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Old 02-09-11, 08:43 PM   #11
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Damn I love that color, need to get some pics in the sunshine.
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Old 02-09-11, 09:47 PM   #12
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yeah i was on my way home today from school and was crusing with a PBP on the way home. it looks waaay better in person like hatches look much better in person then pictures. but tobad i was in my winter beater and not my Hatch
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Old 02-09-11, 11:50 PM   #13
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The HU is pretty good so far. It's not as fancy as a pioneer, but the quality seems pretty good. I actually wanted a Kenwood, but I got a sick deal on the Alpine and I couldn't pass it up.

I've got next week off school, so I'll try to do a proper photoshoot.
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Old 02-10-11, 09:27 AM   #14
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Just noticed the body side molding as well, looks like it flows pretty well with the car as it is. They have a PBP in transit to a dealership in Houston with body side molding I'm thinking about reserving.
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clou, this is the first opportunity I have had to see the PBP paint in pictures. It looks quite good! But yes, you are behind on mods. If we can help you with any, let us know!
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haha, the drawbacks of being a student...no money means I have to install everything myself but midterms and papers mean I have no time. Hopefully I'll get most of my mods done next week...and then I have to find a way to scrounge up some money for the Tanabe springs I've been eyeing .

Daniel, if you like the car then go for it! With all the 911s and R8s around campus, I never thought I'd get this many looks from girls driving a subie The front lip and side moldings make a huge difference imo. I liked the corner moldings too, but they've already started fading...might have to take them off.
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Just flashed an XPT stg 1 map this morning
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Great car. funny thing.. I doin almost the ame setup as yours..Have the exact same colr combo and lovin the dark enkei that came stock only difference is... im just waiting till the winter crap in Montreal is clearing then all my goodies go in..

Just got my AP today.. oil change in a couple of weeks.. Looking forward to flashin to Ecu after the oil change.. Quick question.. i was lookin at the Alpine W900 and wanted to ask if it works with all the steering wheel buttons and if it works with the aux in the center console to play the Ipod properly and smoothly?
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Great car. funny thing.. I doin almost the ame setup as yours..Have the exact same colr combo and lovin the dark enkei that came stock only difference is... im just waiting till the winter crap in Montreal is clearing then all my goodies go in..

Just got my AP today.. oil change in a couple of weeks.. Looking forward to flashin to Ecu after the oil change.. Quick question.. i was lookin at the Alpine W900 and wanted to ask if it works with all the steering wheel buttons and if it works with the aux in the center console to play the Ipod properly and smoothly?
You have to buy an extra module to get it to work with the steering wheel buttons. They cost around $50 off ebay. The guys at futureshop just ran the aux and usb to my glove...I'm probably taking apart the center console next week to install my kartboy short shifter, so I'm going to try and see if I can run the cables to the center console instead. I'll let you know when I do.
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You have to buy an extra module to get it to work with the steering wheel buttons. They cost around $50 off ebay. The guys at futureshop just ran the aux and usb to my glove...I'm probably taking apart the center console next week to install my kartboy short shifter, so I'm going to try and see if I can run the cables to the center console instead. I'll let you know when I do.


Cool.. Ya please let me know how it works out.. Im really interested how it plays out

PS.. any particular reason you chose the kartboy SS over, say the TWM SS?
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