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Old 07-10-2010, 08:47 PM   #576
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Old 07-11-2010, 12:56 AM   #577
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That's actually right in the price range I was looking for. Thanks a bunch. I'll post up pics once I get it all set up.
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Old 07-11-2010, 12:01 PM   #578
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^ I have that light bar on my OBS...I like it quite a bit; I did have to make a modified mount for the top part - The way its set up when you get it is with two bolts with little rubber covers that rest against your license plate (or your bumper if you dont run a front plate). The problem is, even with the rubber covers, it will eat your paint off. It literally wore a hole in my license plate. I made a couple of brackets that attach to the license plate holes, and it works great.
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Old 07-11-2010, 05:17 PM   #579
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Oh i see. Could you post a pic up by any chance? I'm curious to see how it looks.
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Old 07-11-2010, 06:18 PM   #580
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You can see the little brackets I made that secure the lightbar to the bumper. It also cut down on light bounce. And yes, my garage is messy
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Old 07-12-2010, 08:34 AM   #581
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That looks super clean man, thanks for posting the pic. I'll post up something once i get it all set up.

Nice super-tones btw =p
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Old 07-12-2010, 10:00 AM   #582
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I really like the Rally Innovations bar. I've been trying to figure out a way to add lights to the front of the car, but I live in an urban area where there is a lot of parallel parking, and I can just see that having something that sticks out an extra 4-6 inches in front of the bumper, down low where no one parking in front of me can see it, is just asking to get it trashed by someone trying squeeze their SUV into a spot sized for a Mini Cooper.

I've been thinking about trying to find some micro-driving lights to tuck into the area below the license plate
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Old 07-12-2010, 10:35 AM   #583
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OK, so I still can't post attachments for some reason, but in any case, here's a link to what I'm talking about for custom headrest covers in my OBS.....

http://s102.photobucket.com/albums/m111/madchestercarper/My%20Subaru/
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:28 AM   #584
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I really like the Rally Innovations bar. I've been trying to figure out a way to add lights to the front of the car, but I live in an urban area where there is a lot of parallel parking, and I can just see that having something that sticks out an extra 4-6 inches in front of the bumper, down low where no one parking in front of me can see it, is just asking to get it trashed by someone trying squeeze their SUV into a spot sized for a Mini Cooper.

I've been thinking about trying to find some micro-driving lights to tuck into the area below the license plate
Ah, that definitely would be a problem. I've seen some small LEDs and bulbs people have put either attached to the grille, but I'm assuming it's all custom work. The area I live in is pretty residential, so I'm hoping it won't be too much of a problem. I've always liked the idea of adding some more lights though.
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:32 AM   #585
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OK, so I still can't post attachments for some reason, but in any case, here's a link to what I'm talking about for custom headrest covers in my OBS.....

I like it! I was thinking it'd be neat to make a a badge like that as well for the front grille

Let me know how the headrests turn out though, I think that'd look nice on tan seats too, which is what I have in my car. I'm assuming you have a black interior?
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:20 PM   #586
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Hey everyone. New to both the forums and the OBS owners club. My dad bought an 09 Outback last year, and i absolutely fell in love with it, except that it was really underpowered and i hated the 4spd auto. So when i started shopping around for cars for myself, i wanted an 08-10 WRX wagon, but even a used one was out of my price range. I figured even the NA Impreza would be much quicker than my dad's Outback, since it weighs like ~600lbs less. I decided to go for the Outback Sport because of the small details over the 2.5i and the more rugged off-road capability. I really love the car so far, but it's my first manual and i just picked it up 2 days ago, so i'm still getting used to it.





It is still bone stock, fresh off the lot, but there are a few little things i'd like to do. RA UR mudflaps will probably be first, followed by a sport/mesh grill. And i might try my hand at the DIY chrome delete/tail light tint job i've seen people doing on here. I was thinking about painting a lot of the silver and chrome trim pieces, as well as the wheels, matte black. Not sure about that yet though.

Sometime in the distant future, i also want to do some mild suspension work. Something to noticeably increase performance and drop my ride height just a little bit, while maintaining DD comfort and not being too expensive or over the top. I've seen a lot of people doing the stock STI springs and WRX rear sway bar. For the people who have done those mods, how have they worked for you? Any other suspension suggestions?

