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Raceland Subaru Legacy 4th Gen. Coilover Suspension Kit

System offers an ideal balance between performance flexibility and street comfort for ’03-’09 Subaru

Apr 12, 2016

As we go through life, the sports cars and sport compacts many of us daily drove as young guns become less and less practical. With maturity often comes a sensible ride, but the urge to have a sharp whip with equally sharp performance chops never truly goes away – and so we look for a happy medium. The boxer-engined, all-wheel-drive Subaru Legacy is a good example of a compromise for the enthusiast looking to get in a functional family hauler, and now Raceland offers a coilover suspension kit for the fourth generation Legacy.

Raceland’s coilover system features adjustable lower CNC-machined locking perches (spanner wrenches included), independent spring preload adjustment, and adjustable front upper camber plates to allow fine-tuning to the driver’s preference or driving conditions. Dampers and springs have been powder coated for an extra level of surface corrosion resistance, and the kit provides one to four inches of height adjustment below the vehicle’s factory ride height settings. All these features make for a kit that offers an ideal balance between performance flexibility and street comfort.

The Raceland Legacy coilover kit work with all 2003 to 2009 Subaru Legacy and are covered by Raceland’s limited lifetime warranty. Suggested retail for the set is $469. For more head over to www.raceland.com or give Raceland a call at (801) 365-1440.

Bob Hernandez
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