D6DA engines are 4-stroke diesel engines with water cooling, direct fuel injection and a service life of up to 1 million km.
They are widely known for their reliability, optimal quality / price ratio. Hyundai D6DA engines are distinguished by their environmental friendliness of exhaust, economical consumption of fuel and lubricants. The fuel is almost completely burned in their working chamber, instant start is possible thanks to the electronic starter.
D6DA spare parts, such as spray nozzles, connecting rod bushings, pistons, liners, bushings, piston pins, are manufactured using modern equipment. The introduction of advanced technologies makes it possible to produce components that provide the unit with reliability, low vibration levels, and virtually noiseless operation.
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|Number of cylinders
|Piston stroke, mm
|Cylinder bore, mm
|Power output, hp
|Torque output, Nm / rpm
|Engine lifespan, thousand km
— official information
The inline six is equipped with a Garrett turbocharger and develops a power of 225 hp. Structurally, the engine is far from modern development: two valves per cylinder, dry liners pressed into the block, a timing gear drive from the toe side of the crankshaft.
Despite the fact that in Korea, back in 2006, Common Rail fuel equipment began to be installed on the D6DA engine, an engine with an ancient mechanical injection pump was going to Russia until 2013, and the engine was driven into Euro-3 standards using a particulate filter at the outlet.
D6DA marking decoding
|Heavy Fuel Oil (Diesel) ICE
|Engine type: four-stroke, 6-cylinder in-line.
|Engine Development Order
|Engine Modification Series