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Old 04-06-2007, 12:42 AM   #1
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Okay, so my engine is sitting in my garage that is a mess and im trying to figure out whats what



anyways, lol

so i decided to put the driver side head on to see how the ej22t's heads would work with the legacy turbo water pump i just installed..and while i was staring at it i noticed there were two breathers on the valve cover, the ej18 head only has one.



im assuming the ej22t's intake manifold had some kind of tubing running into it but im not sure. how would i go about plugging it properly?

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i just want to clarify that the feed rail that sits on top of the block that normally goes to heater core is replaced with the legacy turbo rail, which is then fed into the turbo then returns into the passenger side head. the replacement coolant rail for the heater core is run under the head. please feel free correct me if im wrong..id appreciate it, thanks!
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Old 04-06-2007, 06:13 PM   #2
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heeeeelpp

someones gotta' know what that thing on the valve cover is for!
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Old 04-06-2007, 07:27 PM   #3
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it's part of the pcv system just plumb it into the rest of it
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Old 04-06-2007, 08:05 PM   #4
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i'm not using the ej22t intake manifold though, the ej18 is what im using..
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Old 04-06-2007, 08:52 PM   #5
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so...ej18 block ej22t heads and ej18 intake manifold? strange monster...
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Old 04-06-2007, 10:32 PM   #6
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so...ej18 block ej22t heads and ej18 intake manifold? strange monster...
for now, yes..the ej22t motor was pretty much given to me, other then the block, i have to pay for them later so i figured for the price as of now..cant beat it

the plumbing is already taken care of too which is another reason i decided to go w/ the ej22t heads

eventually she will see phase I ej22 n/a heads and will be building up a ej22 n/a block with low comp pistons as soon as i start working full time again (being in highschool sucks, kind of), & they are plentiful and cheap and, since this is my project car if i blow it up i dont really care cause it isnt my D/D

thats why my obs is staying stock

ive been toying around with the thought of buying one of those big ass garret turbos later down the road, but then i also realized the turbo costs as much as the car hmm, maybe one day

as soon as the motor is done im going to redo the entire interior and bring it back to stock conditions..its pretty haggard right now, as the owner(s) before me worked there jerry rigged magic and ****ed everything up..missing screws everywhere, holes in the carpet..
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