The installation is done (look how wide those runners are in the 2nd pic):
And for when that one piece just won't fit in place right......
Everything is in and works great except I'm having a slight problem with the ICV losing pressure and causing my car to stall, but we're fixing that tomorrow morning. The DIY guide suggested 2-3 hours, but it took us about 5-6 hours to complete it, plus some time to run around and get parts. Some of those elbows are annoying. If anyone tries this conversion, buy the understeer conversion kit with all the parts in it... it's worth $300 to save you the frustruation and headaches we had.
There's a very noticable difference in performance up high, but I did lose a good amount of low end torque... however by me doing pulleys and fan delete at the same time, it reversed that loss into a bit of gain on torque too. I'm planning on dyno'ing sometime soon.