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This is a discussion on WRX losing some weight within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Took the spare tire out and cleaned out any accessories out and on top of that trying to do the ...

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    WRX losing some weight

    Took the spare tire out and cleaned out any accessories out and on top of that trying to do the driver mod of losing weight. Any other descent things to take out?

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    See BigSky's thread on building his grocery getter. There are subframes to be removed or modded etc. and ways to shift weight along the chassis for better balance, but as far as the interior itself goes I'd leave it alone frankly.

    The driver mod is excellent. I can't think of a mammal species that's been tested and has not shown increased life expectancy with decreased caloric intake.
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