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Wwo двигатель что это

маркировка двигателей vw passat B3 В4

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    RF 72л.с./53кВт (04.88-07.89) карб
    EZ 75л.с./55кВт (04.88-09.91) карб
    1F 75л.с./55кВт (08.88-07.90) моновпрыск

    AAM 75л.с./55кВт (07.90-12.96) моно
    RP 90л.с./66кВт (04.88-07.91)моно
    ABS 90л.с./66кВт (08.91-09.94)моно
    PF 107л.с./79кВт (04.88-07.90) впрыск
    PB 112л.с./82кВт (04.88-07.90)впрыск
    PG 160л.с./118кВт (08.88-07.93)впрыск + компрессор G60

    1.8 16v
    KR 136л.с./100кВт (04.88-07.92) К-джетроник
    PL 129л.с. К-джетроник

    2E 115л.с./85кВт (03.90-09.94) впрыск , дигифант
    AGG 115л.с. впрыск , симос
    ADY 115л.с впрыск, симос

    9A 136л.с./100кВт (04.88-10.93)
    ABF 150л.с.

    2,8 AAA 174л.с./128кВт (06.91-12.96) мотроник
    2.9 ABV 184л.с.

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    #2 Nikpo

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    #4 MustangGT

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    #6 Schmitt

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    Так я и АБФ вписал уже . Щас тему отредактирую , точнее название.

    Лучше бы конечно такие данные в теме фото моторов разместить.

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    #8 MustangGT

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    тема B3-B4

    а еще только synchro и только 6 мкпп

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    #9 Schmitt

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    тема B3-B4

    и только 6 мкпп

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    и только 6 мкпп

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    #11 марат

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    #13 MustangGT

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    её как-бы отредактировали..а почему не 7?

    Так с технической стороны вопроса все эти моторы хороши, только впрыски устарели давно.
    Есть правда небольшой минус 9А — это цепь между валами . Вот если бы как у «япошек» , шестерни .

    A European-spec ‘ABV’ 2.9 litre VR6 in a Volkswagen Corrado
    The Volkswagen Group VR6 engine was introduced in Europe by Volkswagen in 1991, in the Passat and Corrado; and in North America the following year. The Passat, Passat Variant (estate/wagon), and U.S.-specification Corrado used the original 2.8 litre design; the European-specification Corrado and the 4WD Passat Syncro received a 2.9-litre version with 140 kilowatts (190 PS; 188 bhp). This version also had a free flowing 6 centimetres (2.4 in) (2.5 in) catalytic converter, sharper camshafts, 4-bar (58 psi) fuel pressure regulator, enlarged inlet manifold, and larger throttle body.It was also sold to Mercedes Benz for use in their vans, and designated as M104.900.
    The 2.9-litre engine, as destined for the Corrado, was originally designed to benefit from a dual-tract variable-length inlet manifold — called the VSR (German: «Variables SaugRohr»), and made by Pierburg for Volkswagen Motorsport. This gave extra low-down torque, but was deleted before production on cost grounds, and was instead offered as an aftermarket option. This design was later sold to Schrick, who redesigned it and offered it as the Schrick VGI («Variable Geometry Intake»).
    In 1992, with the introduction of the Volkswagen Golf Mk3, a six-cylinder engine was available for the first time in a lower-midsize segment hatchback in Europe. North America waited until 1994 to receive this engine; at the same time, the European model started to use the 2.9-litre in the VR6 Syncro model. The corresponding Vento/Jetta VR6 versions appeared in the same years.
    Volkswagen Group removed a cylinder from the VR6 in 1997 to create the VR5 (aka ‘V5’), the second block to use an uneven number of cylinders in a Vee design after the Honda V3 triples of MotoGP fame. This version, which had a 2.3-litre capacity, was capable of 110 kilowatts (150 PS; 148 bhp), and had a maximum torque of 210 newton metres (155 lbf·ft). It was introduced in the Passat in 1997, and the Golf and Bora in 1999.
    Further modifications were added to the design in 1999, with the introduction of the 24-valve 2.8-litre VR6. This engine produced 150 kilowatts (204 PS; 201 bhp), and 265 newton metres (195 lbf·ft) of torque. The new version was not available in the Passat (as it was incompatible with the then-current generation’s longitudinal engine layout), but was introduced as the range-topper in the Golf and Bora for European markets. The VR6 name was dropped as a commercial designation, [ citation needed] and the 4WD system (now renamed 4motion) became standard on the V6 (VR6) in Europe. The corresponding multi-valve V5 was only released in 2001, with a 20 PS power increase, to 125 kilowatts (170 PS; 168 bhp). The multi-valve V6 (VR6) was introduced in North America in 2001 aboard the T4 Eurovan, producing 150 kilowatts (204 PS; 201 bhp), and in the GTI in 2002 (where it retained the VR6 name).
    In 1999, an updated 12-valve VR6 model was released for the North American market A4-platform Golf Mk4/GTI/Jetta product line. This new VR6 improved performance via updated camshafts, variable geometry intake manifold, an increased compression ratio of 10.5:1, and updated emissions equipment. Power increased to 130 kilowatts (177 PS; 174 bhp) at 5,800 rpm, while torque increased to 245 newton metres (181 lbf·ft) at 3,200 rpm. This engine option was available from 1999.5—2002, when it was replaced by the 24-valve engine.
    In 2001, the VR6 was enlarged to 3.2 litres, to create a limited-production, high-performance, 168 kilowatts (228 PS; 225 bhp) version of the New Beetle called Beetle RSi. The Beetle RSi was the first production vehicle to use the 3.2 litre 24-valve VR6 engine. [ citation needed] This engine was later used in the Mk4 Golf R32, and was also introduced in the original Audi TT. According to Volkswagen Group, these variants produced 184 kilowatts (250 PS; 247 bhp) in TT trim (engine ID code: BHE), and 177 kilowatts (241 PS; 237 bhp) in R32 trim (engine ID code: BFH/BML).
    The then range-topping 3.2-litre VR6 was later used in the current Audi A3 and the Mk5 Golf R32.
    In 2005, the European market version of Volkswagen’s sixth generation Passat, now with a transverse engine layout, went on sale with a revised version of the 3.2-litre VR6 as its top-spec engine. For North America, the Passat received a new 3.6-litre VR6 with a narrower 10.6 degree cylinder angle, producing 206 kilowatts (280 PS; 276 bhp). These revised 3.2 and 3.6 feature Fuel Stratified Injection (FSI). This new 3.2 FSI VR6 develops 184 kilowatts (250 PS; 247 bhp) at 6,250 rpm, and 330 newton metres (243 lbf·ft)at 3,000 rpm. [1] The introduction of the Passat VR6 also marked the first time a VR6 powered vehicle was made available in North America before Europe.
    The Passat R36, available from early 2008, received an uprated version of the 3.6 FSI VR6 engine, with 220 kilowatts (299 PS; 295 bhp) at 6,600 rpm and 350 newton metres (258 lbf·ft) at 2,400 rpm, standard 4motion four-wheel drive, and standard Direct-Shift Gearbox (DSG). [2]
    The first generation Porsche Cayenne base model is powered by a 3.2-liter VR6 engine producing 250 hp (190 kW); modifications in the exhaust manifold allow power to peak at 6700 rpm. This is the same 3.2-liter motor found on a Volkswagen Touareg and Volkswagen R32.

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