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This is a discussion on EJ25 short block work within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Wondering what i would be in for if useing a new ej25 short block on my wrx....

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    EJ25 short block work

    Wondering what i would be in for if useing a new ej25 short block on my wrx.

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    Not sure what you're asking for here.

    Are you intending to use just the block and use your EJ20 heads, or do you have a EJ255 equiped WRX?

    Year of your car is pertinent information in threads like this. If you have a pre '06 WRX, you'll be looking into a hybrid build (if you intend to re-use your heads) and will want to consult one of the many threads on that subject here and on other forums.

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    Thanks for the reply dude was in a war with myself if to go with hybrid. In the end i ordered a rebuilt ej20 with forged parts. Gotta give a shout out to Outfront motors for the fast rebuilder

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    Thanks for the reply dude was in a war with myself if to go with hybrid. In the end i ordered a rebuilt ej20 with forged parts. Gotta give a shout out to Outfront motors for the fast rebuilder

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