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Old 03-23-2011, 08:20 PM   #76
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What would you rather have..the ej20g or the ej20k?
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Old 03-25-2011, 04:17 PM   #77
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Old 03-31-2011, 01:29 AM   #78
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i was so stoked about finding the 20g's for so cheap, but after reading this looks like im back to square one... thanks for this thread tho, saved me a bunch of time figuring out that its not worth it to swap into an 02 wrx
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Old 04-01-2011, 03:40 PM   #79
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nothing but a 205/207/255/257 should go into a WRX.
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Old 04-01-2011, 09:19 PM   #80
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yep, you could use a horse to pull your car but why?
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Old 04-08-2011, 05:44 PM   #81
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wow great information, ive been toying with the idea of a jdm swap into a porsche 914, im smog exempt so i dont necessarily care about the obd2. I was also thinking about having Outfront Motorsports do the wiring for me but this thread has got me thinking i may try it myself.
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Old 06-06-2011, 11:07 PM   #82
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This is my first time around with a subaru so thanks in advance. I have a JDM ej20GV (it came out of an impreza). that I want to put in a 95 legacy. Problem is the engine was hooked to an auto transmission and the legacy is auto. I have a convertor plate from an 06 USDM WRX engine (which is probaly different), but don't know where to get one for the JDM engine or if I'll need any other mods. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Old 06-07-2011, 06:45 AM   #83
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I am doing a JDM ej20h swap with JDM sti trans into a usdm forester. The guy that's doing it for me will know exactly the answer to that question as he only deals in JDM
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Old 06-23-2012, 12:26 AM   #84
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There's some mistakes in the beginning of this thread, but whatever it's old. People have figured out a lot in 5 years.

My 95 wrx ej20g swap, engine, trans, harness and ecu, rear diff and lots of extras was $700. 95 fwd coupe rust free from florida was $600. I bought a dp, header, fmic and exhaust for it from ebay. I had most of the awd stuff sitting around, I need a few junkyard parts. Add in shipping and all the stuff I bought and I think I will have about $3500 in the car. I got rid of a lot of unneeded stuff, I think the car will be 2500 lbs or less. Once it's running I think I am going to add sti 550 cc injectors and a Rob chip. 300 whp and 2500 lbs will be fun.

I finished the wiring merge yesterday, it really wasn't a big deal. Strip down both harnesses and merge about 20 wires or so. It took me a few hours.
Would you buy a 04 WRX and do the 95 clip treatment (wiring?)
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Old 06-23-2012, 03:06 AM   #85
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Would you buy a 04 WRX and do the 95 clip treatment (wiring?)
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No. That makes no sense at all. Why would you put an old jdm engine in a newer wrx?
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:19 PM   #86
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What about putting an older Japenese motor in my newer car (i.e. 94-96 EJ20g into my 99 RS). Sure, why not? JDM motors only have at most 60,000 miles - it plugs in and works just fine.


I didn't explain properly. I want to do the full front clip, but in the meantime the 04WRX is dead. Will the 96-98 JDM just plug in? No ECU problems??

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Old 10-15-2012, 01:34 PM   #87
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I have nothing to add here.

Just to say my V4 EJ20K is running great!
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:58 PM   #88
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What about putting an older Japenese motor in my newer car (i.e. 94-96 EJ20g into my 99 RS). Sure, why not? JDM motors only have at most 60,000 miles - it plugs in and works just fine.


I didn't explain properly. I want to do the full front clip, but in the meantime the 04WRX is dead. Will the 96-98 JDM just plug in? No ECU problems??

Sean
The issue you are going to run into with putting an older JDM engine into a 96+ USDM car is that if your state has emissions requirements that utilize the OBDII port YOU WILL NOT PASS! The next issue is the wiring harness, you will need to merge the JDM harness into your RS harness or pay someone to merge it for you. You will need to use the JDM ECU. In your case you are better off putting a 02+ USDM engine in the car.

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Old 03-06-2015, 03:23 PM   #89
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This thread is ridiculous.


It is in no way beneficial, and is full of a bunch of non sense.
i seriously cannot believe (kinda frustrating) that this stupid post is what pops
up on any EJ20K, EJ20T, EJ20G, EJ205, EJ207 question that you might run through google.




Simple question.

What all is different between the EJ20T and the EJ205 ?


