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This is a discussion on finally getting my options for my base 2012 WRX within the Everyday Impreza Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; So tomorrow i'm going to Subaru dealer appointment to install my foglights, arm rest extension, and rear wings, along with ...

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    finally getting my options for my base 2012 WRX

    So tomorrow i'm going to Subaru dealer appointment to install my foglights, arm rest extension, and rear wings, along with my oil change. I'm excited but I am having second thought about the rear wing. Help me decide..?
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    How can we help you? It's your car, do you like the look of the wing or not? No need to justify your tastes to a bunch of people on the internet...
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    I like the look of the rear wing after seeing enough WRX around. Man....it looks really good. But is it functional? I also would like to get AP COBB which is far more functional. AP vs Rear wing...that's where am at...practicality vs the looks!
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    Are you talking about the WRX rear wing option or an STI wing? I personally think the wingless look is best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx View Post
    I personally think the wingless look is best.
    That's just the Negative Nancy talking...
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    WRX rear wing option....I don't like the STI rear wing to "rice" for me even for an asian guy like myself No offense to the STI community!
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    Wingless is better.
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    Get the wing it sets the rear end off

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    Update: so I'm seating currently in the dealership for an Hour now and decided to stay 'wingless'. So while waiting I asked the service guy about their performing services towards cars that are 'mods'? They say 'they actually sell AP COBB + SPT intake even CAI and 'I'M Like Are you serious!' All this time I was worried about Modifying my car yet this dealership actually markets it and even perform services on it so long cars I did not completely redo the engine block with many illegal parts on it or aren't too obvious. The Guy in charge don't show up till 9 so I'm anxious to talk with him.
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    They sell SPT intakes? Run.
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    Get the wing ! I've got an STi and it looks great !

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    Must be nice the only thing my dealership is ok with is a cbe
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    Update: This dealership is awesome. I end up buying in addition to--the Cobb AP plus they were able to
    Order at wholesale discount online Cusco lower chassis brace, Kart boy end-links front and back, and Eibach front/back kit sway from rallysportsdirect. All parts come in next Tuesday. Woohoo!!
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    Yah I couldn't be happier knowing not all Subaru
    Dealerships are bunch stuff. They earned me as Customer for a long time...-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr2012WRX View Post
    Yah I couldn't be happier knowing not all Subaru
    Dealerships are bunch stuff. They earned me as Customer for a long time...-
    What is their track record on honoring warranty claims after said parts are installed?
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