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    new to this forum. Looking for a warm welcome

    Hi everyone i am going by (wrxcomplex) but my name is mike. I am from Lafayette la. . I drive a 06 wrx TR current mods hare Cobb AP stage1 and a spt catback and intake. I loVe my car more than things that I should'nt. I plan on,or should I say my next step is a Cobb catless DP. Then a Cobb stage2 suspension package. Wheels are going to be a hard decision I'm leaning towards 17''x8.5'' any help with this would be great. Nice to be a part of this. Thanks for having me

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    Greetings and welcome to the club Mike!

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    Cobb builds (or has others build) some great stuff. I would look further on the stage 2 suspension setup as you could do better by picking and choosing from many other choices.
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    Suspension ?

    Thanks for the replies guys. About the suspension,could you guys make some suggestions. I am on a buget but would like to stay stay in the realm of a quality setup. Stock struts? Aftermarket struts? Swaybars? If I stay with a 17'' wheel how wide can I go without rolling fenders? How low of a drop can I go with and what will I have to do to correct toe in or out? Sorry about all the questions but I keep hearing so many diffrent opinions. Its like. I keep ending up back at square one. Thanks for the help!

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    Thanks rr1911. I wish my garage was as blessed as yours is. None the less I am a super proud subie owner and will never change!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxcomplex View Post
    Thanks for the replies guys. About the suspension,could you guys make some suggestions. I am on a buget but would like to stay stay in the realm of a quality setup. Stock struts? Aftermarket struts? Swaybars? If I stay with a 17'' wheel how wide can I go without rolling fenders? How low of a drop can I go with and what will I have to do to correct toe in or out? Sorry about all the questions but I keep hearing so many diffrent opinions. Its like. I keep ending up back at square one. Thanks for the help!
    Eibach makes a very affordable set of lowering springs. It gets that nose down where it needs to be for street. Don't lower the car if you are going off road. The 06' has good swaybars from factory already.
    Visit TIRERACK.COM for wheels, they have a good selection for scoobies.

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