IAG Stage 1 FA20 Subaru Short Block for 2013-18 BRZ / FR-S (10.0:1 Compression Ratio)
The IAG Stage 1 short block starts with new Subaru FA 2.0L BRZ engine case halves that are machined for improved oiling. Then the case is bored and honed to 86.1mm on our in-house Sunnen SV-30 the most advanced automotive cylinder hone available. IAG‘s in-house honing process is able to set piston to wall clearances tighter for a quieter running engine. The short block is measured and assembled using a new FA20 WRX / BRZ Subaru crankshaft that is matched to King main bearings. IAG-Spec H-Beam rods with ARP2000 rod bolts are utilized along with King or ACL rod bearings. The case halves are sealed with new OEM case bolts and sealant. Finally, lower compression IAG-Spec 86.1mm 10.0:1 compression ratio forged pistons are spec'd and installed finishing off the short block. The lower compression ratio is good for BRZ / FR-S forced induction conversion applications.
Stage 1 FA20 Includes:
Case Halves - Brand new OEM Subaru BRZ FA20 case halves
Case Machining - Modified for improved oiling
Case Machining - Bored and honed to 86.1mm
Pistons - IAG-Spec 86.1mm 10.0:1 Forged Pistons, Ring Set, and .150" x 2.250" Chromoly Wrist Pins
Connecting Rods - IAG-Spec H-Beam / ARP2000 Rod Bolts
Rod Bearings - ACL or King XPG
Main Bearings - King XPG
Crankshaft - New Subaru FA20 WRX / BRZ crankshaft
Case / Main Bolts - Standard Subaru case bolts
Hardware - OEM Oil Plug - comes preinstalled at the oil pan location
10.0:1 (2.5 lower than stock compression) on standard gasket thickness.
Power: The IAG Stage 1 Short Block has a power output rating of 550BHP.
*All IAG Short Blocks are balanced and blueprinted. This short block features a lower compression and is intended for forced induction applications.
Model Year & Fitment
2013-2018 Subaru BRZ / FR-S
Availability: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Weeks
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