Couple questions and rebuild pictures
Ok first off whats the difference between our 2008 subaru wrx engine and a sti engine?? Secondly what brand parts do you recommend and where to order them at??? thirdly im not into the subaru but whats it going to take to make this a stage 2 turbo injectors fuel pump??? Last question What are the parts do i wanna look out for like not to run?
Ok here the pictures spun 2 rod bearing planning on replacing crank rod h beams or I beam??? pistons valve job cams are good but should i step it up? timing belt kit new oil pump turbo rebuild kit. O and what crank bearing should i put in oem or aftermaket
few more you ever seen any like this
Rods, crank and block should to be checked by an expert for damage before reusing them. That should be your first confirmation. If no good, OEM short blocks are about $2,000 with tax.
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I'm planning an OEM rebuild of my WRX EJ205 at this time.
^ What he said. If...and if some how they aren't damaged. You'd have to tank everything to get any and all little shavings from the bearings out of the engine. What good is it? If you pass some shaving through the oil system? Cranks are known to be thrown out of spec and warp with spun bearings.
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The block is fine croshatches still in the bores on it we already got it cleaned up
The crank throw bearing surfaces look marred in one of those photos, which will affect bearing clearances and likely spin bearings again if not corrected before assembly.
I'd replace the oil cooler as well, as it collects debris and can deliver it back into the oil once rebuilt.
The oil cooler is the assembly the oil filter screws into.
GOing to put a new crank in it possibly a stroker crank for about the same price arp head studs coneecting rod studs haven tgot the list completed yet
H-Beams are fine for anything the stock rods would hold. If your power goals are high, you should opt for i-beams.
2008 WRX has slightly different compression pistons and completely different heads than the 2008 STI.
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