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    powermatt's "I'll do more some day" build

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    I bought my 2015 FiST back in June of 2017, and it's remained stock until just a couple of months ago. I haven't done much, but I'm pretty happy with where it is right now.

    It's a 2015 in Oxford White. It came with the Recaros, moonroof, navigation, and the titanium painted wheels/red brake calipers.

    So far I've only really done three things. I've added a set of Firestone Firehawk Indy 500's in the OEM size and on the OEM wheels. I also removed the sound symposer with Whoosh's symposer delete kit. Lastly, I swapped out the stock cat-back exhaust for Cobb's cat-back system.

    The tires were a massive improvement to the car's handling (replacing a junk set of tires that came with it). The symposer delete got rid of the annoying noise in cabin (I didn't realize how annoying it was until it was gone). The Cobb exhaust added a bit of drama that the car was lacking.

    That's it so far. I've got no plans for anything else at this point, as I'm pretty happy with it. That and I don't want to get in to CARB rules before I'm in a position where I can have a backup vehicle. California life.

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    following for more updates!

    we can get you into a rear motor mount and panel filter upgrade yet for just a little more driving experience "kick"

    love the color!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron@whoosh View Post
    following for more updates!

    we can get you into a rear motor mount and panel filter upgrade yet for just a little more driving experience "kick"

    love the color!
    It may be a while before there are updates. I definitely want to do more down the road, but I'm not in any rush.

    I'm really torn on the rear motor mount. I've felt what one of the stiffer options is like. I do a lot of low-speed driving in my daily commute, and I feel like something that stiff would get old pretty quickly.

    A Cobb AP tune and a filter are a couple of options that I'm thinking about, definitely. Easy enough to revert that once I need to start getting it smogged.

    And thanks! The white really does pop when it's clean.

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    The motor mount was a great upgrade for me and I’m running a stock daily driver. I did research on the forum and went with the mountune motor mount because i wanted the softer option. There is no vibration and the shifting is improved. I highly recommend it.

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    Weirdly I don't get the "clunk" when shifting hard on my FiST. Improvements to the shift quality would be nice though...

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    Nice car and glad to see you're enjoying it! The Cobb and Mountune RMM are certainly some of the softest upgrades out there. I have the Cobb and will actually be selling it soon for something a little stiffer. I don't mind a few vibrations here and there.
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