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    Registered User matty dread's Avatar
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    new to clubwrx...but first a question...

    I am working on getting some pics up and an intro for myself but I have a question....

    How was the rally armor flap installation? anything I should be aware of....I've watched the video off their site and it looks straightforward...

    I also have a 2010 5-door WRX. I love it. Mine is the spark silver color. Just the base model...has the short throw shifter in it.

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    The mud flaps went on pretty quick. The fronts take no time at all. The rears took a little more because I drilled but I think it is work the time.

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    nice car mate, i wish i had money for a new model rex but thats life

    its good to see you are using what it is made for, mud!!!! lol

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    [QUOTE=matty dread;2576398]I am working on getting some pics up and an intro for myself but I have a question....

    How was the rally armor flap installation? anything I should be aware of....I've watched the video off their site and it looks straightforward...

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    just put the rally armor flaps on, very straight forward. you don't even need to pull the rocker panel away if you dont want to. i was able to flex it enough to get the clip behind. The only difference from the video is the rear. On the 2010 where you either drill or put the slide bracket, the interior wheel cover now extends over that portion. I just drilled through the cover, no big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtpisgah View Post
    Hi,
    My wife and I bought a 2010 WRX 5 door two weeks ago. It is a great car and very fun to drive. I don't have any mods planned other than six or seven spoke wheels and minor stereo upgrades. I want better sound but I don't need big bass. The crappy OEM roof rack will be getting replaced with Yakima round bars next week. The OEM is too flexy.

    These are a few few pictures from this past weekend. The undercarriage was covered in mud. We precleaned at the car wash (just the hose) and then when we got home, jacked it up and washed the undercarriage again and then lovingly washed the body.

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