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Old 03-13-2016, 07:44 PM
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Project Bugeye stroker

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2nd block
manley piston 92.5
h-tuff rods manley
sti crank
king bearings
arp head bolts
assembled by [email protected]

heads
s20 head port and polish
sti cams .
manley spring and titanium retainers
supertech nitraded intake and inconel exhaust
gsc valve stem seal

v9 6speed with mapdccd
act 6puck
fp green htz turbo
engine tranny mount and shifter bushing
borla exhaust
grimspeed ebc
grimmspeed upipe
gruppe-s uel headers
ks tech 73mm
perrin fuel rail
perrin turbo inlet
perrin crank pulley
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turbo smart dual port bov
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Old 04-25-2016, 11:58 PM
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Old 04-26-2016, 10:49 AM
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Why a stroker and not a 2.5 swap?
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Why a stroker and not a 2.5 swap?
I'm curious too, inasmuch as I've considered it (better spool, still decent mileage). Know a lot of folks just go 2.5 or bigger if they're gonna stroke anything.
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Why a stroker and not a 2.5 swap?[/QUOTE]

I'm not shooting for big power and I'm never fan of hybrid set up.
this how the old block look like.

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Done with the v9 sti 6 speed swap .
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and this is how a JDM shifter looks like . lol , i guess it got damaged from shipping. took me 2 hours just to straighten up the shifter .Vendor is giving me a free brand new shift ****..
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I'm not using the sleeved block anymore .main journal need to get align hone. got another block from Robs auto machine shop at Hayward . He did all the machining , clearance and assembly. updated (rod bearings spun. its possible from the grind crank )

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got my shift **** today.
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Ordered mapdccd controller for the 6 speed tranny.
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installed new dowel pins and arp head studs

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got this today. Ill try to install it tomorrow.
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Got the maddccd installed

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I used 3m quick splice with double blade for better connection.
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i made a pin diagram for mapdccd . 02-03 wrx.
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