Coolant Hard pipes on the top of the block.
Various sensors
Intake manifold
injectors and fuel rail
Power steer pump and brackets associated
AC Compressor bracket (EJ20T has a bend in it, and touches the EJ205 intake)



My question is crank pulley, cam shaft, and cam gears.

EJ205 has 4 holes (+ shape) on the face of the pulley
and has 1 hole on the front lip of it.

EJ20T has 4 holes (+ shape) on the face of the pulley
but has 2 holes on the front lip of it.


how is this going to effect my timing?


Timing gear (cog) has the trigger wheel for the COP setup.
the EJ20T doesnt use COP so it should have a different trigger wheel on it
(Correct me if i am wrong)


All in all, i am just trying to find out if i can get away with JDM crank pulley and cam gears while using USDM EJ205 intake, wiring, and ecu...

can anyone give me solid information instead of beating around the bush?

does anyone actually wrench on their own car with any level of knowledge to spread?
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Old 03-06-2015, 06:54 PM   #90
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With that attitude you will be lucky to get any help, good luck in your quest. Its too bad no one here has any actual knowledge on the subject, most of us never actually work on our cars. :/




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This thread is ridiculous.


It is in no way beneficial, and is full of a bunch of non sense.
i seriously cannot believe (kinda frustrating) that this stupid post is what pops
up on any EJ20K, EJ20T, EJ20G, EJ205, EJ207 question that you might run through google.




Simple question.

What all is different between the EJ20T and the EJ205 ?


Coolant Hard pipes on the top of the block.
Various sensors
Intake manifold
injectors and fuel rail
Power steer pump and brackets associated
AC Compressor bracket (EJ20T has a bend in it, and touches the EJ205 intake)



My question is crank pulley, cam shaft, and cam gears.

EJ205 has 4 holes (+ shape) on the face of the pulley
and has 1 hole on the front lip of it.

EJ20T has 4 holes (+ shape) on the face of the pulley
but has 2 holes on the front lip of it.


how is this going to effect my timing?


Timing gear (cog) has the trigger wheel for the COP setup.
the EJ20T doesnt use COP so it should have a different trigger wheel on it
(Correct me if i am wrong)


All in all, i am just trying to find out if i can get away with JDM crank pulley and cam gears while using USDM EJ205 intake, wiring, and ecu...

can anyone give me solid information instead of beating around the bush?

does anyone actually wrench on their own car with any level of knowledge to spread?
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Old 03-07-2015, 09:34 AM   #91
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This thread is ridiculous.


It is in no way beneficial, and is full of a bunch of non sense.
i seriously cannot believe (kinda frustrating) that this stupid post is what pops
up on any EJ20K, EJ20T, EJ20G, EJ205, EJ207 question that you might run through google.




Simple question.

What all is different between the EJ20T and the EJ205 ?


Coolant Hard pipes on the top of the block.
Various sensors
Intake manifold
injectors and fuel rail
Power steer pump and brackets associated
AC Compressor bracket (EJ20T has a bend in it, and touches the EJ205 intake)



My question is crank pulley, cam shaft, and cam gears.

EJ205 has 4 holes (+ shape) on the face of the pulley
and has 1 hole on the front lip of it.

EJ20T has 4 holes (+ shape) on the face of the pulley
but has 2 holes on the front lip of it.


how is this going to effect my timing?


Timing gear (cog) has the trigger wheel for the COP setup.
the EJ20T doesnt use COP so it should have a different trigger wheel on it
(Correct me if i am wrong)


All in all, i am just trying to find out if i can get away with JDM crank pulley and cam gears while using USDM EJ205 intake, wiring, and ecu...

can anyone give me solid information instead of beating around the bush?

does anyone actually wrench on their own car with any level of knowledge to spread?

There is no such thing as an "EJ20T" except in the minds of JDM importers selling on Ebay.

Figure out exactly what you bought and we can help you. Post a pic and I can identify what you have.

Seems like you bought a phase 1 engine and are attempting to put it an a phase 2 car. That won't work.
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Old 03-07-2015, 10:59 AM   #92
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no idea what you're referring to when you say ej20t Technically all of ej20h, EJ20g, ej20k, ej207 are "ej20t"

Of all the threads to bump, why would this thread be bumped. It should really be closed/deleted from memory
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Old 03-07-2015, 01:39 PM   #93
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I agree, this is a terrible thread.
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