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Old 02-09-2005, 06:54 PM   #1
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Doing an ej22t build up, subaruparts.com has a gasket/seal kit for the WRX engine. Will this work for the 22t since most of it is the same?

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Old 02-11-2005, 07:45 PM   #2
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i'm actually curious about the same Q ??

What heads are you going to be using? Are you going to use all of the stock internals? I'm doing the same swap right now just trying to figure out the thickness of the WRX head gasket since the legacy one is to thick. i want to use the stock internals or i'm going to have to buy pistons and use the legacy head gasket. let me know whats up w/ your swap.

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Hey Mario,

I am using the WRX heads. Although the stockers are in good shape, I am using aftermarket internals. Pretty much everything from Crawford Performance. I'm using one of his head gaskets as well, which I believe is the same thickness as the WRX. He informed me that his pistons stay below the deck.
I know the stock 2.2 pistons peak above the block (deck) just a hare, so I don't know if you could use the WRX headgasket without making contact w/the valves....I really don't know either way.

The WRX head gasket is .008 mm, the 2.2 is .0152.

If you end up using the thicker HG, you can customize the piston compression ratio at the Crawford Performance website. I'm sure he would work w/you with any questions.

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