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    Congratulations to you as well man, great car huh? As I said in my post just above yours I did work in car audio before so I do have some knowledge. I'm a bit older now so I mainly just wanted a crisp sharp sound. I dropped a little 10in self amped sub (under my seat) and that did exactly what I wanted. So far I haven't done too much but SPT offers upgrades made specially for Subaru cars. You should check out their site or have your dealer give a brochure. It's a good place to start on mods, trim pieces, and other little touches.

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    Subie's

    Quote Originally Posted by B-Tyson View Post
    Congratulations to you as well man, great car huh? As I said in my post just above yours I did work in car audio before so I do have some knowledge. I'm a bit older now so I mainly just wanted a crisp sharp sound. I dropped a little 10in self amped sub (under my seat) and that did exactly what I wanted. So far I haven't done too much but SPT offers upgrades made specially for Subaru cars. You should check out their site or have your dealer give a brochure. It's a good place to start on mods, trim pieces, and other little touches.
    Yes I dig the new ride for sure. I'll definitely look into "SPT". I considered leaving the door speakers stock until I maxed the volume and could barely hear them over the car. I went big on audio but love loud (clear) music of all sorts and have the same system in my Ram 2500 so I knew what to go with. I have a couple buddies that have made several mods to their rides and regularly get them retuned/ flashed. I think my upgrading will halt after intake/ exhaust/ tune. Not interested in constantly changing things or breaking parts on a daily driver. Well have a blast with the ride bud, take care.

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