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This is a discussion on ---<{{{The Official Wagon Thread}}}>--- within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i found a company called next generation kits. they are pretty reasonably priced also. they're located out west. Subaru Impreza ...

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    04 wagon carbon fiber

    i found a company called next generation kits. they are pretty reasonably priced also. they're located out west. Subaru Impreza :: Subaru :: Japanese Cars :: Next Generation Kits | Body Kits and Ground Effects
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    So i'm dreaming of new suspension goodies. Anyone one have experience with the RCE Wagon Springs? IAG Performance: Racecomp Engineering Street/Track Wagon Springs

    Probably going to mate those with some Tokico D-Spec struts....
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    those are what's on Josh's wagon- great springs for someone looking to push the performance end of things a little (while still maintaining a daily driver. Josh's were mated to Koni's, my guess is they would work well w/ the Tokico's too

    you just missed out on a group buy TIC had running on these a week or so ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    those are what's on Josh's wagon- great springs for someone looking to push the performance end of things a little (while still maintaining a daily driver. Josh's were mated to Koni's, my guess is they would work well w/ the Tokico's too

    you just missed out on a group buy TIC had running on these a week or so ago
    That's just my luck. This past week my place got hit by a bad storm killing my mac mini, xbox 360, and cable modem. So I was internet free for a week and a half.

    But thanks for the review, I think I'll be headed that way for my new setup.
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    well heres my 02 wagon and i couldnt be happier with my first subie. whatcha all think?






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    Quote Originally Posted by Devious1Josh View Post
    Just some pictures of the wagons!

    Is that a Ford Gran Torino behind you?
    I work on vehicles that make 650hp and 2400ft/lbs.

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    yes it's a gal that started autoxing 3-4 years ago and she has stuck w/ the same car, it is by no means a good autox car but she does a commendable job of getting it around the course
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Me View Post
    well heres my 02 wagon

    That baby looks brand new,Bugeyes FTMFW !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    yes it's a gal that started autoxing 3-4 years ago and she has stuck w/ the same car, it is by no means a good autox car but she does a commendable job of getting it around the course
    I work on vehicles that make 650hp and 2400ft/lbs.

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    '03 Bugeye Wagon

    Brand new father of this beautiful baby girl:




    Flush... kinda :P







    STi spring/strut assembly and sway bars. Everything else is stock... but not for long
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    I don't think i've ever posted my wagon over here!










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    Holy **** man.... Consider me jealous...

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    got some used rims and tires, slight rubbing in front with 225/45/17


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    WGNWHEEL -looks nice What were you able to squeeze underneath w/ the flares?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    WGNWHEEL -looks nice What were you able to squeeze underneath w/ the flares?
    Depends on if i'm using the works or rotas, due to offset. with the works, i can fit 275/17's. The rotas, i can squeeze a 265/35/18.

    I can tell you, that the 255 R888 is almost wider than the 275 Bfg R1. I was really suprised. Car feels good with the 255 R888's but they could be a bit grippier and consistent.
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