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Old 01-20-2008, 10:44 AM   #46
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Thanks fellas, I'm gonna swap it in February.
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Old 01-30-2008, 07:20 PM   #47
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dude, i think you got a blacktop not redtop engine..
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:38 PM   #48
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This is by far my favorite thread, EVAR! I'm basically doing everything youre doing! Beautiful!
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Old 02-10-2008, 11:34 PM   #49
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I hope Positron is alright, I havent heard from him in like 2 weeks. He was supposed to get back to me about something a long time ago.
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Old 02-11-2008, 02:14 PM   #50
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I know man, it has been a while.... Maybe he's just enjoying sr powah so much he aint on
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Old 02-25-2008, 09:05 PM   #51
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man that is some confusing stuff. Then again I'm a newb
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Old 02-26-2008, 11:57 PM   #52
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WaterPump Installation

I put the waterpump in a while back. It's a straightforward easy install.

Tools needed:
Socket wrench
12mm socket
Rubber mallet
Liquid gasket
Razorblade

If you haven't done so already then remove the waterpump pulley to gain access to the pump bolts.
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Probably nothing wrong with the old pump but I wanted to replace it with a new one for piece of mind.
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I got some new hardware as well.
Waterpump studs Part#: 08226-61610
Waterpump bolts Part#: 08120-8251E
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Use a 12mm socket to remove the seven waterpump bolts.
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The old gasket is holding steady so use a mallet or just man up and bust the waterpump loose.
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Got it!
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Old pump vs. new pump.
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Take a razorblade and remove the old gasket.
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Put the new waterpump studs in the pump, they just screw right on.
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It's ready for the install now.
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Put a continous bead of liquid gasket around the waterpump and insert it back into the block.
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Put your waterpump bolts back in and torque them to 12-15ft.lbs.
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I got a aftermarket waterpump pulley. Torque the pulley nuts to 4.6-6.1ft.lbs.
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And you are finished.
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Old 02-27-2008, 12:01 AM   #53
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god ur engine is so clean...makes me want to build one and never even run it...just like display it in a glass case as a decoration (damn i just realized thats a pretty badass idea for when i get older..)
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Old 02-27-2008, 12:26 AM   #54
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Radiator Hoses

Tools needed:
Screwdriver...duh!!!!

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Lower radiator hose...forgot the part#?????
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Upper radiator hose. Part#: 21501-85F01
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Upper radiator hose goes on the water outlet here, don't forget your hose clamps.
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Remove the old cut up hoses...
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...and the lower radiator hose goes on the water outlet.
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Finished.
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Old 02-27-2008, 12:42 AM   #55
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Speed Sensor

I replaced the speed sensor today.

Tools needed:
Screwdriver
10mm small head wrench...you need a small headed wrench to get to the bolt head over the hump of the speed sensor.

When you do the swap you have to swap the speed sensors out. If I'm not mistaken the US sensor reads mph while the JDM unit reads kph or m or somethin'!
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Just bust the screw on the speed sensor loose with a wrench and remove it.
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The KA speed sensor vs. the SR speed sensor...they look identical.
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Insert the KA speed sensor, insert the bolt, screw it in and you're done!

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Old 02-27-2008, 12:59 AM   #56
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Knock Sensor

I was going to replace the knock sensor with a new one but I decided to just stick with the old one.

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If you took everything loose like I did then put the knock sensor and harness back together and mount it back on the block.
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Put the harness back on...
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and don't forget about the little clip.
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The knock sensor mounts here under the intake manifold.
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Done.
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Old 02-27-2008, 01:29 AM   #57
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Intake Manifold

I finally got the IACV gasket in so I could put my intake manifold back together and mount it.

Tools needed:
Socket wrench
Socket wrench extension
10mm socket
14mm socket
Torque wrench

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When I striped the block down I also broke the intake manifold down into it's separate pieces so I could replace all the gaskets.
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First off, I lost the pics I took when I put the throttlebody gasket back on but the part number for the throttlebody gasket is 16175-53J00.
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Next, I replaced the IACV gasket.
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Use a razorblade to remove the old gasket.
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Mount the IACV onto the intake collector and torque the bolts to 6.2-8ft.lbs.
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Intake collector gasket.
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Place the intake collector gasket on the intake collector...
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and then mount the intake runner and the intake collector together. Torque the intake bolts to 13-15ft.lbs. Also take the IACV hose and reconnect it while you're at it.
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Put a new intake manifold gasket on and then mount the intake manifold back on.
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Torque the manifold bolts to 13-15ft.lbs. and another one bites the dust.

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Old 02-27-2008, 06:25 AM   #58
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hey do u a parts list for those gasket I'm thinking of doing the same thing?
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Old 02-27-2008, 08:00 AM   #59
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great stuff.


when installing that plastic gasket for the intake manifold. how much space did you have to torque down the nuts/bolts? last time i did this swap I wound up ordering up new longer studs to have extra clearance.

when i did the greddy pully i used regular bolts instead of the studs since i wasn't going to be mounting up a mechanical fan.

a lot of the times on these gaskets i use liquid gasket maker. works great. cheaper than the oem pieces too.
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Old 02-27-2008, 09:13 AM   #60
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great stuff.


when installing that plastic gasket for the intake manifold. how much space did you have to torque down the nuts/bolts? last time i did this swap I wound up ordering up new longer studs to have extra clearance.

when i did the greddy pully i used regular bolts instead of the studs since i wasn't going to be mounting up a mechanical fan.

a lot of the times on these gaskets i use liquid gasket maker. works great. cheaper than the oem pieces too.
I havent' torqued that manifold down yet because I'm gonna have to take it off again to put the coolant temp sensor on. It's not like the one on the KA where you can take it off without removing anything else because the intake runners are in the way.
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