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Hot![FAQ]ST204 ride height with King lowered springs

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2021/09/19 09:58:33 (permalink)
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ST204 ride height with King lowered springs

Hi everyone, I have recently fitted King springs to my ST204 and measured the ride height before and after the change.
I hope this helps someone.
The measurement was made from the top of the wheel arch to the ground. 
The Delta numbers (under the triangle symbol) is how much lower the car is after the springs were fitted.
The springs I used are the L type, not the SL type.
The wheels don't rub and I am overall very happy with how it looks and performs.

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    Re: ST204 ride height with King lowered springs 2022/06/12 16:17:07 (permalink)
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    Hello what model number king springs did you use and do you have any pictures of the fitment ?
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    Re: ST204 ride height with King lowered springs 2022/06/12 16:32:44 (permalink)
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    Front - KTFL-51SP
    Rear - KTRL-86
    The wheels are Subaru 16" with 20mm spacers to fix the incorrect offset.


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