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Issues swapping EA82 into an EA82T?
Posted 26 August 2005 - 11:43 AM
manual trans fulltime 4WD.
*** EDIT *** looks like the ECU and wiring harness will work, no swap needed on that.
can i reuse anything when i rebuild it?
can i keep the turbo block, heads, intake manifold, injectors?
Posted 26 August 2005 - 12:15 PM
Need a y-pipe for the exhaust system to replace crossover(uppipe) and downpipe. And new intake boot to run between MAF and throttle body.
If you are using an SPFI, then things are a little more complicated.
*edit - I was incorrect about PCV: MPFI (turbo or non) seem to have the PCV fitting. end edit *
Posted 26 August 2005 - 01:13 PM
what about the injectors, don't they differ between NA and turbo or will the turbo injectors work fine?
rebuild the turbo motor with NA pistons.
need NA pistons, exhaust and intake.
i can make the exhaust and intake and i already have pistons.
Posted 26 August 2005 - 07:40 PM
The turbo heads could be used, but you would need to plug the turbo oil-feed line, the oil drainback tube, and the turbo-coolant feed line. The turbo cams also seem to be "milder" with less overlap (and I would assume less duration).
The intake should be the same, except for the piece between MAF and TB. Regarding the pistons, unless you are getting a rebalance, I would probably take the whole crank/rod/piston assembly from the donor, as those should have been balanced as an assembly.
Posted 27 August 2005 - 07:49 PM
this vehicle has the spyder intake, does that means it's MPFI? or could it still be SPFI?
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