Sunday, March 25, 2007

Bleevin's 2006 Subaru STI on RCE springs

I was looking for pictures of 2006 STI's lowered on RCE springs and I came across Bleevin's before and after pics of his SGM (Steel Grey Metallic) STI.
Before: Stock Suspension


After: RCE Camber Plates + Ohlins Fixed + RCE Springs


He's got more upgrades than just the springs that I'm planning for right now, but I think his pictures are the best for showing the kind of drop you get with the RCE springs. I'm looking forward so much to loosing that front wheel gap.

4 comments:

  1. That looks good.

    For owners that lowered their R32s a lot they needed to buy control arms in order to maintain an appropriate camber; is that true for the STI, as well?

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  2. No. There is enough adjustment available that nothing more is required. For those people who take it out on to the track and need additional camber adjustment, camber plates are a popular option.

    Since realistically I will only be using it as a daily driver on the street, I'll be fine with the springs only for now. In the future I hope to get the Ohlins fixed-perch struts.

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  3. Your pictures are being used for this ad. If you could flag or e-mail craigslist and have the ad removed. This is the second time this person has tried using other peoples pictures.

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