Anyway, i look forward to a very, very long relationship with my new Subaru, as well as wasting all my free time here on these forums with you guys. I'll eventually post more pictures as i start doing mods. Just getting settled in now though.
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Old 07-13-2010, 09:18 AM   #587
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Congrats on the new ride! I'm another newb to the Subaru family having bought a '10 OBS at the beginning of May.

Sport Grille is a good accessory, as it really sets your OBS apart from the rest of the pack. I had mine installed at the dealer and it looks great.

Other mods to look at are a rear swaybar. That's what my first mod will be as everyone here says it really tightens things up for the OBS.
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Old 07-13-2010, 09:19 AM   #588
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I like it! I was thinking it'd be neat to make a a badge like that as well for the front grille

Let me know how the headrests turn out though, I think that'd look nice on tan seats too, which is what I have in my car. I'm assuming you have a black interior?
I have to tweak the design a bit first, but when it's done, I may have a badge made too!

I have the Newport Blue Pearl/Silver OBS with tan interior, but just bought 'as new' black 09 OBS seat covers off someone here on NASIOC... I originally wanted a black interior with the car, but as you know, you don't have a choice off the lot! I'm thinking silver embroidery on the black seats to match the silver of the interior trim...

I'm not really sure how the black seats will look with the rest of the tan interior though, but they were cheap enough that I can just pull them out and revert to the originals!
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Old 07-13-2010, 11:38 AM   #589
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Sometime in the distant future, i also want to do some mild suspension work. Something to noticeably increase performance and drop my ride height just a little bit, while maintaining DD comfort and not being too expensive or over the top. I've seen a lot of people doing the stock STI springs and WRX rear sway bar. For the people who have done those mods, how have they worked for you? Any other suspension suggestions?

Anyway, i look forward to a very, very long relationship with my new Subaru, as well as wasting all my free time here on these forums with you guys. I'll eventually post more pictures as i start doing mods. Just getting settled in now though.

Congrats on the new ride! Looks good. I am sure others will say this, but this where I say money is best spent to start with:

- RA UR flaps
- WRX rear sway bar (the car doesn't have one to start with)
- Short shifter of some kind (I have the Subaru one, installed by dealer when I bought the car and love it. So much better than stock)
- Front strut tower brace (Many will argue the benifit of this, but I am a big believer and have been in all my cars that see spirited street or track time. I have the SPT Subaru one on my car)

I think that is a definitely starting point. If you are wanting to do springs to bring the car a little closer to earth I think some have done the STi Pink springs with good results - especially for a daily driver.

That being said:

- I plan on updating front and rear sway bars with Perrin units. 25mm front (when it is released this fall) and 22 mm adjustable rear
- H&R coilover setup
- Perrin PSRS and Subframe lockdown kits
- New summer wheels/tires ???


Good luck with the car! You made a great choice!
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Old 07-13-2010, 12:05 PM   #590
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Thanks for those tips Eric, i'm definitely looking into a short throw kit in the very near future.

And this may seem like a dumb question, but please, bare with me, this is my first car and my first stick...

How would i go about changing my shift knob? Is it as simple as screwing the old one off and screwing a new one on? I want to get a simple ball-type shift knob. I was looking into the MOMO one that Subaru offers, but it's a little pricey. I kind of like this RAZO one that i found on Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/RAZO-RA113A-SPEC-Shift-Chrome/dp/B000FJS1I4/ref=pd_bxgy_auto_text_b http://www.amazon.com/RAZO-RA113A-SPEC-Shift-Chrome/dp/B000FJS1I4/ref=pd_bxgy_auto_text_b

Either in the dark chrome, flat black, or leather. The red stitching on the leather makes it look a little tacky though.

Anyway, i just don't want to unscrew my stock knob and then realize that i did something wrong and **** myself over. I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks guys.
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Old 07-13-2010, 12:31 PM   #591
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Thanks for those tips Eric, i'm definitely looking into a short throw kit in the very near future.

And this may seem like a dumb question, but please, bare with me, this is my first car and my first stick...

How would i go about changing my shift knob? Is it as simple as screwing the old one off and screwing a new one on? I want to get a simple ball-type shift knob. I was looking into the MOMO one that Subaru offers, but it's a little pricey. I kind of like this RAZO one that i found on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/RAZO-RA113A-SPEC-Shift-Chrome/dp/B000FJS1I4/ref=pd_bxgy_auto_text_b

Either in the dark chrome, flat black, or leather. The red stitching on the leather makes it look a little tacky though.

Anyway, i just don't want to unscrew my stock knob and then realize that i did something wrong and **** myself over. I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks guys.

