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This is a discussion on CF STI wing on a WRX within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Looks like a transformer sorta. Maybe if it were painted i would be diggin it......

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    Looks like a transformer sorta. Maybe if it were painted i would be diggin it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    I'm not a fan of the entire Zerosports-style wing being CF. Maybe if it was mostly painted except for the top portion, it'd look better.

    The car overall just looks like a bunch of parts thrown together without any thought into how well each of the parts flows with one another. Just because some parts look cool doesn't mean they'll look cool with everything else. The car is also in desperate need of a looks like a 4x4.
    Don't you just hate that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian
    Don't you just hate that
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    Are you buying carbon parts for performance or image?
    Lets get real. Carbon should be painted. With VERY few exceptions.

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    i think hes doin it for both and he likes the carbon fiber look...

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