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    Bone Stock 2009 WRX 1/4 Mile Times - NASIOC

    thats just one random one. can't say its all true but he's got the slips
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx-in-effect View Post
    hey everybody new to the site....jus got my wrx sedan a few weeks ago and just put on the sport mesh grill. im a first time subie owner and im hooked already. already put up over 2100 miles on it lol.
    hey man, might want to start your own thread. this is MIwrx265's into.
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    Buck: Thanks for the link. Nice to see what the car can do. When I first read that post, I was thinkin factory freak for sure.

    wrx-in-effect: go make ur own intro thread and get off mine! JK, welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIwrx265 View Post
    Buck: Thanks for the link. Nice to see what the car can do. When I first read that post, I was thinkin factory freak for sure.
    yeah thats pretty good. if you go to the track let us know how it goes, i always love to hear. good luck and welcome again
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    hey MIwrx265 sorry bout that...still tryin to figure out how the site works....thnx tho

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    It's all good

    No worries, we're all fam here!

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    You can always join the mob as well..

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    newb question of the yr

    How hard is it to raise up the car with a standard jack? Its been a while since I had a car with a lip kit on and I really don't wanna f*&% up when I swap out my winter wheels. A detailed photo showing me where to jack the car up would be awesome but helpful info is always appreciated! Thanks guys and you may now throw me into the corner with a dunce/newb hat on my head. Later!

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    I had to remove my two rear wheels to put my mud flaps on, the lift points are towards the middle of the vehicle from each wheel, plenty of room to lift. This car is so easy.

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    Thanks Guero, that makes me feel a lil better. Me jus paranoid about messin up the new car.

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    I know what you mean, I almost screamed like a little girl a few times while attempting this:

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    How hard was it to install those? Other than removing the 2 back wheels, did these screw right in? Were there even holes for the screws to go in?

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    The front ones screw right in. The rear ones either require drilling, or a barbed clamp (included in the package) that is malleted on in addition to screws. They are a great investment for both looks and paint protection!

    Last edited by foxfire; 10-02-2009 at 06:39 PM.

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    Thanks for the pics and info fox. Those rally armors look really good w/ white.

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