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Old 01 July 2012, 12:46   #1
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Default Custom STi interior in my Wagon

At long last (it's been 6 weeks without an interior except my 2 front seats) I got my custom trim fitted today including:

Custom rear bench with Blue Alcantara and ribbed black cloth to match the front with STi logo embroidery.

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Full set of alcantara trimmed door cards with extra padding!

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Spec JDM S204 dash trim (from Japan Parts) with Black prodrive gear **** and red hazard switch

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and to top it off the guys at RA motorsport (up the road from James Watt upholstery) fitted my carbon splitter for me - Thanks guys!

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Its just a shame I could keep her clean this week after my detailing efforts as I had to go on site at T in the park!! Nevermind, I'm still one very happy man!!
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Old 01 July 2012, 13:16   #2
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That looks the bollox I'd love to have that in my wagon done a great job there mate!!!
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Just a query how much did getting that lot fabricated cost??
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Car looks stunning mate, where did you get the splitter and retrim from?
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Very impressive, yet not over done. Your Wagon is a credit to you, looks very, very nice
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Just a query how much did getting that lot fabricated cost??
You better sit down (!) for this one......Rear bench (alcantara and ribbed cloth) with the embroidery and head rests was 650 and the door cards were another 200 but the level of workmanship is excellent.

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Car looks stunning mate, where did you get the splitter and retrim from?
The retrim was done by a guy called James Watt (Jim) in Perth, he's on the same industrial site as RA motorsport. The splitter is from JM carbon - its fine and looks great but I had some issues and the overall quality is a little dubious.

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Very impressive, yet not over done. Your Wagon is a credit to you, looks very, very nice
Cheers man, just a 'few' more things to finish her off!
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Here's one I just took after my detailing session and one I took mid drive this afternoon.

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A great looking car with tasteful and quality modifications/upgrades, well done!

Watch out this centre console though as it may scratch very easily (if it is from the same material as the one on Forester Sti's), only use a damp microfibre cloth and rub very gently to clean.

What suspension/springs are you on?

Are saloon door cards not a direct fit?

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I know it's a lot of money but I have to say it does look very nice indeed!!
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A great looking car with tasteful and quality modifications/upgrades, well done!

Watch out this centre console though as it may scratch very easily (if it is from the same material as the one on Forester Sti's), only use a damp microfibre cloth and rub very gently to clean.

What suspension/springs are you on?

Are saloon door cards not a direct fit?
I hear you on the delicate material - I have already marked it a little but it looks the shizzle!

I'm running on brand new full STi shocks and prodrive (Eibach) springs. The Saloon cards are a direct replacement but the only ones I could fine were still 175 and used obviously. For anther 25 I get brand new cloth matched ones with a nice little extra cusioning! Plus you only get that 'new smell' with...eh....new ones!!
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Looks nice ......
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good looking wagon mate well done
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