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Old 01-15-2021, 08:03 PM   #22
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Join Date: Aug 2012
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Portland*
2004 STi GTX3076R
Rally Blue


Originally Posted by anthony12052 View Post
got the iag aos a month after i purchased it on black friday.
took a week to do the install (working on it an hour after work each day)
what a pain in the ass it is to do on a gc. with the smaller engine bay it makes things very tight in there.
i put my arm on a bad spot on the upper coolant reservoir and snapped a nippe off, so i cant even start the car until i get a new one.

been reading and doing research on 6 speed swap stuff.
Glad to see you pushed through the BS and have enjoyed the car. I would always recommend bugging the guys at pro drive up at PIR a try, did there skid car stuff back in high school and enjoy the people that they section off for the 3rd group (advanced) its a great time!!! Been running with them and such forever!

I have been a fan of toyo 888's for a long time, heat up well but hard to overheat with a hard sidewall. I would also say add the pressure and and temp guage, both are helpfull.

Not sure what "small town" your in but if you ever need parts (I have a spare upper coolant tank) or help feel free to pm me, nice to see you tracking that car.
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