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Old 11-15-2018, 06:19 PM   #51
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if motor has wiseco's its a pretty good chance theyre stroker pistons and its already got a 79mm crank in it.

and screw 2.5 blocks. the liners are as thin as the sheetmetal in you furnace. Engine management has come along way since the heavier duty 2.0 and 2.2 blocks have been left behind
I haven't opened it up yet, but supposedly the previous owner did just the pistons. No mention of boring or other upgrades which surprises me since all the Wiseco pistons need to be bored. I just hope they're the smaller size or that it has stock pistons to be honest.

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Yes, but it didnt have the oil squirters, so still a little different than the old 22T
The 22B's EJ22G was based on the EJ20K. It was Phase 2, unlike the EJ22T and did not have the oil squirters. I don't want the 22T to make a 22B clone, but rather just to say it's a 22 in a GC chassis, like the 22B. A built 22T should have the same or more potential that the 22B's 22G when it's all said.
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Old 11-16-2018, 08:10 AM   #52
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id love to get my hands on a 22t block. I already have some newer 97mm JE's in my 22e block. that case and some upgraded rods and I'd see what this Borg can really do
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Old 11-16-2018, 09:53 AM   #53
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id love to get my hands on a 22t block. I already have some newer 97mm JE's in my 22e block. that case and some upgraded rods and I'd see what this Borg can really do
Would be nice to see a 9180 on one.
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