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Asked by Nov 08, 2010 at 09:36 PM about the Subaru Legacy

Question type: Car Customization

hey just starting out, looking to maybe just lower my legacy and put a sound system. anyone got some feed back on whether i should go into proformance?? would love some advice!!

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keep it stock,sound system is ok,it will cost $$$ to do mods,if not lowered right it will be nothing but a PITA.

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alright thanks on the feed back really appreciate it

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I put a cd player speakers in my 88 Gl under $175. Its ok... but the best thing to invest in would a sub-woofer and amp. Know if like fast beat music 10" speaker(s) are great. for slower bass 12" are good but it really depends on the sound and $ money you looking to spend.

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