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Old 03-19-2017, 12:02 AM   #1
CarmelValleyWRX
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2005 wrx wagon
48w

Default MAC solenoid

so i set all day aside to do my 560cc blue injectors. finished by noon. was like "now what?" so i drew up a bracket in fusion 360 and cut it out to mount up my MAC EBCS in factory location. i made out out of some phenolic circuit board which is fairly strong and very heat resistant. i would have made it out of aluminum but didn't have any thin enough. i bought a 90 fitting from the local ace which was too tall so i had to machine it down and thread it more. strangely enough i had a toyota solenoid (for charcoal purge or something) with the same plug as the bcs! so i chopped it and will solder it onto the wires for a half ass fix. i actually sourced the plug from here https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/pr...oducts_id/1757 and will install that properly once it arrives so i dont have to cut the factory harness. i could have gotten this https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/pr...oducts_id/1725 but did not want to solder and heatshrink in the middle of the wiring.











total cost was about $40
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