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post #1 of 7 Old 07-30-2007, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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Tein h tech coil springs

I don't have the money for coilovers yet, so I decided to purchase some springs and after researching the tein h-techs seemed like the fit what I was looking for. I just installed yesterday and I have no miles on them thanks to my mistake of re-using the stock nuts on the camber adjusting eccentric bolt (the nut threads pulled right out of the nut on the bolt). So as soon as I can get a new bolt I will share what the handling differences are. Here are some pics for now.


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i got them on my car and i love them
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the handling will not be all that different, a friend of mine has them on his ride and it seems that he has a alot more understeer.

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I hope the understeer isnt too bad, but we will see. Also, does anyone know the part # on the eccentric camber bolt for the front struts?
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looks really nice man! whats the ride height from center of the wheel to fender arch?
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looks really nice man! whats the ride height from center of the wheel to fender arch?
its appx. 14-1/4 front and 13-3/4 rear. I called subaru and it will take 4-6 business days for them to get that bolt, so I ordered it aftermarket and it should be here in 2 days.
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the handling will not be all that different, a friend of mine has them on his ride and it seems that he has a alot more understeer.
i love my handling on my h springs
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