FB20 Subaru Engine
Subaru's FB20 was a 2.0litre horizontallyopposed (or 'boxer') fourcylinder petrol engine. Effectively replacing the EJ204 engine, the FB20 engine was a member of Subaru's third generation 'FB' boxer engine family which also included the FB25, FA20D, FA20E and FA20F engines.The FB20 engine first offered in Australia in 2012 Subaru GP/GJ Impreza.
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EJ20J Subaru Engine
Subaru's EJ20J engine was a 2.0litre, horizontallyopposed (or 'boxer') fourcylinder petrol engine. This article considers the naturally aspirated, EJ20J Phase I engine as it was supplied in Australiandelivered vehicles, including the 199798 Subaru SF Forester.
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Senior Group Leader at The Francis Crick Institute, London; and Wellcome Senior Fellow in Clinical Science at Imperial College London [both posts seconded to the University of Cape Town]; Director, Centre for Infectious Diseases Research in Africa (CIDRIAfrica); Group leader and Director, Crick African Network; and Member, Institute of Infectious Disease and