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    New Member from SC - 2011 WRX

    Hello all,

    I am new to the forum and new to the WRX world. WOW couldnt be happier to own this car. Crazy how amazingly fast a Flat 4 can be. Normally a Mustang owner and have been for years but I'm impressed! Anyways a couple shots of my new ride.....

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    Welcome! Nice looking WRX you have there. What's all done to it already?
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    Nothing yet.... But excited to get started next year with tax money. First I will add Boost and pressure gauges. Prob just start small and work my way up. Car runs great only had 40k miles on it.

    Any suggestions on things to do first that are minimal?

    By the way like the sedan sir LOOKS GOOD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXFLAT4 View Post
    Nothing yet.... But excited to get started next year with tax money. First I will add Boost and pressure gauges. Prob just start small and work my way up. Car runs great only had 40k miles on it.

    Any suggestions on things to do first that are minimal?

    By the way like the sedan sir LOOKS GOOD!

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    Well it all just depends on your taste, looks like things were already done to it though. Just from the pictures it looks like you have a front lip, Hella supertone horns, Mudflaps and the blacked our WRX side badges.

    But in terms of future mods, It all just depends on what you want to do first. Me personally, I am working on suspension before engine mods. Like coilovers, bigger sway bars, new endlinks, new wheels etc. Then later down the road I will be doing some powertrain bolt-ons.
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    Yeah there were few mods already done when I got it. Was lucky I suppose... oh yeah it has a magnaflow 3in exhaust system too. Sounds pretty good. Bigger sway bars and prob new endlinks for sure I like the stock rims for now. I'm just happy I own one lol.

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    I like the lightning and the lense flare...schweeet!

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    Thanks Bro! Good Ol' Photoshop.

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    Welcome! Very nice hatch!

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