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Posted by ZTSI, Nov 11, 2003
Newbie Forum - Beginner/newbie/general DSM modification questions. First mods, how to run 10's when you haven't run 12's yet, any tech question that doesn't fit in another tech forum.
turbo coolant in
turbo coolant out
oil cooler in
oil cooler out
oil cooler intermediate
throttle body in
throttle body out
I'm looking into getting all of them through the Auto Parts store that I used to work for (PartsPlus). I should have answers later today, for what I can and can not get. I will post them when I have all the Gates' part #'s in my hand. I already know of 1 hose that is Special Order.
Hopefully I can get pictures too (Schematics). Then we all can be in good shape when taking on this fun project!!
10163P - MD112349 - HOSE, Engine Oil Cooler
10163Q - MD301045 - HOSE, Engine Oil Cooler
10164 - MD309661 - HOSE, Engine Oil Cooler
10719 - MD112349 - HOSE, Turbo Water Return
10718 - MD306415 - HOSE, Turbo Water Feed
10712 - MD195053 - HOSE, Throttle Body Water Return
10711 - MD193577 - HOSE, Throttle Body Water Feed
I'm going to order the main radiator hoses from eBay.... anyone know of the better ones to get off eBay? I don't want to pay a crap ton for them, but I don't want cheap crap either. The gates ones were SPO and I don't want to spend the money on those if I have to pay for shipping off eBay anyways.
Any help you guys could give, would be SWEET!
Here is a picture. Look at the part numbers and you'll find them on the pic.
Yes, 3 of them are the same 90 degree bends that are about 6" long. The one near the oil filter is a pain to get too and replacing that hose is a lot easier if you have the oil filter out.
Don't forget to get heater hoses too, Mitsubishi sells them as a kit with both hoses and 4 clamps.
As for radiator hoses, I bought OEM ones from the dealership.
Thanks i needed these.
I have been working on other things right now (Air Ride), but I am sure to get to the heater hoses and radiator hoses, just as soon as I have the space to actually take things apart. The car is in a tight garage right now, I can barely walk around it. Can't wait for the summer and the new garage I'm building!!!
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Surprisingly, it's held up well. I've looked at it when it's hot and it looks no different than when it's cold. Even when it has hot coolant running through it, it's still pretty firm. It's on that spot where there's only an inch or so gap.