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Что такое v8i двигатель

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Все запчасти, находящиеся на страницах интернет-магазина, доставляются после разборок в европейских странах, Америке, Японии, Китае. Наши менеджеры находят подход к каждому клиенту, подбирая только высококачественные силовые агрегаты.

Условия доставки и гарантийные обязательства

Купив у нас контрактный мотор на автомобиль Honda Crossroad, вы можете оформить доставку в любую точку нашей страны, забрать агрегат самостоятельно в Москве или заказать курьера. Сроки доставки по Москве составляют 24 часа, а в отдаленные города России по условиям транспортных компаний.

На все бывшие в употреблении двигатели действует гарантия, так называемый проверочный срок, в течении которого клиент имеет право на ремонт или замену некачественного агрегата.

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Характеристики двигателя:
Маркировка двигателяV8i
Максимальная мощность, л.с. (кВт) при об./мин.180 (132) / 4750
Мощность180
Тип двигателяV-образный, 8-цилиндровый, верхнеклапанный, жидкостное охлаждение
Объем двигателя3947
Тип топливаБензин Premium (АИ-98)
Максимальный крутящий момент, Н*м (кг*м) при об./мин.312 (32) / 3100

Возможны следующие варианты доставки:

  • Самовывоз: г. Москва, м.Теплый-стан
  • Транспортными компаниями по Московской области и во все регионы России, такими как «ПЭК», «Деловые линии» «КИТ», либо любой другой удобной для Вас. Оплата расходов по доставке за счет покупателя

Агрегат упаковывается в жесткую упаковку, что гарантирует его целостность и сохранность.

Варианты оплаты заказа:

  • Наличными в офисе (г. Москва, м.Теплый-стан)
  • Денежным переводом на карту или счет.

Оплата производится в два этапа:

  • При заключении договора вносится аванс 15%-20% от стоимости заказа, как гарантия оплаты транспортных расходов доставки заказа из Москвы в город заказчика;
  • оставшаяся часть суммы – вносится точно также как аванс, только по факту прибытия заказа на терминал транспортной компании Вашего региона.

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Самый динамичный Range Rover

Предлагаются дизельные, бензиновые или двигатели PHEV

  • Дизайн салона с ориентацией на водителя
  • Разгон от 0 до 100 км/ч за 4,5 секунды с 5,0-литровым двигателем V8 мощностью 575 л. с.​
  • Непревзойденная динамика вождения
  • Алюминиевый кузов
  • Третий ряд сидений как дополнительная опция

Audi

A6 C62006 — 2010
A8 D32006 — 2010

Этот мотор часто расходует масло и главной причиной служат задиры в цилиндрах

Весомая часть проблем двс связана со сбоями в работе системы прямого впрыска

После 200 000 км нередко вытягиваются цепи ГРМ, а их замена сложная и дорогая

Также часто встречается потеря герметичности пластикового впускного коллектора

К слабым местам данного двигателя относят маслоотделитель и катушки зажигания

Обзор Ауди А8 с мотором BVJ 4.2 FSI

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    Ключевые различия между двигателем V6 и V8

    Энергетические

    Камеры внутреннего сгорания используют смесь воздуха и топлива для работы двигателя. Внутри камер сгорания находятся поршни, которые движутся вверх и вниз при воспламенении топливно-воздушной смеси. Это приводит в движение коленчатый вал и колесные оси.

    Двигатель V6 имеет шесть цилиндров, а V8 — восемь цилиндров. Это означает, что V8 производит больше энергии. Мощность означает, что автомобиль ускоряется с большей скоростью. Также V8 имеет дополнительное преимущество: цилиндры расположены под перпендикулярным углом, да и мощность питания более плавная в V8.

    Экономия топлива

    Из-за наличия дополнительных цилиндров в V8 — он потребляет больше топлива, чем V6. Если вы хотели бы просто иногда ездить по городу, брать V8 было бы неэкономично. V8 также будет дороже, чем V6. Поэтому если вы хотите купить автомобиль с меньшими затратами на техобслуживание, то V6 лучше, но если вам нужна именно мощность, смело берите V8.

