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Old 05-14-17, 06:26 AM   #71
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Default Re: Switched from Prodrive to RCE springs?

Finally, received a suitable design for a new, front, gd/gg sti dual-rate spring - 245lb/in linear, in its normal operational range.
8mm lower front ride height, than 05-07sti Prodrives - same as an RB320.
Longer front spring, free length, to properly accommodate Koni inserts and other non-inverted.
Matching bump stops - front and rear - for inverted and non-inverted.
Working on the dual-rate rear design.
Looking to maintain a degree of forward rake - similar to the RB320.

Watch this space.

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