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Old 08-09-2007, 11:03 AM   #1
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Have a 2.2 N/A block and installing my 02 WRX heads with the Wiseco 22t pistons. Will the Wrx bottom end kit work with the 2.2 block? I doubt that it will but just checking. Also does anyone know the correct HG to use in this applications, no decking or milling to the heads, they were clean.
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Old 08-09-2007, 01:19 PM   #2
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what do you mean by "wrx bottom end kit"?
what year or phase is the 2.2 N/A block?
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91' phase 1 block. I'm pretty new to the Subaru engines and not sure about everything. If I buy the EJ205 gasket kit will I be ok with all the gaskets that are related to the case halves? I'm pretty sure I will need a different thickness for HG's but have not gotten that far yet.
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get the gasket kit and baerings for the for the block (still using the phase 1 crank right?)...
as for the difference in headgaskets...I dunno...kind of a toss up as to coolant flow.
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still using the phase 1 crank, and ordered ACL bearings. Did you mean to say buy the 2.2 gasket kit for the block?
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