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Hey wuts up guys my name is Brendan.....Im rele new to the fourms and so far Im loving this site......I just bought a beautiful 2003 White WRX about a week ago and I have about $3000 to waste on it right now....
So im asking you guyes from your points of views, WHAT WOULD BE THE FIRST THING or THINGS to do if u had $3000 to spend on a 2003 WRX???
hahaha hope this didnt seem like a STUPID question but hopefully it will help me out
O and my BIRTHDAY is TOMORROW so hopefully I will be gettin some more $$$$...haha
Last edited by H4RDC0R3xxSTIxx; 05-21-2006 at 07:53 PM.
up-pipe (a must), 3in down pipe, 3in catback, adjustable swaybars, good tires, boost gauge if it doesnt have one, drop in filter, and ems.
Question for all why access port?? just because its a less expensive EM? just curious because i have yet to get EM, still undecided on which i should get access port, utec, xede......any advice is welcome
Pay down the principle on your loan if you financed it.
I blew an obscene amount of money on upgrading my old Integra before it was paid off, and with stuff breaking, or being worn out from autocrossing and road-course racing, it became a real money sink. The mods (full turbo/engine management, Tein suspension, LSD, fully built shortblock) were a ton of fun, but ultimately I was still upgrading a car that wasn't mine, and if anything had happened (repossession, accident, theft) I would have been out ALL the money from the mods, minus part of the principle for what a stock car was worth.
After I'd paid it off making slightly better than normal payments, I went back and figured the amount I'd spent in interest and it was several thousand dollars. Several thousand bucks I could have spent on even bigger mods, had I been patient.
If it's really burning a hole in your pocket, I'd split it up and use a healthy chunk to pay down the loan, and get small improvements (tires/bushings if you're into performance, some rims or springs or spoilers if you're into looks) that won't break the bank.