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    Mitch's 14' SWP WRX Sedan

    Well, I guess its never to late to start a picture thread right? Most of what I wanted to do is done, but I'm sure It will never stop! haha. I'll do my best to update pictures frequently as more mods come in or when I make changes. Anyways, here is my WRX I'm open for any advice or opinions, let me know what you think.

    The day I brought her home:



    And now! (Recently after installing coil overs)




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    Hey Mitch I love the Rex bro, looks mean and clean!

    Just a question though... what are those rims and also... how did you get those side-emblems? Was that paint or plasti or did you order something and add it on? Thanks dude!
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    Thanks man! The rims are 18" Bremmer Kraft Br10's. I didn't know this before I bought them, but they are basically a replica of Ray Gram Lights 57xtreme. As for the fender badges I custom ordered them here:

    https://www.customcarbonandvinyl.com...&product_id=80

    They are real carbon fiber and nearly just as cheap is the other sets sold by RSD or Subaru. Takes a while for them to process but well worth the wait!

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    Really clean, nice work so far! I'm going to have to look into some of those carbon fiber badges.
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    Looks nice man!
    Drive like hell, you will get there faster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch08WRX View Post
    Thanks man! The rims are 18" Bremmer Kraft Br10's. I didn't know this before I bought them, but they are basically a replica of Ray Gram Lights 57xtreme. As for the fender badges I custom ordered them here:

    https://www.customcarbonandvinyl.com...&product_id=80

    They are real carbon fiber and nearly just as cheap is the other sets sold by RSD or Subaru. Takes a while for them to process but well worth the wait!
    thank you very much bro!

    silly question but did you put them on after replacing the stock ones or did those go over them?
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    Thanks everyone! They are replacements germ! You get everything you need when you buy them, just need to take the old side fender garnish off (remove the nasty tape, hardest part) and apply the new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch08WRX View Post
    Thanks everyone! They are replacements germ! You get everything you need when you buy them, just need to take the old side fender garnish off (remove the nasty tape, hardest part) and apply the new one.
    ah ok fantastic!

    thank you bro!
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    Just a little update, Finally bit the bullet and bought something I've always wanted! Tial 38mm EWG with GS 3-Port. Can't wait to install it come next week!! Also plan on thermal wrapping my downpipe while I'm at it.
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    I have the same Up Pipe EWG and ECBS setup as you. After a protune, it is amazing. No more boost creep and PO 244 codes.

    I have to say though, that GS bracket to keep the internal wastegate closed is short. Mine bent as I tightened it, because it was too short.

    Wrapping your downpipe(or any exhaust component) will cause premature failure due to heat retention.

    If you are worried about underhood temps, I would look in to having your exhaust coated. I notice your GS up pipe is coated.
    14 sedan: Protune: 318AWHP 344ft lbs up pipe, Tial EWG, AEM intake, Cobb AP V3, 3" TBE, Avo FMIC, Turbo Smart bpv, Aem air fuel gauge,Cobb knob,Perrin Pitch Stop mount, SPT front strut tower brace, K-Sport coilovers@1.5" drop. Eibach sways, Perrin Spherical end links, Cusco subframe brace, White Line sway braces, Perrin sub frame bushings.

    07 Duramax LBZ- 26psi,intake, TBE, Diablosport programmer, Edge Insight with EGT, EGR block off, BD exhaust manifold, PPE fuel valve.

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