Friday, May 26, 2017
Boon Koon Group Berhad is a public listed company trading in Bursa Malaysia since 2004, for their business details, you may visit www.boonkoon.com for further information, what I'm interested now is one of their product, the Boon Koon Viflex 2.0 Van, which although not so popular, but some time you still can found it on the road as a commercial purpose vehicle.
The engine which installed in this Boon Koon Viflex 2.0, actually is a China made engine, although it is a 2.0 capacity engine, the whole engine head and block seems not so big in size, there are not much info in the internet, except an engine model code of "DLCG12" shown in the Viflex 2.0 specification introduction brochure.
The rocker cover design as such using 2pcs separate of rocker cover gasket.
And the full set gasket content seems simple and very straight forward.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
When doing Google searching, found some interesting info for sharing, actually most of us already known that the Toyota 86 (Some may call it GT86 or 86 GT) is using the Subaru FA20D engine which is use in Subaru BRZ, so when come to buying Toyota 86 engine parts, will you buying on Subaru brand or on Toyota brand?
Actually Toyota have an engine code for their 86 engine, Subaru call it FA20D and Toyota call it as 4U-GSE, and for the gasket kit part number, you may found Subaru using 10105-AB550, and Toyota is using SU003-00094.
Sound interesting, come with different brand name and part number, their content may be exactly the same, for other gasket content inside the kit set, Subaru and Toyota should be also have a list of different part number among them, anyone know that Subaru and Toyota which of them will set their gasket pricing higher?
Friday, April 28, 2017
Sometime when customer look for gasket which is not so common in our product range is quite challenging, for example if they looking for gasket for mini excavator which using Mitsubishi L3E engine.
This Mitsubishi L3E engine is mostly use in the industrial field which I think is totally not use for passenger car.
Mitsubishi L3E engine is a 3 cylinder water cool diesel engine, with 952cc capacity, with 76mm bore and 70mm stroke.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Found an interest part at the Subaru EJ20 engine rocker cover area, I think not all the EJ20 series have this part but what they call it as rocker cover oil separator, for the above diagram, check it out on 11831 and 11832.
And for this rocker cover show above, can you see the black cover on the upper left of the rocker cover?
The first diagram which show item 11831 is the above item which is the black cover you can find beside the rocker cover, and the below photo show the item 11832 which is the gasket sit between the above black cover and the rocker cover, and they call this as oil separator gasket.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
A chance to have a view on the Perodua AXIA engine head when visiting the engine rebuilding factory, in the earlier post in introducing this engine with a diagram here which we can only see the drawing on this 1KR-DE engine, how you find the drawing and the physical engine?
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Mazda LF, L3, L5 and L8 engine which can be find in model like Mazda 3, 5, 6 and CX-5, CX-7, also some new Roadster, Premacy, Axela, Atenza, MX-5 and Biante.
As the design of engine is consider under the same family of engine, the design of oil cooler seems have two type of it, one is using the plastic type of oil cooler with part number LF02-14-700 and one is the metal type of oil cooler with part number LF6W-14-700A.
With the difference type of oil cooler, their gasket also have 2 types of it, the metal oil cooler, is using the rubber seal as their gasket, and for the plastic type of oil cooler, the gasket is something like a fiber housing which having the rubber seal attached on it.
The question is this 2 type of gasket, seem share the same part number of LF8X-14-702, so is this 2 type of gasket is interchangeable in this 2 oil cooler, or the rubber seal design of gasket, which is produce after the fiber type, consider an improvement design, to let it use in this 2 type of oil cooler and supersede the fiber type gasket?
Thursday, March 30, 2017
There are quite a number of people curious what is the difference between the 1KR-FE engine which found in Toyota Passo and Daihatsu Sirion with the 1KR-DE2 engine which found in Perodua Axia in Malaysia and Toyota Agya in Indonesia.
1KR-FE engine gasket photo can be easily found in the website as it is even use in some Citroen model, and 1KR-DE2 gasket photo is hardly found in the website due to this engine may only have its present in Malaysia and Indonesia market only.
This post show the photo of the 1KR-DE2 gasket and those interested can just compare it with the 1KR-FE type that is mostly found in Google when you search for "1KR gasket" on it.