Nameless stepped long tube 4-2-1 header (left) vs Nameless prototype 4-2-1 V.3 (right).
During the header install you will also have the chance to move your fan wiring for the driver side fan. We took the chance and ran with it, rerouting the driver side fan wiring up along the fan bracketry itself. Having the wiring ziptied in place allows plenty of distance between the header and the wiring to keep things from turning into a melted mess of plastic.
You can see here the new route for the driver side radiator fan and how it was zip tied in place to the fan bracketry pulling it further away from the header and securely mounting it.
A great shot of the clearance that the header has between it and the radiator fans.
You can also see here the Nameless header's proximity to the fan assembly and where the wiring previously ran.
Upon completion of the header install we moved to the install of Whiteline's steering rack bushing (part number KSR210)
to remove some of that mushy steering feel from the car, super easy to install with the correct equipment. I had used a machined bushing cup that was roughly the same size and length as the bushing. Using that in combination with a full length long threaded bolt and a nut allowed me to basically pull the stock bushing right through the rack and into my machined cup.
We applied the supplied grease to the ID and the OD of the bushing to ensure a smooth and easy fit into the rack.