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Old 08-12-2013, 06:46 AM   #61
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[QUOTE=JO5HUA;3088165]I think those would be way too stiff for gravel. I bet they're great on tarmac but not the direction I'm going with this build[\QUOTE]

I know they are, but I am saying go with something more proformance orientated, AGX struts with eibach sleves with gravel springs, they will last longer, with v5/6 struts you are going to be replacing them every 4 events
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Old 08-17-2013, 07:25 AM   #62
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The time has come, last pic with L bumper

Whatever the crash damage was from it must have been extremely minor, the only damage I could see was the bottom bumper beam mount was bent a little

JDM mad lyte yo, seriously this thing is retarded light

I had to cut the bumper signal connectors off and replace them with the ones from the clip, there is another unused connector that shares ground with them I think it's for the fogs?

Almost there, the clips Subaru uses suck dog balls thank god I had 2 of everything

The license plate bracket holes were not right for my plate so I had to drill new ones, JDM plates have a wider spread?

I can't believe I was thinking about getting rid of these vents

So sexy, I can't wait to get it painted

Front plate on, keeping it legal like a bawss

The blue not only serves as a motivator for me to get it to paint but allows me to sell off the black parts, any takers?
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Old 08-17-2013, 07:43 AM   #63
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I had my ex-roommate put his clutch plate on backwards a few weeks ago, that shit was HILARIOUS!
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Old 08-17-2013, 09:33 AM   #64
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I put my roommate's clutch on backwards on accident, fucked that one up pretty bad lol

Edit: it was actually the middle clutch in the picture on that box lol

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Old 08-17-2013, 10:29 AM   #65
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No clutch so no problem

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Old 08-17-2013, 11:05 AM   #66
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how do you put it on backwards ?
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Old 08-19-2013, 03:08 AM   #67
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you flip it to the wrong side and insert....wait a minute...
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:35 PM   #68
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The RS seats are such crap I said to hell with it and bought a new seat

I mounted it with a Planted base and Planted aluminium offset side rails, super solid and fitment is perfect

Recaro Profi fit me perfectly, well feels perfect anyway, now me and the little one are both rocking a Recaro

The shoulder harness holes are far too low on me for any type of sanctioned event but even the Profi XL was still too low and it didn't fit snug at all

I love the solid feel and I have it bottomed out so I sit much lower than before, I'm closer to the steering wheel and pedals too which I'm not thrilled about

I went up to the mountains to see how I like the position in hard driving and I am totally comfortable with the way it is, I might push it back a little farther and raise it in the back though

The trails were soggy and a blast to drive on, my anus felt every bump even on trashed L suspension

I took my daughter to the beach since the mountains were not enough to tire her out. Driving in the city is fine, I have great visibility but I had to adjust my mirrors for the lower seating position

I decided to put the JDM bumper on, I really do hate the clips that Subaru uses to put these things on

I wanted to beat sundown so I didn't get any pictures of the notches I put into the US beam but they still weren't enough for it to fit perfect

The license plate and lights were a little tricky, hopefully my MacGyver fix doesn't fall apart on the freeway
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Old 08-22-2013, 07:37 PM   #69
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I come here expecting to see a kitchen made out of cardboard and trash cans... Instead I see this...

Very disappointed in you Joshua... I thought hauling all that meat around would make you honest... Apparently big dicks and honesty do not coincide...

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