Mazda B Series Engine

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Mazda B-Series

Mazda B Series Engine

B Series Engine

by MrFamilia on Thu 22 Sep 20:56

The Mazda B-series is a small-sized, iron-block, inline cylinder with belt-driven and DOHC valvetrain ranging in from 1.1L to 1.8L. It was from front-wheel drive applications to the turbocharged full-time 4WD 323 GTX and drive Miata as well as other models. The Mazda is a non-interference design, meaning breakage of its timing belt not result in damage to valves or because the opening of the valves, the of the combustion chamber and (in some the shaping of the piston

crown allow sufficient for the open valves in any possible position.

B5 Engine

16-valve DOHC

(1,498 cc) B5D – (78.0×78.4 mm) A Japanese-only variant of the B5 with injection and revised head/intake Found in the 1989-1994 BG Familia and Laser S. Power output is (88 kW) at 6,500 rpm and 13.5 kg·m 98 lb·ft) at 5,500 rpm.[4] The Timor also used a B5D, 110 PS at 5,500 rpm and 145 Nm at without variable valve and with a 9.2:1 compression The B5D was also found in the Autozam a Japanese market version of the MX-3, where it produced (88 kW).

Later Familia ‘Interplay versions (1994 on) have a engine which produces (92 kW) at 7,000 rpm and 13.2 kg·m 95 lb·ft) at 6,000 rpm[12]


Mazda B-Series

1.8 Turbo

The BPT is a turbocharged and intercooled of the BP. It produced 180 PS (132 kW) at and 24.2 kg·m (237 N·m; 175 lb·ft) of at 4,000 rpm in JDM-spec. 95 octane European models only 166 PS (122 kW) at 5,500 rpm and (162 lb·ft) at 3,000 rpm.[4]

It featured an IHI VJ20 turbocharger, sidemount 330 cc blacktop injectors impedance). The standard BPT ecu had a boost cut at (calculated based on the air flow). The BPT of the Familia and Laser were available in 4WD models, and featured an front differential along viscous LSD centre and rear

This engine is rumoured to been installed in some MX-5 Miata models.

1.6( Mazda mx5)

(1,597 cc) B6ZE(RS) – – Developed for the Mazda (1989–93). The engine uses a 16-valve alloy head a lightened crankshaft and flywheel to a 7,200 rpm redline. An aluminum with cooling fins is an feature of this engine.

The Japanese version of the engine had a compression ratio and produced (90 kW) and 100 ft·lbf (136 N·m).

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