Mazda J engine
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|Mazda J engine|
Mazda 18 Valve V6 3.0 L Engine
|Displacement||3.0 L (2,954 cc)|
|Valvetrain||DOHC or SOHC 12- or 18-valve|
|Turbocharger||Only in JFT|
|Cooling system||Water cooled|
|Power output||150–203 hp (112–151 kW; 152–206 PS)|
|Torque output||165 lb⋅ft (224 N⋅m)|
The Mazda J-family are a range of 60-degree V6 engines featuring a cast-iron cylinder block and alloy heads with belt-driven DOHC or SOHC. It is Mazda's only cast-iron gasoline V6. These engines are found in the Mazda H platform-based Mazda 929, Efini MS-9, and Mazda Luce; as well as the L platform Mazda MPV and S platform Mazda Bongo. It was built at the Miyoshi Plant in Miyoshi, Hiroshima, Japan.
- 2.0 L JF - SOHC 12-valve longitudinally mounted V6.
- 2.0 L JFT - a turbocharged variant of the JF engine.
The JE is a 3.0 L (2,954 cc) SOHC 18 valve V6 used in the 1989-1998 Mazda MPV and 1988-1991 Mazda 929, and produced 150 hp (112 kW; 152 PS) and 165 lb⋅ft (224 N⋅m) of torque. A JE-ZE DOHC variant was in the 1990-1995 Mazda 929 S, producing 203 hp (151 kW; 206 PS).
- 1989-1998 Mazda MPV
- 1986-1989 Mazda 929
- 1986-1989 Mazda Luce (Japan)
- 1990-1994 Mazda 929
- 1991-1993 Efini MS-9
- 1992-1996 Kia Potentia (South Korea)
The 2.5 L J5-DE is a DOHC motor producing 159 hp (119 kW; 161 PS).