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Video Cylinder Head 1
Video Cylinder Head 2
Video Cylinder Head 3
Video Cylinder Head 4
Video Cylinder Head 5
Video Cylinder Head 6
Video Cylinder Head 7
Video Cylinder Head 8
Video Cylinder Head 9
Video Cylinder Head 10
Video Cylinder Head Repair
Video Cylinder Head Gasket

Video Exchange of Gases
Video Comb. Chamber Shape
Video Cam
Video Camshaft
Video Adjustable Camshaft 1
Video Adjustable Camshaft 2
Video Adjustable Camshaft 3
Video Cambelt
Video Cambelt (assembly)
Video Camshaft Timing Chain
Video Camshaft Timing Chain
Video Upright Shaft
Video Timing Diagram
Video Valves
Video Valve drive
Video Natrium Cooled Valve
Video Valve Spring
Video Valve Stem Guide
Video Valve Seat
Video Valve Seat Angle
Video Valve Stem Sealing
Video Valve Overlap
Video Valve Play Adjustment
Video Valve Contr. (desmo.)
Video Hydraulic Lifter
Video Operating Valves
Video Var. Valve Timing 1
Video Var. Valve Timing 2
Video Var. Valve Lift 1
Video Var. Valve Lift 2
Video Drawrod Engine

Video Engine Control 1
Video Engine Control 2


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Valve Train







All parts of the valve train without camshafts

Here the parts of the valve train are displayed one by one, without camshafts for a double overhead camshaft four cylinder engine. The inlet side (see down part of the picture) is identical to the outlet side (see upper part of the picture), except for the valves and valve springs. Completely outside, the hydraulic tappets which have undergone meanwhile a substantial miniaturization. They form the centres of rotation on which the roller cam followers (further inside) support themselves. Thus they do not belong to the moved masses.

Fully assembled, the parts can be seen here.

Take a look at the rear valve row in the enlargement. Their plates are a little bit smaller and clearly chrome plated, protecting them better against heat. In addition, the furthest left exhaust valve is cut open, pointing out the possibility of a sodium filling. This lowers the temperature by 100C and more. 06/08



Valve train










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