Engine EZ30

The three-liter EZ30 engine was the flagship engine of all large Subaru cars for a full decade (1999-2009). It replaced the EG33 and in turn was gradually superseded by the more modern EZ33. The power unit was designed from scratch, and did not become a revision of some old motor, which allowed the designers to initially introduce advanced systems and technologies. The EZ30 engine is a boxer 6-cylinder injector packaged in an aluminum block with a nominal volume of 2999cc.
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Engine EZ36

The production of EZ 36 boxer motors began in 2007 at the Japanese Gunma Oizumi Plant and continues to this day. EZ 36 is a unit designed for gasoline with an octane rating “95”. The engine block is made of aluminum, fuel injection – injection; depending on the modification, the power can be 245 hp. and 258 hp.
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