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Old 08-10-2007, 07:29 PM   #1
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Default Phase II EJ22E manifold - heads?

From waht I understand all phase II stuff is interchangeable..does this apply to the ej22 too?

Im curious to know if usdm wrx heads will bolt up to an ej22e manifold.
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Old 08-11-2007, 01:21 PM   #2
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I would say no. Right off the bat, the TGV's come into play.

Regardless, I just looked at my EJ18E and EJ205 heads next to each other and the intake holes are definitely different.

Of course, my EJ18E is a Phase I, but nonetheless, I'd still say they're different.
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Old 08-11-2007, 03:48 PM   #3
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im not to sure about this either, but i would like to find out more. sounds really interesting.
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Old 08-11-2007, 04:54 PM   #4
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SOA part numbers
EJ205 intake mani gaskets: 14035AA421
7/98+ EJ22 and EJ25: 14035AA382


different part number.....pretty safe bet it won't work
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Old 08-11-2007, 10:01 PM   #5
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thanks guys..
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Old 08-12-2007, 01:04 PM   #6
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hA! you guys needs to have HANDS ON. The gasket is a different part number, yes. BUT the bolt pattern is the same. It will bolt up just fine. What you worry about is the cam sensor position. It MAY be able to run fine because we're able to do a '96 2.5L DOHC into a SOHC 1.8L Impreza. Started up just fine.

All the Phase 1 EJ18, EJ22 share the same intake mani bolt pattern. All the 96-99 DOHC 2.5L share the straight-across bolt pattern. All 99+ phaseII 2.2L/2.5L and WRX/STi/FXT/LGT and regular models share the same bolt pattern as of current.

If you want I can go put my EJ22E mani on my WRX long block then come back and post.
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1) Because it makes future reference easier, and...
2) Because I'm a total geek...

it would be easier to refer to the Phase II EJ22 as an EJ221. There are EJ221s, EJ222s, and EJ223s, but I just think the 2s and 3s have to do with what trim level of car it's in.

So I hereby designate the Phase II EJ22 as EJ221

I guess it would make sense that the Phase II engines work, as the heads are different than the Phase Is.
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Old 08-13-2007, 01:38 AM   #8
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I just want a pair of phase II EJ22 heads......I got the manifolds to fit it!!!

c'mon Fuji.....give'm up!
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post pic a kid!!!

if i were to get a phase II ej22e, i could put some wrx heads on it and have a nice boosted motor! sickness.
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Glad to see this got cleared up. I read the first couple of posts and my initial response was WTF do TGV's have to do with it? People without firsthand experience really should learn to bite their tongues.

Jay,
I may have a set for you in fairly short order coming off of my new project car. I will let you know...
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You da man!!!
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Glad to see this got cleared up. I read the first couple of posts and my initial response was WTF do TGV's have to do with it? People without firsthand experience really should learn to bite their tongues.

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I may have a set for you in fairly short order coming off of my new project car. I will let you know...
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Old 08-15-2007, 06:48 PM   #12
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still waiting for pics from fuji..
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:03 PM   #13
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still waiting for pics from fuji..
there are a few things you have to do. FYI, that is a WRX intake manifold gasket.

WRX top, 2.5L NA bottem


2.5L top, 2.2L bottem


You have to take off the big metal bracket on the driver side of the intake mani


you can see it's off and also leave the bolt right next to the fuel rail OFF


Here's the bracket


You want to grind away at the end of the rail sos the little alignment pin for the mani-gaskets will clear the manifold.


It's going to be a tight fit. You might want to drill the manifold holes so they're bigger towards the CENTER of the whole manifold.


Here's the manifold on the WRX heads; EJ22T shortblock w/ 96-98 3-layer 2.2L head gaskets. Sorry I didn't have all the bolts on the manifold, but it all lines up. Just a bit tight. FYI: need to run non-WRX/STi/FXT/LGT upper coolant pipe as the header return hardpipe will not clear the NA throttle body coolant hardpipe that's to the driverside of the NA throttle body.


Happy now?
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:41 PM   #14
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very!

im thinking if i ever get a phase II ej22e impreza L i can boost it using wrx heads, slap some ej22t pistons in the block and have a big boost friendly motor.
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