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Old 12-05-2008, 01:50 PM   #1
kay95
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Default HLA o ring PN 2.2/2.5 combo

I just my 2.2/2.5 together and running in my wagon. Running great but the lifters arent pumping up. I put a 2000 regrind in and put the shims behind the HLAs. I bleed them at that time but that was about four months. I also didnt use new o rings but was fairly sure I didnt damage them either. I am going to give it about a week to pump up but if they dont I will have to take the rocker arms back off and install new o rings and bleed them again. So does anyone have the PN for the O rings?




On a side note it runs strong. My friend has a I phone with dynolicous. It gave a estimate of 15.8 with lifters not pumped up and stock cat back. Though that is with very easy shifting.
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Old 12-07-2008, 08:29 PM   #2
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Are you talking about the high compression frankenstein motor? (EJ25 block, EJ22 heads) Or the EJ22 block EJ25 head low compression frankenstein motor?

I'll assume its the high CR motor. The HLA's in the dual port heads should eventually pump up. You could try some Rislone, that worked for my old EA82 motor.


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Old 12-08-2008, 10:36 PM   #3
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Ya high comp. Runs good but I want more. Starting to think about low boost on this motor with alot of WI. I have two other 2.2 shorts laying around at this point.


Well thats what everyone keeps saying about the lifters. Maybe give it a month.
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