im pretty sure id be able to figure it out like that but you know having a guide always helps..seeeing what other people have done before..does EVERYTHING bolt up exactly the same way it would in an sti??
First you have to have a turbo X-member. It has a relief for the up-pipe. It will not bolt in because the up-pipe will be hitting if you don't switch it.
If you use the USDM sti one, the points where the control arm bolt up are wider so you will have to shim the control arms to get them to fit tight. Best bet is to either use the sti control arms too, which will widen the track width on the front or get an older legacy turbo one or a jdm gc8 one.
The splines on the rack are different than the gc8. you can use your stock rack but the sti has a quicker ratio. there is a thread on here on how to modify the u-joint coupler thingy to use your gc8 steering shaft with the sti rack.
I did this swap and what I did was just unbolt the whole x-member assembly (motor trans, trans x-member, suspension) and just bolted it right into my gf8. bolted in, no problems. The only thing that you have to be mindful of is the suspension is slightly different. the front will bolt right up but the rear will not.
If you're more specific on what exactly you would like to know, I can help you out some more.