The EZ36D engine had a diecast aluminium cylinder block with mm bores and a mm stroke for a capacity of 3630 cc. For the EZ36D, sintered iron pieces within cylinder block controlled thermal expansion of journal clearances during warmup; according to Subaru, the iron pieces also relieved shocks to the crankshaft journals and reduced overall vibrations.
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Subaru''s EJ251 and EJ252 were horizontallyopposed (or ''boxer'') fourcylinder petrol engines. For Australia, the EJ251 engine was first introduced in the Subaru BE/BH Liberty in 1998 and subsequently offered in the BH Outback, GD/GG Impreza RS and Subaru SG Forester. For the Subaru BL/BP Liberty and BP Outback, the EJ251 was replaced by the EJ252 engine.