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PostSubject: lowering springs    Sat 27 Jun - 21:19

which lowering springs for a hawkeye wrx
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PostSubject: Re: lowering springs    Sun 28 Jun - 2:10

Take your pic Don

Tein S-Tech are about £140, Eibach Pro-Kit are about £220 or Prodrive, which are hard to get a hold of nowadays as they are no longer made
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PostSubject: Re: lowering springs    Sun 28 Jun - 10:12

thanks, il get searching
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PostSubject: Re: lowering springs    Thu 2 Jul - 12:13

Can personally recommend Eibach springs, they're nice ride and stiff enough to use on track.

Twins are meant to be crashy (never tried them so can't say for certain) and I think Eibach used to make the springs for Prodrive?? Either way, I'd definitely buy Eibach again
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PostSubject: Re: lowering springs    Thu 2 Jul - 14:59

got a set on order
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PostSubject: Re: lowering springs    Thu 2 Jul - 15:15

What you gone for??
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PostSubject: Re: lowering springs    Thu 2 Jul - 17:16

Tein Lowering Springs S.Tech
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