The Al-222 used in the Yak-130 is also more powerful than the J85 they used in their F-5 derivatives. 25 kN vs 16 kN dry thrust.
The Russians are currently working on the SM-100 engine to replace the Al-222. Meant to have 20% more thrust and double the lifetime.
Such an engine, I speculate, might be able to power a full size Qaher-313 in pairs.
The Russian Defense Minister visited Iran, where he attended an exhibition of the aerospace forces of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. During the visit to Iran, the Russian Defense Minister was shown tactical missile systems, long- and medium-range ballistic missiles, UAVs and Iranian-made air defense systems. The minister held a meeting with the Chief of the General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Mohammad Bagheri. It is unknown what exactly was discussed; perhaps the supply of new weapons. In the video from the exhibition, launchers for kamikaze drones "Shahed 136" were seen. Also in one of the frames, a version of Iranian ground-based cruise missiles of the "Paveh" type flashed. Also in the footage you can see an Iranian homing missile for destroying UAVs and helicopters, called “Rocket 358” in the USA; the original Iranian name of the missile is unknown. These missiles were previously used in Yemen.
As part of the Ektedar 1402 military exercises conducted by the Iranian army, firing of an Iranian high-precision Basir artillery shell was demonstrated. The shooting was carried out from an American-made M109A1B self-propelled gun; Iran began purchasing them in 1970. The Iranian 155mm Basir guided artillery shell was first shown in 2012 and is a copy of the Russian Krasnopol shell. The projectile is guided by a laser beam and can hit targets at a range of up to 20 kilometers.
Final tests of a simplified version of the Karrar tank, first shown in 2017, have passed in Iran. The tank was created by the Bani Hashem company on the basis of the Russian T-72S; it also uses the technical solutions of the T-90MS tank, which Iran previously wanted to buy, but could not for a number of reasons, as well as some design solutions of the American Abrams tanks. The Karrar tank has a laser range finder and an electro-optical fire control system. Despite the apparent similarity with Russian tanks, it has a different design of commander's panoramas and remote-controlled machine gun installations. Another tower and explosive reactive armor units. The Karrar tank can also be equipped with laser and radar irradiation warning sensors. The tank is equipped with a 125 mm smoothbore gun capable of firing anti-tank missiles. The tank can be equipped with a remote-controlled combat module with a 7.62 mm machine gun. The tank uses a carousel-type automatic loader. Tank weight 51 tons, crew 3 people, estimated engine power 1000 hp.
Today morning, leader of the Islamic Revolution and the commander in chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran held a meeting with commanders of the IRGC Aerospace forces. Gaza heavy drone, Fattah hypersonic ballistic missile and a Shahed drone is notably visible in the background.
Mehran SAM; conceptual similarity to 9A83 vehicle from S-300V family(even if here it's on wheels) is readily apparent.
Btw, perhaps I was the only one slow - but IRCG Aerospace forces and Iranian armed forces ADF are separate branches with separate lines of equipment, not dissimilar to how post-Soviet militaries split field army and country split their air defense systems, on similar (thou distinct) principles. Of course, systems have entirely different heritage (American, Standard-1/Hawk/Phoenix).
So while at first glance it looks like a huge bag of (needlessly) similar systems - the reality is more complicated, and it's two parallel lines with different priorities.