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I've got a set of EA82 turbo heads off of my 1987 GL-10 wagon. Motor lost a rod bearing in the bottom end, but there was no sign of failure from the top end. Includes intake, fuel rails, etc....

 

Finally did the EJ22 swap after doing one on my Vanagon, so I don't need these goodies anymore!

 

Make me an offer, I was thinking in the neighborhood of $100. I am in the Portland area if you want to pick them up, since the cost of shipping would be atrocious.

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They have no visible cracks, less than 120k miles (replaced original motor with low-mile Japanese import some years back), and as far as Gen 1, 2, or 3...I've never heard of that with the EA82's. Is there a serial # that would indicate which generation of motor these are from?

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Hmm, you may have posted to the wrong forum section.

 

Here is a picture to explain the head generations.

 

CFHyzRH.jpg

 

If you are still willing to entertain the idea of shipping, I would be interested.

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I know this is an old post, but do you still have these heads?  Are they surfaced and ready to install?  I live up in Bellingham Wa. and would be interested in picking them up if you still have them.

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It happens that the engine I am working on now has gen 2 heads.  What are the differences between the 1,2,3 generations?

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It happens that the engine I am working on now has gen 2 heads.  What are the differences between the 1,2,3 generations?

 

From what I have seen (gen 2 vs gen 3), the only difference is the casting quality (probably higher pressure for gen 3?). I have read that there is more meat to the bridge area, to prevent cracks.. But I have both sitting on my bench and I can't see a measurable difference.

 

 

 

To the OP, each head will fit into a ~12$ flat rate USPS box. But not with the cam towers or any accessories.

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Hmm, you may have posted to the wrong forum section.

 

Here is a picture to explain the head generations.

 

CFHyzRH.jpg

 

If you are still willing to entertain the idea of shipping, I would be interested.

 

I have Photos of the Three, here:

 

~► http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/topic/122276-the-bumble-beast/page-2?do=findComment&comment=1115736

 

 

 

... I have read that there is more meat to the bridge area, to prevent cracks...

 

Yep!

 

Kind Regards.

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