Renault Cléon-Alu engine

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Renault Cléon-Alu engine
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Overview
Manufacturer Renault
Production
Combustion chamber
Configuration inline-four
Chronology
Successor Renault F-Type engine

The Cléon-Alu engine, also known under the code "A engine " or "A-Type" is an automotive internal combustion gasoline engine, developed and produced by Renault in 1960. A four-stroke inline 4-cylinder design with aluminium-alloy block and cylinder-head, it was water cooled, with a 5 main-bearing crankshaft and a side-mounted chain-driven camshaft operating 8 overhead valves via pushrods and rockers. It made its debut appearance on the Renault 16..[1]

AxK[edit]

"AxK" redirects here. For other uses, see AXK.

The AxK displaces 1.5 L (1,470 cc). Applications:

AxL[edit]

The AxL displaces 1.6 L, either 1,565, 1,596, or 1,605 cc.

Applications:

AxM[edit]

The AxM displaces 1.6 L (1,647 cc).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pirotte, Marcel (1984-02-23). "Renault 11 TXE". Le Moniteur de l'Automobile (in French) (Brussels, Belgium: Editions Auto-Magazine) 35 (789): 34.