Engine Volkswagen EA113 1.8T

Before us is a modified version of the well-known naturally aspirated 1.8-liter four-cylinder VW engine, the main innovation of which was the use of turbocharging. The cylinder head in the engine uses a 20-valve, 5 valves per cylinder, with a variable valve timing system on the intake shaft. There are hydraulic lifters so you don’t need to adjust the valves to 1.8T. The timing belt uses a belt, which should be changed every ~ 60,000 km; if the belt breaks, the motor will bend the valve. Continue reading Engine Volkswagen EA113 1.8T

Engine Volkswagen EA111 1.2 TSI / TFSI

The 1.2 TSI engine is a representative of the EA111 segment in many ways resembles the 1.4 TSI. However, the main distinguishing feature is the cylinder head modification. The 1.2 TSI version has an aluminum cylinder block with wet cast iron liners. The diameter of the piston group has been reduced to 71 mm (originally this figure was 76.5 mm). Continue reading Engine Volkswagen EA111 1.2 TSI / TFSI

Engine Volkswagen EA111 1.4 TSI TFSI

The turbocharged internal combustion engines of the EA111 model (1.2 TSI, 1.4l TSI) began to be installed on the cars of the VAG concern back in 2005. These internal combustion engines have a wide range of various modifications, and have replaced 2.0-liter four-cylinder aspirated engines. The very first engine in this lineup was a 1.4l TSI turbocharged internal combustion engine. Continue reading Engine Volkswagen EA111 1.4 TSI TFSI

Engine Volkswagen EA827 1.6

The EA827 1.6L engine was developed back in 1985. It was a block with a short-stroke crankshaft of 77.4mm and cylinder diameters of 81mm. Engine with one camshaft and eight valves in the cylinder head (SOHC 8V). The engine versions with injection technology on the intake shaft were equipped with a variable valve timing system. Adjustment of valve clearances on this engine is not necessary, because there are hydraulic compensators in the motor design. Continue reading Engine Volkswagen EA827 1.6