While I have not done it on this car, I have on many others and replacing the shift knob should be as easy as unscrewing the stock on and screwing on the new one. I have the Subaru Momo one on my car and love it.
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:42 PM   #592
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Woooo, just scored a rear swaybar, bushings, and endlinks from a '10 WRX for my '10 OBS for $55 shipped.

Now to figure out how to install it. :-)
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:56 PM   #593
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Woooo, just scored a rear swaybar, bushings, and endlinks from a '10 WRX for my '10 OBS for $55 shipped.

Now to figure out how to install it. :-)
If you've ever worked on a car before, it's pretty easy. If you haven't, then it's still pretty easy. You'll at least need some ramps, if not jack stands. I did it on ramps. The nice thing is that you don't have to take anything off, speaking of which, anti-sieze everything so that you can get it off again in the future.

You will also need the mounting brackets for the rear sway bar, as we don't have them stock. There is a parts list over on 3gwrx.com in the suspension forum. You can oprder them from the dealer or online. Costs about $20 or so.

I think that there might be a DIY install video on 3gwrx.com as well. Otherwise go to Rallitek.com and look at their install videos for a rear sway bar and rear endlinks. They will get you in the ballpark.
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:00 PM   #594
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I have to tweak the design a bit first, but when it's done, I may have a badge made too!

I have the Newport Blue Pearl/Silver OBS with tan interior, but just bought 'as new' black 09 OBS seat covers off someone here on NASIOC... I originally wanted a black interior with the car, but as you know, you don't have a choice off the lot! I'm thinking silver embroidery on the black seats to match the silver of the interior trim...

I'm not really sure how the black seats will look with the rest of the tan interior though, but they were cheap enough that I can just pull them out and revert to the originals!
There was someone over on 3Gwrx.com selling the black headliner and pillars from an STI for $100 plus your OEM liner. I think someone might have been selling the black STI carpet as well. All you need is door cards and maybe a center console. They will come up at good prices over time if you think of it as a long-term process. You could just collect the parts until you had enough for an interior swap.
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:25 PM   #595
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Congrats on the new ride! Looks good. I am sure others will say this, but this where I say money is best spent to start with:

- RA UR flaps
- WRX rear sway bar (the car doesn't have one to start with)
- Short shifter of some kind (I have the Subaru one, installed by dealer when I bought the car and love it. So much better than stock)
- Front strut tower brace (Many will argue the benifit of this, but I am a big believer and have been in all my cars that see spirited street or track time. I have the SPT Subaru one on my car)

I think that is a definitely starting point. If you are wanting to do springs to bring the car a little closer to earth I think some have done the STi Pink springs with good results - especially for a daily driver.

That being said:

- I plan on updating front and rear sway bars with Perrin units. 25mm front (when it is released this fall) and 22 mm adjustable rear
- H&R coilover setup
- Perrin PSRS and Subframe lockdown kits
- New summer wheels/tires ???


Good luck with the car! You made a great choice!
Totally agree on the short shifter. I have the SPT and I added Kartboy front and rear shifter bushings. These tighten it up even more. I have a stiffer shif lever bushing to go in as well, but I havent added that yet. If you don't go with the SPT, which can be pricey, look at Turn in Concepts's "Super Shifter Kit". Its a Kart Boy short shift lever with updraged bushings for the whole shift linkage. Not for the faint of heart to intall, but if you've got a buddy who is a decent mechanic, you can probably handle this once with some help.

Something elese to consider, upgraded tires. If you live where there is snow, get a set of winter wheels and tires and get some good summer tires. The OEM tires are 'meh" at best, and after a winter on dedicated winter tires, I subscribe to the school of thaought that says that all-season tires are a compromise that isn't really good in any season. Plus, all of the suspension upgrades in the world don't matter if you can't get the car to stick to the ground.

After tires - Upgraded brake pads and stainless brake lines, maybe a master cylinder brace, but I'm not sure that this is necessary for me, more research is required. I've contemplated a brake swap to WRX or Legacy GT front brakes, but as I just daily drive the car, I'm not sure it's worth it. Maybe over time I'll go bigger. Once I'm done with other priorities.

I'm also aiming for relatively low cost mods with good bang for the buck at the moment. I'd love to do struts and springs right now, but with a baby on the way, my priorities are elsewhere at the moment. The brake mods don't cost too much. Tires aren't necessarily cheap, but I've got 25K on my OEM tires, so I'm hoping they don't last too much longer and since I'll need to replace them anyway, I'll do it with something better.

