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Old 10-28-2005, 12:54 AM   #1
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Well, I just picked up a '93 Impreza AWD for real cheap. The lady selling it was the second owner,and she babied the thing. It was dealer serviced from the day she bought it to the day it was sold. She even had receipts for every single oil change, of which she was late on zero.

Anyway, I have my other '93 Impreza with a 2.5, and I'm getting tired of beating it up in rallycross. I really want to rally-x more often, but not in that nice car. So, I got the other one for $200. It has 100k on it, and runs really well. The common thought would be to just drop in a more powerful motor, but there's no "real" fun in that. So, I'm thinking about taking the winter and building the 1.8 for boost.

What I am looking for is tips and ideas. Yes, I am sure there are going to be people who will say: "Just swap in a WRX motor" or "JDM is the only way". But c'mon, where is the fun and excitement in that? I mean, do most of us do this just because we want the power, or is it because the Subie motors and the cars themselves are so much fun to work on?
So, I need ideas. What would the ideal recipe be? I've been a machinist for almost a decade, so there isn't anything I can't do...(in regards to fabrication and custom work)

Here is what I am thinking:
1.8 block that's been re-built with low CR pistons, possibly bored out to a 2.0, make it closed deck.
Intake?
Heads?
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WRX injectors and fuel pump.
Also the complete exhaust and turbo set-up from a WRX
RS hood etc.

This car is going to be used solely for rally-x and the like. It will see the streets only when it needs an inspection sticker, and to and from the races.(until I can get a tow vehicle) Money isn't that much of a concern, since this is mostly in the "kicking around" stage. Obviously, I'm not gonna drop 10 grand on this, but if I can keep it at or around a WRX swap, then that is what I will do.

So, any ideas?

And the best part is, if it blows up, I have another longblock sitting in the basement


Oh, and did I mention? I really like tinkering with stuff
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Old 10-28-2005, 01:08 AM   #2
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Old 10-28-2005, 01:12 AM   #3
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Old 10-29-2005, 07:34 PM   #4
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Anybody?
I'm just dabbling in all of this, mostly to pass the long Maine winter, and to have a fun car in the spring.....
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I'm just dabbling in all of this, mostly to pass the long Maine winter, and to have a fun car in the spring.....
Hey Bud,
If you want to Rally-X it, why not keep it N/A? Spin it up quick enough and it will make some serious grunt, and it will be alot lighter. You sound like you want to do things a little differently, so why not go all the way and leave the turbo off it? If you are planning on doing what you say, and putting a turbo on it, then you might as well swap in a wrx motor. If not, then build a real N/A Screamer, or do like my 'different' mate did and bolt a S/Charger under the manifold, (as an engineer that option may be better for you), and Rally-X would benefit from lots of grunt down low, instantly...

Plenty of options there, Lots of fun too!!

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Old 10-30-2005, 02:16 PM   #6
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I've thought about a S/C. I've actually designed a few prototypes that I think would be the cat's a$$. But, as I'm just getiing into the turbo field, I would rather start off small and follow a proven game plan.
You see, I also have a '93 Impreza that has a 2.5 RS motor swapped in. I've rallied that, and it's fun. It's been PnP'd, re-ground cams, and it puts out 150WHP, 158WTQ.
I've read about people putting out 200 CHP with only 5psi on a 1.8. Unfortunately, I have yet to see a dyno sheet proving this. But, if it's attainable at 5-7 psi, what could you get at 12-18 psi, assuming the block could take it?
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I by far am probbably the only one pushing the EJ18 to the limits. My setup basically is stock EK18 motor, Subached up/downpipes, TD04 (at 10 psi), Link Plus ECU, Legacy Turbo injectors, WRX fuel pump, huge JDM aftermakret FMIC, TurboXS Type-H BOV.

They way I see if I have to pull the engine for any reason I would swap it for something else. The engine is simply not worth it. But if you can machine anything then go for it. The EJ18 already has very thick cylinder walls and making it closed deck is cool, but unessecary for modorate bores.

Run a compression test on your block. I did at over 106k miles and the compression ran out to 8.6:1 which honestly is not that high compression. JDM turbo blocks run 8.5:1 compression so turbo on this is not really a big issue.

