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Old 07-07-2020, 20:41   #31
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Fitting the M2 downpipe to replace the old one


Unfortunately the mounting point doesn't align with the bracket


Over the top didn't fit either


So I made a new one out of stainless


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Old 02-08-2020, 13:30   #32
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New K&N filter to replace the HKS mushroom filter that didn't fit properly



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Old 02-08-2020, 14:17   #33
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The oil cooler fitted by the previous owner looks tired and the hoses are too short to fit with the screen wash bottle, aslo it only seemed to be held on by the top bracket



Could have made some new hoses but instead bought a 25 row HEL kit from GBE

The 4/5/6 kit came with M15 banjo fittings instead of M18 but a call to HEL and they sent out a set of M18 FOC, excellent service!

Mocking up some brackets with amelinium

Most pictures of other people's installs seem to omit the brake ducts which made the fitment a challenge. Horizontally there was no problem with the 25 row, in fact it might have been easier if it was wider as I had to get the mounting points to go either side of the ducts!





Final fitment


Design transferred to steel


Cut down, nuts welded and sand blasted


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Old 02-08-2020, 14:21   #34
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Made a bracket to hold the intercooler piping in the right position

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Old 02-08-2020, 14:23   #35
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Refurbished AYC pump back together with stainless steel pump plate and fittings

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Build is coming along good, Nice AYC refurb, im dreading looking at mine but thinking about relocating it to the trunk
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Old 02-08-2020, 16:18   #37
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Build is coming along good, Nice AYC refurb, im dreading looking at mine but thinking about relocating it to the trunk
Thanks! Sometimes I feel like I'm talking to myself on here Everything seemed great condition for a 1996 car so makes me question doing it but hopefully I'm futureproofing it and not just trapping moisture and salt in to make it degrade faster I'm tempted to do the boot conversion too after seeing the price of pumps, but later on down the line, I just want to get it back together to drive it again right now!
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Old 02-08-2020, 16:21   #38
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Build is coming along good, Nice AYC refurb, im dreading looking at mine but thinking about relocating it to the trunk
Also if you do do a refurb I'd suggest taking the valves out first, I snapped mine when I was manhandling the pump body to remove one of the long screws
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Old 02-08-2020, 16:35   #39
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Thanks! Sometimes I feel like I'm talking to myself on here Everything seemed great condition for a 1996 car so makes me question doing it but hopefully I'm futureproofing it and not just trapping moisture and salt in to make it degrade faster I'm tempted to do the boot conversion too after seeing the price of pumps, but later on down the line, I just want to get it back together to drive it again right now!

HA HA, nah dont think alot of love for the IV. Yea the price is crazy so that looks to be a safe bet. I try to drive mine at least once a week before the winter
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HA HA, nah dont think alot of love for the IV. Yea the price is crazy so that looks to be a safe bet. I try to drive mine at least once a week before the winter
Haha very true but a good thing because that way we can buy them cheaper No idea why though as they're my favourite generation tied with the 5, can't beat the giant foglights! People seem to forget which cars won the manufacturers championship for mitsubishi
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Old 02-08-2020, 20:20   #41
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Haha very true but a good thing because that way we can buy them cheaper No idea why though as they're my favourite generation tied with the 5, can't beat the giant foglights! People seem to forget which cars won the manufacturers championship for mitsubishi

Def canít forget the foglights. I remember telling stories about what I was gonna do if I ever got one lol!!!!Thatís what made it my fav car back in the day


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Old 02-08-2020, 21:45   #42
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Good job on the pump

Make sure you test it before putting it back in the car.

I recently refurbed my own pump and it seems the bolts only need just a little nip, other wise the pump will lock up with minimal use.

I used the search on the forum and it seems I had similar issues as others had experienced after having refurbed their pumps.

I'm enjoying the thread, keep it going.

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Def canít forget the foglights. I remember telling stories about what I was gonna do if I ever got one lol!!!!Thatís what made it my fav car back in the day


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Haha yeah now I'm telling stories what I'm going to do if I ever get it back on the road
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Good job on the pump

Make sure you test it before putting it back in the car.

I recently refurbed my own pump and it seems the bolts only need just a little nip, other wise the pump will lock up with minimal use.

I used the search on the forum and it seems I had similar issues as others had experienced after having refurbed their pumps.

I'm enjoying the thread, keep it going.

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Thanks! I'll try and run the pump tonight, I think I tightened the bolts down quite hard so could be a problem, cheers for the heads up!
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