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22r motors?

not sure if i put this in right forum but i was lookin at some 22r motor parts and some parts say 78-84 22r and some 85-95 22r is there a difference in motors or are they the same???
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not sure if i put this in right forum but i was lookin at some 22r motor parts and some parts say 78-84 22r and some 85-95 22r is there a difference in motors or are they the same???
The 85-95 block is different and you can slap efi on the newer ones

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The 85-95 block is different and you can slap efi on the newer ones
cool thanx for clearin that up for me
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The 85-95 block is different and you can slap efi on the newer ones
could you put EFI on a pre 85 block if you switched just the heads? i guess i should ask first, are you able to swap the heads at that?

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could you put EFI on a pre 85 block if you switched just the heads? i guess i should ask first, are you able to swap the heads at that?
my understanding of this swap is that on a 85+ block you can put the RE head and intake, along of course with the wiring harness for one) directly on the newer block, the older one is a taller block and it doesnt fit or something like that, read it over on marlin

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I have covered this in a few threads, here's one of them to re-cap... If you have any other questions pm me...

http://www.tacomaterritory.com/forum...light=22RE+efi

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that explained everything perfectly thanks sorry for not searching i knew the basics of that but the question poped into my head on this thread

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a little off topic, but does anybody know where that link is that talks about putting a 20r head on a 22r block? I remember seeing it somewhere but can't find the hybrid? I searched yotatech and 4x4wire and can't seem to find it...
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what advantages would that give you?

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a little off topic, but does anybody know where that link is that talks about putting a 20r head on a 22r block? I remember seeing it somewhere but can't find the hybrid? I searched yotatech and 4x4wire and can't seem to find it...
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a little off topic, but does anybody know where that link is that talks about putting a 20r head on a 22r block? I remember seeing it somewhere but can't find the hybrid? I searched yotatech and 4x4wire and can't seem to find it...
look over on the marlin forums, been beat to death over there

www.board.marlincrawler.com

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what advantages would that give you?
the 20r head has a much straiter intake track. ideal for high rpm power. the 22r head has a ridge designed into the intake that boosts tourqe.the 20r head gives you more top end. and coupled with a set of side drafts a 20r head will produce a lot more power than a 22r head.

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Be carefull here.......In order to inject your pre 85 22r you must use a head from a 83 or 84 celica 22re.......people say there are other ways but i went through this process and you must either use this head or an aftermarket unit from lc engineering

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