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Old 03-10-2009, 05:24 AM   #1
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im doing a motor build, but i couldnt seem to find an ej25d locally but ive found an ej251, i will just be using the block halves and pistons but i was wondering will all my accesories like water pump, oil pump, gears/pulleys and other stuff bolt on to the ej251? i thought the only change between the ej25d and ej251 were they became SOHC and they had bigger rod journals, but if im mistaken and i have to buy specific parts for the motor ill just keep llooking for an ej25d
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Old 03-10-2009, 06:48 AM   #2
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It's a good base to start from. All your bolt on parts will fit and the result of that block with those heads is a little bump in compression that helps in making a bit more power.

The only thing you may have to change, is the mounting bracket for the timing belt tensioner. It bolts right up to the block too, so no worries there.

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awesome thanks thats just what i wanted to hear, i will be building it with ej22t rods and crank so i will be dropping the compression so i can run boost
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