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This is a discussion on help! gift idea for new wrx owner! within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by 06wrx4me Hey I already answered this question you sneaky double poster!! http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/showthread.php?t=172242 LoL. Holy double posts batman!! ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06wrx4me View Post
    Hey I already answered this question you sneaky double poster!!


    help! gift idea for new wrx owner!
    LoL. Holy double posts batman!!

    +1 for boost gauge!!!

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    Smile

    sorry for the double posts-- it was an accident! I actually tried posting the first time yesterday, and thought it didn't go through because the page wasn't loading properly, but it actually posted twice after I revised the title! thanks for your help though...i'm checking both since I've been getting some great feedback from people!

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    Transformers Rally car or AutoArt model

    Shift knob

    All season rubber Floor mats (depending on where you live)

    Armrest extension if he doesn't have one
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchangelF16 View Post
    Armrest extension if he doesn't have one
    The dreadful armrest extension. LOL -1

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindzeyeWRX02 View Post
    The dreadful armrest extension. LOL -1
    dreadful?????
    2004 PSM WRX
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    Quote Originally Posted by subie04 View Post
    dreadful?????
    dreadful |ˈdredfəl| adjective causing or involving great suffering, fear, or unhappiness; extremely bad or serious

    I keep bumping my elbow into the dreadful armrest extension every other time i shift. But i also have a short shifter... so that doesn't help.
    Last edited by MindzeyeWRX02; 06-19-2007 at 04:33 PM. Reason: After thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindzeyeWRX02 View Post
    The dreadful armrest extension. LOL -1
    +1000

    Eliminates the gangster lean and promotes good posture

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindzeyeWRX02 View Post
    dreadful |ˈdredfəl| adjective causing or involving great suffering, fear, or unhappiness; extremely bad or serious

    I keep bumping my elbow into the dreadful armrest extension every other time i shift. But i also have a short shifter... so that doesn't help.
    I know what the word means. I actually like my armrest extension very much. you must have longer arms then I b/c I don't bump my elbow and also have the short shifter.

    off topic no longer.

    I would get him a new shift knob or gauge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not-EWRX View Post
    +1000

    Eliminates the gangster lean and promotes good posture
    but it's nice for long distance driving

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    Quote Originally Posted by subie04 View Post
    I would get him a new shift knob or gauge.
    BOOST GAUGE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbs627 View Post
    Prodrive floormats. Just do it
    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    So what kind of floormats do you recommend?

    That is the name of the brand. Prodrive is the company that preps the Subie WRC rally cars. The mats are the perfect color, fit perfect and stay put. The only downside is that Prodrive parts are so slick that you will literally have to beat women away from your man due to the secksiness of the floormats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MindzeyeWRX02 View Post
    BOOST GAUGE!!!
    +1 plus they are fun to look at
    2004 VW GLI "Back In Boost "

    Quote Originally Posted by KanoWRX View Post
    well...IMO, or IMI (In My Imagination) WRX's/STi's are still better that Evo's...hands down...despise the facts.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    So what kind of floormats do you recommend?
    I got black sti floor mats 4 sale and lowering springs. springs are 100 bucks and you know he wants to lower it.

    if not.... get him something he doesnt have much of a choice.like thier are to many shift knobs out there and chances are he doesnt like 85% of them.some like..... tint his windows or buy him sweet club wrx shirts. i like some nice door speakers. not bump in the trunk but something decent for the ears.
    silly peguin. pointless wings are for ricers!
    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy silver View Post
    heard there is an ecu out thats like the hondata but for subbys.

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    a subaru key fob would be nice...i have one for my STi and its very nice...only $10 too.

    http://www.subaru.com/media/image/20...SOA342L117.jpg

    you can pick them up from dealers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbs627 View Post
    That is the name of the brand. Prodrive is the company that preps the Subie WRC rally cars. The mats are the perfect color, fit perfect and stay put. The only downside is that Prodrive parts are so slick that you will literally have to beat women away from your man due to the secksiness of the floormats.
    Oh, Prodrive!!! I read it quickly and thought you wrote "provide floormats" anyway, that is great. i will do that for him and hopefully instead of him having to beat women off, he will think i am the coolest girlfriend ever for getting him the mats! i am loving all these great ideas...it will provide me with endless gift ideas for him!

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