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What turbo does the EA82T have?


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#1 testy

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 10:46 PM

Like the title says....

Im looking for a down pipe. And maybe an uppipe to replace my rusty ones.

thanks.

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 10:48 PM

Ihi Rb5.

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 10:50 PM

Im guessing thats a hitachi model?

Do you know if it shares flanges with any other common models?

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 10:52 PM

Im guessing thats a hitachi model?

Do you know if it shares flanges with any other common models?


It is similar to the TD04 uppipe flange but nothing except the EA81Ts share the same downpipe.

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 11:01 PM

It is similar to the TD04 uppipe flange but nothing except the EA81Ts share the same downpipe.


But if I ran a TD04 Downpipe, would it bolt up to this turbo? Im looking for ebay junk. If it does bolt up, should I run the gasket for the Ihi Rb5 or the td04?

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 11:09 PM

from my understanding one of the wholes is off a smidge and me personally I would use the tdo4 but I really don't know I would wait for more knowledgeable responses.

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 11:16 PM

downpipes are totally different. You'd need to put a flange from the stock IHI RB5 downpipe onto it. Uppipe flange is similar, rear stud needs to be moved back like 1/2"

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 11:18 PM

damn, they always gotta make it complicated.

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 11:22 PM

Like the title says....

Im looking for a down pipe. And maybe an uppipe to replace my rusty ones.

thanks.


ea82T is VF7 I believe...

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 11:43 PM

Like the title says....

Im looking for a down pipe. And maybe an uppipe to replace my rusty ones.

thanks.


I think is the stock US list... the turbo guys can correct me :)
(in order of "size" according to what I've read)

ea81T = vf4
ea82T = vf7
ej22T = vf10/vf11
ej20k = td04
ej20G = vf8
ej257 = vf39

(also have seen vf3 and vf6 mentioned on some boards for the ea series...)

and I found this...
FORESTER - - TD04 MHI Turbo 49377 04300
FORESTER (98- ) 58T 14412AA140 TD04L-13T-6 MHI Turbo 49377 04100
FORESTER (99- ) 58T 14412AA240 TF035HM-14T-4 MHI Turbo 49135 04600
Impreza ('98) - 14412AA140 TD04H MHI Turbo 49377 04100
IMPREZA GT 58T - TD04L MHI Turbo 49377 04200
IMPREZA GT555 58T 14411AA091 TD05H-16G MHI Turbo 49178 06300
IMPREZA GT555 (97- ) 58T 14412AA092 TD05H-16G MHI Turbo 49178 06310
Impreza WRX - - TD04 MHI Turbo 49377 06200
Impreza WRX - NB ('00) - - TD04H MHI Turbo 49377 04300
IMPREZE/ LEGACY (90- ) EJ20 14411AA080 RHB52XW IHI Turbo VB180039 VF12
LEGACY (SEQUENTIAL T/C) EJ20 14411AA114/ 5 RHF4B IHI Turbo VC650015 VF13
LEGACY (91- ) EJ20 14411AA030 RHB52XW IHI Turbo VG130075 VF8
LEGACY (SEQUENTIAL T/C) EJ20 14409AA002..6 RHF4B IHI Turbo VD650012 VF14
LEGACY (SEQUENTIAL T/C) EJ20 G/E 14409AA060 RHF4B IHI Turbo VA660045 VF32
LEGACY (SEQUENTIAL T/C) EJ20 G/E 14411AA350/ 1 RHF4B IHI Turbo VB420047 VF31
RX TURBO (85-90) EA82 14411AA011 RHB52EW IHI Turbo NN130038 VF3
RX TURBO (87- ) EA82 14411AA012 RHB52EW IHI Turbo VB130056 VF6
STI (LIMITED EDITION) EJ20G/E 14411AA321 RHF5HB IHI Turbo VA660060 VF34
STI VER.III EJ20 14412AA172 RHF5HB IHI Turbo VA660043 VF2B
STI VER.IV EJ20 14412AA200 RHF5B IHI Turbo VA660050 VF24
STI VER.VI (99- ) EJ20 144123AA250 RHF5HB IHI Turbo VA660058 VF28
WRX STI ('00) EJ20 14411AA370 RHF55 IHI Turbo VA440017 VF30
WRX VER. III EJ20 14411AA142/ 3 RHF5HB IHI Turbo VA660033 VF22
WRX VER.VI EJ20 14411AA270/ 300 RHF5HB IHI Turbo VA660059 VF29
- EJ20G/E 14411AA440 RHF55 IHI Turbo VA440022 VF35
- EJ20G/E 14411AA492 RHF5HB IHI Turbo Email us
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- Unknown Email us RHF55 IHI Turbo VE440027 VF37

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 01:26 AM

the ea81t used two different turbos, water cooled, and oil cooled

which turbo was on the ea71t

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 08:20 AM

the ea81t used two different turbos, water cooled, and oil cooled

which turbo was on the ea71t


I'm thinking you saw a misprint, or it was a custom set-up :)

do you remember where you saw it?

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 03:30 PM

You can always buy the DP flange from SubaChad and make your own :)

http://uniquemotorsports.com/

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 03:51 PM

EA82t in the Wagons, Sedans, RX, and XT I'm pretty sure use the VF7.
It would be most cost effective to purchase a flange (see above) and have your local exhaust shop bend and weld a downpipe to match.
You'll be hard pressed to find another up-pipe in reasonably good shape, especially locally... Yours is rusted out, most of the rest of them in the area probably are too.
A competent exhaust shop should be able to cut the flanges off your up-pipe and fabricate a new one..
I have a matched up- and down-pipe for the VF7 in reasonably good shape, with good catalytic in the downpipe, if you're interested in paying a small price plus international shipping...

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 07:47 PM

EA82t in the Wagons, Sedans, RX, and XT I'm pretty sure use the VF7.
It would be most cost effective to purchase a flange (see above) and have your local exhaust shop bend and weld a downpipe to match.
You'll be hard pressed to find another up-pipe in reasonably good shape, especially locally... Yours is rusted out, most of the rest of them in the area probably are too.
A competent exhaust shop should be able to cut the flanges off your up-pipe and fabricate a new one..
I have a matched up- and down-pipe for the VF7 in reasonably good shape, with good catalytic in the downpipe, if you're interested in paying a small price plus international shipping...


Im looking for a catless downpipe right now. The uppipe is rusty but not leaking, so Ill keep it. This ************s only gotta last a couple months anyway.

Then the cars going to turn fast.

I got a setup thats going to make wrx guys drool.

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