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Brownsburg Indiana
4-27-2005
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Was the outside temp about the same when you drove both cars? I can tell a noticeable difference with my steering with about a 20-30 degree difference. Esp when it get's very hot. With temps in the upper 80's/90's it almost feels like the power steering is still there.

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1-24-2005
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anybody have any idea why all the formatting, links, and pictures are not working right in this thread?
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11-18-2008
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Due to the forum software switch not everything imported properly, the OP will have to edit his posts and fix em up.

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Quote, originally posted by 98spec022 »
Due to the forum software switch not everything imported properly, the OP will have to edit his posts and fix em up.

fixed. I could've sworn I had fixed this one already, but I guess it was just the oil cooler one.


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5-19-2010
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The first link doesn't take me to the actual part and the other links work but seem to leave out the far right threaded fitting (blue) would that be the first part link that doesn't work for this fitting?

Could someone please get me the working link so I get the RIGHT part(s)?

Also, is there a link to the hrpworld for tubing and to which reservoir to use as a direct hook-up to the hose? Much thanks for your help guys!

I am reposting what another member said, since I need the same information. Thanks


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Quote, originally posted by Shahriar35 »
The first link doesn't take me to the actual part and the other links work but seem to leave out the far right threaded fitting (blue) would that be the first part link that doesn't work for this fitting?

Could someone please get me the working link so I get the RIGHT part(s)?

Also, is there a link to the hrpworld for tubing and to which reservoir to use as a direct hook-up to the hose? Much thanks for your help guys! s
I am reposting what another member said, since I need the same information. Thanks

They changed their site so the link doesn't work anymore, but the part description/part number is right in the link. Here it is though http://www.aeroquip.cc/15117-6....aspx

Like I said in the original post, any 3/8" hose will work. If you want to get the blue Aeroquip stuff just grab that from wherever you buy your fittings from.

any reservoir with a big enough fitting that you can clamp those hose to will work, but I used one from Tilton. You have to buy all the parts and assemble it yourself so to do what i did you would need the following items from this link (or wherever you get stuff from that sells Titlon): 3557, 3558, 3564, 3577, and then a small hose clamp.
http://www.pegasusautoracing.c...RVOIR


-Erik

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GT-R, the perfect car when you're just a little too good for the SRT-4.


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I ended up buying this last fitting, which is the one in the right of the page. I hope its the right one

http://www.aeroquip.cc/fcm2113....aspx


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FCM1512 / FBM1512 - Fits Hose Size -06
I hope everything is the correct item. These are the Aeroquip items I purchased. I spent $70 w/ shipping


FCM1562 / FBM1562 - Fits Hose Size -06

FBG0600 / FCG0606 - 6 Ft. Length

FCM2915 / FBM2915 (-06 x -06)

FCM2062 / FBM2062 - Fits Hose Size -06

FCM2113 / FBM2113 - Fits Hose Size -06


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5-19-2010
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I am having an issue with this part screwing on



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Quote, originally posted by Shahriar35 »
I am having an issue with this part screwing on

screwing into the rack or into the other fittings?

If it won't go into the rack and you indeed purchased this one:

Quote, originally posted by Shahriar35 »
I ended up buying this last fitting, which is the one in the right of the page. I hope its the right one

http://www.aeroquip.cc/fcm2113....aspx

then you got the wrong fitting. That appears to be a 9/16" 24 fitting when you needed the M14 x 1.5 fitting listed in the original post and again when I answered your questions before.


-Erik

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GT-R, the perfect car when you're just a little too good for the SRT-4.


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6-16-2011
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Thanks for posting this. I am going to use this post, as a reference for my install this weekend.



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11-11-2002
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How much fluid are you guys leaving in rack for lubrication. Read on another forum to unhook everything and move steering wheel from right stop to left stop to squirt out excess. Does this method leave enough in the rack?

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That's all I did and have had no issues for the past 5-6 years. it'll spit out whatever it can't use.
-Erik

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GT-R, the perfect car when you're just a little too good for the SRT-4.


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8-13-2010
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My fluid was black from the hoses being just cut and left open. I poured fresh fluid in one side then moved wheels as it squirted out the old fluid. Repeated numerous times so i felt good about myself and sealed them. They will leak until enough fluid is gone. It gets annoying at first, then stops.

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11-6-2002
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Quote, originally posted by Erik95LS »

Here is a list of the parts I used.

1x adapter. LINK

unable to find a link (in this thread) that works for this adapter. does anyone know what is required? (yes, I'm mostly clueless)


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1-2-2008
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Quote, originally posted by Chris N »

unable to find a link (in this thread) that works for this adapter. does anyone know what is required? (yes, I'm mostly clueless)

I think this is what you are looking for

http://www.hondatuningmagazine....html


unless you need this piece that is circled. both above and this piece screw into the steering rack


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3-31-2008
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Bringing this back from the dead..... I got all the parts that are listed on page 1 but all the pictures are gone, can someone post the pictures again so I can see exactly how you guys ran the fittings and lines? Thanks
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2-12-2003
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All pics but one are broken. Is this setup the same as the one in the Honda Tuning article linked to a couple posts above this one?
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5-21-2012
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I have some pics further down in my build thread using a combo of Erick's method and some others I found on HondaTech. I use a small tank as a breather for the system---

The HondaTuning version looked overly compilcated and expensive--I think I got all my parts from the Pegaus links above. Total was like $150 with all the braided hoses and fittings/etc

http://honda-tech.com/forced-i...1386/

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