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Volkswagen 2E engine

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Volkswagen 2E
Engine
Manufacturer Volkswagen
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Type Petrol
Production/Introduction produced/introduced from when to when
Status Discontinued
Displacement 1984 cc
Aspiration Naturally aspirated
Configuration In-line 8 valve SOHC
Cylinders 4
Fuel System Electronic multi-point fuel injection
Lubrification indicate the engine's type of lubrification
Output 85 kW @ 5400 rpm
166 Nm of torque @ 3200 rpm
Bore in inches
Stroke in inches
Compression 10.4:1
In. Valves in inches
Ex. Valves in inches
Firing Order Firing order of cylinders
Left Bank Write which cylinders are in this bank (write N/A if it it is inline)
Right Bank (same as above)
Length in inches
Diameter in inches
Width in inches
Height in inches
Dry Weight lbs. / kg.
Fuel Consumption city/highway (mpg & km/L)
Emission/s CO: g/km
CO2: g/km
NOx: g/km
Hydrocarbon: g/km
Particulate: g/km
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