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Old 04-30-2002, 10:14 PM   #1
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Question Need a part number for a turbo manifold

I am trying to turbo charge my 96 outback with an EJ 22. I have the turbo (tdo5) all of the piping, blowoff valve and cooling lines. All I need an exaust manifold and downpipe. for my car. I have been thinking about making one but that is too much trouble. I have gone to the subaru dealership trying to buy them for the EJ 22T but they cant look it up unless I have the vin number. I was currious if anybody either has a stock subaru with and EJ 22 T that I could use the vin number off or maybe just the part number so I can use that to purchase it. Also if someone just happens to have one laying around I would be interested in purchasing it. Thank you.
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Old 04-30-2002, 11:22 PM   #2
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Contact Outback Motorsports.

Search them on the internet, I don't have their info handy. They work alot with subie sand rails, so you won't find anything on the website about it. Call them and talk to Jon. He can get you a manifold for your project, and the exhaust parts that you need.

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Don't forget that the ej22 header will not fit with your crossmember. You'll need one of them too.
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Old 05-01-2002, 12:25 PM   #4
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Oh yea, about the crossmember, you need to get the turbo waterpump as well, I forgot why but was reminded again by hondaslayer: The manifold will not fit with the RS water pump because it places the t-stat in a position where the manifold cannot be fit.

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I tried to look for outback motorsports. All I found was some 4 wheeler sites. I checked with rob at www.forcedairtech.com. He has turbo kits for my car but he would not sell just the up and down pipe. Other than that it was a great site. Lots of good stuff. Nice twin turbo setup.
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Outback Motorsports: 1-714-994-5222

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Old 05-04-2002, 08:58 PM   #7
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Thank you very much. I will have to give them a call on monday.
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Jon's a good guy, I wasted alot of his time (and my money on long distance ) talking to him about short blocks and heads. Thelll him the guy who called repeatedly about short blocks and legacy turbo heads sent you.

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