V-configuration engines were designed because they are compact and can be lightweight. A inline 6 cylinder for instance requires more room because of its length; a V6 can be shorter and therefore lighter, more compact and more powerful. V engines also allow cylinders to be close together so they can share rod journals, which also saves weight.
v8 because it has more cylinders which means more horsepower, but there are other engines that are more powerful than a v8. they are v10 and v12
v6 v8 v10
To my knowledge, no past or current BMW model has ever had a V6 engine. BMW has used V8's, V10's, and even V12's but no V6. However, BMW is thinking of putting a V6 into their new M3 model, since they are downsizing from a V8. They will more likely use a straight six with some sort of turbo I believe.
It's a front engine V12.
Every single lamborghini has more than a V8 engine. Regular lamborghinis have a V10 or V12.
ford uses duratec motors for there 4 cylinders and V6 engines. They go through the popular Triton for there V8 and V10 engines. and obviously ford uses the powerstroke deisle motor.
If a v6 or v8, yes. V10 or diesel, no.
The V refers to the shape of the engine - the cylinders are arranged in a V shape, if you were to look at the engine from its front (note that some engines are mounted transversely, so their fronts may point to the side of the vehicle). The number denotes the number of cylinders. A V6 is a V shaped six cylinder (3 cylinders in each bank of the V). A v8, v10, and v12 should be self explanatory after that. Volkswagen makes a W12, which is composed of two connected V6s.
B1S1means...B1 means the side of the V6,V8,V10 engines where is situated the number 1 cylinder. B2 means the other side of the V6, V8, V10 engine. On straight line engine they only use B1. S1 means the sensor upstream or before the catalyst converter and S2 means the sensor after the catalytic converter.
3.9 V6, 5.2 V8, 5.9 V8, 8.0 V10, or 5.9 diesel
6 quarts w/ filter change * for the GASOLINE engines ( 4.2 liter V6 / 4.6 and 5.4 V8's / 6.8 V10 )
3.8L V6, 4.4L V8, 5.0L V8, 5.7L diesel V8
yes you can get the hemi as an option. The available engines are 2.7L V6, 3.5L V6, 5.7L V8(Hemi) and 6.1L V8 (Hemi)
Some of the types of engines that are available in a pre owned BMW 7 series are: 6.0L V12, 4.4L V8, 3.4L L6, 5.0L V12, 5.4L V12, 4.4L V8, and a 3.2L L6. It just depends on what year you are wanting to get.
You could get a 305 V8, 350 V8 and V6 ;; your mom needs chapstick
V6 and V8 have 1 V10 has 2
Gasoline. Same as most V6's V8's and other engines.
It will be the driverside head on V8 or V6 engines.
I'll give you every Ford truck engine in production today and what should be in production from Ford in the future. CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION F150 - 4.6L 2-valve V8, 4.6L 3-valve V8, 5.4L 3-valve V8, 6.2L 'Boss' V8 (6.2L V8 is only available for the SVT Raptor.) F250 - 6.2L 'Boss' V8, 6.7L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8 F350 - 6.2L 'Boss' V8, 6.7L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8, 6.8L Triton V10 (6.8L V10 only available to chassis cab trucks.) F450 - 6.7L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8, 6.8L Triton V10 (6.8L V10 only available to chassis cab trucks.) F550 - 6.7L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8, 6.8L Triton V10 (6.8L V10 only available to chassis cab trucks.) WHAT MAY BE IN PRODUCTION FOR THE FUTURE F150 - 3.7L Ti-VCT V6, 3.5L EcoBoost V6, 5.0L Ti-VCT V8, 6.2L 'Boss' V8 Everything else listed above will be produced for the future.
No, there never has been a V6 Corvette The 1953 through '55 model years had inline 6-cylinder engines. V8 engines (265 cu. in.) were an option for 1955. From 1956 through today, all Corvettes have had various V8 engines from the factory.
4.2 liter V6 , 4.6 liter and 5.4 liter V8 engines
Automatics With a V6 it had the 42rh, V8 it had the 46rh, V10 and Diesel it had the 47rh Manuals where the nv3500 and nv4500
V8 and V6 engines generally have 4
v8, to many reasons to state though
Basically this means that an oxygen sensor in bank 1 detected a rich condition (too little oxygen in the exhaust). On V6/V8/V10 engines, Bank 1 is the side of the engine that has cylinder #1.