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post #31 of 38 Old 11-14-2011, 08:31 PM
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Maybe Im reading it wrong, but the higher the number, the more drag correct; the lower the number the more efficient right? But anyways found what i was looking for:Subenet: 2006 WRX Exterior Specifications

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Interesting. I don't think with what I do I'd ever notice a difference wither way. It'll be at the track for the 1/4 for fun, going to rally cross occasionally casually, and a semi-dd.

And Wagonracer, I love the wagons with the rear flares done. It's about 20 times more expensive than the front is the problem.

Josh that white one has almost got me inspired to man up and spend the money getting the rear converted. It's super sexy. Here's hoping mine doesn't look ridiculous half done. I've seen plenty and they look nice with just the front done.

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The numbers for CoD are pretty dang close that unless pushed to the max, I bet theres next to no noticable difference.

Brandon, I think doing the front is going to be enough to hold you for awhile. It would be nice for wagon owners if the rear was as easy and cost efficient as the front. I just hope all goes well for you, and look forward to seeing you around more. Good luck with everything.

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Ya, they still work from what I read. I'm still not sure why changing only body parts necessitates a mechanical change, other than its the proper way to flush it out I suppose?
But if thats the case then really what you're saying is any positive offset on a stock wagon will wear bearings faster, because my fenders have nothing to do with it. Or am I missing something?
Your car comes with positive offset wheels. You're talking about getting lower offset wheels. Running lower offsets has more pressing issues that would make you not want to run them than faster wheel bearing wear.
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I put lower than recommended wheels on my car and could feel it holding me back.....back to stock now.
It almost felt like a 100HP loss not so cool then

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So I lied, I'll be spraying my 2011-blaze yellow
the RIOT act likes this.

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You seeing if Chase is still around and kicking Randy?

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