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Gonna pass on this but I will say that this past summer I went to a Tristate Tuners' meet and they seemed like a very nice group of people.
 

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Hello guys, This is my first post on the subaruforester site, but i've been a viewer/member of the (old) site for close to a year. Anyway I have an 05 xt & I live around 15 minutes from freehold raceway mall so I'm thinking about checking it out.
 

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yup...it should be a good one.
Look for me. I have a Silver one. Things get hairy just follow me and we'll park in a spot for the mall....Nice having the biggest sleepers in the world :wink:
Oh the way its not just Subaru's going
240sx forums, evoNY, is300 forums, srt-4 forums, tristatetuners, mazda forums, nissan forums, evo forums,etc etc etc all found out about this somehow.
All Subaru's meeting at the Best Buy on Rt 9 In Manalapan between 630-7
Be early if possible.
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i be there.. silver one as well . will be tagging along with a silver sti that i beat last saturday
 

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Foresters need to be together!
 

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Hi Guys, unfortunatly I was unable to make it out to freehold last night due to some vehicle problems. I had tein s tech springs & cobb front & rear swaybars installed at presicion tuning last week & friday night I was pulling into my driveway (which has a slight incline & the pavement is warped & bumpy) & I heard a loud cracking noise & I thought I hit a mud flap on the driveway since the vehicle is lower. I inspected the vehicle & there was no body damage but I noticed the vehicle was leaning 2-3 inches towards the driver side. I looked underneath the vehicle & the rear swaybar somehow damaged my right passenger side suspension where the swaybar connects. The vehicle is undriveable & I'm having it towed back to presicion tuning tom. so they can take a look at. The damage looks pretty bad, Any insight would be appreciated or if you know any one with any experience with cobb sway bars I would love to hear any opinions that you guys have on the products. Thanks
 

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Ian, post this up in the Suspension forum. There was a big deal about COBB swaybars braking things, but I never really followed it as I simply decided not to buy them. But I beleive other members can chip in some useful info.
 

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I was the only one there!
 

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yeah sorry i got sick and all that plus its like an hour and a half from me. my friend said it was icy around his house so i decided not to go
 

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o yeah it was icy. the whole parking lot. still @ 150 cars showed...
 
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