Try this thread at socalsubies.com: http://www.socalsubies.com/forums/sh...=4250&page=115
They have a few others that I haven't looked into quite yet. But it's a start.
That sounds great. I'll check around the area and see if there aren't already some. If not... we can start rallying the troops in the area. I know there are quite a few WRX's and STi's in my neighborhood that I see out on the road. My brother-in-law has a 2004 STi. There are also some guys that work in a shop by my work that build exhausts for bikes. They have two STi's. I'll check with them. One of em is a Stage 3. Holy crap he's put a lot of money into that thing (2006).
I want to but haven't gotten out there yet. I have the carbotech pads now so I just need to get out there to try them. My hubby and I were talking about doing an autocross soon. I'm sure there are plenty of people on here who have done track days with their newer rex's. I'd search for threads on the topic.
The gym that I go to after work has a parking lot that is notorious for car thefts. So I use the anti-theft when I go there a couple times a week. Just in case. I haven't had a chance to use the valet mode. But as soon as I do you can bet I'll be using it. I've used the fuel economy one without a lot of difference. The exhaust and stage 2 is where you'll really get a kick in the pants. I love my car!
I wish I did but can't say that I do. I've only ever been to the events that Subaru puts on.
You're lucky you waited till the 2011 came out. I'm pretty jealous of you right now.
Oh, if you want the AP wait until they come out with the next version. They were taking a survey of what current owners would like to see in the next. It should be a good one since they were asking about an app for your smart phone.
Hey silverfox09, I would definetely get the short throw shifter. However, it may be a little bit expensive. According to the salesman, they have to deal with the transmission (he could be pulling my leg) when installing it, so I ordered mine with the car and it was installed at the factory at no extra cost.
I used to own a '85 MR2 and an '89 Miata and their shift actions were the best. I could use my index finger to shift! The one in the REX is not as good but short enough and the action feels very tight and the effort is not like driving say a Mustang (which I used to own). I also bought a Momo shift knob when I picked the car up. Looks and feels great!