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    SPT heat shield

    Over all a really nice looking piece....heres a couple pics
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    Nice. I got one too, I also have a turbo blanket and the stock heat shield on too!
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    What did you pay total for part and install? Looks good man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8INCHATT View Post
    What did you pay total for part and install? Looks good man!


    Paid 62 bux shipped from heuberger subaru in colorado... i live in az. Dealers here are around 15 % more for spt parts. I threw it on took a little bit of time and a couple choice words here and there .
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    Quote Originally Posted by N8INCHATT View Post
    What did you pay total for part and install? Looks good man!
    Should have cost about $60...and if anyone pays to have that installed they need to get beat over the head with said heatshield I had one on my first STI and it took literally 5 minutes. Undo a bolt, shimmy it under the intercooler, and bam. It's on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Should have cost about $60...and if anyone pays to have that installed they need to get beat over the head with said heatshield I had one on my first STI and it took literally 5 minutes. Undo a bolt, shimmy it under the intercooler, and bam. It's on.
    You mean undo 9 bolts. 3 of which I hear are a pain to get at from the top.

    I'd still do it myself though.
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    just took my heat shield off yesterday and those "pain" bolts are not that hard to get to. There is plenty of room to get the socket it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelwfox View Post
    You mean undo 9 bolts. 3 of which I hear are a pain to get at from the top.

    I'd still do it myself though.
    Well yeah, if you're removing the stock heatshielding. I added my SPT on over an Invidia DP.
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