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Old 04-03-2008, 02:06 AM   #7
99 rs
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Member#: 100994
Join Date: Nov 2005
Chapter/Region: W. Canada
Location: Edmonton
Vehicle:
2005 Acura NSX-T
2002 IS300 Wagon

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All the RS stuff (or money back in your pocket stuff).




The replacement beater to drive while doing the swap. Note: I highly recommend that if you’re doing a swap you have another arrangement to get around.


The parts back from the powder coating place. The tape is still on in some places.





WRX cross member on the car. Here the RS control arms are being held up to show the “shims” that people do when they don’t have the WRX control arms. I ended up using the WRX control arms. These pictures are only for show:




WRX bolt on the left, RS on the right.



We used the WRX radiator. It’s twice as thick as the RS and it was designed for the car. The RS fans are 2 wire; the WRX’s are 3 wire. I didn’t want to do any extra wiring or splicing (especially where they are exposed to the elements) so I switched out the RS fans into the WRX fan housing.
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