2007 Subaru WRX STi

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  1. bootyluvr
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    Update: I installed the '07 STi Limited console interior pieces. Since the STi Limited had the 1 of 800 badge below the HVAC controls I had Chris from WC Lathe Werks make me a custom badge for that spot.

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    At the gym (truck parked in my spot...)

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    Interior Shot from this morning

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    Whoa. Sorry for the LARGE pictures :hiding:
     
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    makes a custom badge and doesn't even write bootyluvr's sti on it :D
     
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    Looks good man.
     
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    I like the updates. Custom plate is a nice touch. Also curious why there is no mention of bootyluvr on it, lol.
     
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    Thanks :)

    I'm only known as bootyluvr here ;)
     
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    I’m sure u answered it but u ever gonna go lower?
     
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    Well.... I did replace the stock suspension with aftermarket struts/springs/top hats but unfortunately the springs that I am on do not lower the car much compared to stock (yes it's a tad bit lower than a stock STi). They lowered the car front: 0.6" / rear: 0.4"

    I got a good deal on the springs from a buddy since he went to a spring that was more aggressive with a bit more of a drop.
     
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    I don’t like gaps in my wells but everyone has there own preference. It still looks good though. For a Subaru.
     
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    I'd like to go a bit lower but not zero gap. Maybe a finger or finger and half. With WRX and STi's the rear always sits a bit lower than the front. They call it "saggy butt" lol
     
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    Seen an aluminum foil wrapped Subaru
     
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    Cmon now.
     
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    Just horrible
     
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    @bootyluvr how do you like the pioneer HU? I am looking at getting the Kenwood DDX376BT since it is only $229 at the moment.
     
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    I like it. Of course the STi isn't a daily so I'm not using it all the time. I got it mainly for the Bluetooth function since the stock 2007 HU didn't have that lol
     
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    Still seeing a big wang on the back....
     
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    Yeah Yeah.... Waiting for my wingless trunk to get fixed. :/
     
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    Picked up a set of silver '07 STi wheels this past weekend :thumb: I got them for a good deal. I plan to put some aggressive summer tires on these wheels.

    The previous owner had them plastidipped black but removed most of the plastidip before I picked them up.

    She had to sell her '07 WRB STi because they are having their second kid. She sold it for a Subaru Legacy.

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    Silver win
     
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    How much do these wheel weigh
     

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