the same might be said about stereo harneses but from what we've heard, the harnesses are included. the omissions from the car (e.g. stereo) have been characterized as items that could be easily installed at the dealership. my guess is the antenna is there in the glass like on my outback wagon.MyCarSucks said:...as i recall i don't think the STi Came with a sterio, which would mean it would be kind of lame to put an antena on the car if there was no sterio.
Call it "Stereo-ready" just like a lot of cars a few years ago like my Civic were "CD-ready"...it had the buttons on the dash but no CD player or changer. All the wiring was there, however.MyCarSucks said:I could be wrong, but as i recall i don't think the STi Came with a sterio, which would mean it would be kind of lame to put an antena on the car if there was no sterio.
I don't see those working too well. Antenna's need to be tuned to the frequencies they are to operate with. Interesting concept thou.CloNeGTS said:If I had to add an antenna or replace the one we get stock, I'd get one of those internal magnetic antennas. They are just a magnet that you place on the sheet metal from inside the trunk or elsewhere. It turns your entire car into an antenna.