Since production of the first steam engine, and till today there passed more than hundred years. During this time the mankind thought out many different types of engines and modifications. The modern engine truly is a miracle of engineering. It's not only super reliable and effective but also quite. But what reliable would not be the engine, it still won't be eternal. However, if you want it to serve you longer, then it is necessary to service it timely. On our website you will find data about the required engine, learn what oil to pour into the engine and when to change it. If you want to squeeze out of your motor more horses, then we will also tell you how to tune an engine. Just click the link below and we'll provide you with our priceless data!

Engine Specs

G4FC Engine

The G4FC engine belongs to the Gamma series and differs from the G4FA only by crankshaft with increased stroke of the piston from 75mm to 85.4mm, otherwise the motors are like two drops of water, the same system of variable valve timing on one shaft, timing chain, etc. Identity extends to weaknesses, defects one by one repeat 1.4 liter engine, noise, whistles, vibrations, floating speed have not gone away and are waiting for you to pay attention...

2TR-FE Engine

It was in 2003 and the excellent 3RZ-FE was quite outdated by this point, but it’s not too reasonable to send a successful motor to the museum. Accordingly, it was decided to update it and continue to put on off-road vehicles and commercial vehicles. For the new engine, which received the name 2TR, took a block of cylinders from 3RZ with two balancing shafts, and the cylinder head was subjected to some modifications. On this head was used...

2AR-FE Engine

The 2AR-FE engine was released in 2008, as a replacement for the 2.4-liter 2AZ-FE. The cylinder block 2AR is made of aluminum, with thin cast-iron sleeves. The crankshaft, with 8 counterweights, is installed with a 10 mm offset in the discharge direction and drives the two balancing shafts. Pistons lightened with a floating finger. A three-layer metal gasket is equipped with a two-shaft cylinder head made of aluminum, with hydraulic...

VR38DETT Engine

In 2007, after a short break, the famous Nissan GTZ was revived and as an engine in it, instead of the last row-six RS26DETT, a new 3.8 liter VR38DETT was used. This engine was based on a successful VQ37VHR, but the cylinder block was completely redesigned: it is still an aluminum V6 with a breakdown of 60 °, but instead of the sleeves a plasma application of a layer of low-carbon steel (0.15 mm thickness) is used. The height of the block of...

5S-FE Engine

The engine of the Toyota 5S is the most large-volume motor of the late S series. The engine uses the same cylinder block as the 3S / 4S, but is bored for 87.1 mm pistons, another 90.9 mm (86 mm) crankshaft was used, and two balancing shaft. In the light of the motor came out in 1990 and was in production until 2001, when it was replaced by a new 2.4-liter 2AZ-FE. The engine 5S-FE, in comparison with other motors, has a significant plus, when the...

RB20DET Engine

Legendary series of Nissan RB appeared in 1984 and its smallest representative, called RB20, was produced as a replacement for the old L20. The RB20E engine, namely the so-called first version, is a row-six in the cast-iron block of cylinders, with a short-cranked crankshaft. The top motor is covered with an aluminum single-shaft cylinder head with 2 valves per cylinder. Power from 115 to 130 hp, depending on the generation. In general, this...

RB26DETT Engine

The legendary Japanese engine RB26DETT, the age-old rival of the 2JZ-GTE, was released in 1989, especially for the new, at that time, Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 car, the main purpose of which was a victory in JTC (Group A). The RB26DETT engine is a bit like the younger RB25DET, but it differs from it with a cylinder block without an oil channel, crankshaft with a stroke of 73.7 mm, its connecting rods (used on RB25DET NEO), new pistons (lower by 1...

M20B25 Engine

M20B25 Engine Specs Manufacturer Gunma Oizumi Plant Also called Subaru EZ30 Production 1999-2009 Cylinder block alloy Aluminum Configuration Flat-6 Valvetrain DOHC 4 valves per cylinder Piston stroke, mm (inch) 80 (3.15) Cylinder bore, mm (inch) 89.2 (3.51) Compression ratio 10.7 Displacement 2999 cc (183 cu in) Power output 164 kW (220 HP) at 6,000 rpm 183 kW (245 HP) at 6,600 rpm Torque output 289 Nm (213 lb·ft) at...

1UZ Engine

1UZ Engine Specs Manufacturer Tahara Plant Also called Toyota 1UZ Production 1989-2002 Cylinder block alloy Aluminum Configuration V8 Valvetrain DOHC 4 valves per cylinder Piston stroke, mm (inch) 82.5 (3.25) Cylinder bore, mm (inch) 87.5 (3.44) Compression ratio 10 10.4 10.5 (VVTi) Displacement 3969 cc (242.2 cu in) Power output 188 kW (256 HP) at 5,400 rpm 192 kW (261 HP) at 5,400 rpm 213 kW (290 HP) at 5,900 rpm...

FB20 Engine

FB20 Engine Specs Manufacturer Gunma Oizumi Plant Also called Subaru FB20 Production 2010-present Cylinder block alloy Aluminum Configuration Flat-4 Valvetrain DOHC 4 valves per cylinder Piston stroke, mm (inch) 90 (3.54) Cylinder bore, mm (inch) 84 (3.31) Compression ratio 10.5 10.8 (Hybrid) Displacement 1995 cc (121.7 cu in) Power output 109 kW (148 HP) at 6,000 rpm 110 kW (150 HP) at 6,200 rpm 119 kW (162 HP) at 6,000...

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