I answered my own question.
This is a Resume part from the Writeup I Posted.
(Link on the Previous Post)
...if now the Coolin' System will Depends only on Electric Fans,
They'll need to Start earlier than the Risky 203º F (95º C) for Sure,
due to the Fact that they will be no More "Auxiliary" Fan,
nor a permanent "Mechanical" fan... just Twin Electric Fans.
So I Found that the Subaru's Thermo switch has the Followin' measurements:
M 16 X 1.5 Pitch
And Doing my Research, I found that some Hyundais came with Same
measurements on their Thermo Switches, and certain models came
with Cooler Temperature Ranges than Subarus.
This is the Original Subaru EA82 Thermoswitch and its Part Number:
There are Aftermarket ones too:
But since in my Own Humble Opinion, They're Too Hot to be "Safe" for
the head gaskets on long term use on the EA82 without the Mechanical fan;
I Found This one:
It Belongs to a Hyundai Elantra, this is the Part Number chart:
The part number could end in zero or one, because it has variants
for different Hyundai models; no problem; but I Kindly suggest you
to use the part number from the Hyundai part's Box, in the Photo.
Here you can See Both Thermo Switches Compared Side by Side,
and their Temperature Ranges in fahrenheit and Centigrades:
This is the New, Hyundai Thermo Switch:
Testing it to fit onto the Subaru's Radiator:
Already plugged in:
Same Measurements at All.
Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo, 06 February 2014 - 10:35 PM.