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It is alive....Supercharged EJ22


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#26 reddevil

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 12:49 AM

Lets get you supercharged Australians on a dyno or 1/4 mile!

My ej22 supercharged alone did a best of 14.3 @ 94......:banana:

Now its twin charged going 12.5 @ 112 mph with slipping clutch.....:lol:

#27 kiwi subbie

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 01:39 AM

thats so cool:burnout:

#28 Matty B

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 06:43 PM

Well bugger, that sounds challenging reddevil......

This post resurection has been timely...we are in a reincarnation as we speak!

Its back to gasoline, I installed a EJ20T bottom end, heavy duty clutch, a tiny (read alternator sized) blower pulley, a 25% underdrive main crank pulley, a megasquirt V3 controlling water injection, fans, fuel and spark!

Its all in a NEW RUST FREE Wonderbrumby.

I will be posting figures as soon as I get on the States only 4 wheel dyno.
My Guru, Sir Will, is about to fire her up- we are looking for about 10psi and then upto 14ish when I put a bigger crank pulley back on (and Water injection).
I am Very EXCITED!



Bravo on what you have achieved with the wags Red.
Its a thing of rare beauty. inspiration to many, me included.

BTW the old EJ22 was still going strong with the blower and gas, the dog (groover) just wanted the tray back and objected to the tank being there.
The whole lot is going in the jet boat!

Out with the old and in with the new!
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#29 crazy D

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 08:09 PM

Well bugger, that sounds challenging reddevil......

This post resurection has been timely...we are in a reincarnation as we speak!

Its back to gasoline, I installed a EJ20T bottom end, heavy duty clutch, a tiny (read alternator sized) blower pulley, a 25% underdrive main crank pulley, a megasquirt V3 controlling water injection, fans, fuel and spark!

Its all in a NEW RUST FREE Wonderbrumby.

I will be posting figures as soon as I get on the States only 4 wheel dyno.
My Guru, Sir Will, is about to fire her up- we are looking for about 10psi and then upto 14ish when I put a bigger crank pulley back on (and Water injection).
I am Very EXCITED!



Bravo on what you have achieved with the wags Red.
Its a thing of rare beauty. inspiration to many, me included.

BTW the old EJ22 was still going strong with the blower and gas, the dog (groover) just wanted the tray back and objected to the tank being there.
The whole lot is going in the jet boat!

Out with the old and in with the new!
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you didnt destroy the old brat did you?

#30 Matty B

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 08:17 PM

Its had a pristine EA81 and 4 speed put back into it.
It will be sold soon with LPG kit (propane) and fuel as well.

They still bring good money here in Tassie,
I will find a good home for her.




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