This is a discussion on I'm new, eh?! within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Rogan awesome ink, btw. thanks dude one of 9 lol....
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I love how threads started by hot women end up with double/triple the replies of those started by men.
With that said...nice car! If my vote counts for anything, keep the smaller WRX wing on the back rather than the STI park bench.
Jay for Justin.
Well I'm probably going to end up staying with the WRX wing. It's hard to find someone around that's willing to trade that is anywhere close to Louisiana.
I've just been a big fan of the STI spoiler. I wanted it b/c I was eventually going to get a VF39. But we'll see in time.
That's just cosmetic, that's one of the last things I'm worried about right now. I have to focus right now mainly on performance. I want my car to be lowered and looking nice, but I'd have more fun with a fast car. I like having fun in it, drag racing, street racing and I would like to try auto-x. I baby the car since it's a daily driver..I'm not looking to rag it out, just from time to time have some fun in it.
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