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M52B25 Engine

Like the previous 2-liter engine, this BMW M52B25 engine is also based on the M50 engine, but unlike its predecessor, it has less horsepower (22 hp less). Produced from 1995 to 2003. M52B25 in 1998 was recognized as the best engine in the United States and established on Produced from 1995 to 2003. In 1998 the M52B25 engine was nominated as the best engine in the United States. In 2000, the engine began to be gradually replaced by a new 2.5-liter six cylinder M54B25, and a year later M52B25...

M52B28 Engine

The engine appeared on the market in 1994 year. Cylinder capacity was 2.8 liters (2793 cu. Cm). This is a square engine, since the diameter of the cylinder and piston stroke had the same amount to 84 mm, and form the so-called square engine. Its power is 190 hp at 5300 rpm and torque of 280 Nm at 3950 rpm. The engine was based on the 2.5-liter version and in 1999 recognized as the best engine in the United States. Engine Applications: 1995-2000 BMW 328i (E36) 1995-1999 BMW 528i...

M52B20 Engine

The basic version of the BMW M52 engine created on the basis of a 2-liter M50 engine and was produced from 1994 to 2003. M52B20 engine was introduced to the market in 1994. The diameter of the cylinders is equal to 80 mm and stroke of 66 mm. Engine power and torque of 150 hp at 5900 rpm and 190 Nm at 4200 rpm. The engine is installed in: 1994-1999 BMW 320i E36 1995-1999 BMW 520i E39 M52TUB20 engine is an upgraded version of the M52B20 engine. It appeared on the market in 1998, and received a...

M50B20 Engine

BMW M50B20 Engine BMW M50 engine – six-cylinder piston engine with two overhead camshafts, which was submitted in January 1989 on 5-Series E34, and thus replacing the previously installed 2-valve M20. A little later, this engine was installed on the BMW 3 series E36 (sedan, touring, coupe, convertible and Baur). BMW M50 engine is available in two versions, with a volume of 2.0 and 2.5 liters and produced in the Steyr factory. Until 1996, all 943,795 engines were produced. M50B20 and...

A16LET Engine

Four-cylinder internal combustion engine. Engine power is 180 hp. (132 kW) with an engine capacity of 1598 cu. sm (1.6 liters) The A16LET engine is equipped with a K03 turbocharger which can provide adequate air mass for 34+ Kgm and 240+ Hp. However the engine’s internal parts cannot withstand this level of stress. In order to take advantage of the maximum reliable turbochargers air mass provision and to perform the maximum possible power it is essential to replace the engine’s internal...

M40B18 Engine

BMW M40 engine is a four-cylinder eight-valve engine with a volume up to 1.8 liter, and  is installed on the BMW 3 Series (E30 and E36) and E34 5 Series. After extensive preliminary testing, which mainly concerned the configuration of the cylinder head and combustion chamber – the final draft of the 4-cylinder BMW M40 engine was developed. Powertrain manufacturing started in mid-1987 at the BMW plant in Steyr (Steyr) and continued until 25 April 1994. Total of 838 290 motor units were...

M40B16 Engine

The M40B16 is a lightweight modification of M40 1.8-liter (marking M40B18). According to some sources, this engine has a M43 code, but that is not quite correct. M40 is widely used to equip younger models of BMW E30, E36, Z3. The 1.6-liter engine firstly was combined with Bosch Motronic 1.3 on the BMW E30 316i (sedan, coupe and station wagon since 1988). Since 1991, with the DME digital engine electronics control system, less powerful version M40B16 engine was installed on the BMW E36 316i...

M104 E320 engine

An inline 6-cylinder engine with the capacity of 3.2 liters. There was also an AMG-version 3.6-liter. The engine has two camshafts and four valves per cylinder. All engines without the ignition distributor intake camshaft were equipped with the clutch with an electro-hydraulic actuator for the variable valve timing. Phase changes occur without a smooth adjustment – only two extreme positions. M104 E320 engine specs Manufacturer Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt Plant Also...

