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  1. So a while back.....I tried putting a 2.5 crank in a 2.0 block. Problem shows immediately that the 2.0 pistons come out of the block by about 13mm because you have to use the 2.5 rods, which are too long. So flash forward....there is a thread about EJ20 pistons in an EA block, and it got me thinking. EJ20 and EA82 pistons are the same size.....and EA82 and EJ25d rods both have 48mm big ends. And EA rods are about 12-15mm shorter than the EJ25 rods. So here is my idea. EJ20 block EJ25d crank EA82 pistons, wristpins, and connectiong rods. EJ22 heads. 92mm bore 79mm Stroke 9.5+ compression......should be a torquey beeach. I'll take parts to the shop monday for some test fitting. Anybody heard of this or done this? I know you can get custom EJ rods and pistons to do this but maybe can be done with OE subaru parts?
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