Actually, I do have one mod that I can thank the baby for, and it's not the Graco Snugride 32 carseat. My wife suggested (seriously) that we get our windows tinted so that we don't have to use those sunshades that suction-cup to the window.

Tint goes in on both of our cars this weekend.
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:29 PM   #596
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Thanks for those tips Eric, i'm definitely looking into a short throw kit in the very near future.

And this may seem like a dumb question, but please, bare with me, this is my first car and my first stick...

How would i go about changing my shift knob? Is it as simple as screwing the old one off and screwing a new one on? I want to get a simple ball-type shift knob. I was looking into the MOMO one that Subaru offers, but it's a little pricey. I kind of like this RAZO one that i found on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/RAZO-RA113A-SPEC-Shift-Chrome/dp/B000FJS1I4/ref=pd_bxgy_auto_text_b

Either in the dark chrome, flat black, or leather. The red stitching on the leather makes it look a little tacky though.

Anyway, i just don't want to unscrew my stock knob and then realize that i did something wrong and **** myself over. I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks guys.

I believe you just unscrew it, but I would look ot see if there is some sort of set screw or collar on the shifter before I tired anything.

One note about metal shift knobs; they get HOT, and they get COLD. Sometimes so hot that they are very difficult to drive. They look great, but be aware that you'll want to cover it up in the sun. Personally, i think that a metal/leather combo gives you the best of both worlds, but they tend to be expensive.
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:38 PM   #597
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Something elese to consider, upgraded tires. If you live where there is snow, get a set of winter wheels and tires and get some good summer tires. The OEM tires are 'meh" at best, and after a winter on dedicated winter tires, I subscribe to the school of thaought that says that all-season tires are a compromise that isn't really good in any season. Plus, all of the suspension upgrades in the world don't matter if you can't get the car to stick to the ground.

After tires - Upgraded brake pads and stainless brake lines, maybe a master cylinder brace, but I'm not sure that this is necessary for me, more research is required. I've contemplated a brake swap to WRX or Legacy GT front brakes, but as I just daily drive the car, I'm not sure it's worth it. Maybe over time I'll go bigger. Once I'm done with other priorities.

Actually, I do have one mod that I can thank the baby for, and it's not the Graco Snugride 32 carseat. My wife suggested (seriously) that we get our windows tinted so that we don't have to use those sunshades that suction-cup to the window.
As usual, I agree with what Ogden is saying! I tried to go the first part of the winter on the OEM tires and had enough. They get the car going just fine, but can be scary when you try to stop. Went with 16" wheels and Blizzaks and won't go another winter without them! And will consider new summer wheels/tires when the OEM stock tires finally wear out.

I would love a big StopTech brake setup, but want to keep my 16" wheels for the winter. So new pads and braided lines will be in the future too. I have looked at the Master Cylinder Brace and seems good in theory, but haven't found one for the '08+ cars. And staying with smart spending, would like to add a 5-door WRX OEM cat back for the exhaust.

And, having a kid who is out of a car seat, but still uses a booster, I really like the Cleck Ollie for her as she does as well. Never puts her legs to sleep. And my back side and rear windows are tinted as well.
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Old 07-13-2010, 04:57 PM   #598
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Thanks for the tips, Ogden. Got a buddy who has some jack stands and has done mechanical work in the past, including a WRX he used to own.

Yes, he mentioned anti-seizing everything as well.

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If you've ever worked on a car before, it's pretty easy. If you haven't, then it's still pretty easy. You'll at least need some ramps, if not jack stands. I did it on ramps. The nice thing is that you don't have to take anything off, speaking of which, anti-sieze everything so that you can get it off again in the future.

You will also need the mounting brackets for the rear sway bar, as we don't have them stock. There is a parts list over on 3gwrx.com in the suspension forum. You can oprder them from the dealer or online. Costs about $20 or so.

I think that there might be a DIY install video on 3gwrx.com as well. Otherwise go to Rallitek.com and look at their install videos for a rear sway bar and rear endlinks. They will get you in the ballpark.
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Old 07-17-2010, 05:08 PM   #599
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wanted to do an update w/ some things i've added since my last post.
30% tint all around
Rallitek RSB
Gt-Spec front strut
grillcraft lower grill
HID 6000k
Fastwrx LED turn signals.




not sure what to try next...maybe short shifter, 2nd set of rims... who knows
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Looks great man, how much were the HIDs to put in?
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