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Old 07-21-2008, 03:53 PM   #1
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Default ej20tt compatible with 04 wrx ASAP

would i find issues with the break booster in a lhd wrx?
im gonna be running FMIC if needed.
i wanna know why you cant cause it wont fit cause the 04 wrx coilover plugs wont swap? exhaust is easily fabricated, and yes it is a 2.0 engine running on vacuum boost so what the big deal? anyone explain cause i got a wrx with no engine and im looking for a unique easy swap but with minimal hassel and if the brake boost is in the way or the sterring colums is in the way how can you change this? i have thorottle linkage so that isnt the issue. ecu runs on a 2.0 so in my eyes it can be done
however buying it and droping it in with fitment problems are the only thing i see still confused on with only hypthetical opinions to go off of.
pm me with any help or links if possible plz and plz back up your statment with some sort of facts instead of opinionated statment. im serious about doing this on the next 3 days so support is needed.
thanks subie-ers,
Brian
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Old 07-21-2008, 05:51 PM   #2
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basically no

the heads use different pickups
and there are a number of other problems that can be over come, but the head one can't
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Old 07-21-2008, 11:39 PM   #3
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The driverside turbo is basically an inch or two from the steering linkage. Best bet is to find a single turbo motor with all exhaust pieces, and throw that in. You will have plenty of room for the TMIC, so that isnt a problem.


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