Volkswagen D24T engine

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Volkswagen D24T engine
Overview
Manufacturer Volkswagen Group
Production 1982–1992
Combustion chamber
Configuration Inline 6-cylinder (R6/I6) diesel engine
Displacement 2,383 cc (145.4 cu in)
Cylinder bore 76.5 mm (3.01 in)[1]
Piston stroke 86.4 mm (3.40 in)
Cylinder block alloy grey cast iron, 7 main bearings[1]
Cylinder head alloy cast aluminium alloy[1]
Valvetrain 12v, belt-driven single overhead camshaft (SOHC)[1]
Compression ratio 23.0:1
Combustion
Turbocharger Garrett T3 A/R 36/42 exhaust /intake
Fuel system Bosch mechanical distributor injection pump, indirect fuel injection[1]
Fuel type Diesel
Oil system Wet sump 6 liters capacity
Cooling system Water-cooled
Output
Power output 109 hp non intercooled
Chronology
Predecessor Volkswagen D24 engine
Successor Volkswagen D24TIC engine

The Volkswagen D24T engine is a 2.4-litre inline-six-cylinder (R6/I6) single overhead camshaft (SOHC) diesel engine, formerly manufactured by Volkswagen Group from December 1982 to July 1992.[1]

Technical description[edit]

The engine is constructed in an identical manner to the earlier Volkswagen D24 engine - but includes an turbocharger to improve performance. the engine head is modified compared to a naturally aspirated engine. The valve zone is not flat anymore but slightly hemispheric . The engine block is equipped with oil squirters(with pressure valve) for better cooling of the pistons. The pistons are modified on the skirt zone to not interfere with the oil squirters during the strokes. The injection pump (bosch VE) is adapted to the turbo system.

D24T models
ID DIN-rated max. motive power
at rpm
max. torque
at rpm
redline
(rpm)
years
[citation needed] 63 kW (86 PS; 84 bhp) @ 4,600 152 N·m (112 lbf·ft) @ 2,500 5,150 1985
1G[1] 68 kW (92 PS; 91 bhp) @ 3,400 1988–1989
DV[1] 75 kW (102 PS; 101 bhp) @ 4,300 195 N·m (144 lbf·ft) @ 2,500 1982–1992
Volvo D24T 82 kW (111 PS; 110 bhp) @ 4,800 225 N·m (166 lbf·ft) @ 2,500 5400 rpm

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