I want one badly, thought they were around USD 90KLol.
An Emira is triple the purchase price and 5x maintenance costs....
Still cool, but outside my budget for quite some time.
I wonder if there is enough room in the block to replace the crankshaft with a 3.55 mm increased stroke. That would bring the displacement to 2.5 liters. I know that would require a re-tune, but it would also increase the H.P. above 250 and further increase torque. I believe the factory induction components should still be sufficient to feed the added volume.
Then again, would a current production Subaru 2.5 liter crankshaft fit the bill. Or would our induction and and long block components fit on a 2.5 liter short block?
Where are you located? I’d love to grab it for R&D purposes.If you want to find out I have a 2022 short block with 2500 miles on it with a bent rod.
Otherwise is perfect. Car sucked in some water and bent the rod.
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Im in chicago but I can put it in the original Subaru crate and send by UPS for prolly less than a 100Where are you located? I’d love to grab it for R&D purposes.
Just notice you are in WI?Where are you located? I’d love to grab it for R&D purposes.
Live up by GB but work in Milwaukee. I’ll shoot you a message.Just notice you are in WI?
what part of wi are you in?
Thas super close to my shop.Just over an hr.Live up by GB but work in Milwaukee. I’ll shoot you a message.
If you’re going to take it apart to measure, you should check if the FB25 crank fits. 90mm stroke vs 86mm in the FA24.Thas super close to my shop.Just over an hr.
I used to work for RealTime Racing in Saukville and drive few times a week there
|Piston stroke||86 mm (3.39 in)|
|Valvetrain||DOHC 4 valves x cyl. with AVCS|
|Compression ratio||10.6:1, 12.5:1|
And the P 911 wheel base is 96.5 with a track width F 63 and R 62. So shorter and wider than our cars.ZD8/ZN8
Wheelbase: 101.4 inches
Weight: 2835 lbs.
Wheelbase: 90.1" (-11.3 inches)
Weight: 2339 lbs. (-496 lbs.)
From the Wikipedia:
- 2.0 L (1,998 cm3) (FA20)
- 2.4 L (2,387 cm3) (FA24)
- 86 mm (3.39 in) (FA20)
- 94 mm (3.70 in) (FA24)
Piston stroke 86 mm (3.39 in) Valvetrain DOHC 4 valves x cyl. with AVCS Compression ratio 10.6:1, 12.5:1