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That sounds horrible....

hope the rasp is the phone?

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New 22mm rear swaybar. Interesting to note, Whiteline have come up with bushes you don't need to lubricate.

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I found it easiest to start getting it off from there and then just run your hand down along the side and across the top.

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Well that's just dandy!


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Nolathane came up with them and with Whiteline and Nolathane being owned by Red Ranger, it was only a matter of time. ;)

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Whiteline have come up with bushes you don't need to lubricate.]


You can save your lube for a different bush then hey :hey:

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:(D):

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I found it easiest to start getting it off from there and then just run your hand down along the side and across the top.

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:(D):

HA HA HA.

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Pics with spacers on :)

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Daniel2019 wrote:
I found it easiest to start getting it off from there and then just run your hand down along the side and across the top.

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I'd fix your box if you were in Queensland!


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Swaybar in. What a difference that makes! Even on the softest setting...

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Daniel2019 wrote:
I found it easiest to start getting it off from there and then just run your hand down along the side and across the top.

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I'd fix your box if you were in Queensland!


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E D I T E D
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E D I T E D
:D

You realise before someone posts, nobody will notice? :lol:

But yeah, sway bars be crazy! What's the stock size of them?

Car looks shmick. :thumleft: Needz moar low.

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shadowarrior wrote:
E D I T E D
:D

You realise before someone posts, nobody will notice? :lol:

But yeah, sway bars be crazy! What's the stock size of them?

Car looks shmick. :thumleft: Needz moar low.


lol :P
I was asking him to lower the car more..and do couple of more mods as well... :P


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Needs moar camber for P plate spec.

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Got the STi springs on order. They only lower it by 16mm, but they only have a marginally stiffer spring rate, which is what I wanted. The ride is super comfy as is, and when I sell it on, the factory STI springs will hold a better value.

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I found it easiest to start getting it off from there and then just run your hand down along the side and across the top.

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Factory pink bits?

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Yup factory pink bits. Overnight parts from Japan :cheers:

All genuine STi stuff.

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Daniel2019 wrote:
I found it easiest to start getting it off from there and then just run your hand down along the side and across the top.

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Nice!
Always liked the little boot lip, I believe you can also get a rear roof visor/spoiler that looks quite nice imo.

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$440 for a spoiler? 8O

Nah I reckon the roof spoilers look retarded :lol:

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Yes, $440 for a spoiler. Brand new, genuine Sti.

Retails for $1100 at Subaru Aus.

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Yes, $440 for a spoiler. Brand new, genuine Sti.

Retails for $1100 at Subaru Aus.

Reminds me of the price of a simple rear lip for the 323 I once tried to acquire. And Mazda had stopped making the model a good decade ago! :lol:

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