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Old 10-30-2008, 03:05 PM   #1
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I snapped the pully bolt off in the crank of my EJ22T. I was wondering if I have different options on what to replace it with and what the benifits would be. I haven't looked too hard yet for any sort of aftermarket crank, I was thinking more OEM upgrades from different motors. Also, if thats not an option, I need to know if the EJ22 crank is the same as the turbo blocks crank. Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:05 PM   #2
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You might be able to drill the bolt out, get an extractor in it and unscrew it still. Depends on how stuck it is. Might need a right angle drill and to pull the rad but still beats buying a motor.

Depends on how much HP you plan on making and how much you want to spend. If your doing a reasonable amount of HP and dont have boat loads of money I would just get a ej18 or ej22 core for pretty cheap and use the crank. I believe everything phase 1 (90-98) would work fine.
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Old 10-30-2008, 08:54 PM   #3
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You might be able to drill the bolt out, get an extractor in it and unscrew it still. Depends on how stuck it is. Might need a right angle drill and to pull the rad but still beats buying a motor.
cheapest thats for sure. might be hard to get in there, youll prolly have to take off a lot of the front end or just pull the engine out at least halfway to easily get to the crank
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Depends on how much HP you plan on making and how much you want to spend. If your doing a reasonable amount of HP and dont have boat loads of money I would just get a ej18 or ej22 core for pretty cheap and use the crank. I believe everything phase 1 (90-98) would work fine.
check yards or just craigslist for a car or engine thats blown for something cheap then youll have a lot of other stuff too that you might need down the road, or stuff you can sell back
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Old 10-30-2008, 09:26 PM   #4
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The motor is out of the car, I have a 98 RS with an EJ22t and WRX heads, and a menniam stage III kit. I'm looking for the most benifitial upgrade. I was going to just get an old block out of this all subaru yard in town, but I wanted to be sure I could use a crank from a 1.8-2.0-2.2-2.5
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If you are looking to 'upgrade' get a phase I Ej25 crank and stroke your Ej22 up to 2.35l.
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Old 10-30-2008, 11:13 PM   #6
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If you are looking to 'upgrade' get a phase I Ej25 crank and stroke your Ej22 up to 2.35l.
Would that require any sort of head spacing?
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Old 10-31-2008, 06:59 PM   #7
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No it requires custom internals from wiseco
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No it requires custom internals from wiseco
I thought you could swap crank and rods and call it a day, using your own pistons, do you HAVE to use the Wiseco's?


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Old 11-24-2008, 07:48 PM   #9
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On a lot of broken bolts that are flush with the surface, I've taken a slightly larger nut and laid it on top of the bolt shaft and taken a ac stick welder or a wire feed and welded the nut to the bolt shaft and it comes out pretty easy. I know for sure this works on chev sb heads and aluminium blocks but I haven't tried it on a steel crank but what do you have to loose?
With the stick welder I use the ground clamp to hold the nut in place and it works pretty easy, you just fill up the inside of the nut with maybe a small blob on top. Don't mess up the outside of the nut if you can help it but if you do just use a vise-grip on it. The bolts usually aren't very tight and maybe the heat helps to loosen them.
On one chevy head still in a k5 blazer the back exhaust manifold bolt on the pass. side had a 3/8 tap and a ezout in the same hole. Only a helicoil would fix that. I did get them out with about 5 1/2 nuts and the welder. They are neat conversation pieces.
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Old 12-01-2008, 06:42 PM   #10
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I thought you could swap crank and rods and call it a day, using your own pistons, do you HAVE to use the Wiseco's?
Yes you have to. The stock 2.2 pistons are too "tall" for the 2.5 stroke/rods.
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