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Old 07-23-2019, 12:21 PM   #76
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Great write up man! Great stuff! Where does the hose just below the IACV and to the right of it go?



Iím looking around and notice that there isnít a hose connected there or on the throttle body under the inter cooler. Iím thinking the hose popped off and that they should have a hose connected to each other. What do you guys think?


Thatís a coolant line

A lot of guys remove it never understood why no matter what climate your in what the gain is to doing it

To my recollection itís a cold start/emissions type system
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Old 08-03-2019, 09:46 PM   #77
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Would this be the same setup for a 2.5XT Forester 2004 , or is there any significant difference to the sizes and lengths of hose needed? I had several crumble when getting the heads off.
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Old 08-14-2019, 11:15 PM   #78
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Great write up! Been using their hoses for years - with rare exception - I wouldn't use anything else.

Hose D and G - those I had issue with. Those are for the transport of oil vapors (PCV) and oil isn't friendly (in my experience) with those hoses. Hose D in specific sheered off - it look like someone cut it STRAIGHT at the top end of the breather of the head itself - the heat, bend + less than friendly oil vapors.

Absolutely everywhere else, no issues.

I've also run their hoses in other vehicles like both of my wife's (1 wife, 2 cars) Outbacks and my 1986 Mr2 - stellar results in all 3 vehicles!

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I've heard of a magical coolant hose that runs UNDER the throttle body (2006 WRX in my case). Just curious if I missed something, as I cannot find it on your WRX.

Thanks!
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Old 12-06-2019, 05:18 PM   #79
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I just installed a new radiator and am having issues with HOSE H. It is the factory hose so I plan on replacing it but the hose itself seems barely to big compared to being snug on my old radiator. HOSE I is slightly smaller (at least on my car) and seems like I need that same size on HOSE I.
Sorry if that is confusing or if I am on the wrong thread. Thanks

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Old 01-16-2020, 07:47 PM   #80
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pic of heater hvac hoses below

part nos are 72411fe001 and 72421fe010
http://imgur.com/a/XWDmk7P
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Old 01-20-2020, 11:42 PM   #81
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Thatís a coolant line

A lot of guys remove it never understood why no matter what climate your in what the gain is to doing it

To my recollection itís a cold start/emissions type system
I believe it's also to prevent the throttle from icing up in cold. Otherwise the pressure/temperature drop after the throttle plate could form ice and a sticking throttle.
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Old 04-20-2020, 04:53 AM   #82
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How are you guys clamping the hoses?
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Old 07-06-2020, 07:49 PM   #83
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Lets goooo, was hoping to find a thread like this. Crazy what the search feature can do
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Old 11-30-2020, 01:04 AM   #84
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In the process of doing this right now. Was having a hell of a time following the write up and the pictures because my internet is slow as hell.

Took the liberty of creating a google doc with all the pictures in line with the text.

All credit goes to freeman.matt for the excellent original write up and pictures!

All I did was put it on the same page. Hope it helps someone out there.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...JpYelkEcw/edit

Btw, it seems HPSI-Motorsports has run out of or discontinued their Subaru hose kit? Can't find it on their site anymore. I ordered mine months ago, luckily I guess...
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