Engine KA24DE/E

In 1988, the Z24 series was replaced by the KA24 gasoline power units. It is already problematic to buy the very first modifications of the ka24e internal combustion engine in our time, since their production was discontinued in 1991 due to modernization. However, especially for several model lines intended for the European and North American markets, production is periodically resumed. Since its inception, the engine has been modified and modernized several times, which was reflected only in the power and CO level. For the rest, nothing of the in-line power unit used in the device has changed.
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Engine SR18DE

The Nissan SR18DE engine appeared in 1992 and was an evolution of the SR18Di, with multipoint multipoint fuel injection instead of single injection. It is worth noting that the engines for the Nissan Pulsar and Sunny GTI have a high power (140 hp 6400 rpm) and a Compression ratio of 10 units. Structurally, the SR18DE is almost identical to the older “brother” SR20DE. The gas distribution mechanism for SR18DE engines is driven through a chain, there are hydraulic lifters (the engine does not need to adjust the valves), the ignition system is single-circuit.
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Engine SR20DE/DET/VE/VET

The SR20DE powertrain first appeared in 1989 and received an aluminum cylinder block with dry cast iron liners. The SR20 series engines received several modifications, the most powerful of which was intended for the Nissan X-Trail GT SUV. This variant was a turbocharged version with 212-248 intake camshafts, 8.0-11.0 mm lift and 244 outlet cams and 11.3 mm lift. The reliability and durability of the 2.0 liter Nissan SR20 series engines suggests that there are no global shortcomings. Among the minor drawbacks, the floating XX (idle) and periodic breakdowns of the mass air flow sensor (mass air flow sensor) were noted.
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