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Old 10-02-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
ARGPAB
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Join Date: Dec 2011
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2012 WRX 5-Door WRB
2000 Corvette C5

Default '04 STI BBS on new WRX

Short & sweet. I have a 2012 WRX. Coilovers will be going on soon, but not for that "hellasflush" stuff. I think thats stupid. I'm going for a bit of a lower look and better handling. I want to see what 2004 STI BBS look on widebody WRXs. Please Post pics of them on widebody WRXs or STIs with no spacers or adapters, just hub and wheel. Thanks guys!
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Old 10-02-2013, 12:41 PM   #2
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xluben's previous WRX:


I believe he does have spacers on it though.

I considered getting 04 STi BBS for a winter set but found out that it was really expensive all said and done and ended up spending a little bit more for something else. If you go without spacers, the wheels will be somewhat sunken in compared to the stock wheels.

The way I saw it...
04 STi BBS in good condition: $800-1000, before shipping, also dependent on color
Winter Tires: $600
Mounting & balance: $100
Total: $1500-1700

New Braid Winrace TA: $1300
Winter Tires: $350
Mounting & balance: $100
Total: $1750
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