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This is a discussion on Working on my 2015 WRX order within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Bontchimuz Im so in love with your car. I am new to Subaru and trying to decide ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bontchimuz View Post
    Im so in love with your car.

    I am new to Subaru and trying to decide what to get as well.

    Is the SPT exhaust the same as the STI exhaust option when you build it online?

    Also, what did you have to put down? I feel like I should get an order in now as it takes anywhere from 2-4 months.
    Yeah, it's listed as the STI exhaust on the website now. It used to be listed as the SPT, my guess is that it is the SPT exhaust with STI written on the tips.

    I put $1000 down for it, dealer asked for it instead of the standard $500 because it's such a personalized order. I could have fought for the $500 but it makes no difference to me since i'm all in for the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakerdozer View Post
    What's your opinion on the molding for protecting the paint? I just ordered a Limited in white and really considered the molding but didn't want the extra cost. :/. Can I put them on after the car arrives? I plan to get splash guards once they are available.
    They're only attached with 3M tape so its something that you can install and remove if you don't like it. Considering they are right at the spot that i got hit on my old car, I think they'd be pretty helpful. Honestly though, on the white the molding looks great. If you can get them at invoice I'd say go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo0034 View Post
    They're only attached with 3M tape so its something that you can install and remove if you don't like it. Considering they are right at the spot that i got hit on my old car, I think they'd be pretty helpful. Honestly though, on the white the molding looks great. If you can get them at invoice I'd say go for it.
    Thanks for the info. I didn't realize the molding was so easily attached. I like the look as well. I might give the dealer a call to see what they can do for me.

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    Just bought a set of 2015 sti bbs wheels from a guy over at iwsti.com. A little pricey but I'm ok with it, the sti bbs wheels always seem to age well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo0034 View Post
    Just bought a set of 2015 sti bbs wheels from a guy over at iwsti.com. A little pricey but I'm ok with it, the sti bbs wheels always seem to age well.

    Very nice! Those are good looking wheels. Let's see some pics of them mounted on the car!
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    Very nice....for some reason I love blacked out rims tho


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    I agree, the black base wheels that come with the 2015 sti look great. But with the GBP I think these will look even better, plus they're a bit lighter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo0034 View Post
    I agree, the black base wheels that come with the 2015 sti look great. But with the GBP I think these will look even better, plus they're a bit lighter.
    They are lighter, but not by much. Both are fairly heavy. A whopping 24.5lbs for the Enkeis and 22lbs for the BBS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    They are lighter, but not by much. Both are fairly heavy. A whopping 24.5lbs for the Enkeis and 22lbs for the BBS.
    Where did you find the weight for the BBS? I couldn't find the verified weight anywhere. It's true at 24.5 and 22 they're both heavy, but oem is good for a DD in my region with all the pot holes. I can get sti OEMs included on my insurance for almost nothing.

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    Ugh that color is so gorgeous. The sti looks phenomenal there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo0034 View Post
    Where did you find the weight for the BBS? I couldn't find the verified weight anywhere. It's true at 24.5 and 22 they're both heavy, but oem is good for a DD in my region with all the pot holes. I can get sti OEMs included on my insurance for almost nothing.
    Someone on NASIOC weighed them. IIRC, the wheel weight is still an estimate because the tire weight was removed. I'd say by Fall, we'll start to know a bit more concretely the weight of the BBS wheels.
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    This is happening:

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    How'd you get this already?

    Also, didn't you order a WRX and not an STi?
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