Intake - Just custom fabricate a pipe from the turbo the inake isn't so much of an issue pre-turbo.
Heads - Well they are weak and there isn't any valvetrain kit that I know for these heads. If you are industrious you can port and polish the intake/exhaust and put in stiffer springs for the valves.
EM: I'm thinking E-manage ultimate - that will probbably work. Of course if you want the best possible setup Link Plus or similar is what you should go for.
WRX injectors and fuel pump. - WRX pump will work fine, but the injectors are diffrent on phase 2 than on your Phase 1 intake manifold. Perhaps if you use a phase 2 manifold it could work.
Also the complete exhaust and turbo set-up from a WRX - You will need a turbo engine crossmember to use the entire WRX setup, in my opinion I think it is easier to just get some custom midpipe make up (or make it if your fabrication is that good).
RS hood etc - Not nessecary but it will be advantagous if you use a TMIC (I have one for sale if your intrested PM me).

BTW my car is NOT setup for autox since the FMIC setup added a fair bit of lag to the setup. But honestly with a TD04, and TMIC it should be very responsive. Also note that lowering compression will make the setup longer to spool. So honestly if you compression test at 8.5-9.0:1 (FYI stock spec is 9.5:1) I wouldn't bother since you want quick responsive power for autox.

If AutoX was my goal to be perfectly honest I think I would go with a supercharger setup. I really like the idea of supercharged subaru setup.

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Old 10-31-2005, 03:26 AM   #8
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I by far am probbably the only one pushing the EJ18 to the limits. My setup basically is stock EK18 motor, Subached up/downpipes, TD04 (at 10 psi), Link Plus ECU, Legacy Turbo injectors, WRX fuel pump, huge JDM aftermakret FMIC, TurboXS Type-H BOV......

Intake - Just custom fabricate a pipe from the turbo the inake isn't so much of an issue pre-turbo.
Heads - Well they are weak and there isn't any valvetrain kit that I know for these heads. If you are industrious you can port and polish the intake/exhaust and put in stiffer springs for the valves.
EM: I'm thinking E-manage ultimate - that will probbably work. Of course if you want the best possible setup Link Plus or similar is what you should go for.
WRX injectors and fuel pump. - WRX pump will work fine, but the injectors are diffrent on phase 2 than on your Phase 1 intake manifold. Perhaps if you use a phase 2 manifold it could work.
Also the complete exhaust and turbo set-up from a WRX - You will need a turbo engine crossmember to use the entire WRX setup, in my opinion I think it is easier to just get some custom midpipe make up (or make it if your fabrication is that good).
RS hood etc - Not nessecary but it will be advantagous if you use a TMIC (I have one for sale if your intrested PM me).

BTW my car is NOT setup for autox since the FMIC setup added a fair bit of lag to the setup. But honestly with a TD04, and TMIC it should be very responsive. Also note that lowering compression will make the setup longer to spool. So honestly if you compression test at 8.5-9.0:1 (FYI stock spec is 9.5:1) I wouldn't bother since you want quick responsive power for autox.

If AutoX was my goal to be perfectly honest I think I would go with a supercharger setup. I really like the idea of supercharged subaru setup.

I have thought about going the S/C route, and let's just say, the jury is still out on that one....

Few questions:

Have you had your car dyno'd? At 10 psi, is that the max for the block/heads?
I'm thinking about swapping on 2.2 heads to lower the CR. Would that change my max boost? ie; are the heads inherently weaker, or are they the same thing? A port and polish is a given. What about springs? I could replace with new OEM springs, but I'm not sure that would net me any added security.....
You mention injectors being different. What makes them different? I was under the impression that it was just the connectors that were not the same. If that's the case, it's no big deal to cut and splice. I've done it once already for the 2.5 swap... And I seem to remember someone using Silvia injectors......
As for the exhaust, I'll probably go with Subachad up/down pipes. While it is true that my fab skills are pretty sharp, the majority of my experince lies in machining and design. Although, that does push me towards the S/C route...
The RS hood was a given. I'll most likely search locally for one. I can't imagine the shipping on that thing, from Texas to Maine!
Anyways, pm me with the details, maybe it's worth the shipping....
Thanks for all the replies!
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Have you had your car dyno'd? At 10 psi, is that the max for the block/heads?
No, I've been working on this project most of the year and I'm still trying to nail down a really good tune on the Link.

