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Old 11-02-2017, 03:50 PM   #561
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What did you use to filter the coolant?
I used an empty tea bag / tea pouch with strings(non paper base). I wrapped it over the mouth of jar then pour coolant into fill funnel when refill. I've seen people using coffee filter & shop towel as well.
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Old 12-25-2017, 03:41 AM   #562
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I installed the setup per original write up (I think) and Iím noticing zero difference and looking at what Iíve done, it makes no sense either. Itís essentially running in parallel to the heater core return line?

Somebody correct me if Iím understanding this wrong.

EDIT: Nevermind, oil this oil cooler makes such a small difference you wonít be able to see it without data logging. Source, this thread: http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=93127

Also, Vibrant Performance 11417 works well for the M14x1.5 to hose barb fitting.

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Old 02-13-2018, 10:04 PM   #563
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Options for the barb fitting without using adapters:

http://www.jegs.com/i/Vibrant-Perfor...11417/10002/-1

http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS-Performan...00478/10002/-1
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What is the consensus on throttle body routing vs parallel to the heater core routing?

Guessing I dont need the adapter fitting if the throttle body routing is used. Throttle body routing looks a lot simpler and looking at the link on page 40 it works well.
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Old 03-27-2018, 12:22 PM   #565
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Looking through the pictures on this thread, it looks like there are two ways that the Forester water pipe is being positioned. Just wondering which one is the correct way?

Fitment A or Fitment B?
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I'm using the first one with the washer and I recommend using a washer or it will leak as this was not my first or I used and had a leak and replace it. As far as the oil cooler goes I'm using the same exact oil cooler / heat exchanger. I only use the car around town so it works perfectly but I'm not sure how would hold up on the track. Plus side about this heat exchanger oil cooler is the oil temperatures does rise much quicker if you're running a turbo.
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Looking through the pictures on this thread, it looks like there are two ways that the Forester water pipe is being positioned. Just wondering which one is the correct way?

Fitment A or Fitment B?
Fitment A is how mine looks.
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I'm using the first one with the washer and I recommend using a washer or it will leak as this was not my first or I used and had a leak and replace it. As far as the oil cooler goes I'm using the same exact oil cooler / heat exchanger. I only use the car around town so it works perfectly but I'm not sure how would hold up on the track. Plus side about this heat exchanger oil cooler is the oil temperatures does rise much quicker if you're running a turbo.
It appears both offer washers. Was gonna pick up one of these two.
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If anyone doesn’t want their old coolant pipe then hit me up. I’m doing a project and could use the pipe. It saves me a trip to the junk yard.
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If anyone doesnít want their old coolant pipe then hit me up. Iím doing a project and could use the pipe. It saves me a trip to the junk yard.
So what was this project?
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So what was this project?
Old news. I got the pipes from a pick n pull. Check my build. I will be routing my supercharger coolant lines different than what the kit calls for.
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So, is the Ned oil cooler kit the same thing..As the Forester XT part # 21317AA070 and #21311AA170?
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So, is the Ned oil cooler kit the same thing..As the Forester XT part # 21317AA070 and #21311AA170?
Yes. But the NED is only those two parts, plus some hosing for the throttle body route.
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