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Re: a14egi vs 15egi
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Depends on the cost. If you can weld aluminum, definitely worth it. If a local welding shop charges $500 to weld it for you, maybe not worth it

If you get it cheap, you could try JB-Weld ...

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Jb weld to stick to pieces together? Strong enough?

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Yes, very strong

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JB weld would be fine but good to use some bridging as well in the form of steel mesh
however best of all is hts2000 alloy braze at low heat, just need propane torch or oxy
but as long as you can get enough heat from propane setup thats all you need.
I saw a thread on a RB25 box for SR20VE in japanese using this Brazing and seems
to be better than TIG for the amount of input, time and finish couldnt see final joint

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCrixbXz4rc

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Start dreaming of injection / injection turbo ....
Matter of cost.

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Btw, do a14,a14e,a15 and a15e sharing same piston? I guess the crankshaft is different.

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* Same differences as regular A14 and A15 (pistons & crank). Flywheels are same

GOT IT

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better pictures

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Hi dd, can I use the h89 manifold gasket and make a little cut to give away to injector?

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Yes

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