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  • Subaru EJ257 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ257 was a turbocharged, 2.5-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder engine. For Australia, the EJ257 engine was introduced in the Subaru GD Impreza WRX STi in 2005 and subsequently powered the GE/GH Impreza WRX STi and V1 WRX. Effectively replacing the 2.0-litre EJ207 engine, the EJ257 engine was a member of Subaru’s Phase ...

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines - australiancar.reviews

    The intake valves had hollow stems to reduce mass and inertia, while the exhaust valve stems were filled with sodium. At high temperatures, the sodium would liquefy and its motion within the stem would effectively transfer heat from the valve head to the valve stem, …

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  • Subaru EJ208 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Replacing Subaru's EZ30R, the EZ36D engine was first introduced in the Subaru B9 Tribeca in 2007 and subsequently offered in the BM/BR Liberty, BR Outback, BN Liberty and BS Outback. Compared to the EZ30 engine, changes for the EZ36D included: A more rigid cylinder block; Asymmetrical connecting rods for compact packaging;

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  • Subaru EZ36D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Introduction. Subaru's FA20E and FA20F engines were 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engines that were fitted with a twin-scroll turbocharger and featured direct injection. For Australia, the FA20E engine was introduced in the Subaru SJ Forester XT, while the FA20F engine powered the Subaru V1 WRX.

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  • Subaru EJ257 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ257 was a turbocharged, 2.5-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder engine. For Australia, the EJ257 engine was introduced in the Subaru GD Impreza WRX STi in 2005 and subsequently powered the GE/GH Impreza WRX STi and V1 WRX.Effectively replacing the 2.0-litre EJ207 engine, the EJ257 engine was a member of Subaru’s Phase II EJ engine family; key features …

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ208 engine was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed petrol engine with sequential turbochargers. In Australia, the EJ208 engine was introduced in the 2001 Subaru BE Liberty B4 which, with a manual transmission, produced peak outputs of 190 kW and 320 Nm. From 2002, the BE Liberty B4 was offered with an automatic transmission for which the EJ208 engine was detuned for 'smooth torque ...

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  • Subaru EJ208 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The EZ36D engine had a die-cast aluminium cylinder block with 92.0 mm bores and a 91.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 3630 cc. For the EZ36D, sintered iron pieces within cylinder block controlled thermal expansion of journal clearances during warm-up; according to Subaru, the iron pieces also relieved shocks to the crankshaft journals and reduced overall vibrations.

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  • Subaru EZ36D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20E and FA20F engines have a cast aluminium alloy cylinder head with chain-driven double overhead camshafts per cylinder bank. The four valves per cylinder – two intake and two exhaust – were actuated by roller rocker arms which had built-in needle bearings that reduced the friction that occurred between the camshafts and the roller rocker arms.

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  • Subaru EJ257 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ257 was a turbocharged, 2.5-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder engine. For Australia, the EJ257 engine was introduced in the Subaru GD Impreza WRX STi in 2005 and subsequently powered the GE/GH Impreza WRX STi and V1 WRX.Effectively replacing the 2.0-litre EJ207 engine, the EJ257 engine was a member of Subaru’s Phase II EJ engine family; key features …

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ208 engine was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed petrol engine with sequential turbochargers. In Australia, the EJ208 engine was introduced in the 2001 Subaru BE Liberty B4 which, with a manual transmission, produced peak outputs of 190 kW and 320 Nm. From 2002, the BE Liberty B4 was offered with an automatic transmission for which the EJ208 engine was detuned for 'smooth torque ...

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  • Subaru EJ208 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The EZ36D engine had a die-cast aluminium cylinder block with 92.0 mm bores and a 91.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 3630 cc. For the EZ36D, sintered iron pieces within cylinder block controlled thermal expansion of journal clearances during warm-up; according to Subaru, the iron pieces also relieved shocks to the crankshaft journals and reduced overall vibrations.

