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Do you want to lower for looks or performance? If performance...

Springs will run $1000+ when you factor in struts, alignment and possibly tophats/plates.

Coilovers will run $2000+.

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I have read a lot of reviews on KSport coilovers, they seem to offer a pretty good product. I havent heard a bad review and a lot of happy evo owners, now I havent seen one for the WRX yet but other brands people seem to be happy with them. They are right around $1,000 and have adjustable camber plates up top with them. I am not going for performance suspension on my 2011 mainly just looks with it as I have other cars for track/fun use so I think I will try them out. Plus it lets me transfer my 2011 suspension into my poor little 2008 with ****ty stock suspension.
 

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I'm mainly looking for looks and some decent handling improvements, but the new wrx's do have a really
Good suspension set up.
Looking to spending bout 1000-1200 for really good suspension.
 

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TylerSubbie19 said:
I'm mainly looking for looks and some decent handling improvements, but the new wrx's do have a really
Good suspension set up.
Looking to spending bout 1000-1200 for really good suspension.
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TylerSubbie19 said:
Is the setup or different setups? ^
That's springs, struts, caster/camber-adjustable tophats (for the front), and the necessary alignment.
 
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