ST 90888

ST Suspensions announce their performance coilover for the 2013 Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ.

The ST Suspensions coilover for the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ enables the owner to lower their vehicle 20-50mm on the front axle and 20-50mm on the rear axle and retains enough travel to handle maximum load and dynamic loads during driving. ST Suspensions coilover with its preset dampening rates permits customized lowering of the suspension and creates an optimized balance of sportiness, comfort and safety.

Important characteristics such as safety, quality and performance are all taken into consideration with each ST Suspensions coilover design. Each vehicle application is specifically designed and engineered for a proper range of motion, min/max weight loads and min/max lowering. All these requirements are met while retaining its performance handling characteristics. Each ST Suspensions coilover is constructed of zinc plated threaded strut housings and utilize a compression bumpstop with integrated dust boot for additional ride comfort and long term durability.

All ST Suspensions coilovers pass stringent German TUV safety and quality testing standards. Each kit is TUV approved.

ST Suspensions is a brand of KW automotive North America, Inc.

2013 Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ Part #: 90888 MSRP: $ 999.99

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