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This is a discussion on RallySport Direct's 2015 WRX Build within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; My stock wheels weighed 21.8 lbs...

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    My stock wheels weighed 21.8 lbs
    Perrin shifter bushing, nameless muffler delete, Cobb stg. 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by huitt06 View Post
    My stock wheels weighed 21.8 lbs
    Interesting, we did not weigh ours as they still have the stock tires on them, but that would be awesome if the stock wheels are only 21.8 lbs, that's really not too bad at all!

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    Ya I kept stock tires and threw on set of kasel rims (14.4 lbs)
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    Man this build is so awesome.

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    Thanks for the comments guys! and 14.4 lbs is featherweight! That would be awesome on this car!

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    Ya feels a bit easier on acceleration....not my favorite look but I'm a function type of person lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by huitt06 View Post
    Ya feels a bit easier on acceleration....not my favorite look but I'm a function type of person lol
    I'm in the same boat. Of course I want things to look good, but I would generally take function over look any day of the week

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    Nice Looking 2015 looking good

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    Thanks! and make sure to check out our STI build as well, its getting some serious upgrades currently

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    This CWP color is growing on me. I've got a Moonlight White G37 right now, but I'm wondering if the WRX will have the random orange specks in the winter time like the G37 does. It drives me nuts and I have to clay bar to get them out. I wonder how the CWP will hold up...?...
    I can't get DGM since my wife has the XT in that color. I'm between WRB w/ white or bronze wheels and CWP w/ bronze wheels (TSW Nürburgring)
    Don't mind me...just talking to myself.

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    Nice, I have the same rims on my DGM hatch

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    The orange specs are iron debris. All vehicles get them but they are much easier to see on a white car. You can use something like CarPro Iron X to get the deposits off easily. The only bad part is this stuff smells awful! You will never forget the smell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakerdozer View Post
    The orange specs are iron debris. All vehicles get them but they are much easier to see on a white car. You can use something like CarPro Iron X to get the deposits off easily. The only bad part is this stuff smells awful! You will never forget the smell!
    Thanks, yeah...been meaning to try that stuff. So far I've just been using the clay bar. Michigan isn't the best place for a white car. I've learned that pretty quickly.

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