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    Newbie to Subies - 2013 WRX Sedan

    I've been lurking for some time and decided to post. Lots of valuable information here. I picked up my WR Blue WRX sedan premium in mid-January and loving the decision I've made. My last fun car was a heavily modified 06 Cooper S and I had an Active Autowerke supercharged ///M Coupe prior to that. I wanted a fun daily driver that was AWD and came from the factory force inducted, and the WRX fit the bill in every way. Not to mention a backseat to accommodate my two kids.

    Anyway I've already upgraded the suspension with Whiteline front and rear swaybars and kartboy end links. That made a huge difference in the way the car handles. At 2500 miles I've gotten used to to the car's driving characteristics and I can't wait for the AutoX at the end of this month to see how I do. Next mod will more than likely be the GTWorx Bilstein/RCE yellow setup before I do any power mods which I'm itching to do.

    I hope to learn more from you guys and I will share my opinions on products that I install on my car.


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