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Old 05-14-2003, 04:57   #1 (permalink)
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EA - ED engine specs

Lets start with the I6

3.2 EFI 92kw @ 4000rpm, 242nm @ 3250rpm
3.9 EFI 120kw @ 4250rpm, 315nm @ 3250rpm
3.9 MPEFI 139kw @ 4500rpm, 339nm @ 3500rpm
4.0 148kw @ 4500rpm, 348nm @ 3500rpm
4.0 XR6 160kw @ 4550rpm, 365nm @ 3650rpm

Compression Ratio:
All except SS, XR6 8.8:1
SS, XR6 9.01:1

Combustion Chamber Volume:
cc
3.2 57.75 - 60.25
3.9 60.95 - 63.45
4.0 62.25 - 64.75
4.0 SS, XR6 58 - 60 approx

Bore and Stroke:
Litre
3.2 91.86 x 79.30
3.9 91.86 x 99.31
4.0 92.25 x 99.31

Firing Order:
All 153642

Valve Timing:
3.2
Intake opens at 8.5deg BTDC at 0.08mm lobe lift
Intake closes at 51.5deg ABDC at 0.08mm lobe lift
Exhaust opens at 48.5deg BBDC at 0.08mm lobe lift
Exhaust closes at 11.5deg ATDCat 0.08mm lobe lift
3.9
Intake opens at 17deg BTDC at 0.01mm lobe lift
Intake closes at 63deg ABDC at 0.07mm lobe lift
Exhaust opens at 65deg BBDC at 0.07mm lobe lift
Exhaust closes at 11deg ATDC at 0.10mm lobe lift

4.0
Intake opens at 16deg BTDC at 0.01mm lobe lift
Intake closes at 56deg ABDC at 0.07mm lobe lift
Exhaust opens at 62deg BBDC at 0.07mm lobe lift
Exhaust closes at 14deg ATDC at 0.10mm lobe lift

4.0 XR6
Intake opens at 14deg BTDC at 0.07mm lobe lift
Intake closes at 66deg ABDC at 0.10mm lobe lift
Exhaust opens at 62deg BBDC at 0.07mm lobe lift
Exhaust closes at 18deg ATDC at 0.10mm lobe lift
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someones been very busy, might be handy if i ever get an ED :D
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Awesome stuff, this would be great for the site - well with EFs and V8s included at least.
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what about dimensions such as Deck Height, valve to piston clearance and how far the piston sits down the bore at TDC.
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