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I recently purchased my first Subaru after many years of Honda ownership. She is a SWP 2008 WRX 5 door with the premium package. The stock horn was the first item to go...replaced by supertones, of course. Next came the sport grill and Lathewerks shift knob. A swaybay set with endlinks are right around the corner. I see many familiar screen names from the other Suby forums and am looking forward to sharing my experiences with fellow enthusiasts.

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Welcome to the forum!
 

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welcome ! youre at the right place, here the place to be when you have a 08 ;D

now its pictures time, got any ?
 

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Aftermarket part for contour SVT are pretty inexistant, theres this place there that import U.K spec Ford Mondeo
its called BAT (British American Transfer) they have contour/mondeo, euro spec focus, some good cosworth sutff ect
 

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Aftermarket part for contour SVT are pretty inexistant, theres this place there that import U.K spec Ford Mondeo
its called BAT (British American Transfer) they have contour/mondeo, euro spec focus, some good cosworth sutff ect


Good to know, thanks!
 

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IS it me or is it the first white WRX to be on the forum?

I love white.. My previous car was white. I'll always love white.. not more than my current red though =)
 

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Sorry for the newb question, but how did you get the shift knob off the boot? ???
The bottom of the knob has a notch in it to hold the boot up. After you unscrew the knob, just work it side to side and pull firmly and she'll pop right out. What a difference a good knob makes. Good luck!
 

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Sorry for the newb question, but how did you get the shift knob off the boot? ???
The bottom of the knob has a notch in it to hold the boot up. After you unscrew the knob, just work it side to side and pull firmly and she'll pop right out. What a difference a good knob makes. Good luck!
thanks! I wasnt too keen on just pulling the knob off, but I'll give it a go again! Plus I always enjoyed the feel of a weighted knob.
 
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