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    my 2011 wrx sedan. What to do next?

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    Attachment 109363
    (before the rack for my mountain biking habits)

    Add ons:
    Rally Armor red flap
    AEM CAI
    Cobb stage 1+
    Namless Axleback
    Lamin-X on the fog lights
    STI front lip

    Looking to:
    stg2
    10mm spacers
    rays red lug nuts
    MAYBE, wrap the top of the car in black
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    Get rid of mud flaps should be your next mod haha. To each his own man if you like it thats all that matters.

    You can never go wrong with Stage 2, I would do that next!

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    The road in my development does not have a finished top coat of blacktop. Small rocks and pebbles. Also, the great state of PA does NOT use salt in the winter. The state uses pebbles (because we all know what good that does). The flaps have saved my paint a lot of damage.

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    I think the other poster was commenting on the color of the the mud flaps.
    If I am not mistaken, Rays does not have lug nuts for stock wheels. With that said, I am not a fan of using spacers. So a solution would be to get some aftermarket wheels with the offset you are looking for, then you can also have your Rays red lugs. My preference is function > form. So suspension work or stage 2 would be the next step. But then again, it's not my car.
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    woow its a preety car

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    Nice, how's the front end paint holding up to the gravel or did you do the clear bra or shield? Mine has quite a few rock chips and the windshield is pretty pitted.
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    Ya I totally understand the need and practicality for the mud flaps... I just really dont like that color on a white car or at all for that matter.

    I think it would make your car look better if it was black with red lettering or something. Just the red it too much and begs for bad attention.

    Otherwise your car is great haha

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    Stage 2 would always be fun.

    Spacers are pointless.
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    nice looking car. honestly i love the look of the mud flaps on the white. where about in pa do you live?

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    South central pa

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    I drive the car like a grandma on the highway and stay away from people in front of me, especially TRUCKS! I do not have the clear bra on that front, but i have them on the lower sides of my car near the back wheels. Def takes a lot of beating there, even with the clear bra and flaps. Good thing i have them.

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    After reading this, i got to looking at the car more and more. I often visit my GF at the local starbucks and park the car in front so i can watch for door dents! I think you are right. The car would look much better with the black and red lettering. ESPECIALLY better, if i tint the windows AND i may also vinyl the rook black ( which is what i did with my stg3 GTI)

    THAT BEING SAID

    WHO WANTS A SET OF RED FLAPS? lol

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    Hahaha good man I am glad you are going that direction. The black top is a nice touch on a white car IMO.

    I think you car will look better without the clown shoes on!

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    Clown shoes lol.

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    DBA 4000 slotted rotors, Hawk Racing Pads, Goodridge Braided lines, Motul fluid is a priority.

    Next - Whiteline front and rear swaybars, Racecomp RG springs with shorter bumpstops.

    First make your car capable of handling power before you give it all of the power.

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