    Двигатели Honda / Acura Integra Type-R

    Если вы поклонник автомобилей Хонда и Акура, то этот мотор не нуждается в представлении. Знаменитый мотор B18C5 использовался в Acura Integra Type-R. Четырехцилиндровый мотор объемом 1,8 литра имел мощность 195 л.с. Примечательно, что этот силовой агрегат мог без проблем работать на максимальных оборотах которые составляли 8400 об/мин. Сегодня для двигателей VTEC такое не возможно.

    Уравновешенность

    Прежде всего, следует отметить, что среди распространенных двигателей уравновешены лишь два типа — рядные и оппозитные, причем шестицилиндровые. Моторы прочих компоновок различаются по данному показателю.

    Что касается V8, они весьма хорошо уравновешенны, а особенно варианты с прямым углом развала цилиндров и расположенными в перпендикулярных плоскостях кривошипами. Дополнительно придается плавность благодаря возможности обеспечения равномерного чередования вспышек. Такие двигатели имеют всего два неуравновешенных момента на щеках крайних цилиндров, которые могут быть полностью скомпенсированы двумя противовесами на коленвале.

    Land Rover Discovery Series 1 (1989 — 1998) used car review

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    Introduction

    Land Rover were late in recognising the potential of the mid-sized sector of the four-wheel drive market. For years, the Solihull company’s Range Rover and Land Rover products catered only for luxury sector and utilitarian buyers; if you simply wanted a spacious 4×4 for the family, you were out of luck. When it was launched in 1989, the Discovery changed all that.

    Since then, the car has consistently been one of the off-road market’s strongest sellers — which means that there are plenty to choose from for the used buyer. Few will have seen any serious off road use and all are built stoutly. It has to be a recipe for a sensible buy — doesn’t it?

    Models

    Models Covered: Series I Discovery — 1989-1994 (2.0 Stn Wagon 3 & 5dr [MPI, MPI S]/ 3.5 8cy Stn Wagon 3 & 5dr [V8, V8i, V8i S] / 3.9 8CY Stn Wagon 3 & 5dr [V8i, V8i S] / 2.5 TD Stn Wagon 3&5dr [Tdi, Tdi S]

    Facelift Series I Discovery — 1994-1998 (2.0 Stn Wagon 3 & 5dr [MPi, MPi S]/ 3.9 8cy Stn Wagon 3&5dr [V8i, V8i S, V8i XS, V8i ES] / 2.5 TD Stn Wagon 3&5dr [Tdi, Tdi S, Tdi XS, Tdi ES]

    History

    The Discovery was launched in November 1989 to universal press acclaim. The early choice was limited to the three-door bodyshell with either a 2.5-litre turbo diesel engine or a 3.5-litre V8. Over 90% of buyers then (and now) opted for diesel power — the petrol unit was prohibitively thirsty.

    The market had to wait until the autumn of 1990 before the five-door bodyshell was also made available; this came to account for the vast majority of Discovery sales. A 2.0-litre 16v petrol MPi version was announced in June 1993 (it was not to prove a great success) and, in September of that year, the old 3.5-litre V8 was replaced by the 3.9-litre V8 from the old-shape Range Rover.

    The major event in the Discovery’s history occurred in March 1994. Keen to sell the car in the United States, Rover took the opportunity to develop twin airbags. At the same time, the Sir Terence Conran designed interior was changed and modernised and the front grille given a facelift to include larger, flush-fitting headlamps. The diesel engine too, was made more refined. At the same time, a flagship ‘ES’ model with leather and air conditioning was added to the top of the range. In 1995, a new mid-range XS trim level was announced, while a run of 700 Argyll special edition versions appeared in summer 1997. At the same time, new GS trim level versions joined the range.

    The Series II Discovery range was launched in autumn 1998. There was an all-new Td5 in-line, five-cylinder 2.5-litre turbodiesel engine and a 4.0-litre V8 in place of the 3.9 — the slow-selling two-litre Mpi petrol model was dropped. Trim levels were S, GS, XS and ES.

    Much more impressive road manners came courtesy of Self-Levelling Suspension (SLS) and Active Cornering Enhancement (ACE) but these were standard only on plusher variants. Other driving aids included Four Wheel Electronic Traction Control (ETC), Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and, most notably, the Hill Descent Control (HDC) first introduced on the Freelander.

