November 30, 2022 1 min read
2022 brought new models in both the BRZ/GR86 and the Subaru WRX. Racecomp is your source for suspension parts for both of these cars.
The 2022 86 twins (Subaru BRZ and Toyota GR86) are largely carryover from the previous models, and the suspension hardpoints are the same. The cars do have different spring and shocks lengths compared to the older model, though, so although you can swap a full spring/shock assembly back and forth, you cannot mix and match the springs and shocks without unpredictable ride height results.
We love the new BRZ/GR86. The chassis rigidity improvements are great for handling, and with upgrades the added chassis stiffness is even more apparent.
You can find parts for the 2022+ BRZ and GR86 here.
The 2022 Subaru WRX is an all-new model, with a new engine (the Subaru FA24 turbo) and completely new front suspension. Because the new VB chassis car is based on the Subaru Global Platform architecture, it carries the same front strut setup as other SGP cars, which means sway bar end links that are attached to the front strut bodies instead of the control arms, and revised knuckles.
This changes mean previous-generation coilovers, springs, struts, or sway bars can't be bolted to this new car. We're working on redesigned parts as fast as we can; we hope to be able to offer coilovers and lowering springs for the new car in the near future, and expanded options
As soon as those new 2022+ WRX offerings are available, they will appear here.