BMW M57

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BMW M57
BMW M57D30TU.jpg
Overview
Manufacturer BMW
Production 1998–present
Combustion chamber
Configuration Inline-6 Diesel engine
Displacement 2497 cm3
2926 cm3
2993 cm3
Cylinder bore  
Piston stroke 80 × 82,8 mm
84 × 88 mm
84 × 90 mm
Cylinder block alloy Cast iron
Aluminum (TÜ2 onwards)
Valvetrain DOHC
Compression ratio 16,5-18:1
Combustion
Turbocharger 1 or 2 BorgWarner turbochargers with intercooler
Fuel system Common-Rail-Injection
Management Bosch DDE 5.0
Fuel type Diesel fuel
Cooling system Water-cooled
Output
Power output 120-210 kW
Torque output 350-580 N·m
Chronology
Predecessor BMW M51
Successor BMW N57
Sound of the engine in a BMW E39

The BMW M57 is a straight-6 diesel engine produced from 1998. It is produced in the upper Austrian engine plant in Steyr.

Description[edit]

The M57 is a water-cooled and turbocharged inline six cylinder diesel engine with common-rail-injection. It was revised twice during its production time. It is based on its predecessor M51. The block and the crankcase of the first M57 engines and the TÜ (Technische Überarbeitung = revision) engines are made of cast iron, TÜ2 engines are made of aluminium instead.[1] The combustion chamber was also changed in the TÜ2.[1] The injection pressure is 1350 bar[2] in the 2.5l engine, all other engines use a pressure of 1600 bar instead.[2] For fuel injection, magnetic injectors are used, except from the TÜ2 OL and TOP engines, which make use of piezo injectors.[2] The common-rail-system is made by Bosch and also controlled by a Bosch DDE 5 ECU.[3] The M57 is equipped with one variable geometry turbocharger and an intercooler, except from the M57D30TÜTOP, which has a BorgWarner KP39 high-pressure and a K26 low-pressure turbocharger.[4] The compression ratio reaches from 16,5:1 to 18:1, M57 engines with higher power output and more than one turbocharger have a lower compression ratio.[5] Every cylinder has two inlet and two outlet valves as well as two chain-driven overhead camshafts.[6]

Technical Data[edit]

Engine Bore × Stroke (mm) Displacement Power at min−1 Torque at min−1 Redline Year
M57D25 80 × 82,8[5] 2497 cm3 120 kW at 4000 350 Nm at 2000–2500 4750 min−1 2000
M57D25TÜ 130 kW at 4000 400 Nm at 2000–2750 2004
M57D30 84 × 88[5] 2926 cm3 135 kW at 4000 390 Nm at 1750–3200 1998
410 Nm at 2000–3000
142 kW at 4000 410 Nm at 1750–3000 2000
M57D30TÜ 84 × 90[3] 2993 cm3 150 kW at 4000 410 Nm at 1500–3250 2003
160 kW at 4000 500 Nm at 2000–2750 2002
200 kW at 4400 560 Nm at 2000–2250 2004
M57D30TÜ2 145 kW at 4000 400 Nm at 1300–3250 2006
170 kW at 4000 500 Nm at 1750–3000 2005
520 Nm at 2000–2750 2005
173 kW at 4000 500 Nm at 1750–3000 2007
520 Nm at 2000–2750 2007
210 kW at 4400 580 Nm at 2000–2250 2006

Applications[edit]

M57D25
M57TÜD25
M57D30
M57TÜD30
M57TÜ2D30
M57D30TÜTOP

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Andreas39 in Bimmertoday: Die BMW-Sportdiesel: Von 524td E28 über 530d E39 bis BMW M550d F10. 21. January 2012, (german)
  2. ^ a b c Aftersales Training - Produktinformation. Kraftstoffaufbereitung Diesel. Archived March 5, 2016, at the Wayback Machine. Page 4 (german)
  3. ^ a b BMW E60 - Datenblatt (german)
  4. ^ TurboNews: Das Infomagazin von BorgWarner Turbo Systems February 2004, page 9 (german)
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag Kolbenschmidt: Valve Train Components and Cylinder Heads Catalogue Page 255 onwards.
  6. ^ Slideshare: BMW M57D30 Engine

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