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post #31 of 36 Old 02-27-2006, 12:40 AM
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Front & Rear sways & front struts yes. Rear strut no

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rear strut bar is not the same for the wagon. make sure it's for the wagon when you get one. sway bars too!
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The sway bars are interchangable, im running the sedan 20mm rear bar on my wagon, and the rear strut bars will fit with modification

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I ran this weekend in an autoX. my friend also went, he has a sedan w/wider wheels and tires and stiffer springs. and my times were better than his
oh if you ever have the oportunity to autox, do it, its a flipp'n blast!
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The biggest advantage of the sedan in the handling dept is the availability of suspension parts over the wagon BUT w/ careful work/selction a wagon will handle right w/ any sedan
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