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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 meant paint them flat black, duh! it just looks so ugly when it matches the car....

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    I meant paint them flat black, duh! it just looks so ugly when it matches the car.
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    If aesthetics was 1st, I wouldn't have bought a Forester!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahren
    oh my that wheel gap.... just about died.


    lower it and paint the side skirts.


    Well the problem is, even though I like the look and performance that comes with lowering it the fact that I live in the northwest makes it a hard choice. I don't really feel like being the local snow plow in the winter.

    change my side skirts from OBP to flat black? sorry man but we will have to agree to disagree on that one.

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    I'm hoping he was joking on that one

    Take a peek at the STi wagon specific springs- nice firm rates w/ very minimal lowering ~ 10mm- I've run them through some pretty rough winter weather w/o any problem. No problems w/ steep driveways, speed bumps and the like either, basically it puts ride height right at where the STi is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jambrose
    Well the problem is, even though I like the look and performance that comes with lowering it the fact that I live in the northwest makes it a hard choice. I don't really feel like being the local snow plow in the winter.
    Ohhh, come on man! Portland doesn't get any serious snow! Lots of ice though. I wouldn't worry about it too much, unless you're heading up to Hood on a regular basis. Even then it's probably not going to be a problem since they plow and sand so often. I've had mine on unplowed mountain roads, and it gets hairy with anything over 5", but it's manageable. DO IT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX
    I'm hoping he was joking on that one
    Yeah me too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester 2.5 XTi View Post
    If aesthetics was 1st, I wouldn't have bought a Forester!

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    totally just kidding, did a quick search here instead of google and i found the tutorial i was looking for.

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    yeah...i'm part of the club now

    06' wagon, Homelink, short shift, dealer installed leather seats, wheel locks, cargo trays, shock sensor, and an Apexi turbo timer (ultra clean install)

    12,500 miles - $21,000

    now i'm going to order some Prodrive springs for it and i need an exhaust...hmmm, aggressive but not loud and no rice
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    Noice! that's a good deal- who would have thoguht there was used 06's

    Scoobysport or Prodrive sounds like it might fill the bill for a muffler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX
    Noice! that's a good deal- who would have thoguht there was used 06's

    Scoobysport or Prodrive sounds like it might fill the bill for a muffler.

    i searched for it...and didn't settle until i found exactly what i wanted - however i will admit that the leather was a sweet bonus on this one - but i got my 1st of 2 color choices, the 5mt, and the price/miles - i did have to beat on them though to get it to $21k - there was some serious haggling going on


    So what vendor do you guys like to get crap from in the LA area or am i just hitting the .com places for the parts i need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by camino cielo
    Where's that lip from? Never seen a lip on a wagon before, very, very nice.
    Thanks, I got it from the Bozz Performance/BozzSpeed shop in the Bay Area. It's meant for the sedan, but with some patience and drilling, it fit right onto the wagon . The reason why the Chargespeed and V-Limited lips "won't fit" (as advertised as sedan-only on vendors' sites) on the wagon is because we're missing a couple pre-drilled holes in our front bumper...but with at least 2 people, a drill bit and some screws, it should fit no problem.

    And now for some better photos



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    RMD484, very nice wagon you have there

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedStage
    RMD484, very nice wagon you have there
    +1 on that its soo sexy
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    ATTN all wagon owners!

    Guys we have a chance to put our input in on designing a set wagon specific springs- as you know the choices are very, very limited.

    If you have ideas please post here:

    http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/suspension-wheels/145926-attn-all-wagon-owners-post1627970.html

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedStage
    RMD484, very nice wagon you have there
    Thanks RedStage...by any chance, you have the same username on i-Club? WRB '02 WRX wagon with bronze Sub-Zeros?

    Quote Originally Posted by dragonwrx1
    +1 on that its soo sexy
    Mahalos for the compliment, took me a while to find the look I wanted for my wagon

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    Thanks for looking.



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