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Old 12-04-2003, 11:53 PM   #1
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Join Date: Nov 2002
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: nashville, tn
2005 Legacy GT

Default APS TMIC install

Man, I thought this would be easy. Big mistake. First took forever to get this thing crammed in there and get the bov, turbo and TB hose to line up. This thing being heavy as hell didn't help the cause either. Then I tried to salvage my whiteline strut bar and thought I was successful, but when I started the car it started shaking because the strut bar was touching the IC which was on the motor. Then I was so happy I was done I didn't realize the IC was laying on the turbo top coolant hose. Test drive went saw, saw, psshhhh. Luckily I didn't leave the neighborhood and coasted it on home. Tomorrow I have to figure out how I can route the new coolant hose. Got any ideas. Oh and I managed to fit the APS splitter to my CF hood with a regular size scoop no problem. Just had to vent--I'm pouring a drink and going to bed

I bought the IC and splitter from bikerboy a highly recommended seller. Although my back and knuckles are cursing him now.
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