Maybe I'll hold on to these springs then... I'll drop them in and see how she sits. Car weight and balance is basically the same, so if the suspension geometry hasn't changed, I can't see how these wont work. I think a 0.8-1.0" drop along with these wheels I still have will look awesome.Subaru's engineers also made a slight increase to the rear track. The geometry of its strut front suspension is unchanged. There's still some body roll but less than before, and the compliance of the suspension feels right as Speed bounces the car off the track's tall curbs and runs it out over the rumble strips.
This is only available on the AT cars, the MT has a blank in the centre of the three button area.GR86 - just came in - suspension is hard and stiff. standard/MT. My 1986 supra had suspension adjusters (a button). Can't quite figure that out or if it exist. The original design had a center "third" button for (sport/snow), but did not seem to make it into the main production model.
So far, 3 days, fun - go cart on the freeway!