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What coilovers should I buy

Postby bevan89 » Fri Oct 18, 2019 5:21 pm

Hey I was looking at putting on some coilovers for my 1994 Subaru liberty wagon but I'm not sure what to get preferably I would like to get second hand if possible. Any recommendations?
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Re: What coilovers should I buy

Postby Stifull » Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:43 pm

My 07 GT came with TEIN coilovers and they are awesome. They are a total suspension system ! NO need for new sway bars, NO new alloy endlinks, NO ALK ...non of that stuff. I am used to performance suspension as my WRX has had all of the above upgrades done to it and the GT handles just as well as my rex.. Highly recommend Tein. Height adjustable as well as camber and firmness. Not sure which ones they are or how much they cost. They get a good wrap on the net. I saw some 2nd hand ones for sale on GC8/GF8 owners club on facebook. I suspect they may fit your LIB...
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Re: What coilovers should I buy

Postby bevan89 » Fri Oct 18, 2019 9:04 pm

Thanks for the advice I'll go check them out
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Re: What coilovers should I buy

Postby fedaykin » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:33 pm

I got TEIN Street Basis Z delivered from UK for $800
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Re: What coilovers should I buy

Postby Turtlez » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:29 am

On my GC8 wrx I put MCA Street Performance on the car, and while making the ride that little bit bumpier the car handled much better then its stock suspension.

Link Here: https://mcasuspension.com/products/street-performance-series

Recomended by my Mechanic, and for the price, I was not disapointed, fully fitted for 2200. Tein can be more expensive, but would probably also provide different results.
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