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EA-81 into EA-82 Swap
Posted 27 February 2004 - 02:45 AM
heads shaved .015
Delta Cam torque grind
Acell coils and wires
High flow exhaust to come soon
So with those mods it should do ok, i hope
Anyway, i'll probably be doing this on Sunday, and i'll have my friends digital camera so if there are any picture requests along the way let me know, cause i know swapping parts is always tricky even with pics, so if you have any ideas of what to shoot I'll try to get them.
As far as Clutch stuff i'm running in front of the 88 GL Dual range 5spd
EA-81 Flywheel, 84+ with 9" face
EA-82 pilot bearing, apparantly its the same EA-81-82
EA-82 pressure plate
EA-82 Throw out bearing.
Posted 27 February 2004 - 03:12 AM
you can use the ea82 water pump and water pipe, as it will bolt up
the pulley will be slightly offset from the crank pulley. the belt will line up to work, as it wont be much more than half the belts width offset. if you use an ea82 alternator bracket and power steering pump, all of the ea82 system will line up, but you can only use one belt, if i recall. suppose you can space the crank pulley with a suitable spacer?
the power steering pump will match the car's connections
so with this you will have the water pipe fpr the ea82 radiator. an ea81 manifold tstat outlet is in back, use the ea81 upper hose.
but an ea82 carb setup will bolt right on, and it will be compatible with the car, and ea82 upper hose will work. and then go to weber if you do
if your car is spfi, then the ea81 disty will still work just 2 wires to the coil, leave all the spfi connections hang and tuck them away, if you go back to spfi (*if your car is spfi*)
use an ea82 y pipe
Posted 27 February 2004 - 04:04 AM
Posted 23 March 2006 - 02:58 PM
Posted 23 March 2006 - 03:00 PM
Cool, This is exactly what I am about to attempt! Please post if you have any issues. My ea81 engine is complete with all accessories so mine might go a bit different, but it is nice to have someone doing it at the same time!
Crap, this is an old thread, sorry!
Posted 23 March 2006 - 04:36 PM
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