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Old 05-01-2010, 10:53 PM   #1
suberdave
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2005 EJ257 Block, crank, rods
1997 STI EJ20K Heads (Pollished Intake Ports)
JE Deep Dish Pistons\
STI Head Gaskets / will give me 8.75:1-8.80:1 compression ratio
1997 STI EJ20K Cams
1996 EJ20G intake manifold (ported and painted) and wiring
1996 EJ20H Timing Belt Covers
2003 EJ207 VF37 Twin Scroll Turbo
1" Intake Spacers to allow front inlet turbo
Phenolic intake spacers
EJ20K Power Steering Pump
ViPEC standalone ECU (Currently in the car)
ARP Head Studs
Gates HP Timing Belt
Excedy Twin Disc clutch
Custom Built -6 AN Parrallel Fuel Rails
Sard Fuel Pressure Regulator

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now i just have to weld up the downpipe. get a "T" for the PCV to the chetch can and work on the idle...

then drive it, brake it in, and tune it...

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Old 05-03-2010, 10:28 PM   #2
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Very nice. I'm putting the finishing touches on my EJ205 engine (forged pistons, STi rods, +1 bearings) with Ver4 STi heads (no porting). A couple of dumb questions,

What coils are you using (assuming USDM)?
Plugs?
Lastly, where did you get the spacers? I'm considering the HTA68, but have to address the stock inlet location and I'm not wild about the Samco 90 degree inlet kit.
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Old 05-03-2010, 11:11 PM   #3
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What coils are you using (assuming USDM)?

Plugs?

Lastly, where did you get the spacers?
1. I was using USDM EJ257 coils. i am now using JDM EJ207 Coils. they are the same coils (same part number) but have the longer WRX style boot on them.

2. I am using one step colder NGK V-power BKR7E

3. the spacers were made by my father. i scaned a intake gasket and copied it into OMAX (drafting softwere) then my father cut them on a water jet. (if interested i have another set i would sell. PM me if interested...)

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Old 05-04-2010, 10:52 PM   #4
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1. I was using USDM EJ257 coils. i am now using JDM EJ207 Coils. they are the same coils (same part number) but have the longer WRX style boot on them.

2. I am using one step colder NGK V-power BKR7E

3. the spacers were made by my father. i scaned a intake gasket and copied it into OMAX (drafting softwere) then my father cut them on a water jet. (if interested i have another set i would sell. PM me if interested...)

-=Suberdave=-
Thanks. PM'd regarding the spacers.
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