I attempted to fit the intercooler I plan on upgrading to the other day, and it doesn't quite fit. It's from a '98 WRX. I'm a bit short on space, so I'm going to have to trim the lip on the intercooler outlet, but I doubt that will be enough. I'm wondering if I would be able to cut some of the inlet off of the throttle body to get more clearance? I forgot to check how much space there is before the throttle plate, and it's been too cold to go back outside, so I don't know how much I have to work with, but that's about my only option. There is another thing I could do, but I would really rather not: I could somewhat flatten the endtank by the firewall, probably with a rubber mallet or something, in order to get it to fit, but like I said, I'd rather not. I guess there is one other option, and that would be to get an older intercooler, but this one is damn near perfect!