|BMW M328 engine|
|Displacement||122 cu in (2.0 L)|
After World War II the engine was also licensed to Bristol Cars in the United Kingdom.
The M328 had an unusual valvetrain design; although the camshaft is located in the engine block, the exhaust valves are actuated by a transverse pushrod from the intake valves. This results in a valve layout similar to a DOHC engine.
With a bore of 66 mm (2.60 in) and a stroke of 96 mm (3.78 in), the displacement was 1,971 cc (120.3 cu in), the same as its M78 predecessor. Fuel supply was via three Solex "30 JF downdraft" carburetors.
|M328||1,971 cc (120.3 cu in)||59 kW (79 bhp)
@ 5000 rpm
|126 N⋅m (93 lb⋅ft)
@ 4000 rpm
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- Norbye, Jan P. (1984). BMW - Bavaria's Driving Machines. Skokie, IL: Publications International. ISBN 0-517-42464-9.
- "1937 BMW 328". www.carfolio.com. Retrieved 24 August 2017.
|straight-4||Austin/Dixi side valve||Austin/BMW side valve||3/20 OHV engine||309 OHV engine|
|*made in the Soviet Occupation Zone by Autovelo|