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Ford V6 2.5-Litre Gasoline Engine Design Benchmark Report


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A detailed design benchmarking study of the Ford V6 2.5L gasoline engine.

Product Description

This 2001 report covers a detailed design benchmarking study of the Ford V6 2.5L gasoline engine and includes a photographic record of all the main components, plus individual masses and dimensions. Ricardo comments on specific design features are also included.

The engine is completely new and designed for world-wide markets. It is manufactured in Cleveland, Ohio, in the USA. In Europe it is fitted in the Ford Mondeo, and in the Contour/Mystique in the USA. It is installed transversely in the Mondeo. It is coupled with a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission.

The 2.5L Duratec V6 engine went on sale in Europe in September 1994. The name “Duratec – VE” is derived from Durable Technique V Engine. It was initially installed in the flagship version of the Mondeo and was intended to keep Ford a front runner in the competitive high quality V6 engine market, particularly in Germany

Maximum power of this engine is 125kW at 6250rpm with a maximum torque of 220Nm at 4250rpm.

Main features:

  • Cylinder Block, Cylinders, Crankcase and Main Bearing Structure
  • Crankshaft
  • Connecting Rod, Bearings
  • Piston, Pin and Rings, Cylinder Head and Ports
  • Camshafts, Valve Train and Cam Cover
  • Inlet, Exhaust and Emission Control System

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