Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)

Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)
  • Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)
  • Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)
  • Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)
  • Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)
  • Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)
  • Closed Deck V4, New Case Halves (Outright)
SKU OUT-CDB-V4
$2,175.00
Options:




$2,175.00
Price includes:
  • new OEM case halves $1050
  • V4 closed deck machining $875

Benefits:

  • INDUSTRY FIRST! NEW AS OF 8/2015 precision block decking registering from the mains, both halves cut simultaneously allowing for the least amount of material removed.
  • thicker insert in critical area
  • "less expense compared to sleeving"
  • "no sleeves to drop"
  • "superior heat transfer"
  • "new closed deck case halves in stock
  • perfect for high HP DD's, no possible engine removal due to sleeve issues
  • proven torture test for over two years as noted in Nasioc
  • tested by the likes of Jeff Chang, Mark Jager and JC Maynet

Options:

  1. Closed-BLOCK-block-with-STUDS
    ½” head studs kit with machining includes $480 1/2 head stud kit $200 labor.
    (This option adds $660.00 to base price)

What is the difference? V3 Vs V4

The Outfront V3 Block has enjoyed the longest and most successful performance in the Subaru OEM High Performance arena to date, circa 2012, surpassing all other competitions and expectations. So then why produce a V4? With Subaru motors now surpassing the 1000HP mark, the request was, how can we make it even stronger? Our answer is the V4. The difference is the thickness of the insert. The V3 block has an insert that is approximately .400" thick. Note that the factory semi closed deck bridge is only about .300" thick. The V3 insert does not affect cooling. There are some known weak areas of the OEM block when subjected to high boost levels, the V4, then reinforces those areas even more by having the insert further into the block, we have, however, still kept the majority of the insert as thin as possible to aid in cooling. Get the best of both worlds! There are other blocks on the market that think that smaller coolant passages and thicker inserts all the way through is the answer--we disagree. The "thinnest" insert that gets the job done is the right approach to the design and allows for best cooling of the block. With the introduction of the V4 in 2015, we have a max recommended HP of V3 block @750HP, If your target is 750+ you should consider the V4.