RaceComp "Yellows" Sport Lowering Springs | 2015-2018 Subaru WRX (RCE-VA360-WRX)

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2015+ WRX "Yellows" Sport Lowering Springs by RaceComp

RaceComp Engineering’s classic Yellow springs offer an excellent combination of function and form for 2015 WRX. With the release of the new 2015 twins, Subaru stepped up their game with an impressive chassis but left room for improvement.

Following an in-depth evaluation of the VA suspension, RaceComp Engineering Yellow spring rates are an aggressive 350 lbs/in front and 330 lbs/in rear that match the new OEM valving on the 2015 WRX. The Yellow spring set also retains more bump travel than competitior's springs by including new front and rear bumpstops and a drop of 22mm front and rear. The goal was to minimize the understeer these cars have from the factory and offer a spring that not only performs exceptionally at the limit, but also retains ride comfort to daily drive around town. The result is a car that handles extremely well from corner entry to corner exit.


  • Full Set of Lowering Springs
  • Front Lowering Rate: 350 lbs/in
  • Rear Lowering Rate: 330 lbs/in
  • Drop Rate: 22mm Front and Rear


  • 2015 - 2018 Subaru WRX

What's In The Box?

  • 2 - RCE "Yellows" Front Springs
  • 2 - RCE "Yellows" Rear Springs


  • RaceComp Engineering Limited Warranty

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jake H.
Love these springs!

Really liking the RCE Yellows so far. The ride is definitely a bit stiffer and I notice the extra responsiveness in the steering. Also less squat than before. The springs are paired with stock struts in the front and Bilstein B6 stock replacement struts in the rear. Overall the ride height dropped about an inch which is expactly what I was looking for. I couldn't justify getting coilovers as I really don't need the adjustability.