I'm thinking about swapping on 2.2 heads to lower the CR. Would that change my max boost? ie; are the heads inherently weaker, or are they the same thing? A port and polish is a given. What about springs? I could replace with new OEM springs, but I'm not sure that would net me any added security.....
Well anytime you change the engine compression lower you can run a higher boost safely. The EJ18 heads are supposedly very weak, but honestly in my experiance I have not really had an issue with them. I was only getting valve float at 16-17 psi (only on a trial basis I have yet to run anywhere near that kind of boost consistantly). I agree that OEM spring probbably won't help much I would replaced for stiffer ones if possible. I've been told EJ22 heads will swap into the EJ18 but I have not found evidence anyone has done this. And based on the specs I'm not sure and I would have to tear down the block to see if it would work. The bore on the EJ18 vs EJ22 is quite a ways apart. EJ18 has 8.79cm bore, and EJ22 has a 9.69cm bore. I know it's only .9 cm but that may be enough to have the water passages in screwy locations or have odd turbulance in the combustion chamber near the heads. (FYI EJ25 is even larger of a gap with their bore at 9.96cm).

You mention injectors being different. What makes them different? I was under the impression that it was just the connectors that were not the same. If that's the case, it's no big deal to cut and splice. I've done it once already for the 2.5 swap... And I seem to remember someone using Silvia injectors......
The injectors are entirely diffrent phase 1 are side feed, and phase 2 are top feed style injectors. Silvia injectors are side feed and a direct swap with phase 1 injectors. If you can drill out the injector ports or something to fit in a top feed injector and rework the fuel rail go for it, but as far as what I know will work the WRX injectors won't work for you. I have seen top feed injectors vs side feed and the side feeds are much fatter so honestly you would have to add in spacer or some material to use top feed injectors.

As for the exhaust, I'll probably go with Subachad up/down pipes. While it is true that my fab skills are pretty sharp, the majority of my experince lies in machining and design. Although, that does push me towards the S/C route...
Subached up/downpipes are good stuff. I'm not sure if you know but reddevil on this board has a rather lengthy superchaged legacy thread with good pictures of his custom setup.

The RS hood was a given. I'll most likely search locally for one. I can't imagine the shipping on that thing, from Texas to Maine!
Sorry I was meaning I have a TMIC for sale, not the hood.

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Old 10-31-2005, 11:49 AM   #10
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Yeah, I was reading the reddevil thread for the better part of the morning. Good stuff! I just don't know if the gains are worth it. Although, if you planned/designed it right, you could do some serious stuff with a S/C kit.

As for the injectors; I seem to remember someone saying something about non-turbo Legacy red tops. I've searched, but to no avail...
There is a guy in maine (sick1.8t) who had a local race shop remove material from the compression dome. It brought the CR down to 8:1. That might be the route I go, whether it be S/C, or T/C.
Now, what about springs? Since I'm doing the valve seals, rings, and pretty much everything else, wouldn't it make sense to replace those? And if so, do you know of anyone who makes stronger springs?
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I have no idea about non-turbo legacy injectors. However legacy turbo injectors are pink if that helps. Legacy turbo injectors flow at 370cc and will support up to 230hp I think (I did the calculation months ago but dont remember the exact number). And as said before Silvia injectors will work (440cc I think?). Honestly though going from stock injectors to non-turbo legacy injectors I think would only be a marginal gain.

Yes sick1.8t got material removed from his heads to lower the compression. Actually talk to him I considered for a while of buying his block (he had it for sale) message him and see if he still has it for sale. And if I recall he is up north in your area. And you can simply ask him questions if I recall he did his own engine rebuild so he probbably has a better idea of the engine internals than I do since I've never rebuilt an EJ18.

I'm not sure what kind of power goals you are looking to get but if your compression is 8.5:1 or so you really should be good for 12 psi or so with a decent tune and good fuel.

I don't know about springs on the EJ18 head. I would be surprised if anyone had a kit for the EJ18, but perhaps EJ22 springs would work or some other aftermarket springs of same size would work.
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You meant 230 whp, yes?

