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This is a discussion on The choices within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; So i got a new 2011 wrx about 2 months ago and i love everything so far. Heres my dillema..... ...

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    Registered User yeaitsgotaturbo's Avatar
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    So i got a new 2011 wrx about 2 months ago and i love everything so far. Heres my dillema..... i want to start doing things to it. the works. the only thing is i dont know where to start. im scared to start doing things because i dont wanna hurt my baby. but on the other hand i want more everything (hp,looks,handling) so if anyone has any ideas on where to start while easing into the whole modding thing it would be appreciated.

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    I decided to start with the interior lights, and short shifter. Now I'm working on improving the suspension.

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    For handling, front and rear sway bars are a good place to start. In terms of power going to 'stage 2' and doing a turbo back exhaust and a tune is a fairly safe way to get a lot of power and still remain reliable and safe.

    After that there are coilovers and brake upgrades to handle the increase in power. Various bushing upgrades to enhance the driving experience also.
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