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Old 10-11-2019, 01:05 AM   #1
WRX_JAC
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Default 2015+ STI GrimmSpeed AOS Clean Install

So I just got a GrimmSpeed AOS for my 2017 STI. I know, I know, some of you guys think that this is an outdated design and that there are better options out there but my car is stock and will remain stock so this one is a better than nothing option for me, it also is pretty easy to install compared to others. With that said, most of the instructions I found out there are not great or are for older subies and do not show a clean installation. I spent a little extra time on my car and am pleased with the results. So here are the extra things that UI bought at Home Depot and the results.

Things from Home Depot
1/2 in. PEX Barb Plastic 90-Degree Elbow Fitting


Extra Metal Hose Clamps

How I connected everything?
I routed all three hoses under the intercooler, used some right angle coupler to help accomplish this. It might be a little tricky to try to fish the hoses but there is no need to remove the intercooler.

This is the passenger side of the car, things are tight in there!!
https://i.ibb.co/ZJbDTxB/Passanger-S...eup-Edited.jpg

This is a view of the PCV hose that needs to be disconnected and the capped port
https://i.ibb.co/4g6trxX/Turbo-Inlet-Closeup-Edited.jpg

This is how I routed the hoses on the AOS side
https://i.ibb.co/Gx3NWhv/Driver-Side-Closeup-2.jpg

And these are two pictures of the complete install
https://i.ibb.co/L5GcHFk/Final-View-Front.jpg

https://i.ibb.co/Jx9sp92/Final-View.jpg


Hope this helps a little bit and serve as future reference!! Have a good one!
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Old 10-11-2019, 12:18 PM   #2
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Thanks for sharing!

This is the passenger side of the car, things are tight in there!!


This is a view of the PCV hose that needs to be disconnected and the capped port


This is how I routed the hoses on the AOS side


And these are two pictures of the complete install



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