Golf 2 VR6 Turbo Edel01 Sound!
Gefilmt mit Gopro 3 Black und externem Mikrofon Nikon ME1 an der
Heckscheibe außen. Ladedruck beim ersten Mal Gas geben ca 1 Bar und beim
2. Mal ca 1,6 Bar. Mehr hat der Sprit im Tank an dem Tag nicht hergegeben
:-) Tank leer ;)
Nächste Saison geht´s weiter mit neuen Reifen und mehr Videos.
Golf 3 VR6 Turbo HD 720p
VR6 engine origins date back to the eighties. At the time, the first
attempt to create a six-cylinder engine. However, it was impossible to put
under the hood of cars with front wheel drive transverse mounted engine or
inline or forking. Problem was solved by using a combination of advantages
of both structures. In this way, a motor with a cylinder placed at an angle
of 15 degrees in one block.
The use of this structure enabled the reduction in size of the engine, so
that it can be positioned laterally. The first Volkswagenami engine Passat
VR6 and Corrado were available on the U.S. market since 1991. Displacing
2.8 liters displacement had the power of 174 hp and torque of 240 Nm.
Version 2.9 l had the power to 190 hp and torque of 245 Nm. In 1992, VW has
equipped the engine has entrant Golf III. It was the first car in its class
with such a large capacity engine.
The next generation of VR6 engines were 24-valve engines manufactured since
1999. Changed their name to the V6 although structural solutions have not
changed. Models were applied in Bora 4-motion and the Golf IV 4-motion.
They had the power of 204 hp. In 2003 he established a more comprehensive
version of the VR6 - 3.2 liter, called R32 up to 250 hp.
Currently, the latest design of VR Volkswagen R36 is the engine capacity of
3.6 liters and output of more than 300 hp. Significantly changed the
structure, the angle between the cylinders is 10.6 degrees. It was
introduced for sale in 2005.
Apart from purely personal car, VR6 engines mounted in the minivan also
concern VAG - Seacie Alhambra, VW Sharan, Ford Galaxy and sister in the
Mercedes Class V, as well as the VW Transporter T4 and T5.
VR6 Engine - Explained
The Volkswagen VR6 engine has been used in the VW Golf GTI, Passat,
Phaeton, Touareg, Beetle, and many of the golf generations, among others.
The VR6 engine is a bit of combination of a "V" style engine and an inline
engine, which is where the name "VR" is derived. This video explains how
the VR6 engine works including the layout, firing interval and order,
cylinder head, intake and Exhaust
ports, valvetrain, as well as advantages and disadvantages.
Engine Balance - http://youtu.be/aonbwOxooGA
Primary Balance - http://youtu.be/9Bdc9CuBOzc
Secondary Balance - http://youtu.be/gdHQ8aTfiQQ
Straight Three Engine - http://youtu.be/Oc5_B4Qua_I
Straight Four Engine - http://youtu.be/yRWL9czmk_E
Straight Five Engine - http://youtu.be/VBUyR7xQvhY
Straight Six Engine - http://youtu.be/w5NZsc1oQpU
Boxer Four - http://youtu.be/VL69r96VfuU
Rotary Engine - http://youtu.be/umxGxsN5vQM
V6 Engine - http://youtu.be/YMoDcKXiKME
V8 Engine - http://youtu.be/1H-GWcwO4vw
V10 Engine - http://youtu.be/6hClmLhIeis
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