    You wouldn’t think so to look at it but not a single body panel was carried over from the previous version. There was also a new dashboard layout and much more supportive seats with the third row now forward, rather than side-facing, together with improved security, safety and nice touches like a ‘curry hook’ on which to hang your takeaways.

    What You Get

    Undisputedly the best four-wheel drive tool for heavy going. The Discovery has coil springs where many competitors have less advanced suspension set-ups. This means that it negotiates steep gullies and deep potholes with ease.

    Bear in mind too that the Discovery has permanent four-wheel drive, not the selectable systems used by most of its Japanese alternatives (who spend most of their lives in 2WD). Though this leads to extra tyre wear, it does mean that you’re always prepared for the worst.

    There’s seating for seven inside, thanks to a fold-out pair of occasional side seats in the estate compartment but note that they were not fitted to every car as standard.

    What You Pay

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    What to Look For

    Build quality on early models tended to be a little patchy, so if you’re looking in that direction, it’s best to talk to a franchised dealership so that they can weed out dubious examples for you. Sunroof leaks for example, were commonplace.

    Always insist on a full service history. Be careful too if the car you’re looking at has a towbar fitted, for this may mean that it has had a hard life dragging horse boxes out of muddy fields. The engines and the transmissions used are robust but expensive to repair if they do go wrong, so watch out for rattles and ensure that all the electrics work perfectly. Check too, that the heavy-swinging rear door has not dropped on its hinges.

    The car is a favourite target for thieves, so a good alarm and preferably an immobiliser are a must; the latter wasn’t made standard until June 1995.

    Replacement Parts

    (approx exc. VAT) A clutch assembly will be around £180, a starter motor around £200 and a radiator around £330, Brake pads will be around the £45 mark. A replacement headlamp (offside) is close to £30 and an alternator should be close to £260.

    On the Road

    Don’t expect too much here. The Second generation Discovery launched in autumn 1998 handles very well but original models roll a lot on country back roads if you try and push along. Motorway behaviour isn’t too bad — though there’s plenty of wind noise.

    In town, the car’s height makes many multi-storey carparks no-go areas (and you can’t get on Le Shuttle either).

    Overall

    Tread carefully. If you get a good one, it’s a great car.

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    1989-1998 Land Rover Discovery 1 4×4 Review

    WHAT TO LOOK FOR

    Here are our top tips on things to consider when buying a Discovery 1. Discuss prospective buys on our message boards and for the definitive view, get an LRO buying guide. See below for details.

    ENGINE

    Cracked bores. Can develop on the 3.9 V8 petrol version of the engine. Look for white exhaust smoke, gradual loss of coolant and radiator hoses that feel hard from pressure inside.

    Camshaft rattling. Expect it on start from cold, but it should stop immediately: continued rattling means camshaft and follower wear.

    Timing belt. If you’re not 100% certain when it was last changed, do it immediately. Early 300s shred timing belts due to misaligned pulleys.

    Smoke. Let the engine idle for a minute then rev it: blue smoke is oil (bore wear), while white is water, maybe caused by a cracked block.

    Head gaskets. Tend to go at about 150,000 miles.

    If you’ve got a flat spot at 2000-2500 revs and it hardly accelerates from there, the Tdi lift pump is on its way out.

    Water leaks. Behind the aluminium housing that holds the water pump is a P-shaped gasket – look for leaks. This should be changed when the water pump is changed but often it isn’t.

    TRANSMISSION

    Stiff gears. If gear selection is stiff on the initial LT77 manual gearbox (changed at 1993), it could be because someone’s filled the box with EP90 gear oil – it should be auto transmission fluid.

    Whining. Any Disco could have been used for towing, and that can work transmission components very hard. The LT77 will start to whine and feel loose when changing, while the later R380 boxes may crunch when changing into third, or on the third-to-second downchange.

    Mainshaft wear. Come on and off the accelerator, listening for slight banging and feeling for hesitation in taking up drive – though this is difficult to distinguish from other driveline wear such as propshaft universal joints and differentials.

    SUSPENSION, WHEELS AND TYRES

    Worn suspension bushes. Listen for klonks when going over uneven ground with the wheels turned. Steering may also feel a little vague and handling in corners sloppy.

