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Old 07-21-2013, 11:02 PM   #51
WelDun1
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Haven't check this thread in a while, my heads sat at the machine shop for about a month before they finally began working on it, but everything's basically together now, only hold up is the injectors. I bought a set of 565 dark blue's from the classified, but all 4 ended up not spraying at all, so now I'm getting a set of Deatschwerks 650cc. That'll teach me to always try to buy used to save a few bucks...Some things you can buy used, but I guess injectors is one of the things that's probably better off purchased new. =\

Can't wait to finish everything and get it tuned!
I was saying the same thing the other day. Some parts are just better to get new. If it has moving parts, I usually get it new...Lol
If I were you, I'd Atleast get some 850cc. And get Injector Dynamics's. They have a better rep for lasting longer and keeping an even spray. I'm getting the ID1000cc. You can't go wrong with them. If ur only getting 650's, ur better off just screening some stock Pinks. It's definitely cheaper, but honestly, you should go with the ID1000cc like I am, if not the 1000cc, than Atleast the 850cc.
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Old 07-21-2013, 11:23 PM   #52
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I considered going bigger, but then I'd need a bigger turbo, which would then mean an sti tranny swap. This is my way of keeping myself in check lol.

It's so hard to keep myself from always spending on my car.
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Old 07-23-2013, 07:25 PM   #53
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Any new info?

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Old 03-05-2014, 06:05 AM   #54
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Any new info?
Half a year later bump!

A few questions,

1. Does the Version 5/6 EJ207 use the 02/03 EJ205 Timing Belt Kit?
2. If I swap to an EJ205 Intake manifold/sensors/ECU, what MAF do I use? I keep reading about how bad they are on the V5/V6. Do you switch to the EJ205 MAF after the swap?
3. Coil pack. Which one do I use?
4. Spark plug wires. I'm guessing this is an import part only?


Thank you!

My searching usually bring me info on the V7 and up so I decided to ask.

And here's my little contribution:
The ver 6 MAF (part number 22794AA010) can be replaced with the MY99 RS MAF (Part number 22794AA000)

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http://www.rexnet.com.au/forum/index...lacement-part/

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Old 04-11-2014, 01:19 AM   #55
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Half a year later bump!

A few questions,

1. Does the Version 5/6 EJ207 use the 02/03 EJ205 Timing Belt Kit?
2. If I swap to an EJ205 Intake manifold/sensors/ECU, what MAF do I use? I keep reading about how bad they are on the V5/V6. Do you switch to the EJ205 MAF after the swap?
3. Coil pack. Which one do I use?
4. Spark plug wires. I'm guessing this is an import part only?


Thank you!

My searching usually bring me info on the V7 and up so I decided to ask.

And here's my little contribution:
The ver 6 MAF (part number 22794AA010) can be replaced with the MY99 RS MAF (Part number 22794AA000)

Source -
http://www.rexnet.com.au/forum/index...lacement-part/
if this helps any i used the MY 99 MAF on my v6 ej207
the 205 timing belt will work for the 207...
the spark plug wires i used were usdm i believe, i got them form roadrace engineering.
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Old 09-15-2014, 03:57 PM   #56
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Hey guys, does anyone happen to know where I can find a workshop for my v5 ej207 ? I can't seem to find one anywhere. I spun a rod bearing on the first day I got her and want to rebuild.

Any sort of info that will help me with the rebuild process is greatly appreciated !
my email is jake_carey33@hotmail.com if someones got something for me.
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Old 09-25-2014, 01:48 PM   #57
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I currently have a jdm engine I'm putting in my wrx, idk if its ver 5)6)7 and so on but I would appreciate some help figuring it out please and thank you
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Old 10-06-2014, 03:41 AM   #58
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I currently have a jdm engine I'm putting in my wrx, idk if its ver 5)6)7 and so on but I would appreciate some help figuring it out please and thank you
Hey man, do you have any pics? Its pretty easy to tell the Ver5/6 from the Ver7, but to differentiate between a 5&6 is a little harder if you only have the engine. If you post some pics I can prolly tell you what you have tho.
The ver5/6 has the offset coil pack on the intake manifold, and the ver7 doesnt have a coil pack on the manifold, it uses the individual packs.
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Old 10-06-2014, 03:49 AM   #59
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So I have my swap finished and now I'm doing the tuning. I'm running the stock ver5 RA ej207, rotated gtx3071r w/TiAl .63ar hotside, FMIC, TiAL 38mm EWG, TiAL Q BOV, custom fab'd vband up/dwn pipe, DW300 pump and DW850cc inj, AEM meth kit, 06+ 2.5 oil pan, KillerB pickup tube & baffle, Link G4 PnP ecu... I'm not sure how much boost I should be running, meaning how much boost I think the stock block can handle. I'm only going to be running on the stiffest WG spring for now, but I do have a Perrin EBCS Pro that I'll get installed as soon as I can get someone to tune for it. I think I should be good on 15-18psi tho...what do you guys think?
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