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Old 01-13-2013, 10:49 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Swifts are known to sit level without spacers...just sayin
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Forester Swifts? This thread is about WRX takeoff struts/springs the OP has. But yes, SG Swifts over good stock Forester struts is a great setup.

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Stan bad would the sti spec pro kit be?
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WRX springs and struts are not narrower, just shorter.

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I was talking about he wrx. Swift has springs for other cars besides foresters. And wrx swifts on wrx struts will give the same result.
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