COBB 2008+ Subaru WRX and STI Sport Springs

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COBB is proud to announce the immediate availability of the 2008+ Subaru WRX and STI Sport Springs. The COBB 2008+ Subaru STI and WRX Sport Spring Kit is the best first step to a better handling and better looking car. The 7/8” drop front and 7/8” drop rear lowers the car’s center of gravity to improve cornering speed and response while also minimizing wheel gap for a sportier look. This aggressive stance reduces squat and wheel hop under hard acceleration. Custom spring rates provide the sport feel without being unnecessarily harsh or bouncy. Road course tested and real world approved, the COBB Tuning Sport Spring Kit is the best direct replacement spring available for your 2008+ WRX or STI.

Road course tested and real world approved, the COBB Tuning Sport Spring Kit is the best direct replacement spring available for your 2008+ WRX or STI. Click the link below for more pictures and information!

COBB 2008+ Subaru WRX and STI Sport Springs


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Eliseo Ramos on November 19, 2012 says:

Would I need camber bolts for these if I install them on my 2012 WRX?

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    Ian on November 30, 2012 says:

    Camber bolts aren’t required, but they can be helpful with a performance alignment!

    Ian@COBB

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James on March 28, 2013 says:

Does anyone have some pictures of a 2012 wrx sedan with these installed?

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Monty on November 27, 2013 says:

Why doesn’t anybody make a stiffer sport spring that keeps your cars ride height the same? We are not all 18 to 26 and we don’t all want to have nothing but lowered look and a crappy ride.

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    Marshall
    Marshall on December 18, 2013 says:

    A common upgrade on the GD chassis cars was to use the JDM STi Pink springs as they were stiffer and kept the same ride-height. Unfortunately I’m not sure if those are available from Subaru for the GR chassis cars. If you’re not looking for the amount of drop that our springs offer I’d recommend taking a look at the Regular Guy Springs from Racecomp Engineering.

    Marshall@COBB

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Noah on December 17, 2013 says:

How will these pair with Koni inserts and were these springs discontinued? I can’t find them in stock anywhere and they are no longer on your site.

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    Marshall
    Marshall on December 18, 2013 says:

    We haven’t tested these with the Koni inserts although the increased spring rate should match well with the slightly stiffer strut. They are currently out of stock however we should have them back in stock early next year.

    Marshall@COBB

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