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Hey Ya'll! I'll be picking up my 2019 WRX CVT* Premium in Crystal Black Silica in the next couple of weeks!

Here are the list of mods that will be waiting to go on the WRX:


Exterior:
  • SubiSpeed Hella Sharptone Horn Kit
  • OLM CS Style Carbon Fiber Body Kit
  • OLM Rüf Carbon Fiber Spoiler Version 1
  • Raceseng Front/Rear Tug Tow Hooks
  • Subaru Moon Roof Air Deflector
  • Subaru Rain Guard Deflector Kit
  • Front and Rear Full Replacement Emblems (Matte Black)
  • Front and Rear Emblem Frames (Matte Black)
  • Front Sidemarker Blackout / Tinted Overlay
  • 3D Carbon / Black Rear Bumper Overlay
  • WRX Matte Black Fender Emblems
  • Rally Armor Mud Flaps
Lighting:
  • OLM LED Rear Turn Signal Bulbs
  • OLM LED Reverse Lights
  • OLM LED Fog Light Bulbs Alpha HD Bulbs
  • OLM LED License Plate Bulbs
  • OLM Headlight High Beam/Low Beam Alpha HD Bulbs
  • GCS CS Style Rear F1 Fog/Brake Light
  • Morimoto XBT Switchback RGB LED C-light DRLs
  • Lamin-X Fog Light Covers (Yellow)
Interior:
  • GCS JDM Style Coin Holder Fuse Box Cover
  • LED Interior LED Bulbs
Exhaust:
- Remark Stealth Edition Axleback

Intake:
  • K&N Cabin Air Filter
  • Cobb Big SF Intake System or Grimmspeed Cold Air Intake
Under the Hood:
  • Perrin Oil Fill Cap (Neon Yellow)
  • Perrin Radiator Shroud Cover (Neon Yellow)
  • Perrin Brake Reservoir Cover
  • Perrin Pitch Stop Mount (Neon Yellow)
  • Perrin Strut Brace (Neon Yellow)
  • Perrin Battery Tie Down (Yellow)
Suspension:
- Racecomp Engineering Yellow Springs

Wheels/Tires:
- Perrin 5x114.3 Wheel Spacers (20mm)
* Still unsure of what wheels/tires I want



** Ya'll can hate all you want on my decision to order a CVT, but I live in a highly congested city, and since the WRX will be my daily driver, this is what I thought was appropriate for ME.

I'm open to any mod suggestions!
 

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Intake:
  • K&N Cabin Air Filter
  • Cobb Big SF Intake System or Grimmspeed Cold Air Intake
You will need to re-calibrate your ECU for these modifications. Are you certain that you are prepared to sacrifice your warranty on a BRAND NEW vehicle? The average cost to rebuild an engine exceeds $7500 and you will be liable for the full cost.

Wheels/Tires:
- Perrin 5x114.3 Wheel Spacers (20mm)
* Still unsure of what wheels/tires I want
No. Buy wheels with the proper offset.
 

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You will need to re-calibrate your ECU for these modifications. Are you certain that you are prepared to sacrifice your warranty on a BRAND NEW vehicle? The average cost to rebuild an engine exceeds $7500 and you will be liable for the full cost.



No. Buy wheels with the proper offset.
Is there an intake that doesn't require to re-calibrate? Sorry for any stupid question, but I'm new to the Subie and mod world.

As for the wheels, I just want the tucked out look to match with the fenders.
 

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what would you guys recommend to increase sound? I'm already gonna be adding an axleback.

and as far as the AP, would you recommended that, even for a CVT?
 

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If you don't modify anything you don't need it. So, no.

I'd leave it stock. Subaru of America is tight about their warranty system and will deny any claim to the engine or transmission if the vehicle has been modified.
 
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