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Subaru Legacy Coilovers [GS]

Subaru Legacy Coilovers [GS]

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$1,685.00
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Subaru Legacy Lower/ Lift Suspension

 WE CAN OFFER ANY SPRING RATE FROM 50lb-1600lb, JUST ASK US FOR HELP

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Designed for on-road lowering and lifting
  • Optimized for a height range of 1.5" lower to 1.5" higher than stock
  • 2 Front Assemblies
  • 2 Rear Assemblies
  • Upright shocks
  • Radial bearing on Front Assembly
  • LPS Barrel springs on front
  • LPS Linear springs in rear with helper springs
  • OEM spec front travel
  • OEM spec rear travel
  • Highly Polished Electro-Plated Nickel Cartridge
  • Rebuildable Shock
  • Linear rate piston
  • Stainless Steel Shims
  • Light Weight Synthetic Shock Oil
  • Rebound Adjustable : 20 pts
  • Rubber bushing rear upper mounts
  • Brackets for Sensor Lines on shock body
  • Individual Parts Available

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Do I need to add subframe spacers?
A: As the lift is minimal, you will be within spec of the OEM geometry, and spacers will have an opposite effect when lowering ride height. We would recommend rear lateral links (control arms) to dial in rear camber.

Q: Should I get comfort or sport springs?
A: This depends on what you're after, for a more touring feel, opt for our comfort series. If you want to increase handling, our sport spring is about 15% higher rate than the stock springs.

Q: Will the GS Lite work with my [brand] strut spacers?
A: 
We don't recommend using a spacer on this suspension.

Q: Can I get different spring rates as I carry a lot of gear and tow?
A: 
Absolutely! Just tell us what rate you'd like in the order notes

Q: Can the shocks be rebuilt or do I have to buy replacements?
A: 
These are completely rebuildable, by us or anyone with nitrogen

Q: What's the difference between these and the GR Lite?
A: 
The GR Lite uses a longer travel shock, which when lowering with greatly reduce compression travel, or could give too much travel when lowered, causing your tire to contact the fender or inner fender area. The GS uses the same travel specs as the OEM suspension to optimize a +/- 1.5" ride height change in either direction up or down.

 

Subaru Legacy Light Duty Offroad Suspension

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WE CAN OFFER ANY SPRING RATE FROM 50lb-1600lb, JUST ASK US FOR HELP

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Designed for light duty offroad
  • Optimized for 2" lift (lifts up to 3")
  • 2 Front Assemblies
  • 2 Rear Assemblies
  • Subframe spacers included (10-Up only)
  • Upright shocks
  • Radial bearing on Front Assembly
  • Linear Rate Springs 
  • 7” front travel
  • 7” rear travel (8" on 94-99)
  • Highly Polished Electro-Plated Nickel Cartridge
  • Rebuildable Shock
  • Linear rate piston
  • Stainless Steel Shims
  • Light Weight Synthetic Shock Oil
  • Rebound Adjustable : 20 pts
  • Rubber bushing rear upper mounts
  • Brackets for Sensor Lines on shock body
  • Individual Parts Available

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Do I need to add subframe spacers?
A: Generally they're at required over 1.5” lift

Q: Which top mount should I choose?
A: We recommend the OEM Hybrid, but read this

Q: Should I get comfort or overload springs?
A: The ONLY time we recommend overload is for rear tire carriers or towing, or both.

Q: Will the GR Lite work with my [brand] strut spacers?
A: 
We don't recommend using a spacer taller than 1"

Q: Can I get different spring rates as I carry a lot of gear and tow?
A: 
Absolutely! Just tell us what rate you'd like in the order notes

Q: Can the shocks be rebuilt or do I have to buy replacements?
A: 
These are completely rebuildable, by us or anyone with nitrogen

Q: What's the difference between these and the GR40?
A: 
The GR Lite uses a standard upright shock like OEM. It is based on our SR entry-level sport suspension so it has a more road friendly manner for daily drivers. It is valved a bit softer than the SR, so it does respond better to rough terrain. However, the GR40 is a motorsport suspension first and foremost, lift is just a byproduct of the design. The shocks are either inverted front and rear, or inverted front with a rear upright shock with external reservoir (depending on application).

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