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    EJ22 - 2.35 Short Engine 700 hp rated

    Built by Paul Finch and rated very highly by him, unused:

    EJ22 Block (supplied by RCM, was rated as very good condition by Paul Finch)
    97mm Bore Size
    14mm stud conversion
    Arrow Billet 79 Crankshaft
    Omega /RCM 2579 Pistons Zylan Skirting
    Carillo Carr Rods
    ACL Main Bearings
    Mahle Big End Bearings
    Killer B 3 piece pickup scrapper installed

    I have the spec sheet write up by Paul Finch. Paul is also happy to answer any technical questions directly. This is a very similar engine to one I had in my crazy wr1 so will be a beast!

    Price - 7,950.

    This will cost more to build incl labour from scratch and you’ll will need to find an ej22 block and an Arrow Billet crank first!

    Heads not included, can be sought from Paul Finch or ASP Performance.


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    Cheers Clive for putting up the links, managed to sort out photobucket......so pics below.

    Short Engine is currently at Relentless Performance, James or Rich will be happy to accommodate any inspections but strictly no "live testing"!


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    Updated!
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    looks a good buy for someone with spec / builder...............

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    Thanks Alyn, indeed it would be. Paul Finch also shares your view, he’s confirmed that it would cost considerably more if starting to build same spec from scratch.
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