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post #16 of 28 Old 04-06-2011, 09:00 PM
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That looks like a STI with a sequential shift kit on it. Hideous looking bandana interior. I'd say to do what chris is suggesting. Even if it comes down to the JDM red STI seats.

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That looks like a STI with a sequential shift kit on it. Hideous looking bandana interior. I'd say to do what chris is suggesting. Even if it comes down to the JDM red STI seats.
I think its just an extension...garagespec makes them...I'm not to sure why you would want an extension on your shifter though???

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People normally extend them if they put a sequential kit on the car. Which I think only the STIs have kits for sequential. Could be wrong about that though.

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I hear yeah..

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There's a sequential kit out for both the WRX and STi although there's no real benefit as you still need to use the clutch between, and thats just the extender in the pic you can tell because of the reverse lockout

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I have totally been wanting to do the dash like that STi had. BTW, we call it suede, but if you order fabric, you actually want Alcantara. Suede fades with the heat in a car. Unfortunately, Alcantara is harder to come by as it's not available in fabric stores (that I'm aware of). The stitching is something I don't think I could do well enough. I really like the look of the dash though. Very Lamborghini-esque.

+1 for doing STi seats. Even 08+ WRX seats are a nice addition, but have blue instead of red. 09+ WRX's have red stitching, which might work out for you. I wouldn't mind a set of seats out of an EVO X. I have to be honest, I really prefer the EVO seats to my STi's.

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I'm still debating on which seats to buy for my car, but I got to thinking about it and I have side airbags on my seats...would the jdm sti seats or any subaru seat have the airbag and is it a direct replacement? I would like to keep the airbag feature...

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any 02+ Subaru has side impact airbags

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yeah, and I have recaros which obviously do not...lol....airbag light drives me crazy

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^ Pull out your cluster, remove the little airbag lightbulb and your good to go

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I was gettin to it..........lol

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I read somewhere on here that there is a 3ohm resistor you can pick up at a hardware store then you can plug into your seatbelt's sensor clip.

Tricks the car into thinking its got airbags.

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