Engine Volkswagen EA211 1.4 TSI TFSI

The 1.4 TSI engines of the EA211 series are equipped with a turbocharging system paired with an intercooler, which is installed in the intake manifold. Depending on the engine modification, different types of turbines are installed. The main advantage of the new series over the old one is the lower weight of the internal combustion engine and more economical fuel consumption. Continue reading Engine Volkswagen EA211 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

Engine BMW N62B48

BMW N62B48 engine has two versions. Engine displacement, power, bore and stroke are the same for both versions: the displacement is 4.8 liters (4799 cc), the bore is 93 mm, and the piston stroke is 88.3 mm. The power output of one version is 265 kW (360 hp) at 6200 rpm and torque of 500 Nm at 3400 rpm. The second version develops power of 367 hp (270 kW) at 6200 rpm and torque of 490 Nm at 3400 rpm. Continue reading Engine BMW N62B48

Engine BMW N63B44

The BMW N63B44 engine is an 8-cylinder engine from the car manufacturer BMW, replacing the BMW M60 and M62 engine series, with technical characteristics that meet the high requirements of the modern automotive industry. Designed according to the concept of “Efficient Dynamics”, which means a combination of engine efficiency and driving comfort. In the quest to create an energy-intensive and environmentally friendly engine, BMW is making confident steps, although it is not so easy to do this. Continue reading Engine BMW N63B44

Engine BMW S54B32

The BMW S54B32 engine is a more productive and high-revving version of the engine, in contrast to the S52, which was installed on the BMW M3 in the back of the E46, including the Z3M and Z4M roadsters / coupes. The BMW S54B32 engine became the best engine in the International Powertrain Competition in 2001 in the category “from 3.0 to 4.0 liters”, and every year until 2006 it was recognized as the best in this category. In 2001, he also entered the Ward’s 10 Best Engines list and remained there until the end of 2004. Continue reading Engine BMW S54B32

Engine BMW M62B46

The BMW M62 engine was released to replace the M60 and was produced from 2001 to 2003. The design is an 8-cylinder piston engine. The gas distribution mechanism in the M62B46 versions is equipped with the VANOS variable valve timing system. The pistons are cut out to the ring area. Sintered rods are highly durable and lightweight. The peculiarity of manufacturing allows you to accurately center the connecting rod body with the bottom cover. Continue reading Engine BMW M62B46

Engine BMW M62B48

The M62 engine block is aluminum and has an alum or nikasil coating on the cylinder liners, depending on the country where the car was sold. Technically, this engine is similar to the M62TUB44, but equipped with the Double VANOS system. The engine was developed by Alpina based on the M62B46. The M62B48 has a displacement of 4.8 L (4837 cc). Cylinder bore 93 mm (3,66 inch), piston stroke 89 mm (3,5 inch). Continue reading Engine BMW M62B48