Motor FJ20ET


Kód výrobce FJ20ET (2.0)
Rodina motorů FJ
Palivo benzín
Zdvihový objem 1 991 ccm (121 cui)
Výkon motoru 140 kW (190 PS)
Válce 4 / Řadový
Počet ventilů 16
Vrtání x zdvih 89 x 80 mm
Přidal: 2006-07-26  Wally
Změnil: 2014-09-28  udm

hmotnost: 166 kg

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Rodina motorů FJ

The Nissan FJ series engine was a straight-4 DOHC 2- or 2.4 L internal combustion engine produced by Nissan in the 1980s, in 2.4 L guise as a rally motor for the 240RS, and 2.0 L for general production models. The FJ20 weighs 366 lb (166 kg); the FJ24 weighs 368 lb (167 kg). The 2.0 L variant was used in the US110 and US12 Nissan Silvia/Gazelle/Sakura, and DR30 Nissan Skyline. The 2.4 L variant was used in the Silvia based BS110 Nissan 240RS rally car. While a 1.5 L variant was designed and a prototype built, it never actually went into production[citation needed]. It is acclaimed by some as the forefather of the CA engine. While the DOHC CA head is similar, this is actually unlikely, as the SOHC CA was devised as a lightweight replacement for the L/Z series motors when the FJ first entered production, and the DOHC CA head appeared later when the RB series was released. The FJ has an aluminium head, chain driven cams, and an iron block. Turbo motors were only available in Japan and the non turbo variants were available in Japan, Hong-Kong, Australia and Europe. Datsun enthusiasts like to swap FJ engines into L or Z series powered vehicles. The FJ has similar mounting points to L/Z/KA blocks. It was discontinued in the mid 1980s due to its prohibitive cost[citation needed].It featured large ports,dual valve-springs and a wide angle bucket on shim valvetrain design similar to other (later) Nissan twincams like the VG, CA, RB, and KA, series DOHC motors and the previous S20 6 cyl DOHC motor from the early 1970s GT-R.

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