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Old 10-20-2005, 10:39 PM   #1
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Default what would i be looking at for power/torque (ballpark) with this setup (hybrid)

i have a 2000 rs currently with an 02 wrx swap in it. well, my block's compression isn't very good anymore, and i can get my hands on an ej22t shortblock for less than $200 (has to be rebuilt), but i figure with the stronger block and slightly more displacement the ej22t seems to be the route to go (i would like to eventually run a 20g or green turbo and jdm ver. 7 heads). so, what i'm wondering is what kind of power i would be looking at out of the ej22t block with 02 wrx heads, everything else being wrx except the block, including stock td04. i'm sure this has probably been covered, but i searched and couldn't come up with any ball-park power figures (let's assume a stock wrx motor vs. this setup stock). any ideas?

what's the legacy turbo rated at stock... isn't it somewhere around 180 crank?

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Old 10-23-2005, 12:24 AM   #2
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160hp and 180 ft/lbs of torque at the crank
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Old 10-24-2005, 12:22 PM   #3
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The sky's the limit. Look up Crawford Performance and Axis Power Racing on google and you can see what has been done with that block using WRX heads. They offer several different levels of build. And since you are going to rebuild it anyways, dropping some forged slugs in there to bump the CR a bit is worth the effort...
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Old 10-27-2005, 04:36 PM   #4
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if you keep the wrx heads you will be choking yourself. get the v7 heads like you wanted and the green. you will be looking at some nice power. low 12s at least

thats my .02
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Old 10-29-2005, 08:23 AM   #5
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i have a 2000 rs currently with an 02 wrx swap in it. well, my block's compression isn't very good anymore, and i can get my hands on an ej22t shortblock for less than $200 (has to be rebuilt), but i figure with the stronger block and slightly more displacement the ej22t seems to be the route to go (i would like to eventually run a 20g or green turbo and jdm ver. 7 heads). so, what i'm wondering is what kind of power i would be looking at out of the ej22t block with 02 wrx heads, everything else being wrx except the block, including stock td04. i'm sure this has probably been covered, but i searched and couldn't come up with any ball-park power figures (let's assume a stock wrx motor vs. this setup stock). any ideas?

what's the legacy turbo rated at stock... isn't it somewhere around 180 crank?

-mike
I love the way people simplify the trade like that......... would you like a job with me?? quoting power figures on standard parts? So with this std legacy Crank, and this Std WRX Block and these injectors, and this hand and this puilling action....!! AHA!! Lots of LAUGHS


Cheers man, have a good night!!

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