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post #1 of 8 Old 03-30-2008, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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cobb suspension stage 2??

hey guys i have a wrx 07.. i have a stage 2 ap..
do you guys think its a good idea performance wise.. to get the stage 2 suspension package??
im thinkin about going autox in the future but its my daily driven car..
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Stage 2 suspension from Cobb is the springs and sways? If so it wouldnt be bad at all. You would really only need the sway bars and endlinks though for a nice handling machine.

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The Cobb stuff is fine for a DD.
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I agree that you really don't need the extra strut bar. The sway with endlinks should be substantial. If you want a strut bar go for something cheaper than cobb.

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what about the springs??
do i still need to change the struts?
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Unless you want to change your ride height don't worry about spring or struts unless your turning this car into strictly a track car. The stock wrx springs/struts are good for a daily driver.

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The stock sturts will handle the Cobb drop.
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alryt. thanks dude
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