites/vendors have said that it's for the sedan only, so this comes as a surprise. Any thoughts on this or does anyone run this setup?
 

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Well any spring that will work on a sedan will work on a wagon as well. Chances are that the rear of the wagon will ride a bit low due to the additional weight back there. It would be nice to have springs designed for the wagon, but that just isn't an option very often.
 

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I know that any sedan spring will actually fit on a wagon, but the spring rates are always the deal-breaker. I'd hate to make understeer worse or end up with a funky-handling car, but I guess the Prokits are stiff enough in the rear to prevent sag. They supposedly drop around 1" in the back. Hopefully the extra ~80lbs. in the wagon won't hurt anything back there w/ Eibachs.
 

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the weight difference is only about 80 pounds. unless you're doing some serious racing I'm guessing you won't notice the difference. and if you do, just take out the spare :)
 
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