Confused?? whats the name of the pipe connected to the radiator cap ????
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    Confused?? whats the name of the pipe connected to the radiator cap ????

    Hi guys

    I having trouble finding a hose that I need for a radiator upgrade.
    For some reason I cant insert a pic so ive linked the website that gives a diagram of the part im looking for. Its number 11 on the diagram.
    Does anyone know what this part is called ????


    2002 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX Lower Radiator Coolant Hose

    I just bought a mishimoto radiator that should fit directly in, however it has a radiator cap mounted onto it directly where as the stock radiator didn't.I believe this is standard for the 2002 STI. The pipe I require has a T connector at the end rather than straight through as showen in the picture. I have a 2002 WRX, Chassis GDA, engine EJ205
    new radiator ; Subaru Impreza WRX and STI Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2001-2007, by Mishimoto

    Please help

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    People typically just use a T-fitting and connect the overflow from the "new" rad cap on the rad to the existing overflow. There is no pressure there, it's overflow, so you can use a T-fitting and two pieces of hose to solve your problem.
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