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Thread: Fall photo sesh! (meaty fitment inside)

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    Default Fall photo sesh! (meaty fitment inside)

    I just got my new wheels on and decided to have a little photo session!! This is my first car with stance, so it's not quite dialed in yet! Enjoy the pics

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    Please don't change anything. Its perfect...

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    ^agreed

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    Ive always liked the "subiestance" or "evostance"no stretch needed to look good.

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    I love what youve done with it....but I think I still like your old truck better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FunfGang View Post
    Please don't change anything. Its perfect...
    this.

    any lower and you basically ruin the point of having an sti.

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    Looks great. Nice job for first stance! I always dream about owning an sti. Keep it up
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    I think it's dialed as is.

    Definitely some "useable stance" there...No stretch is a good look too...
    Quote Originally Posted by FluidMotorUnion View Post
    Fuck Rotas, I'd rather my wheels not break apart when I drive over a watermelon seed.

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    Yea agree with the above comments. I'm in love it. Love the car man nice job

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    looks good you could go both ways it looks sick the way it is me personally id run one size smaller too lower it more but even if you left it the same it still looks badass

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    this car makes me want an sti, nice job
    "The meaning of life is not simply to exist, to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer."

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    pretty clean

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    agree with others, This is perfect!

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    snow + car = awesomeness!

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    this is the most perfect example of a beautiful STI for me.

    Well done sir.

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    ^^ what he said lol

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    Track stance.

    I like it. Whats the wheels?




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    Looks great man, nice work!

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    I definitely dig it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funfgang View Post
    please don't change anything. Its perfect...
    +1 love it!

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    not every car needs stretch, poke, tuck, etc. to look good. I think your STI looks perfect, still very functional

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    looks sick man nice car

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    Looks purposeful! I like it.

    If you have to ask people on an internet forum what you should do to your car, you should just leave it alone.

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    Thanks everyone!! I need to add a little camber to the rear, and then I should be set!

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeG View Post
    I love what youve done with it....but I think I still like your old truck better.
    Haha thanks man! Me too...

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    j/w what the offset you are running

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