It's been done before, I think. I know it would be a pita, but I still don't want to bail on it. I had thoughts about running it off a spare ms2 I have sitting around, but it might not be able to control the VVT/VVL.. Still something that should be possible to get done I'm sureId forget about that EZ30, they had immobilzers, that swap would be a lot more work than you think
Haha, kinda on an island lol. That is true. Thanks for the warning, appreciate it. But yeah I realised it would be a difficult swap with a lot of wiring issues, and I would have prefered an EG33 for that aspect. But this is just a deal that I feel like I have to take, might be more along my budget even tho itll cost some work. Besides, I'm very used to buying stuff from overseas by now so that doesn't bother meoh its doable, just figured I'd warn ya since your kinda on an island where getting parts isnt as easy as some places.
Yeah thats what I thought... The car still has all that as far as I know, will probably up the price a bit tho. A standalone will make all that stuff a lot easier I assume. But honestly my knowledge on these engines, and basicly newer subarus aswell is really limited. I'm gonna be doing alot of research either wayyoull need at least the igniton, the key, wiring from there to ecu, i beleives theres a seperate immobilzer box, and all that wiring. probably want the power steering pump and lines, exhaust naturally, wiring to the o2 sensors. Just a couple things i can think of. Ive never done a swap like that though but im sure theres some documented case around somewhere. Some outbacks used EZ30's pre emobilzer days, maybe an ecu from one of those could help lighten the process but im completely uncertain
Oh yeah they did. They're not to popular tho lol. Basicly only good for engine donations lol. And even then, these seem to have headgasket problems.Nice!!
Haha I did not know they made the Tribeca outside the US.
Sad to say they are trying again. I'm sure it will flop too