Pump is in! Took a few hours. I followed this guide:: http://www.rexnet.com.au/forum/index.php?/topic/81329-diy-gc8-walbro-fuel-pump-installation/ But I removed my back seats entirely. Makes things SO MUCH EASIER. Car fired up just fine after the install, which is always nice when you're modifying something as important as the fuel system. Like I said, I've had this pump sitting around for ages; and the initial reason I bought it was to replace a potentially tired 18-year-old fuel pump. I enjoy reliability! Now, if I wanted to step up from the 440 tune to the 550, All I would need now is the injectors, and probably an intake. No plans for that at the moment, but we'll see where it goes. I had a pretty good idea of where the leak was, so all I did for the rad was stick my phone in the engine bay, and get a few pictures of the dirty/wet/leaky spot. Then I went online and filled out their warranty form, uploaded the picture(s), sent $70 for shipping... and a new rad showed up! They ask that you dispose of the old rad, so you're not cheating the warranty, but they don't need proof of the disposal. I'll see if I can jam it in the bin out back... But yeah, I'm super happy with the warranty, because this could have happened to any radiator, koyo or otherwise, but only mishimoto has the lifetime warranty. ::::::::::::: Front Brakes are INSTALLED! Wooooo! I used to be afraid to do any brake work, but pads and rotors are a breeze. Here are the new stoppers Here are the old rotors... I had noticed that my rotors were developing a lip on the outer edge. The lip was the same height as the quarter placed on the surface, and the backsides were even worse. I made sure to give the brake pedal a good few pumps before I took it for a run, it'd sure be scary to have the pedal go to the floor like that on the streets! It's nice to have an improvement in stopping power, without the squeals of the old pads/rotors And they look so nice when brand new too! In other news, odometer is sitting at 190,000 kms, and when I parked the car ten minutes ago I decided to check and see if there were any codes in the system... No codes! Yay!