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So far in a short time I have done the following in order: Front Tint, OEM Hood Deflector, OEM Window Deflectors. Crossbars, K&N Panel Filter, Nameless 5" Resonated Exhaust. LP Adventure Hood Brackets w/ LEDs, 21-Inch Single Row LED Bar in Lower Valence, Rally Armor Mudflaps, and most recently my favorite mod thus far...225/65/17 Toyo Open Country AT on OEM Rims...more mods and adventures to come!

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Great post, love seeing all the possibilities and keep us updated. As for the light bar, does attaching it mess with the auto closing grille?
 

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The tint up front looks nice. Did you just match the rear windows? If not, what level tint is it all around?
 

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New wheels installed! Nothing special...but affordable and got the look I wanted. X-Wheels ER-1 17x7.5 +40 Gloss Black with Toyo Open Country AT2 225/65/17 NO LIFT, NO RUBBING
 

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Installed AEM intake for a little better throttle response, don’t expect any gains but it’s a quality piece and fitment is perfect
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Some better pics...S2 Blender Lights:
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led fogs from eBay with oem relay and switch:
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AEM Air Intake:
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And Limited Edition White Hella Supertone Kit from Subiemods:
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Great looking Forester! Do you think the strut bar is worth the money? Where did you get yours from?

I have the same AEM intake in my '20 Sport. I wish it was louder in the lower RPM range, as I only really hear it open up past 4k RPMs. Sounds like a minor exhaust on cold start ups and in Sport Mode.

Speaking of, how does the Nameless exhaust sound? Would you recommend it to a fellow Fozzy owner?
 

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NIce mods, good looking car!

I had an OEM hood deflector on my 2000 Forester. If you decide to keep it, you'll need to keep tabs on cleaning the hood under it fairly regularly. Also suggest putting some kind of padding between the deflector and hood because when the gusts hit it (at least mine), over time, the deflector wore down the paint on the hood.

When I bought my '18, I went with a clear bra instead to protect the hood.
 
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