2019 WRX

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    Wrxrex

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    Hey subifam, does anyone know what the stock strut ratings are on the 2019 wrx?
    I’m looking to upgrade them but can’t seem to find what stock is anywhere.
     
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    Your car is still new so why replace them?
     
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    I’m upgrading them and the new Coilovers will allow me to lower the car a bit.
     
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    What do you mean by rating? Are you looking for the OE spring rates?
     
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    Yeah what are they out of the factory? I don’t have the ownerns manual.
     
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    Based on information I have with Subaru, the actual spring rates arent listed. It just says they've been increased for 2019 model years. One of my co-workers put BC racing coilovers on his '19 wrx and it looks really good. He says it drives slightly harder than stock.
     
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    Thanks Man, yeah I’ve had a really hard time finding those specs. I was looking at some BC or FactionFab Coilovers but I wanted to make sure they weren’t going to feel the same.
     
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