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Old 12-21-2020, 11:20 PM   #51
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Hey I've been looking through the forums and it seems like you are very knowledgeable about the build I am thinking of doing and you're local which is even more dope! I'm thinking of doing a 22t but bored and sleeved to a 2.5 and run 255 heads as I already have a set. But my whole dilemma is what internals to run. I was just thinking about keeping the 22t crank to make it more simple but any feedback would greatly help. Also if you know any good machine shops around the area that would be comfortable in this. Thank you!
If you keep the EJ22 crank, it is set up for the #3 thrust bearing. I'd suggest going to the newer 75mm crank with #5 thrust bearing. So you'll need to machine the block for it. But the new crank also has improved oiling.

From there you're essentially making what we commonly call a destroker; 75mm stroke in an EJ25 block. They like to rev and just think of them as a big bore EJ207.

Honestly, for the headache and expense, I'd just run a closed deck EJ255/257 block.
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Old 12-22-2020, 12:20 AM   #52
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Honestly, I wanted to do an EJ22T stroker too but I just went and bought a full long block from IAG close decked... my EJ22T is just sitting in my basement gathering dust... I think I went the right route... engine to engine it may not have been cheaper but I saved a lot of headaches and time with peripherals, tuning ease and which is all also money...
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If you keep the EJ22 crank, it is set up for the #3 thrust bearing. I'd suggest going to the newer 75mm crank with #5 thrust bearing. So you'll need to machine the block for it. But the new crank also has improved oiling.

From there you're essentially making what we commonly call a destroker; 75mm stroke in an EJ25 block. They like to rev and just think of them as a big bore EJ207.

Honestly, for the headache and expense, I'd just run a closed deck EJ255/257 block.
Alright thanks for clearing that up! Just trying to use some parts I have to replace my tired 205.
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