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DLMisme

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Damn that is a good car to have as a HS student. Surprised you got it for $1500 for that many kilometres on the clock. Would have expected around $2k or $2.5k
I know, it's an automatic as well. It's in immaculate condition and it's so fun to drive. Definitely a good buy. :cool:
 

getmeout

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MAKE: Hyundai
MODEL: Elantra
YEAR: 2004
LIKES: 2.0L engine, manual gearbox, the fact that its a loaner, 4 doors, good fuel economy
DISLIKES: KDM :mad:, fwd,
FUN FACT/OTHER/MODLIST:mods? its a 2 year borrow so theres not much i can do. But I've replaced the headunit and added the compulsory mightycarmods sticker. Fun fact? for a 10 year old car, it goes hard.
PLANS FOR FUTURE:If i can, I'd like to update the wheels, with some te37's or just plastidip what's there. that and nightshade the tailights and fix the peeling paint on the spoiler. If i ever get the chance to buy it (eventually) I'd like to race-car it. I know that a turbo model was sold in the US, so I'd like to do something like that!
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Or as a simple solution, I'll just save an buy a s15 :tongue: I NEED BOOST IN MY LIFE!
 

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MAKE: Subaru
MODEL: Impreza RX
YEAR: 2009
DISLIKES: It's only a 4cyl 2.0 and doesn't have enough guts for me and the colour is hideous (light gold).
LIKES: Leather seats, sunroof, low kms, ex-grandma owner so it's in good condition
OTHER: Handles corners well, gets me from A to B
FUTURE PLANS: Upgrade to a WRX or another nice turbo in manual, If my iOS app goes like viral or something I would love a Mercedes-Benz CLA250 Sport
 

EdwardHeartsU

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MAKE: Subaru
MODEL: Impreza WRX Club Spec Evo 7
YEAR: 2004
DISLIKES: It's sports automatic, immobiliser goes into anti-hijack mode for no reason at times
LIKES: Leather seats, sunroof, head unit and sound system in general, HID 'Angel Eyes' headlights
OTHER: Car's previous owner was a middle aged man with a family, car wasn't driven hard and only had 60,000 kms on the odometer when I bought it.
FUTURE PLANS: Exhaust system (If I have the money), upgrade to a manual/covert to a manual on full license among many things.

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I drive a 1987 Toyota Corolla :haha: Cost $1500, bought it from a little old lady and it only had 60,000 km on the clock. I love it, even if I have by far the oldest car out of my friends :haha:
corolla is a proper JDM enthusiast car.
Pics plz
 

anomalousdecay

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MAKE: Subaru
MODEL: Impreza WRX Club Spec Evo 7
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DISLIKES: It's sports automatic, immobiliser goes into anti-hijack mode for no reason at times
LIKES: Leather seats, sunroof, head unit and sound system in general, HID 'Angel Eyes' headlights
OTHER: Car's previous owner was a middle aged man with a family, car wasn't driven hard and only had 60,000 kms on the odometer when I bought it.
FUTURE PLANS: Exhaust system (If I have the money), upgrade to a manual/covert to a manual on full license among many things.

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Is there a particular issue with the current exhaust? What sort of change to the exhaust system are you looking at?

I would stick with stock exhaust unless some heavy engine modifications are made. If you convert to manual, the stock exhaust should be fine too.
 

EdwardHeartsU

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Is there a particular issue with the current exhaust? What sort of change to the exhaust system are you looking at?

I would stick with stock exhaust unless some heavy engine modifications are made. If you convert to manual, the stock exhaust should be fine too.
Just wanted the boxer rumble to be a tad louder, but realised my insurance would skyrocket.
 

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I noticed some wrxs have speaker looking things under the front grill. Are they speakers or nah. Or am i just dun goofing
 

astroman

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I noticed some wrxs have speaker looking things under the front grill. Are they speakers or nah. Or am i just dun goofing
they are hella supertone's, pretty much aftermarket horns which 99.9% people install for the look rather than their intended purpose.
 

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