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  • Subaru EZ36D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20E and FA20F engines have a cast aluminium alloy cylinder head with chain-driven double overhead camshafts per cylinder bank. The four valves per cylinder – two intake and two exhaust – were actuated by roller rocker arms which had built-in needle bearings that reduced the friction that occurred between the camshafts and the roller rocker arms.

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  • Subaru EE20 Diesel Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EE20 engine was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. For Australia, the EE20 diesel engine was first offered in the Subaru BR Outback in 2009 and subsequently powered the Subaru SH Forester, SJ Forester and BS Outback.The EE20 diesel engine underwent substantial changes in 2014 to comply with Euro 6 emissions standards – these changes …

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  • Subaru EJ208 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ208 engine was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed petrol engine with sequential turbochargers. In Australia, the EJ208 engine was introduced in the 2001 Subaru BE Liberty B4 which, with a manual transmission, produced peak outputs of 190 kW and 320 Nm. From 2002, the BE Liberty B4 was offered with an automatic transmission for which the EJ208 engine was detuned for 'smooth torque ...

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  • Subaru EJ257 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ257 was a turbocharged, 2.5-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder engine. For Australia, the EJ257 engine was introduced in the Subaru GD Impreza WRX STi in 2005 and subsequently powered the GE/GH Impreza WRX STi and V1 WRX.Effectively replacing the 2.0-litre EJ207 engine, the EJ257 engine was a member of Subaru’s Phase II EJ engine family; key features …

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  • Subaru EZ36D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The EZ36D engine had a die-cast aluminium cylinder block with 92.0 mm bores and a 91.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 3630 cc. For the EZ36D, sintered iron pieces within cylinder block controlled thermal expansion of journal clearances during warm-up; according to Subaru, the iron pieces also relieved shocks to the crankshaft journals and reduced overall vibrations.

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20E and FA20F engines have a cast aluminium alloy cylinder head with chain-driven double overhead camshafts per cylinder bank. The four valves per cylinder – two intake and two exhaust – were actuated by roller rocker arms which had built-in needle bearings that reduced the friction that occurred between the camshafts and the roller rocker arms.

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  • FA20E and FA20F Subaru Engines - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EE20 engine was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. For Australia, the EE20 diesel engine was first offered in the Subaru BR Outback in 2009 and subsequently powered the Subaru SH Forester, SJ Forester and BS Outback.The EE20 diesel engine underwent substantial changes in 2014 to comply with Euro 6 emissions standards – these changes …

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  • Subaru EJ257 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ257 was a turbocharged, 2.5-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder engine. For Australia, the EJ257 engine was introduced in the Subaru GD Impreza WRX STi in 2005 and subsequently powered the GE/GH Impreza WRX STi and V1 WRX.Effectively replacing the 2.0-litre EJ207 engine, the EJ257 engine was a member of Subaru’s Phase II EJ engine family; key features …

    Get Price
  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ208 engine was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed petrol engine with sequential turbochargers. In Australia, the EJ208 engine was introduced in the 2001 Subaru BE Liberty B4 which, with a manual transmission, produced peak outputs of 190 kW and 320 Nm. From 2002, the BE Liberty B4 was offered with an automatic transmission for which the EJ208 engine was detuned for 'smooth torque ...

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  • Subaru EJ208 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The EZ36D engine had a die-cast aluminium cylinder block with 92.0 mm bores and a 91.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 3630 cc. For the EZ36D, sintered iron pieces within cylinder block controlled thermal expansion of journal clearances during warm-up; according to Subaru, the iron pieces also relieved shocks to the crankshaft journals and reduced overall vibrations.

    Get Price
  • Subaru EZ36D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20E and FA20F engines have a cast aluminium alloy cylinder head with chain-driven double overhead camshafts per cylinder bank. The four valves per cylinder – two intake and two exhaust – were actuated by roller rocker arms which had built-in needle bearings that reduced the friction that occurred between the camshafts and the roller rocker arms.

    Get Price