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    recommended wheel size

    Ok so I ordered me a 2002 wrx sedan from a couple states away should be here ina week or so but I wanna do a stock look to it or well I wanna use it for what its made for I dont plan on lowering it I kinda wanna do it rally spec in the future but what would be a good wheel size for it without having to stretch tires but yet have an aggressive look to it? If that makes any sense.. lol
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    ^yep. That's about the best you can do from a performance standpoint.

    If you wanna do rally in the future a generally stock suspension is good. Dirtyimpreza forums have a lot of good info from rally guys on setting up your suspension if you go that direction.

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    Rally spec? As in the rally look or actually build it for some hard dirt/ofroad thrashing? Either way 16's are going to fit the bill better for you. If you are really serious, either shave the calipers or grab a set of 4/2 pots and put 15 inch gravel wheels on it.

    Personally I think the stock 16's with some meaty tires on them looks aggressive if you are going for a rally look.

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    ^He said a rally car not a donk haha

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    yeah, I missed the "Rally Spec" part. If you want to go the route of Rally, 15x8s with 4/2 pots.
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