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Old Sun 10th April 2011, 05:41 AM
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You'll also need to plug the hole near the back of the dump too, it must be off a later model, also what Paul said, go for the WAIC set up or the earlier angled top mount.
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I've got an RS WAIC setup minus pump as it was noisy and or Front mount inter-cooler pipes
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hey guys thanks for your replys

im gonna try make the MY99 intercooler fit but failing that ill either use the waic or go front mount but done stealth with everything painted black.

and i have got the bung plug for the dump just havent screwed it in yet.

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got the cable

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update

well i have finished the conversion and it is running and driving okay.
i will get pics of it all finished once i wash the 2cm layer of dust of it and tidy up the engine bay i bit.

so i used the rs motor instead of the 99 wrx engine i had, its pretty much stock with a tdo5h and a 02 sti TBE and a 99 TMIC. i have just ordered a nice alloy radiator to replace the stock lib auto 1 lol. and as of now im going to install all the parts i have now then i will prob be on the hunt for sti box of some sort.

and heres some pics of what i have just purchased
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Are you aware that a turbo radiator won't bolt straight into a N/A body? The lower radiator support is different on the RS and is recessed down.
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Are you aware that a turbo radiator won't bolt straight into a N/A body? The lower radiator support is different on the RS and is recessed down.
no i was not aware of this is there away around it ? grinder ?
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I've been running my V3 STI conversion on a stock Lib radiator, never been a problem in 6yrs, you just need to connect the hose from the header tank to a fitting on your top tank, the Gen 2 has a bleed screw that you just get a brass fitting to screw into then attach the hose, just means you end up with 2 radiator caps.

Very old diagram but it might give you an idea.
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I've been running my V3 STI conversion on a stock Lib radiator, never been a problem in 6yrs, you just need to connect the hose from the header tank to a fitting on your top tank, the Gen 2 has a bleed screw that you just get a brass fitting to screw into then attach the hose, just means you end up with 2 radiator caps.

Very old diagram but it might give you an idea.
hey mate that pretty much exactly what i did.

but ive already purchased the new 1 and i installed it today it was i bit higher then the stock lib but was an easy fit. but the thermo fans are around 20mm to short so a had to make 4 little extensions to mount them.

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Sweet, after having 2 plastic tanks go on mine, one costing me a head job (not the nice kind) I went for a brass & copper one, been great since.
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