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  • Subaru FA20D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20D engine had a 4-2-1 exhaust manifold and dual tailpipe outlets. To reduce emissions, the FA20D engine had a returnless fuel system with evaporative emissions control that prevented fuel vapours created in the fuel tank from being released into the atmosphere by catching them in an activated charcoal canister.

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  • Subaru EJ204 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    2015-11-5u2002·u2002The Subaru EJ204 was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine with double overhead camshafts. The naturally aspirated E204 engine was initially introduced in the 2005 Subaru GD/GG Impreza and 2006 Subaru BL/BP Liberty as a more powerful alternative to the single overhead cam EJ202 engine, but effectively replaced the EJ202 when the GE/GH Impreza was …

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  • Subaru EJ20K Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ20K was a turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine. In Australia, the EJ20K engine powered the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX from November 1996 (for the 1997 'model year' or MY97) to 1998. For the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX, key features of the EJ20K engine …

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  • EJ20X and EJ20Y Subaru Engines

    The Subaru EJ20Y and EJ20X were turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engines. For Australia, the EJ20X engine was introduced in the 2003 Subaru BL Liberty GT and mated to a five-speed automatic transmission; the EJ20Y was subsequently introduced in 2004 and had a five-speed manual transmission. The EJ20Y and EJ20X engines were fitted with a single twin ...

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines

    The EJ201 and EJ202 engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling. Unlike the EJ20 engine, the intake ports for the EJ201 and EJ202 engines created a 'tumble swirl' motion for air as it entered the cylinder for better mixing of the air and fuel for …

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  • Subaru FA20D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20D engine had a 4-2-1 exhaust manifold and dual tailpipe outlets. To reduce emissions, the FA20D engine had a returnless fuel system with evaporative emissions control that prevented fuel vapours created in the fuel tank from being released into the atmosphere by catching them in an activated charcoal canister.

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  • Subaru EJ204 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The Subaru EJ204 was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine with double overhead camshafts. The naturally aspirated E204 engine was initially introduced in the 2005 Subaru GD/GG Impreza and 2006 Subaru BL/BP Liberty as a more powerful alternative to the single overhead cam EJ202 engine, but effectively replaced the EJ202 when the GE/GH Impreza was released in ...

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  • Subaru EJ20K Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ20K was a turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine. In Australia, the EJ20K engine powered the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX from November 1996 (for the 1997 'model year' or MY97) to 1998. For the Subaru GC/GM …

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  • EJ20X and EJ20Y Subaru Engines

    The Subaru EJ20Y and EJ20X were turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engines. For Australia, the EJ20X engine was introduced in the 2003 Subaru BL Liberty GT and mated to a five-speed automatic transmission; the EJ20Y was subsequently introduced in 2004 and had a five-speed manual transmission. The EJ20Y and EJ20X engines were fitted with a single twin ...

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines

    The EJ201 and EJ202 engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling. Unlike the EJ20 engine, the intake ports for the EJ201 and EJ202 engines created a 'tumble swirl' motion for air as it entered the cylinder for better mixing of the air and fuel for …

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  • Subaru FA20D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20D engine had a 4-2-1 exhaust manifold and dual tailpipe outlets. To reduce emissions, the FA20D engine had a returnless fuel system with evaporative emissions control that prevented fuel vapours created in the fuel tank from being released into the atmosphere by catching them in an activated charcoal canister.

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines

    The EJ201 and EJ202 engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling. Unlike the EJ20 engine, the intake ports for the EJ201 and EJ202 engines created a 'tumble swirl' motion for air as it entered the cylinder for better mixing of the air and fuel for …

    Get Price
  • Subaru FA20D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20D engine had a 4-2-1 exhaust manifold and dual tailpipe outlets. To reduce emissions, the FA20D engine had a returnless fuel system with evaporative emissions control that prevented fuel vapours created in the fuel tank from being released into the atmosphere by catching them in an activated charcoal canister.

