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Old 07-16-2006, 10:56 PM   #1
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can anyone direct me to a few sights which offer pistons, pins, bearing, and conrods, ect...

All the sights I've gone to have turbo engine parts. The NA parts are for the 2.5.

I want to get a good judge of how much it will be to put forged internals on my engine.

Please no "just build it for turbo" inerjections.

I want to be able to rev between 8-10,000. All depends on the end price. I'd prefer to have con rods which don't require the engine to be machined so they fit properly (ala cobb), unless the only forged rods you can get require that.
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Old 07-16-2006, 11:05 PM   #2
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your internals are already forged, just not pistons.
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Old 07-16-2006, 11:16 PM   #3
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lets say i want brand spank'n new internals...
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Old 07-16-2006, 11:44 PM   #4
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Your best bet would probably (honestly) be to take the internals and motor you have to a reputable builder with a goal and a budget.

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can you direct me to some sights which have the 2.2 internals??
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Old 07-17-2006, 03:07 AM   #6
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What you want is going to be different than what is available. Most people build turbocharged EJ22s instead of NA monster EJ22s. You will be looking at custom parts in either case.

So look at custom engine part builders......
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Contact Quirt Crawford at Crawford Performance. He will need to order the stuff custom for you, but he can get it. That's really the only way you can do it; custom. The same rods that people use for built Ej22T's are most likely what you will use. The pistons will need to be custom ordered.

I would personally stick with the stock crank. Just have it magged, polished and cleaned. And then when it comes time to assemble it, have it dynamically balanced with the new rods and whatever flywheel you decide to use...
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Thanks, Is it possible to get the pistons to a high rpm streangth by cro-treating them?
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I am not sure I understand the question. Do you mean the stock pistons?
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yes. will crotreating stock pistons make the stock pistons, close to the streangth which forged pistons have
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your best bet on pistons would be mahle. I'm pretty sure that they make pistons for the 2.2, if not contact them and they told us that they would make a set for our motor that we built for a customer. If you do get them get the powerpack pistons they're supposed to be the best on the market.
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