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  • Twin Turbo H6 EG33 Impreza

    Black Knight EG33 Impreza
    (Previous Build)
    Chassis: 2002 USDM Subaru Impreza Outback Sport
    Engine: 1992 USDM Subaru EG33 3.3L H6
    Transmission: 2006 USDM Subaru Forester XT 5MT 4.44 Final Drive
    Interior: 2004 USDM Subaru WRX STi




    Review by TheSmokingTire
    Silver Fox Twin Turbo EG33 Impreza
    (Current Project)
    Chassis: 2006 USDM Subaru Impreza 2.5i
    Engine: 1995 USDM Subaru EG33 3.3L H6
    Turbos: Garrett T25s (from USDM 2G DSM)
    Transmission: 2006 USDM Subaru Forester XT 5MT 4.44 Final Drive
    ECU: MegaSquirt 3 + MS3x
    Interior: 2004 USDM Subaru WRX STi

    2006 Subaru Impreza Chassis









    Engine Build


    Engine Install


    First Start


    First Drive
    Last edited by EazyOnCars; 28-06-2017, 12:39 AM.

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    This looks freaking epic man, I remember seeing the top one on TST. So awesome to see you here. You're very lucky how cheap you guys get EG33's for. Looking forward to more progress.
    Daily: '00 Daihatsu Cuore "Kelly" - Build Thread -
    Project / Weekender: '05 Subaru Liberty 3.0R-B Wagon - Build Thread -
    Motorcycle: '14 Triumph Street Triple 660 - Build Thread -

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      M8 thats a little bit of amazingness there, cant wait to hear the big Lady sing

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        Originally posted by applegeek897 View Post
        This looks freaking epic man, I remember seeing the top one on TST. So awesome to see you here. You're very lucky how cheap you guys get EG33's for. Looking forward to more progress.
        Thanks for the warm welcome. I'll try to add more details to my thread here and keep it up to date. The US got about 14,000 SVX Alcyone's so there are plenty of them in the junk yard. I'm pretty jealous of all of the JDM stuff you guys get in AUS.

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        • #5
          Watched the episode this morning to check out your car.

          Liked it!

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            Originally posted by EazyOnCars View Post

            Thanks for the warm welcome. I'll try to add more details to my thread here and keep it up to date. The US got about 14,000 SVX Alcyone's so there are plenty of them in the junk yard. I'm pretty jealous of all of the JDM stuff you guys get in AUS.
            That's crazy man, they are mental rare here. It's on my bucket list of cars to own for sure.
            Daily: '00 Daihatsu Cuore "Kelly" - Build Thread -
            Project / Weekender: '05 Subaru Liberty 3.0R-B Wagon - Build Thread -
            Motorcycle: '14 Triumph Street Triple 660 - Build Thread -

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                        Awesome cars man!

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                          Originally posted by Jdm_Lancer01 View Post
                          Awesome cars man!
                          Thanks mate, getting closer to twin turbo.

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                            Originally posted by EazyOnCars View Post

                            getting closer to twin turbo.
                            I'm waiting to see it, the car looks amazing and it seems that it will be a blast to drive
                            My car : MG TF (2003)

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                              With the cam and crank sensors now working properly I thought it would be wise to future proof the design a bit more. The 3D printed housings were great for proof of concept but the melting temperature of the material (PLA) is 150-160C. Since this will be in the engine bay it is possible that the parts could see that temperature in the summer time. So I had a friend with a mill and lathe make them out of aluminum.


                              I also got the correct size tap to thread them so I will only need to use one of the provided nuts, which really helps for the crank sensor as I won't have to remove the timing cover to get at the bottom of the sensor. Since I have a spare engine with no timing cover on it's super easy for me to get the spacing correct.

                              Next up I'm adding a capacitor between the coils and the ECU for a less noisy circuit, I've got to weld my rear sway bar mount as it seems to have snapped off. I will probably make a NA Megasquirt drive video before I take the front apart to start welding up the manifolds.

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