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Old 09-05-2006, 11:35 PM   #1
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I've got a low mile Forester motor for sale. My friend found this motor for me as a temporary replacement for my current motor but I decided that I'm going to rebuild the one that I've go immediately. So, this low 40K mile motor is ready to go.

The cylinder walls look great. The outide is pretty clean. New front and rear block seals. New updated DOHC head gaskets (not the leaky ones). New cams seals (all four). The oil pan has been pulled, cleaned, and inspected.

Here's the best part. The heads have about 10 hours of porting to them. The cam journals look perfect as well. The heads will be arriving back from the head shop tomorrow and will get bolted back on. The valves were re-seated as well. I haven't had the heads flow tested but I'm sure they willl help greatly. The porting primarily removed casting flash and smoothed the walls and sharp lips in the port bowls under the valve seats

The motor is from a 2002 model. Comes with oil pump, complete cylinder heads, oil pan and pickup. A long block is what it is. I should have pics of the heads when I get them back from the machine shop tomorrow.

Shipping "should" be about $130 +/- as a shortblock is normally about $100.

Selling price is $700 plus shipping.








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Old 09-13-2006, 09:05 PM   #3
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Sold! To me. I'm decided to build an engine out of the block and crank. Thanks for looking.
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The block pictured is not (originally) from a 2002 Forester. The pistons are reverse dished and the oil seperator plate is plastic, aka phaseI.... Someone mighta misinformed your friend or flat out lied. I would change that rear plate to the aluminum one and do something to upgrade the pistons and get back to 10:1 compression.

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Old 09-14-2006, 08:14 AM   #5
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The block pictured is not (originally) from a 2002 Forester. The pistons are reverse dished and the oil seperator plate is plastic, aka phaseI.... Someone mighta misinformed your friend or flat out lied. I would change that rear plate to the aluminum one and do something to upgrade the pistons and get back to 10:1 compression.

Jay
Yeah I found that out recently. Apparently there wasn't a NA EJ25 DOHC for the USDM for '02. Not a problem though it was just a miscommunication from one person to the next. The mileage part was correct though You can see this thread and scroll all the way down to the bottom. http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1076296
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