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    Registered User WReXnFX's Avatar
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    Look at my new interior trim



    Took about a good 2.5 hrs to prep and install the STI Trim but it's definitely worth it. Every shift, makes you look at how it just shines in the cabin..
    02' WRX

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    nice..yea i got mine a couple of months ago..hey what kind of seats do you have...those look a lot different than mine...

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    nice. i like it

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    I want your seats.

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    Originally posted by Judah
    I want your seats.
    Seriously! Where did you get those seats???
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    Katzkin leather seat covers
    oh...and the hot chick in the passenger seat

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    You mean these seats?
    02' WRX

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    Why the nice STI trim with a ______ Razo shift knob?
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    I'm glad that you will no longer be confused as to where the gears are.

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    Originally posted by Bask Oner
    Why the nice STI trim with a ______ Razo shift knob?
    What's wrong with Razo? They make good quality products and I think it looks good in the pic.

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    I've seen quite a lot of Razo parts in my day, and every single one has been on a disgusting old beat-up Civic in NYC. This exposure, and the fact that I've never seen a Razo part sold by a reputable Suby dealer leads me to my ultimate conclusion - they're a subsidary of APC.

    The knob in the pic does look okay though.
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    Originally posted by Bask Oner
    I've seen quite a lot of Razo parts in my day, and every single one has been on a disgusting old beat-up Civic in NYC. This exposure, and the fact that I've never seen a Razo part sold by a reputable Suby dealer leads me to my ultimate conclusion - they're a subsidary of APC.

    The knob in the pic does look okay though.
    I respect your opinion but you can't compare Razo with APC! APC is american made trash whilst Razo is made in Japan by Carmate. Yeah, they are very common, just like PIAA is very common for bulbs. I've never seen PIAA sold by a Subaru dealer but they are still good bulbs right? Anyway, like I said I respect your opinion but I still like Razo stuff

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