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Old 05-05-2015, 05:56 AM
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As my new engine arrives his week, now is a good time to breath a little life into my WRX, nothing too radical so happy with a small step up. Tried japline but they have nothing.
Anybody have or know anybody that has?
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Old 05-05-2015, 08:19 AM
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Would you not prefer a GD STI cooler rather than a 98/99 one?
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Would you not prefer a GD STI cooler rather than a 98/99 one?
Straight swap?


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Old 05-05-2015, 02:25 PM
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http://www.perth-wrx.com/vb/mechanic...-wrx-tmic.html

Not quite a straight swap but nothing terribly hard, this gives you an idea of what needs to fit a GD WRX unit.
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I have a mint 1999 STI TMIC and a VF28 turbo if you are interested. There is not much difference between the VF34 and VF28 imo...
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No mention of having to go to a remoteaster cylinder in that write-up? I know when I fitted a later model Spec-C cooler to my GC, the standard master didn't fit.
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No mention of having to go to a remoteaster cylinder in that write-up? I know when I fitted a later model Spec-C cooler to my GC, the standard master didn't fit.
You just shorten the GC8 clutch master Resi by 10mm (off the bottom) - problem sorted
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