    Rear radius arm bushes. Accelerate, then lift your foot off. If there’s rear-steering, they’re probably worn.

    Rusted discs. They go from the outside edges inwards, so there’s less braking area. This affects the rear more than the front; wheels may lock up. It’s not uncommon for the whole braking system to be neglected so if you’re changing discs, it makes sense to change wheel bearings at the same time.

    Check brake flexipipe deterioration, corrosion of metal pipework and chafing against the chassis.

    STEERING

    Steering wobble. Worn components can give steering wobble, sometimes made worse by worn suspension. A Disco with general wear can steer badly, and fixing just one or two components won’t solve the problem. Front swivels are often a contributing factor: DIY-able with care and patience.

    Power steering pump. Its central shaft can work forward, push the fan belt, and wear the belt prematurely – listen for the belt chirping. If a new belt tensioner doesn’t sort it out, check the pump pulley. There’s a lip on each side and the belt must be running central on the pulley. If it isn’t, you’ll need a new pump.

    Leaks. Shine a light under the front of the vehicle, looking out for leaks from power-steering components. The steering column can become stiff. Replacing the joints can improve its feel considerably, but sometimes just a squirt with 3-in-1 oil will fix things.

    ELECTRICS

    Starting problems. These are often caused by the immobilizer unit, located on top of the heater housing behind the radio.

    Other known electrical issues on the ES and ES Premium models include a jammed sunroof causing the motor to burn out, failed electric seat mechanisms and non-functioning heated seats.

    EXTERIOR, BODYWORK AND TRIM

    Rust. Front inner wings can rust spectacularly, rotting from the headlights right back through the A-post – and the rears are nearly as bad. Open the front door and shine a bright torch all the way down the A-pillar to check for rust (it’s only visible when really bad, unless you remove the plastic sill trim). Rear floors rust horribly and rot can spread to the wheelarches. When bad, even the seatbelt mounts can be pulled right off by hand. While you’re at it, look for signs of paintwork blistering and feel around the wheelarches for roughness.

    Hinge wear. Open the doors and lift at the outside edge to feel for hinge wear (especially at the rear).

    INTERNAL STRUCTURE AND INTERIOR

    Leaks. Very common on Discos. Check sunroofs, from the top of the back door, through the footwells if rusted and through rear wheel-arches.

    Seats. Fold and unfold all of them, checking for rips and stains. If the driver’s seat is like sitting in a bucket, buy a seat diaphragm – it’s held with clips.

    For detailed pricing info see the latest issue of Land Rover Owner International magazine.

    TECH SPEC

    FASTEST 0-60mph: 10.8sec, 3.9 V8i

    SLOWEST 0-60mph: 17.2sec, 300Tdi

    FASTEST top speed: 106mph, 3.9 V8i

    SLOWEST top speed: 91mph, 300Tdi

    HIGHEST POWER: 182bhp at 4750rpm, 3.9 V8i

    LOWEST POWER: 111bhp at 4000rpm, 200Tdi

    HIGHEST TORQUE: 231lb ft at 2600rpm, 3.9 V8i

    LOWEST TORQUE: 140lb ft at 3600rpm, 2.0Mpi

    BEST FUEL ECONOMY: 26mpg (combined), 200Tdi/300Tdi

    WORST FUEL ECONOMY: 16.5mpg (combined) V8

    FUEL TANK CAPACITY: 100 litres

    ■ COST OF OWNERSHIP

    CO2 EMISSIONS: n/a

    ANNUAL VED RATE: £215

    INSURANCE GROUP: 11 (Mpi), 12 (V8, Tdi)

    LEZ COMPLIANT? Yes

    WEIGHT: 1919kg (200-series V8) to 2053kg (200Tdi/300Tdi)

    LOAD SPACE: 1290 litres (to roof), 1970 litres(seats folded)

    APPROACH ANGLE: 40º

    DEPARTURE ANGLE: 32.5º

    RAMP BREAKOVER ANGLE: 149º (Tdi), 151º (V8 and Mpi).

    WADING DEPTH: 500mm

    TOWING CAPACITY (trailer with over-run brakes): 3500kg

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