4 cylinders 16 valves.
Usually between 16:1 and 22:1
Depends What is the size of the bore and stroke and how many cylinders it has.
There isn't a direct correlation between displacement and horsepower. Whether the engine is two- or four-stroke, the compression ratio, the stroke, etc. will all factor into what the performance specs of the engine are.
I'd say not. I've never really done engine replacements, but from my experiences with removing gearboxes, to unbolt, secure, and then remove an engine from a gearbox, leaving the box where it is would be difficult. It would be easier, and quicker to drop it down in one piece.
Yes, it can bend valves when a timing belt breaks.
You don't the cam runs with a chain on the Duratech engines.
Saturns 91-02 are distributorless engines and therefore have no ignition timing adjustments.
Any auto parts store will have this info.
its a Mazda engine . ( DOHC 4cyl. 16 valve 2.0l ) For the probe 1993
The 95 DX came standard with the 1.8L 16 Valve DOHC. The CE and LE I believe came with the 1.6L 16 Valve DOHC.
Where are the timing marks on a 1992 Toyota Paseo 16 efi 1.5 liter engine?
about 16 degrees btdc
just had a timing belt break on 2000 accent 1.5 16 valve dohc bent 2 inlet valves
The SOHC ( IS NOT ) an interference engine ( 8 valves ) The DOHC ( IS ) an interference engine ( 16 valves ) for the 1.6 liter 4 cylinder
a 95 240sx engine is a 2.4 litre KA24DE inline four cylinder. it's a 16 valve DOHC.