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Eibach Pro Kit Performance Springs
Eibach is well known in the industry for providing quality suspension pieces for a wide variety of applications. It was only a matter of time before they had products available for the popular 2015 WRX.
Pro Kit lowering springs give your vehicle a nicer look, reducing wheel gap, and also providing you the confidence you need in the corners to push your vehicle harder.
Front: 22mm ( .8 inches )
Rear: 24mm ( .8 inches )
Spring Rate (progressive):
OEM rates are 217lbs for the front and 308lbs for the rear.
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Eibach Pro Kit Performance Springs / 7727.140 Fits
2 customer reviews
Car looks way better. Little bouncy
Okay so my intention is not to scare you away from these springs but I am going to give you my honest opinion. So I have had these springs installed for about 4 months now and I like them. I wanted these because they are a progressive spring rate so they aren't too stiff. The pros are handling when on backroads is night and day compared to stock. They eliminate about half of the 3/4 wheel gap and change the whole look of the car for only $250. They don't cause any weird noises.They weren't that hard to install as it took me and a friend about 5 hours to install all 4 sides. Now the cons. You will feel just about imperfection on the roads but it isn't a harsh feeling, you just know that the bumps are there. You can't really have 4 people in the car because it will tend to bottom out on bumps. Car will feel about 30% stiffer causing it to have some bounce. Bump stops did not fit on my 2018 wrx limited with inverted struts. Instructions were not included. (Just follow the RCE instructions online). Try not to load your car with 4 people because its just too much weight, back end will bottom out on bumps on freeway and front will bottom out as well. With everything being said if I could go back knowing how they feel I would still buy them again because I love the drop of the car and the pros outweigh the cons. I mostly daily this solo and do backroads with 1 other person in the car and they are perfect. Front: alignement I set up the front with -1 degrees camber in front with stock camber bolts. Can be dialed out to 0 with stock camber bolts. Rear: alignment was within spec with -2.3 camber in the rear. Max camber that falls within spec is -2.4.
Removes a good amount of wheel gap. Springs take time to install safely so have the right tools or be ready to pay for 4 hours of labor. Definitely improves the handling over stock. Great low cost suspension upgrade.