Mercedes-Benz M136 engine

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Mercedes-Benz M136
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Overview
ManufacturerDaimler-Benz
Production1935–1955
Layout
ConfigurationInline 4
Displacement1.7 L (1,697 cc) (1935-1950)
1.8 L (1,767 cc) (1950-1955)
Cylinder bore73.5–75 mm (2.89–2.95 in)
Piston stroke100 mm (3.94 in)
Block materialCast iron
Head materialAluminum
ValvetrainSide valve
Compression ratio6.5:1
Combustion
Fuel systemSolex carburetor
Fuel typeGasoline
Cooling systemWater-cooled
Chronology
SuccessorM121

The Mercedes Benz M136 Engine was a 1.7 L (1,697 cc) inline-four engine introduced by Mercedes-Benz in 1935 for its new W136 sedan. It was initially used in the W136 170 V.

It was enlarged to 1.8 L (1,767 cc) in 1950 and installed in the W191 170 S variants, and remained in production until 1955, when it was replaced by the 1.9-litre single overhead camshaft inline-4 M121.

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