nice em2 looks really seek ..
from what Im understanding if you use the RSX rad requires the core support to be trimmed because its wider, the oem EM2 radiator has the water necks on the wrong side, an EP3 radator is bascially a direct fit that car.Hey does anybody know is it required that I get an rsx radiator or can I just use the stock rad or an aftermarket aluminum rad? thanks
What rad fan are you using, because the EP3 rad and fan I got hits the rad support center vertical beam.im using a koyo rsx-s radiator and no trimming was required.. i think the trimming they might be referring to is maybe the upper grill trim.. but nothing to the core support.. only time trimming was required was when u go to a rbc manifold.. that was pretty much it
There seems to be quite a bit of room on the driver front side of the engine bay for a coolant resevoir. We're going to look into a DC2, EK, EG reservoir that'll fit the area.Slim fan, would work. What about coolant reservoir? There doesn't seem to be a place to mount the EP3 reservoir in the EM2 engine bay. Is there a solution to this?
i had the same catch can for a while but there was a slight problem with it... u need to drill a tiny hole on top cause it cant suck and/or push and excees coolant into that tank cause its sealed. think of it as sucking or blowing into a glass bottle... nothings going in or coming outi just did my custom bottle and i git my off ebay for $30 shipped
I own an EP3 and I popped my hood to check that out. It turns out the EP3 hood prop mounts base mounts on the passenger side of the car. I would then have to notch the hood to make that work.for the hood prop just convert to the ep3 setup
as for exhaust.. theres to many variants on how you can do the setup.. you can mix and match and so forth.. you could use your stock em2 exhaust and modify it to match the rsx downpipe.... or you could buy a ep3 setup and do slight modificiation from there.. and it goes on and on