Nissan D engine

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Nissan logo.svg D engine
Overview
ManufacturerNissan Machinery
Layout
ConfigurationNaturally aspirated Inline-4
Displacement0.9–1.2 L; 52.5–72.6 cu in (860–1,189 cc)
Cylinder bore60 mm (2.36 in)
73 mm (2.87 in)
Piston stroke68 mm (2.68 in)
76 mm (2.99 in)
ValvetrainSide valve or Pushrod
Compression ratio8.0:1
Combustion
Fuel systemSingle Carburetor
Fuel typePetrol
Cooling systemWater-cooled
Output
Power output25–56 PS (18–41 kW)
Torque output48 N⋅m (35 lb⋅ft)
Dimensions
Dry weight137.5 kg (303 lb)

There were more than one engine type named Nissan D-series:

D10[edit]

The D10 was a 0.9 L; 52.5 cu in (860 cc) engine is a flat-head side valve automobile engine produced from 1952 through 1955. Bore and stroke was 60 mm × 76 mm (2.36 in × 2.99 in) in the undersquare British style. The engine is related to the Austin A-Series engine.

Output was 25 PS (18 kW) and 48 N⋅m (35 lb⋅ft) with a single carburetor.

Applications

D11[edit]

The D11 is a 1.1 L; 69.4 cu in (1,138 cc) pushrod, three main bearing, inline-four with wedge combustion chambers, and a bore and stroke of 73 mm × 68 mm (2.87 in × 2.68 in), a compression ratio of 8.0:1, and was rated at 29 PS (21 kW) at 2880 rpm (D11-PU 41-U model). It weighed 137.5 kg (303 lb). Similar to the E & J series, and Austin A series in layout, it had a gear-driven cam drive similar to the larger SD series diesels; it was used in Datsun FG003 forklifts in the 1960s and then in the NFG101C forklift in the 1970s.

Applications[edit]

D12[edit]

The D12 is a 1.2 L; 72.6 cu in (1,189 cc) version of Nissan/Datsun's D-series inline-four. Also an overhead valve design, it produces 56 PS (41 kW) at 4800 rpm.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bent, Alan. "1968 Datsun Cabstar A320". Earlydatsun.com. Retrieved 2013-12-21.