Well i narrows the water leak down to the weep hole in the pump, and its collecting inside the timing cover, i ran to a sweet place called Car Parts Warehouse, they carry everything from cheapy house stuff, all the way to name brand performance parts, such as the pile of Brembos lol. I got a Gates pump, hopefully i can steal a lift at school tomorrow and get this in so i can go back to NY this weekend.
I finally got my car into school to address the waterpump, i got the car up, unbolted everything pulled the rad for shits and giggles then got into the timing assembly. 1st i noticed ribbing on TOP of the belt...Not good, then i see that the waterpump is rusted and pitted as i figured. Then after removing the rest of the cover, i find that not only was the timing belt never changed, the pulleys and bearings are all original. Now at this point, ive broken nothing but 1 timing cover bolt. I loosen the tentioner to release the belt so i can get to the pump, breaking the rusted 75k tensioner bolt in the process. So not only am i up shits creek with a bad belt, but i have no tensioner and a broken bolt in the block. So now that im panicing cause i have no usable car to get parts, i go to the trunk and see if theres anything from the old 2.5 back there. And there wasnt, but what was there was my EJ255, so i broke out the 10 and 14mm sockets and cannibalized the 255 for its bearings and pulleys, so now they reside happily with my new waterpump and timing belt. The End