    Get Price
  • Subaru EJ20K Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ20K was a turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine. In Australia, the EJ20K engine powered the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX from November 1996 (for the 1997 'model year' or MY97) to 1998. For the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX, key features of the EJ20K engine included:

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  • Subaru EJ204 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The Subaru EJ204 was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine with double overhead camshafts. The naturally aspirated E204 engine was initially introduced in the 2005 Subaru GD/GG Impreza and 2006 Subaru BL/BP Liberty as a more powerful alternative to the single overhead cam EJ202 engine, but effectively replaced the EJ202 when the GE/GH Impreza …

    Get Price
  • EJ20X and EJ20Y Subaru Engines

    The Subaru EJ20Y and EJ20X were turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engines. For Australia, the EJ20X engine was introduced in the 2003 Subaru BL Liberty GT and mated to a five-speed automatic transmission; the EJ20Y was subsequently introduced in 2004 and had a five-speed manual transmission. The EJ20Y and EJ20X engines …

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines

    The EJ201 and EJ202 engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling. Unlike the EJ20 engine, the intake ports for the EJ201 and EJ202 engines created a 'tumble swirl' motion for air as it entered the cylinder for better mixing of the air and fuel for more uniform flame travel and faster combustion.

    Get Price
  • Subaru FA20D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20D engine had a 4-2-1 exhaust manifold and dual tailpipe outlets. To reduce emissions, the FA20D engine had a returnless fuel system with evaporative emissions control that prevented fuel vapours created in the fuel tank from being released into the atmosphere by catching them in an activated charcoal canister.

    Get Price
  • Subaru EJ204 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The Subaru EJ204 was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine with double overhead camshafts. The naturally aspirated E204 engine was initially introduced in the 2005 Subaru GD/GG Impreza and 2006 Subaru BL/BP Liberty as a more powerful alternative to the single overhead cam EJ202 engine, but effectively replaced the EJ202 when the GE/GH …

    Get Price
  • Subaru EJ20K Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ20K was a turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine. In Australia, the EJ20K engine powered the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX from November 1996 (for the 1997 'model year' or MY97) to 1998. For the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX, key features of the EJ20K engine included:

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  • EJ20X and EJ20Y Subaru Engines

    The Subaru EJ20Y and EJ20X were turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engines. For Australia, the EJ20X engine was introduced in the 2003 Subaru BL Liberty GT and mated to a five-speed automatic transmission; the EJ20Y was subsequently introduced in 2004 and had a five-speed manual transmission. The EJ20Y and EJ20X engines …

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines

    The EJ201 and EJ202 engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling. Unlike the EJ20 engine, the intake ports for the EJ201 and EJ202 engines created a 'tumble swirl' motion for air as it entered the cylinder for better mixing of the air and fuel for more uniform flame travel and faster combustion.

    Get Price
  • Subaru FA20D Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The FA20D engine had a 4-2-1 exhaust manifold and dual tailpipe outlets. To reduce emissions, the FA20D engine had a returnless fuel system with evaporative emissions control that prevented fuel vapours created in the fuel tank from being released into the atmosphere by catching them in an activated charcoal canister.

    Get Price
  • Subaru EJ204 Engine - australiancar.reviews

    The Subaru EJ204 was a 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine with double overhead camshafts. The naturally aspirated E204 engine was initially introduced in the 2005 Subaru GD/GG Impreza and 2006 Subaru BL/BP Liberty as a more powerful alternative to the single overhead cam EJ202 engine, but effectively replaced the EJ202 when the GE/GH Impreza was released in ...

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  • Subaru EJ20K Engine - australiancar.reviews

    Subaru's EJ20K was a turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engine. In Australia, the EJ20K engine powered the Subaru GC/GM Impreza WRX from November 1996 (for the 1997 'model year' or MY97) to 1998. For the Subaru GC/GM …

    Get Price
  • EJ20X and EJ20Y Subaru Engines

    The Subaru EJ20Y and EJ20X were turbocharged, 2.0-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engines. For Australia, the EJ20X engine was introduced in the 2003 Subaru BL Liberty GT and mated to a five-speed automatic transmission; the EJ20Y was subsequently introduced in 2004 and had a five-speed manual transmission. The EJ20Y and EJ20X engines were fitted with a single twin ...

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  • EJ201 and EJ202 Subaru Engines

    The EJ201 and EJ202 engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling. Unlike the EJ20 engine, the intake ports for the EJ201 and EJ202 engines created a 'tumble swirl' motion for air as it entered the cylinder for better mixing of the air and fuel for …

    Get Price