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    what wheels are those?
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    This is seriously making me fear for my Enkei's. I'm living/working in NJ this summer....
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    It happened on 295 just south of exit 43 in the right lane if that helps keep anyone out of it.
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    My wagon ( well brought it for the wife )

    Hey,

    Im a newbie here so i though i'd post pics of my wagon. Only had it a week But ive installed coilovers and 19" wheels.. spent about 3 hours setting the suspenion up as the rims are 19x8's wrapped in 225/35/19 T1R's so had a bit of guard rolling etc to get them under there. Had to run about 2 1/2 degrees of camber and a 2mm total toe in the rear, 1 3/4 degree and 1mm total toe in the front. but handles like its on rails.








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    Great looking slammed wagon. Alot of work getting those big wheels mounted,but you have pulled it off.Your car is lower than frog balls.
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    Man this forum is slow!



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    I've read through the 116 pages of this thread a couple times now, but still seaching for my answer:

    '07 waggy, soon to have Epic springs and Whiteline sways. Will 17x8, +48 offset, 225/45/17 fit with no/little rub? Tires, for now, will be used Bridgestone RE070 STI takeoffs. I know it's a case-by-case sorta thing as far as fitment, but just looking for a basic answer, as I know lots are running springs with about 1" drop, and 17x8 or 18x8.


    Oh, and hi. Picked up the '07 wrx wagon last Wednesday.

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    I have an '02 wagon with springs that drop the front 1.25" and the rear about 1". I ran 225/45/17 Bridgestone RE-01R on 17x8 wheels with +48 offset for autocross. Fronts had no problems at all. For the rear, my left side rubbed a bit on the fender (my left rear always rode a bit lower than my right...don't know why). It only happened when making hard right turns. Anyway, so I took the black rubber piece off and rolled both rear fenders. No problems since. And rolling the fender is pretty easy. You just need a bat, heat gun and the scissor jack from your trunk. Oh, and some patience. It took me a little over an hour to do both sides.

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    Picked up my tires this evening, STI takeoff Bridgestone RE070 225/45/17. About to order me some wheels

    Hoping the Rota's 17x8 48 offset fits better than stock - too much gap with rear at proper camber for my tastes, and fronts are super low camber so I will have fitment issues up there without a bit of camber.

    Pics will come soonish.

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    stage 2?

    2010 wrx should i go to stage 2 ? if so what clutch

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2010roo View Post
    2010 wrx should i go to stage 2 ? if so what clutch
    stock clutch.

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    it seems like all the wagons are from jersey??
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    Cobb catback, cobb short ram with intake box, turbosmart small recirc valve, yellow tinted fogs.

    little bit older and a little bit more jaded.

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