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    My '11 SWP Premium Sedan

    Just a couple quick pics after the wash. Just last weekend I got all my mods on. Car rides like a champ now. Those bushings sure were a pita though. Nearly two hours to get the stock ones out, and 5 minutes to put everything else back together and get the car off the lift. Next mod will likely be coilovers and a rim/tire package. Need to fill those gaps asap!

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    '11 SWP WRX: Cobb front/rear shifter bushings, Whiteline rear diff front bushings, Nameless axleback

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    I could look at SWP WRXes all day. Very nice.

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    Nice ride!

    So what kind of difference did the bushings make?
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    Quote Originally Posted by serenity_now View Post
    I could look at SWP WRXes all day. Very nice.
    The phone pics don't do it justice man. Need to get a good camera. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Calvinball View Post
    Nice ride!

    So what kind of difference did the bushings make?
    Its not significant, but I do feel less slop when changing gears under hard acceleration. Probably would make a much bigger difference with the entire kit instead of just the front or rear. Definitely doing the inserts on the rear though. LOL
    '11 SWP WRX: Cobb front/rear shifter bushings, Whiteline rear diff front bushings, Nameless axleback

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    good looking car
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    Quote Originally Posted by 11blackwrx View Post
    good looking car
    Thanks!
    '11 SWP WRX: Cobb front/rear shifter bushings, Whiteline rear diff front bushings, Nameless axleback

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