4G64 Engine

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) is a Japanese car manufacturer, which is a division of the Mitsubishi Group, the biggest group of the Japanese multinational companies. Since 2016, MMC pertains to Nissan, which is a member of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. Mitsubishi Motors is known for its compact power units, in-line three, 4-cylinder and V6 engines. However, 4-cylinder gasoline engines remain the most widespread among the company’s product range. For instance, the 4G63...

EJ25 Engine

Subaru EJ25 engine The largest member of the EJ family was released in 1995 and carried the designation EJ25, and this engine is widely used in all major car models. The EJ25 Subaru engine used the same aluminum cylinder block with cast iron liners dry, which is applied in EJ20, but the diameter of the cylinder was raised from 92 mm to 99.5 mm, height remains the same (201 mm). The crankshaft was installed with 79 mm piston stroke, instead of 75 mm per 2 liter counterparts. The length of the...

M43B19 Engine

M43, an inline-four engine with SOHC piston, was first released by BMW in 1991 as a substitute to M40 and was manufactured till 2002. The available engine volume is between 1.6 L and 1.9 L. M43 was employed for base-model vehicles. Simultaneously, DOHC M42, and later M44, was utilized for high-performance automobiles. M43B19 (or M43TU as it’s often called) is the biggest engine of the M43 series with the offset of 1985 cc. Using BMW BMS 46 fuel injection system, it reaches the power of 118 hp...

2JZ Engine

Probably the most legendary and famous engine in the world. 2JZ engines were produced since 1997. Displacement of all modifications were 3 liters (2997 cu. cm). It was the most powerful engine in JZ series. Bore and stroke of the engine forms a square and are 86 mm. It has DOHC with two camshafts and four valves per cylinder. Since 1997, the engines were equipped with a VVT-i system. Comparing this engine with 1JZ we can say that 2JZ is bigger, but the head of cylinder block is pretty the...

EA111 Engine

A series of small-EA111 turbo engine (1.2 TSI, 1.4 TSI) became widespread in 2005, thanks to the popular Golf 5 and Jetta sedan models. The main and initially the only engine was the 1.4 TSI in its various modifications, which was intended to replace the 2.0-liter atmospheric. At the heart of the power unit is a cast-iron cylinder block, covered with aluminum 16 valve head with two camshafts with hydraulic lifters, a phase shifter on the intake shaft and direct injection. The drive timing chain...

VQ30DE Engine

VQ30DE engine has it’s own place in the book of records as the best engine. He fell into the list of the ten best engines for six years. From 1995 to 2001. That’s a top result for any engine. 3.0 VQ engine series was first introduced in the United States in 1995 on Nissan Maxima and the 1996 Infiniti I30. Special features of it are the finest engine processing camshafts and crankshafts, the presence of digital knock control system, and a new engine cooling system. The engine...

EJ20 Engine

Subaru launched the production of EJ engines in 1989 and 2.0L EJ20 was the debut one of the series. It was created as an alternative to EA82 1.8L motor and soon, it turned into the main engine for all Subaru vehicles. Like its predecessor, EJ20 is a 4-cylinder opposed gasoline motor. It features aluminum cylinder block with dry cast iron sleeves. EJ20E is the most famous engine of the range. It’s naturally aspirated and features two SOHC cylinder heads with 4 valves per cylinder. Size of...

QR25DE Engine

The QR25DE is a 2.5 L (2488 cc) variant of QR20D engine built with cast steel connecting rods, a steel timing chain, counter-rotating balance shafts, and an aluminum intake manifold. The engine bore is 89 mm with a stroke of 100 mm and a compression ratio ranging from 9.5:1 to 10.5:1 depending on the vehicle. 2007+ QR25DE The revised QR25DE found in the 2007+ Sentra, Altima, Rogue, etc. has a number of improvements over the older QR25DE. These include: A simpler, larger diameter single path...

EZ30 Engine

This 3-liter engine was put into production in 1999 and was a successor of EG33 engine. At the time of its production, EZ30 was the flagman engine in the lineup and was installed on the biggest cars. This motor has been designed completely from scratch, he used an aluminum cylinder block height of 202 mm, with cast iron sleeves 2 mm thick. Inside was mounted crankshaft with stroke of 80 mm, crank length is 131.5 mm, the diameter of the piston 89.2 mm, height 30.3 mm, the compression ratio is...

