A straight eight engine has eight cylinders all in a stright line. In contrast a V8 engine has 8 cylinders with 4 cylinders on each side of the V formation. This produces a shorter block.
A V8 engine has eight cylinders, in a 'V' configuration, four on each side.
it depends on the size of the motor. most eight cylinders are 18436572
A 2003 Mustang GT has Eight Cylinders, and has a 4.6L engine. The 3.8L model has a 6 cylinder engine
Eight. That is where the V 8 Comes from. Meaning the cylinders are configured in a V. The V for configuration The 8 for the number of cylinders. That engine would be like a 350 ci Cubic Inch Chevy. CI Cubic Inch. Hope This Helps
There is no such firing order. That I have ever none are heard of for those numbers. So enlighten me...... a) You have EIGHT digits / No.s / Cylinders? b) you have TWO "8" digits c) you have a "9" digit............................ So there's EIGHT Cylinders and you are missing digit/No. SIX (6) in your listing ??
It can be any amount of cylinders, there are almost no cars that have stock 1000hp or more and the only one I can think of is the Bugatti Veyron which has 16 cylinders There are so many other factors that go into engine horsepower other than cylinders, Is it turbocharged, supercharged or naturally aspirated? Fuel? What is the compression ratio? You can modify an engine with only 4 cylinders to put out 1000hp if you modify it enough. Top fuel dragsters produce as much as 5000 hp from an eight cylinder engine.
The distributor may be faulty or have a crack, there may be a disconnection or a dirty connection from the distributor to the spark plug (s). The connections on the distributor may be corroded. Some where there is a break in the power train in the non-firing cylinders.
Many V6 engines have been based on V8 designs. One characteristic of these engines is a notorious odd-firing behavior. Purpose-built V6 engines use one crankpin per cylinder for a smooth ignition 120 degree ignition pattern. Most V8 engines share a common crankpin between opposite cylinders in each bank. That is, the crankshaft has just four pins for eight cylinders, and a cylinder fires every 90 degree for smooth operation. When two cylinders are "removed" for a V6 variant, the firing order becomes uneven. One 90 degree ignition is removed, so the engine fires at 90 degree, 90 degree, 90 degree, and skips one 90 degree. This leads to a rough idle and increased stress on the engine mounts and chassis.
Usually there are either four, six or eight cylinders.
The firing order of a 3.6 liter engine, in a 2007 Cadillac CTS, is one, eight, two, seven, three, six, four, five. The firing order is different for a V-6.
In an internal combustion engine there is one piston per cylinder. Most automobiles have between four and eight cylinders and therefore between four and eight pistons.
The firing order for your 1987 Cadillac Deville 4.9 liter engine is one, eight, seven, two, three, six, four, five. The firing order can be found in the back of the owners manual.
Staying with the same size, you can only get a certain amount of power out of each cylinder. if you want more power you either have to make the cylinder bigger, or get more cylinders. Since a bigger cylinder will deliver its power very jerkily, more cylinders are a better option.
The 2000 Ford 4.6 liter engine firing order is; two, seven, one, eight, three, six, four, five. The firing order can be found in most Ford service manuals.
Obviously 16v. The number in the name is the amount of cylinders, while the "v" is the engine configuration. So 16v is better because it has 2 times as many cylinders. Usually when the "V" is after the number it refers to the number of valves not cylinders. So a V8 16v could mean an eight cylinder v configuration with 16 valves.
The firing order of an eight-cylinder engine depends on the design. Firing orders include: * 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 * 1-5-4-8-7-2-6-3 * 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 * 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3 and more.
One has six cylinders and the other has eight cylinders.
can be, starter bolt holes,bellhousing holes.
The engine cylinders / spark plug locations are numbered : passenger side , front to rear , 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 drivers side , front to rear , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 The spark plug firing order is ( 1 - 3 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 8 ) for the 4.6 L and 5.4 L V8's
from belt end to right, in front is 1-3-5. and in back is 2-4-6 cylinders. firing order is 1-6-5-4-3-2. coils are 6-3-2-5-4-1
The spark plug firing order for the 5.0 L ( 302 cubic inch ) V8 in a 1993 F150 is : 1 - 5 - 4 - 2 - 6 - 3 - 7 - 8 The distributor rotor turns COUNTER CLOCKWISE The marked # 1 position on the distributor cap is installed facing the rear and slightly towards the drivers side of the engine The spark plug / engine cylinders are numbered 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 from front to rear on the passenger side of the engine and 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 from front to rear on the drivers side of the engine