I've been running stock injectors on my legacy gt turbo, and
I have waaaay more fuel than I need. And that's for around
280 bhp.
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I think the lesson is that there are no limits written in
stone. I've seen these 1.8L engines put out somewhere
in the range of 300 lbs/ft of torque to the wheels.

And another thing about lag. If you tune it properly, it
will have no lag over NA or Supercharged. An automatic
transmission adds way more lag than a properly tuned turbo
setup. You can make your setup give instant, massive
torque with a turbo, especially with an intercooler.
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EJ18 is supposed to be very strong when it comes to boost, I would suspect that you have to worry about detonation destroying the pistons, but ej22 heads is a good idea to lower compression ratio which im sure you know will help reduce detonation.
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Red Devil here.....

Simply sticking the Eaton M62 on with the stock crank pulley on the little 1.8 should give you about 4 psi with the pulley ratio being as low as it is. If you don't have the PS pump or the ABS, its REALLY easy to install. If you are thinking of doing all the work of of turboing the motor, then you easily could do the SC fabbing.

I am not saying the SC is better, just that its easy to do. And works.
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Here is what I am thinking:
1.8 block that's been re-built with low CR pistons, possibly bored out to a 2.0, make it closed deck.
wrx pistons will fit if its bored out, and be cheaper than custom 1.8 ones, but then its not really a ej18 anymore
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Intake?
extrude hone it or make a custom one, longer runners will yeild more torque, a larger plenum will give more hp, too large of a plenum and it wont idle on the stock idle control valve.
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port them. i have a set of castings from my old ej18 that you can have if you come to the november STM garage day. get the standard abrasives head porting kit and you'll be all set.
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EM: I'm thinking E-manage ultimate
dave from F1 dyno can tune it, thats what he started his sti on.
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WRX injectors and fuel pump.
wrx injectors are top feed and ej18's are side feed. you're best bet is either ej20g injectors (flow for 200-220hp stock depending on model), heres a thread i put up a while back about the ej20g injector swap:
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...ght=ej20g+ej18
the fuel pump you can make work. i have a nissan sr20 one that is very similar if you find a need for it.
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Also the complete exhaust and turbo set-up from a WRX
RS hood etc.
you'll need the turbo crossmember dont forget. but i bet you would be better off fabing your own up pipe and down pipe. although a x-member is only like $125 used and then you can get aftermarket pipes easily.

good luck.
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they are weak
how are the heads weak? do you mean they flow poorly?
i've never heard of a ej series head cracking.
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the injectors are diffrent on phase 2 than on your Phase 1 intake manifold. Perhaps if you use a phase 2 manifold it could work.
the phase 2 manifold is a different bolt pattern. even some of the phase ones are different. my ej20g mani doesnt line up with my ej18 one.

also FYI the wrx topmount will fit but is needs a little bit of the throttle body trimmed back and the outlet of the IC trimmed back. its a tight fit.
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ej22 heads will bolt up and run fine. subachad has done it i believe, someone has anyway.
its the cylinder walls that are machined out, but the block is the same. there will be a lip in the combustion chamber if you just bolt the two heads together, but if you fill that lip to make it smooth you will also loose some of the compression lowering effect of the bigger heads. i have a ej22e also and it has redtop side feeds. they're only marginally bigger than the grey (or brown?) ej18's. i think they are 270cc's. legacy turbos are a good choice, but hard to find. sr20det's are the way to go. like $80 shipped on ebay.

there is a thread from a while back with someone doing 14psi on the stock block, but he had alot of stuff to support it. search my name and ej18 turbo and you'll probably find it.
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When you go for the sr20det injectors, you may/may not need the 92-94 NA fuel rails. Easy to find at the junk yard. I used them and 370 cc Nissan injectors. Nary a hitch.

These injectors are also available in 440, 550 and 800 cc variations, all fit. However, as the cc goes up, so does the price. I search ebay for them.
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Great stuff guys! Keep these ideas coming!
When you say 92-94 fuel rails, what car do they come off of?

Sick1.8t; I should be at the next garage day. Hope to see you there

leondal; where have you seen these 300AWHP 1.8's?
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