Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Toyota 1G Rocker Cover Gasket

Toyota 1G engine have quite a variant also, their rocker cover gasket have at least 4 to 5 types of different variant depend on the engine is 1G-EU, 1G-FE, 1G-GEU, 1G-GZEU and 1G-GTEU.

The photo shown a 1G-GEU rocker cover gasket which also having 2 different type, one is with the bolt holes on it and one without the hole.

The type which with holes on it is consider rare model in Malaysia market which can found in Celica GS71, GX71 and GS126.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Toyota 2TG Full Set Gasket

Toyota 2TG (Or some put it as 2T-G) engine is the engine develop in the early 1972~, the engine code in the same variant have 2T-G, 2T-GR and 2T-GEU.

The model comprise of Carina, Celica and Cresta for model code like TA22, TA23, TA27, TE27, TE27B, TE37, TE47 and TE71, where the capacity of engine is 1,588cc.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R Cylinder Head Gasket

It is quite interesting to find some 4 cylinder sport bike motorcycle gasket info when I googling for Suzuki gasket info. I found that this Suzuki Hayabusa GXS1300R model cylinder head gasket is very similar like those use in passenger car.

For any info on this motorcycle model, you may find it in this link

In the Wikipedia info, it is stated that the engine is actually a product from Keihin/Denso.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Peugeot 407 2.0 Top Set Gasket

Another posting on an outsourcing gasket for customer, a Peugeot 407 2.0 DOHC 16V Top Set Gasket, under the engine code of EW10J4, under the Peugeot model, seem the 206, 307, 406, 407, 607, Expert, 806 and 807 in the 1,997cc range.
It is also found in Citroen C4, C5, C8, Evasion, Jumpy, Xsara Picasso.
And the same engine also can be found in Fiat Scudo and Ulysse.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Happy Chinese New Year!

Wishing all having a prosperous and happy Chinese New Year celebration, stay healthy and wealthy.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Internal Combustion Engine Fight Back?

Despite its major push into electric cars, Mercedes-Benz is spending billions on developing new, more efficient internal combustion engines. The next-generation engines will start making their way into the automaker’s lineup here in the United States from 2017, with the first recipient to be an updated S-Class.

The new engines are based on a modular design where each cylinder has a 0.5-liter displacement. There will be 4-, 6- and 8-cylinder units in this modular family. Crucially, the 6-cylinder engines will feature an inline configuration.
“More powerful, more economical and cleaner—the new modular family of engines from Mercedes-Benz offers the right powertrain for every vehicle,” R&D boss Thomas Weber said in a statement.
The improvements aren’t from traditional means such as reduced friction, cylinder deactivation and more precise fuel injection. Rather, they’ve come from some pretty advanced technologies, as far as internal combustion engines are concerned. The list includes electric compressors, integrated starter-generators, 48-volt electrical systems, and gasoline particulate filters.
4-cylinder engines
We’ve already had a look at Mercedes’ next-generation 4-cylinder engines, which feature a 2.0-liter displacement and conventional inline-4 design. They’ve already started appearing in some diesel models overseas. They are lighter and more compact to predecessor units, thanks mostly to aluminum construction.
They also get a 48-volt belt-driven starter generator (RSG) that replaces the traditional start motor and generator (commonly referred to as an alternator). The more powerful setup compared to a conventional starter motor makes the engine start more smoothly, which is important for start-start applications. The RSG can also aid the engine during high-load situations and can recapture engine more efficiently. It also enables coasting with the engine switched off.
The new inline-4 engines are capable of delivering approximately 134 horsepower per liter of displacement, meaning a potential peak output of around 268 hp.
6-cylinder engines
As mentioned earlier, the 6-cylinder engines adopt an inline-6 configuration, with a 3.0-liter displacement. They also benefit from electric compressors and an integrated starter generator (ISG). Audi was the first with an electric compressor, launching the technology in 2016 in the SQ7 TDI. Electric compressors, as the name suggests, relies on an electric motor to spin a compressor wheel and help supply boost pressure for turbocharged engines at low rpm. The electric compressor accelerates to 70,000 rpm within 300 milliseconds, ensuring an extremely spontaneous reaction from the engine. The result is strong engine response with no turbo lag.    
The ISG is similar to the RSG but even more powerful. Instead of a standard starter and generator, the ISG replaces these with a single, powerful starter generator sandwiched between the engine and transmission. The starter generator can now assist the internal combustion engine, for example when moving off the line or under high-load situations, and under braking it can recover energy. This recovered energy can be used not only for aiding acceleration but also to power ancillary features such as the air conditioner, engine cooling systems, and in-car entertainment systems.
Mercedes says the ISG can add a 20 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque boost during high-load situations. The automaker boasts that the overall result is a 6-cylinder that offers the performance of an 8-cylinder. No numbers have been confirmed but Mercedes says to expect over 408 hp and 368 lb-ft.
8-cylinder engines
Mercedes’ new 8-cylinder engines are essentially tamer versions of the familiar twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 developed by Mercedes-AMG. The engines replace Mercedes’ existing 4.7-liter V-8s and should deliver over 476 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque for cars with "550" trim.
The key improvements here are lower displacement and cylinder deactivation. The latter relies on the interplay between engine control and actuators on the cylinder head, with the engine able to “switch off” four cylinders during low load situations by leaving the intake and exhaust valves (for cylinders 2, 3, 5 and 8) in a closed position. At the same time, the fuel supply and ignition are deactivated, so that no unburned mixture is left in the deactivated combustion chamber.
As mentioned, the next-generation engines, at least for the U.S. market, will appear in an updated S-Class.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Suzuki LJ50 Full Set Gasket

Another old stock in store found during doing a little bit of stock checking, this Suzuki model of gasket, when check in the catalog, it show engine code of LJ50 and LJ55 which dated to year 1972, this 3 cylinder 539cc engine is using on the old Suzuki Jimmy 550 and Carry 550.

The range of model include LJ50V, SJ10, ST10, ST11, ST10VB, ST10VF, ST20, ST20VB, ST20K, ST20V, ST30, ST30VB, ST30K and ST30V.