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Old 12-15-2004, 01:58 PM   #1
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I have a 95' impreza with the 1.8L running 9 lbs. through a t04b. Well the pistons and rings are finally worn out and need to be replaced. I have a 93 2.2L na block that I want to rebuild for this setup. My question is do the legacy turbos come with forged internals? And if so then will they work in a 2.2 na block? I only plan to run 15 psi max on race gas so I don't need the closed deck block, just the strength of the rods and pistons/rings.
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Old 12-17-2004, 02:57 PM   #2
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The EJ22T rods and crank are forged, but so are your stock EJ22E ones. The pistons are not forged, but are moly coated. If you do a search in the conversions forum, there is a thread called "this should be the last EJ22T thread" that contains links to everything you could want to know about that engine. Much easier than searching every single thread with EJ22T in the content. You search button works, right?
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