Project GD Subaru STI Part Two- Performance Suspension, Wheels and Tires

In the last installment of Project GD Subaru STI, we set about replacing our car's worn out bushings, ball joints and tie rods with some trick stuff from Whiteline.  We also reduced the anti geometry in our front suspension and raised our front roll center while making everything fully camber adjustable.  For this edition we will finish off our suspension by adding some high performance KW Clubsport coilovers, some chassis reinforcement and some Advan wheels with sticky Falken 615K tires.


 

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