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!

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K20 Engine

Honda initiated the production of K-series, 4-cylinder 4-cycle motors, in 2001. Keeping dual overhead camshaft valvetrains, they reach lower attrition thanks to roller rockers. K-series motors employ coil-on-plug ignition system without distributor but featuring a coil for every spark plug. Refraining from application of classic ignition timing system with distributor, these motors feature a computer-controlled system, allowing the ECU to regulate ignition timings depending on sensor inputs....

RB20 Engine

Nissan RB, released from 1985 to 2004, is a 2.0-3.0L inline-six four-stroke gasoline motor. Aluminum head is applied for both single and dual overhead camshaft versions. Single overhead camshaft motors keep two valves per cylinder while the ones with dual overhead camshaft feature four valves per cylinder. Each camshaft lobe controls just one valve. RB motors are supplied with belt driven camshafts plus cast iron blocks. Models with turbocharging keep an intercooled turbo (except RB20ET and...

VG33E Engine

Nissan VG are 2.0-3.3L V6 piston motors, employed for a number of vehicles from the brand’s range. The debut motor of lineup appeared in 1983 and soon, VG turned into the first assembly line V6 motors in Japan. Keeping iron block plus aluminum heads, primary motors of the range received a single overhead camshaft with two valves per cylinder. Hereinafter, some updates were made, leading to creation of motors with other block plus dual overhead camshaft with four valves per cylinder. Moreover,...

VQ40DE Engine

Nissan VQ is a 2.0-4.0L V6 piston motor, keeping aluminum block with dual overhead camshaft featuring 4 valves per cylinder plus aluminum heads. It’s supplied with the brand’s EGI/ECCS sequential multi-port fuel injection while its subsequent variations keep different modifications of variable valve timing and direct fuel injection. The latter are often referred as NEO-Di. Motors of this lineup were built as alternatives to VQ line. Being rather successful, they were among 10 best engines...

3RZ-FE Engine

Manufacture of Toyota 3RZ-FE motor was initiated in 1994 as a substitution for 22R-E. Being destined for off-road and commercial automobiles, it kept pretty large capacity for inline-four configuration, reached by application of 95 mm cylinder bore plus forged crankshaft featuring 8 counterbalances and 95 mm stroke. 3RZ utilizes crankcase with two balancer shafts, serving as counterpoise to inertia forces of the second order. Cylinder block features aluminum dual overhead camshaft with 4 valves...

J32A Engine

Honda J-series is the 4th generation of V6 gasoline motors, production of which was initiated in 1996, following the C-line with its 3 different modifications. Being constructed by the brand’s American engineers, these motors were manufactured at Anna, Ohio and Lincoln plants in Alabama. While C motors were 90° V6, these ones are 60°, being built for transverse mounting. Newer motors are more compact than their foregoers, featuring smaller bore spacing (98 mm/3.86 inches), shorter rods plus...

B18C Engine

Honda B-series, first presented in 1988, are inline 4-cylinder automotive motors with dual overhead camshafts. They were for sale contemporaneously with economical D-line motors, featuring single overhead camshaft, but B-lineup had better performance thanks to double overhead camshafts and the brand’s VTEC system, which was applied for the first time. Along with letter B, the names of these motors denote engine’s displacement and have one more letter. The American versions also keep one...

4AC Engine

Toyota A-series are 1.3-1.8L inline-4 internal combustion motors featuring cast iron blocks plus aluminum cylinder heads. Cylinders were siamesed to make a motor shorter. Thus, 1A motor had a length of 550 mm (21.6 inches). Toyota initiated production of this lineup in the late 1970s, aspiring to create an absolutely fresh version of the motor to substitute the brand’s K-lineup in Toyota Tercel vehicles. Engineers did their best to reach great fuel efficiency plus performance along with...

VK56DE Engine

The Nissan VK engine (previously called the ZH) is a V8 piston motor, featuring an aluminum dual overhead camshaft with four valves. Actually, VK56 was built on the framework of the brand’s VQ V6 motor but not VH V8, applied for Q45/Cima vehicles. Among the main differences are a variable intake manifold of polymer, restyled heads and a better drive of the wire throttle chamber. Intake manifold routes air in different directions depending on the engine speed. It helps to enhance low-end...

LM4 Engine

Having the capacity of 5.3 liter (325 cu in), GM/Chevrolet LM4 is a naturally aspirated V8 90° 4-stroke gasoline motor. It’s a representative of Generation Three V8 truck motors with small blocks. LM4 resembles LM7 (released between 2003 and 2005), but it differs by having an aluminum block. Chevrolet LM4 (Vortec 5300) keeps V8 90° aluminum cylinder block featuring 5-bearings crankshaft, 2 aluminum heads, one cast camshaft and 2 valves per cylinder (16 in total). The motor is supplied with...

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