- May 12, 2014
- Las Vegas
I know, it's an automatic as well. It's in immaculate condition and it's so fun to drive. Definitely a good buy.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
Is there a particular issue with the current exhaust? What sort of change to the exhaust system are you looking at?MAKE: Subaru
MODEL: Impreza WRX Club Spec Evo 7
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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Just wanted the boxer rumble to be a tad louder, but realised my insurance would skyrocket.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.