G4GC Engine

G4GC 2.0 Engine The Hyundai G4GC engine is used to install Kia Cerato, Kia Sportage, Hyundai Elantra, Kia Ceed, Kia Spectra, Hyundai Tucson, Hyundai Sonata EF, Hyundai i30, Hyundai Coupe, Hyundai Trajet, Kia Carens. The engine is equipped with the CVVT timing system. The engine is reliable and unpretentious, has a high resource of more than 300 thousand km. The G4GC is the oldest model of the Beta II family. Four-stroke four-cylinder petrol with electronic control system of fuel injection and...

EA113 Engine

The EA113 engine series began to be established on cars of VAG concern in 2004 year. This series has been developed by engineers who have taken as the basis the 2.0 FSI engine with direct injection of the fuel. The most important difference is the presence of the turbo. Also on the turbocharged engine cylinder block is made of cast iron rather than aluminum alloy, as at atmospheric. Also in the construction of the internal combustion of TFSI engine apply: Improved balancing mechanism (two...

4G63 Engine

The 4G63 motor is one of the Mitsubishi Sirius 4G6 range. The manufacture of this 2.0 L 4-cylinder naturally aspirated gasoline engine started in 1980. Besides, it has a version with a turbocharger, the 4G63T. 4G63 is built on the framework of G63B, an 8V motor with SOHC carburetor, employed for several Mitsubishi automobiles till 1988. 4G63 was featured in a great amount of cars, including Mitsubishi, Hyundai, Plymouth, Dodge and Eagle. Moreover, the motor was updated several times and some...

3SGE Engine

The production of Toyota 3SGE was launched in 1985 and ended in 2005. It was built as a variation of the 3S-FE engine, meant for sports cars. 3SGE differs from 3SFE by the restyled Yamaha cylinder head. For 20 years of production, this engine gained 5 modifications. Toyota 3SGE engine specs Manufacturer  Kamigo Plant Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky Also called Toyota 3S Production 1987-2007 Cylinder block alloy Cast-iron Configuration Straight-4 Valvetrain DOHC 4 valves per...

S52B32 Engine

The S52 engine — the high-performance version of the 6-cylinder engine developed on the basis of the M52 engine for the sedan, a coupe and a cabriolet of BMW M3 in E36 chassis. The engine was intended only for North America as an alternative to 3,2-liter S50B32. The power S52B32US unit was issued from 1994 to 2000, and was made in a number of 37 790 units. Then the engine was replaced by S54B32. BMW M3 E36 Sound https://engineswork.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/M3-E36-03.mp3 BMW S52B32...

2AZ-FE Engine

The 2AZ-FE is a 2.4 L (2362 cc) version built in Japan (Kamigo Plant and by Toyota Industries Corporation), at TMMK in the USA and also built in China for select Scion xB models, obtains a total displacement of 2362 cc with 88.5 mm (3.5 in) bore and 96.0 mm (3.8 in) stroke, with a compression ratio of 9.6:1. Output is 160 hp (120 kW) at 5600 rpm;162 lb·ft (220 N·m) of torque at 4000 rpm. Later versions of the 2AZ-FE engine were upgraded with 9.8:1 compression ratio, a slightly more...

7A-FE Engine

The A-series engines, released by Toyota Motor Corporation, are inline-four internal combustion engines, varying from 1.3 L to 1.8 L. These engines have engine blocks made of cast iron and cylinder heads, which are made of aluminum. Toyota launched the manufacturing of the A-series engines in the end of 1970s, trying to find a substitution for the K-series engines for its new Tercel model. The company aspired to build an engine with a modern design and, simultaneously, great fuel efficiency,...

Duratec 1.4 16V Sigma Engine

Ford 1.4 Duratec 16v 80 hp engine raised mainly on small cars (Fiesta, Fusion), but even these cars with him extremely sluggish behave, not to mention the larger Ford Focus 2, with 1.4 liters. motor he was not going. Currently, replaced by a new, more powerful 1.4-liter. The resource engine Ford Focus 1.4, according to the manufacturer, is 155 thousand. miles., but the actual service life is 200 thousand miles. Like all Ford Duratec to 1,6l (inclusive), timing belt drive, be sure to once every...

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