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#1 Tyson_nig

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Posted 23 December 2010 - 06:09 PM

Hi ive currently bought a forrester engine from a 1997 subaru with a TDo4 ive read thru the website and searched everywhere for adapter plates as im unable to make them myself i tried weberjets and they only make carburated ones. is there another way?? or do i go to a engineer to get one made

#2 Tyson_nig

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Posted 23 December 2010 - 06:12 PM

it did have a EA82t in but seeing as the heads had warped and was overheating ive already chucked it and kept the original clutch kit and flywheel.

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Posted 23 December 2010 - 07:09 PM

you will need to drill out the flywheel holes to match the crank on the ej22 engine, use this flywheel and pressure plate, with an ea82 clutch disc. If you can engineer a bellhousing adapter, it will be 1/2" thick (12mm).

The lower studs will line up, and so will the pilot shaft. You would need to devise a way to make the top line up with either tapped studs or slotted holes.

There is a bellhousing adapter vailable inusa made by one of the members of this forum.

It is also possible to hybrid the ej and ea trans to eliminate the need for a bellhousing, but you will need a donor trans.

#4 Tyson_nig

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Posted 24 December 2010 - 12:17 AM

im also in posession of a gt legacy 1990 wagon auto with an ej20t engine i would very much like to buy an adapter plate or may have to talk to an engineer thanks.

#5 LPGsuperchargedBrumby

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Posted 24 December 2010 - 01:09 AM

i think i still have my adaptor template around somewhere...you can borrow that if you want

or you can easily make your own to take to an engineer...or Precision Profile can cut you one out if you give them an template lol

i'm assuming the Otago in your heading is the Otago in NZ?

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Posted 24 December 2010 - 04:51 AM

i think i still have my adaptor template around somewhere...you can borrow that if you want

or you can easily make your own to take to an engineer...or Precision Profile can cut you one out if you give them an template lol

i'm assuming the Otago in your heading is the Otago in NZ?


I've got a EA to EJ adaptor plate file - its a .dwg file so you'd have to have AutoCAD or the guys who are doing it will. I haven't used it before, I got it off a dude who lives in the states - seems to look right though. PM me your email if you want it.

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Posted 29 December 2010 - 04:28 AM

I think there was a guy on Clubsub that was getting some adapters made up. He mite have one or get one made for you?
There was also a engineering place on trademe that was selling some.
I think it was a engineering place in Canterbury.




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