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Thread: Rebuild of my EJ 25

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    Real nice man real nice !

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    Senior Member bradler451's Avatar
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    Is that a boxster engine my friend are into subarus he has a 2.5rs very niceee!!! Looks good!!!

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    Bueno for welcoming me!

    Hello everyone, thanks for welcoming me to these forums. If you get a chance check out my blog at: Carmen Juarez's Site, This is my first try at blogging but I think it looks pretty good!
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    Subies are great little engines. I have the EJ20 turbo that's destined to replace a Lycoming O-320 for our Osprey 2 amphibian project. We ran some headers, eliminated the exhaust system altogether(it's a pusher after all) except for a SuperTrapp Disc only muffler, eliminated the power steering system and the A/C system, installed an underdrive pulley and made a new "ram air" intake to eliminate the stock airbox. I had to machine a special adapter to properly tension the alternator since the typical serpentine pulley was gone. I am anticipating quite a power boost over stock, but really only modded it that way to cut weight and improve breathing at altitude. These little engines clean up real nicely once you trim the fat. The radiator was ditched in order to run two A/C evaporator cores instead which reduces weight and cuts the large frontal plate out of the picture all while providing more than adequate cooling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrCHampton View Post
    Hello everyone, thanks for welcoming me to these forums. If you get a chance check out my blog at: Carmen Juarez's Site, This is my first try at blogging but I think it looks pretty good!
    Hello and WELCOME!! You should put a post up introducing yourself in the new members category.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrCHampton View Post
    Hello everyone, thanks for welcoming me to these forums. If you get a chance check out my blog at: Carmen Juarez's Site, This is my first try at blogging but I think it looks pretty good!
    Hi DrCHampton and welcome to the forum. We like pictures here so be sure to include some showing your work. Also, check out for the contest here. The odds of winning a great new Longevity machine are very good.
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    Can you turbo charge that thing?
    I can't finish a project before I start a new one...an addiction to say the least

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    Nice work, I have to get an bigger work shop so I can play when its raining
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    Really nice work.
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