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Mulberry SS15: The Perfect Accessories for a Frolic Through the English Countryside

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Still without a creative director since the departure of Emma Hill last year, it was a paired down event for Mulberry again this season. With regular stories in the press detailing profit warnings and the company yet to find a new CEO and a replacement for Hill, perhaps Claridge’s Ballroom would have been a little inappropriate. Instead, it was a static presentation in the sun-filled London showroom, where guests nibbled on Darjeeling macaroons, whipped English salt cod and English cheddar scones as they perused the new collection.

For spring-summer, Mulberry has stayed close to home, taking inspiration from the classic English country garden, where delphiniums, cornflowers and cow parsley run wild over trellis and the Mulberry girl—a practical English lass—gets down and dirty in her gardening clogs and the canvas and leather separates that clash with her pretty floral prints.

The standout pieces here were the coat, mini skirt and dress in the black trellis jacquard, where black hexagonal embroidery reminiscent of a honeycomb clashed with florals against a pale blue silk. Also a knockout was the white dress printed with bluebells, its midi-skirt and softly draped sleeves lending it a vintage sensibility.

Of course, with Mulberry, the real draw is the accessories and this season is no exception, where the bags remain on point. The new Delphie Duo bag lives up to its name - it is two bags in one. Yes, pop open the circular push lock of the Delphie and the leather flips completely around to reveal another color or texture beneath that fastens in the same place. Voila! Two luxury handbags for the price of one.

Elsewhere, the Englishness continues, with a collaboration with pet accessory brand Mungo & Maud to create a line of colorful collars and leads for your dog. For what else is an English country girl to do when the gardening is finished but take her designer pooch for a walk in the woods? Mulberry has a particular vision of what it is, or will be, to live in the English countryside in 2015, but there’s no denying it is a fun one.


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


Subaru EJ20X & EJ20Y 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-scroll turbocharger and effectively replaced the EJ208 engine which powered the Subaru BE BH Liberty B4.

Block and crankcase

The Subaru EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy block with 92.0 mm bores – with cast iron cylinder liners – and a 75.0 mm stroke for a capacity of 1994 cc. The cylinder block for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an open-deck design whereby the cylinder walls were supported at the three and nine o’clock positions.

The crankcase for the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had five main bearings and the flywheel housing was cast with the crankcase for increased rigidity. The EJ20X engine is understood to have a forged crankshaft and connecting rods, but cast aluminium pistons with forged crowns.

Cylinder head and dual AVCS

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with cross-flow cooling, double overhead camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder bank and four valves per cylinder that were actuated by roller rocker arms.

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines were the first EJ engines to be equipped with Subaru’s ‘Dual Active Valve Control System’ (‘Dual AVCS’) which provided variable intake and exhaust valve timing.

Turbochargers and intercooler

For the BL.I Liberty GT, the EJ20X engine was fitted with a twin-scroll IHI VF38 turbocharger the EJ20Y engine, however, had a larger twin-scroll Mitsubishi TD04 HLA 19T turbocharger. For the BL.II Legacy GT (i.e. MY07), both the EJ20X and EJ20Y had an IHI VF45 turbocharger, though these EJ20X/EJ20Y engines were not offered in Australia (hence the reference to Legacy rather than Liberty).

In a twin-scroll turbocharger, the exhaust manifold separates the channels for cylinders that can interfere with each other, so that the pulsating exhaust gases flow through separate spirals (or scrolls). As a result, the low pressure tail component of an exhaust pulse can be used to: 1) extract all the combustion products from the cylinder head and, 2) induct the intake charge during periods when both intake and exhaust valves are partially open.

After the turbocharger, the compressed air was passed through a low-restriction, transversal flow intercooler to reduce its temperature and thereby increase its density for the intake charge. For mass reduction, the intercooler had a lightweight resin tank.

Injection and ignition

The EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had multi-point sequential fuel injection and centrally located spark plugs. Furthermore, the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines had two ignition coils (one for each pair of cylinders, i.e. 1-2 and 3-4) which fired the spark plugs directly twice per cycle.

For the EJ20X and EJ20Y engines, the injection and firing order was 1-3-2-4 its compression ratio was 9.5:1


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