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Old 10-24-2007, 05:33 PM   #1
Mechkiller31st
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Default EJ22 head Gasket for turbo on non turbo

Ok as most now from a post just a few notches down i am putting a TD04 Turbo onto my 1998 L subaru Impreza EJ22 now i have since found out that i have a blown head gasket and have decided to replace them while putting the turbo on.

Now this is kinda stupid to ask after the fact but imight as well ask anyways. I have ordered Cometic head gaskets for the EJ22E turbo for my EJ22E non turbo the only difference is the EJ22E non Turbo is .40" where as the EJ22E Turbo is .051" now i know this "MAY" affect my timming slightly but other than that is there any problems with doing this?
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Old 10-24-2007, 06:39 PM   #2
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No problems if you ordered an ej22e headgasket for your ej22e car. If you ordered an ej22t headgasket, it may be different routing for coolant but I'm not sure.
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