Stumpvold's Levorg

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  1. Stumpvold

    Stumpvold Member

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    Here's my little project.
    This is from when i first got her.
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    First couple of parts installed.
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    Don't know why 2 of the pics ended up like that, thay are of the new rims. Looking forward for summer now :D
     
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    What rims are those?
    Look a lot better than the enki's.
     
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    Bola tx09
    Enki's works for winter
     
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    I suspect the pictures ended up like so because they're waaaay to big to display on a webpage.

    typical screen resolution nowadays is 1920x1080, and your pictures are 6000x4000 (and take with a Canon EOS 750D, thanks EXIF data :D )

    That green wire plugged into the bumper, is that for an engine heater stuff ? neatly done. It this a Subaru option in Norway ?
     
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    That may explain it! I need to start using my phones for pictures then.

    The green cable is engine and interior heater from Defa, and I don't think it is an optional extra from Subaru. I got the workshop i work in to fit it in. I think they did a good job. I'm also happy with the placement, almost can't see the plug hole when the cable is not in. :)
     
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    Relocated the license plate, now i can move it under the car when i need to.
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    Also, the Perrin license plate delete for wrx fits. Have to get more Perrin parts now. :D
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    Ordered a couple of parts from Japan, so I'm excited for them to arrive.
    Lowering springs from H&R is also on the way. I would like it lower, but nothing else (at this point) has got any test-papers (like Tüv).
     
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    Cleaner look without the licence plate, watch out for speed bumps where it is now :D
     
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    What's the need to have the licence plate that low? Am I missing something?
     
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    Jepp, I don't like the license, could be better if it was smaller.
    This far there is no problems with speedbumps. :D
    Apperently. I like it, that is my reason, and i can move it under the car. :D
     
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    haha, fair enough. Can u custom make the plate similar size to the Perrin one or is it illegal there too like over here?
     
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    We are only allowed to change the plate on american cars, if they can't fit a normal size plate.
    So for Subaru's, it's the same as for aussies ;)
     
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    Summershoes are on!
    Couldn't wait any longer. :D
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    I may regret changing to summertires this early, but thats life.
    Springs should be here tomorrow, but won't be on the car before next week sometime.
     
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    Changed out the springs with some lowering springs from H&R.
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    Looks alot better, and feels a bit stiffer, but I'm thinking of getting some new sway bars, to atleast stiffen the rear of the car up.
    But i will drive it like this for a while, and see what happens.
     
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    Hot rims on a hot car!
     
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    Thanks! I'm really happy with my choice.
     
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    Some before and after pics of the arch gap in the rear.
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    Before
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    Also got some of the goodies i ordered. Hella's i had from before, but have not installed yet.
    Damd "rear garnish" was a bit smaller than i thought, but i think it will look good anyway.
     
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    What suspension setup did you install? Looks like a 30mm drop all round?
     
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    H&R 20mm lowering springs. I think they gave a 25mm ish drop all around. Turned out better than expected. :D
     
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    Rear end, a bit lower, wide tires, and damd styling. :cool:
    (Led-license fits from other subi's, bought complete lamps of ebay)
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    Now i just have to wait for the new grille.
     

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