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    2013 SWP Hatch. Build since march of this year.

    Ive been admiring members and there progress layouts, thought i would do a miniature version. No Professional photography unfortunately, all photos are from an iPhone.
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    Bone Stock on the day i picked her up. And no i did not do that ridiculous parking job.
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    Perrin front strut bar.
    Grimmspeed Front license plate relocation kit.
    Cobb SF cold air intake.
    Cobb Front license plate bar
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    Red RokBlokz mud flaps with white logo. yeah yeah yeah rallyarmour is way better, which is what i will be buying once my springs arrive. Due to the fact that RokBlokz have zero bend ability and already scrape on speed bumps. definitely would not recommend this product.
    Tint, 25% in the rear and rear windows, 35% front windows, 25%windshield top bar.
    Painted my taillights.
    Plastidipped my rims glossy black.
    Also painted my calipers red, thought it matched the mudflaps well.
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    Taken yesterday, couple stickers, but thats it so far.

    On my mind:
    .Invidia catted DP
    .Magnesium blue Volk te37
    .Black Rally Armour mudflaps.
    .Springs..not sure which, recommendations would be nice, please.

    Thanks for looking!
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    Looks good !!!

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    Yeah, I actually really like the red flaps on white Subies, looks awesome.

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    Lookin good. Why don't you just make your own mudflaps?

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    Looks good man! About the springs. Depends what your looking for. I'm on eibach springs which are a very conservative drop. I just wanted to minimized the gap between the fender and wheel.

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    Looks like your headed in the right direction!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WrxPower View Post
    Looks good man! About the springs. Depends what your looking for. I'm on eibach springs which are a very conservative drop. I just wanted to minimized the gap between the fender and wheel.
    Yeah I'm the same, just trying to get rid of the wheel gap. I'll look into the eibach, thank you!

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    hey man, did your OEM Windshield have that "Frit" (black dots that act as a sun deterrent), If so how did your eyebrow tint work with that? I've seen it in the past where people try to tint over this and it ends up looking like crap because the tint doesn't stick between the dots. Getting my windows done next week and holding off on the eyebrow because of this. Haven't had this "frit" on any of my other cars I've tinted so never had the problem.

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    your talking about the top, middle section right? Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by McBill View Post
    hey man, did your OEM Windshield have that "Frit" (black dots that act as a sun deterrent), If so how did your eyebrow tint work with that? I've seen it in the past where people try to tint over this and it ends up looking like crap because the tint doesn't stick between the dots. Getting my windows done next week and holding off on the eyebrow because of this. Haven't had this "frit" on any of my other cars I've tinted so never had the problem.
    Sorry for the picture quality, only windshield shot I've got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatchaintwack View Post
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    Cool, That's actually not too bad. any troubles seeing out of that part?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McBill View Post
    Cool, That's actually not too bad. any troubles seeing out of that part?
    thats 25% and i don't have any trouble, adds a nice feel to the interior too.

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