Featured Ride of the Month: Fresh_WRX

Posted by Justin L on 12th Sep 2017

2014 Subaru WRX Hatchback

Ian and his WRX

Over the course of the year we have sold many HID kits to customers around the country, and recently added LED headlight kits to our product line as well. Today we will be featuring one of our customers who has a great social media presence with his Subaru WRX down in San Diego, California. Let us take a look at the mods he has done so far to his Subaru WRX Hatchback.


Ian T. (aka Fresh_WRX) is an avid Subaru enthusiast. He has been in the car scene for a long time while working and studying full time. His dedication can be seen in the amount of work he's done to achieve the current look of his WRX. You can find his installation videos on Instagram and YouTube.

"I decided to purchase my 2014 Subaru WRX Hatchback because it is, in my opinion, the most bang for your buck performance car that is also very practical.  I'm very active and love to put my dogs, exercise equipment, travel gear, snow gear, etc. in the back of my hatch.  A car seat will soon occupy a portion of the rear seating area as we are expecting our baby girl in early October.  I find comfort in knowing the symmetrical all-wheel drive system and the well-protected cabin will undoubtedly keep myself and my loved ones safe.  I'm obsessed with the signature Subie rumble and look forward to AutoX and tracking my car in the near future." - Ian


2014 Subaru WRX Hatchback


  • Custom Magnaflow axle back muffler
  • DIY galaxy shifter and e-brake boots
  • Sickspeed shifter extender
  • Tail light overlays
  • Perrin Performance Subframe Lockdown Kit
  • Perrin Performance Differential Lockdown Kit

Future Mods:

  • AutoX and tracking my car
  • Wheel and tire upgrade
  • DBA rotors, performance pads, upgraded brake fluid, stainless steel lines
  • Sway bars
  • End links

HIDeXtra is glad to be a part of Ian's modification adventure. We can't wait to see what he'll do to his ride next. You can follow Ian on his YouTube channel, Instagram, Twitter, and Google +. Thanks, Ian!