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suspension recomendation?

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#1 bluto5


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Posted 11 September 2009 - 11:05 AM

Hello all,

I am going to be swaping my 89 RX to 5 lug soon and I am looking for some ideas for shocks and springs or a coilover setup.

I am open to a subaru part swap that works really well or ideas for spring rates and dampening.

The car again is an 89 RX that is mostly gutted with an ej22t. Usage will be mostly hard street driving in the snow and some offroad driving/rallycross type event. Roads in my area are horrible with as much pothole and buckling as smooth road.

I would like as much or abit more travel than my rx has stock and some control over dampning though thats not mandatory.

If anyone has any ideas off the top of thier head or a good idea where to do some reading that would be great.

Thanks, Sam

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