This is a discussion on interested in opinion... have magical 98 WRX complete stock, what to do... within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; G'day all ... have just bought my first WRX, 98 , completely stock - just ticked over 100,000km.. as i ...
G'day all ... have just bought my first WRX, 98 , completely stock - just ticked over 100,000km..
as i haven't seen many completely unmodified 98's around i'm torn between 'keeping it stock' - 'upgrading with STi mod's only' - ' or taking it to a performance centre and through some money at them...
Really keen to hear your views..
i've had V8's for past 15 years - so i'm a bit green in this field..
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Originally Posted by Mikie13
I would not touch it. It's a survivor, let it be. Keep it maintained with authentic parts. It's a shame to bother a car like that.
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Keep it as is. Like you said, its magical.
And if you do decide to make changes, at least keep all the parts.
Not as many parts left over this time... what am I missing?
thanks heaps guys for your comments... i thought keeping it untouched would be the in feedback...