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    On September 9, 2012. I purchased my 2010 Subaru Forester from Nalley Toyota in Roswell GA. It had 24,000 some odd on it when I purchased it. I have been slowly modding it to get it the way I like. In the nearly three years I've had it I've put nearly 50,000 miles on it.

    List of mods done thus far

    AEM dry flow air filter
    Rallitec plug wires
    NGK Iridium IX plugs
    Subtle solutions aluminum dead pedal
    Momo Subaru shifter
    Synthetic leather seat covers in front
    X touring aluminum alloy pedal kit
    Weather tech floor mats with Subaru Logos
    SPT oil filler cap
    Sparco Assetto Gara gold wheels 16x7.
    2010 WRX struts and 2010 WRX springs with Forester top hats
    Stoptech pads, centric premium rotors
    Power flex rear adjustable camber kit.
    White line roll center adjustment kit.
    19mm STI rear sway bar.
    Whiteline 22mm front sway bar non adjustable
    WRX upper control arms
    Kartboy front and rear endlinks
    Gray Carbon Fiber with red Subaru logo steering wheel overlay
    Front and rear carbon fiber badge over lay with red forester F badge
    Duralast Gold battery
    Grimmspeed light weight crank pulley
    Grimmspeed master cylinder brace
    Subtle solutions saggy butt spacers 3/8".
    AP Big Max Xcelerator Turbo muffler x 2 with magnaflow tips
    SPC 67660 adjustable camber control arms
    SPC 67655 adjustable toe arms

    Upcoming mods
    ISC N1 Forester specific coil overs 8k front 8k rear springs
    Power flex caster adjuster kit
    ISC coilover covers and rear extenders
    Rallitek Transmission insert
    White line diff cradle mount bushings
    Whiteline front diff bushings
    Prothane steering rack bushings
    Cusco power steering brace

    On 3-1-14

    I had WRX upper control arms installed and my rear camber kit transferred from the Forester upper control arms to the WRX ones.

    I also had the whiteline 22mm non adjustable sway bar installed in the front and kartboy front and rear endlinks installed. At that time I also had an alignment done.

    The car handles phenomenal now with just the right amount of stiffness.

    Next up will be the whiteline anti lift kit, whiteline steering rack bushings, and powerflex sub frame bushings (comfort ones).

    Forester F badge over lays added to the front and rear emblems.

    Gray Carbon fiber Subaru logo over lay

    Weathertech floor mat Subaru Logos

    The drive by wire kit that is installed in Imprezas and as part of the touring package on Foresters will fit an NA forester. Below is a pic of the Subtle Solutions dead pedal and the brushed aluminum alloy pedal kit from Subaru installed in my 2010 NA forester. Several people tried to tell me it would not fit/work. Subaru of America said it would so I tried it and it does work. Just so that everyone knows the stock pedal part number ends in 40 and this part number ends in 50. It is a direct OEM replacement. The brake pedal is just a cover and goes over the brake pedal like the stock rubber piece does. The gas pedal is one complete assembly and is held in with two bolts and the drive by wire sensor/pedal sensor or whatever it is called plugs into the top.

    The part number for this pedal kit is as follows.

    Accelerator Assembly 36010AG150
    Brake Pedal Cover 36023KE000

    Car as it sits today

    The next mods in the coming weeks will be the Grimm speed pulley, and possibly window tint.
    Last edited by 2010SubieFoz; Yesterday at 04:54 AM.
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