Template:Infobox engine

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This template is used in articles about engines, including, but not limited to automobile and industrial engines.

Usage

  • See the Parameters section of this document for basic explanations of what data to enter in each parameter.
  • See WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions for detailed explanations of what data to enter in certain parameters and instructions on how to correctly format the data.
  • When entering more than one data point per parameter, use the unbulleted list template {{ubl | fact one | fact two | et cetera }} to put each entry on a separate line. Do not use <br /> to create line breaks in the infobox.
  • In the infobox templates below, conversion templates have been provided for your convenience. After copying the infobox template into the article, enter the data, replacing "NNNN" with numeric entries. When entering data into the conversion template, enter digits without thousands separators; i.e. 4287 not 4,287.

Template:Parameter names example

{{Infobox engine
| name          = 
| image         = 
| manufacturer  = 
| aka           = 
| production    = 
| predecessor   = 
| successor     = 
| configuration = 
| displacement  = 
| bore          = 
| stroke        = 
| block         = 
| head          = 
| valvetrain    =
| firing        =
| compression   = 
| supercharger  = 
| turbocharger  = 
| fuelsystem    = 
| management    = 
| fueltype      = 
| oilsystem     = 
| coolingsystem = 
| idle          =
| redline       =
| power         = 
| specpower     = 
| torque        = 
| length        = 
| width         = 
| height        = 
| diameter      = 
| weight        = 
| emissions level =
| emissions control =
}}

Parameters

name
Name of the engine in the engine's original or primary market, as assigned by the entity responsible for the development of the engine (not necessarily the manufacturer of the engine)
Examples: M104 or EcoBoost or N53 or Atlas
image
Photograph of the engine, preferably in clean/as new condition, with accessories but not installed in a vehicle
See WikiProject Automobiles/Images
manufacturer
Entity responsible for the development of the engine (not necessarily the manufacturer of the engine)
designer
Person responsible for the development of the engine (this should be one or more natural persons)
aka
Other common or popular names used by the public or by the manufacturer in marketing materials
Examples: Cobra-Jet or Hemi
production
Calendar year range when the engine was produced, not the model year
Months are recommended if available, but exact dates are discouraged.
Examples: Template:Start date-Template:End date or Template:Start date-Template:End date but not Template:Start date-Template:End date.
Use {{Start date|yyyy}}-{{End date|yyyy}} or {{Start date|yyyy|mm}}-{{End date|yyyy|mm}} where yyyy is the year and mm is the numeric month.
predecessor
Name of older or previous engine that was replaced by the engine listed in the Name field of the infobox
Leave blank if this does not apply.
successor
Name of newer or next engine that replaced the engine listed in the Name field of the infobox
Leave blank if this does not apply.
configuration
Arrangement and number of cylinders or rotors
Examples: Straight-6, Flat-4, V8 or W12. See Engine configuration.
displacement
Engine displacement in litres or cubic centimeters may be used where appropriate
Use {{convert|x.x|L|cuin|abbr=on}} where x.x is the displacement in liters or {{convert|xxxx|cc|cuin|abbr=on}} where xxxx is the displacement in cubic centimenters.
Cubic inches can be used to express the displacement of engines originally engineered, designated, and marketed in cubic inches, such as pre-1980s American and pre-1974 Australian engines. When using cubic inches, use {{Auto Lrev|xxx}} where xxx is the displacement in cubic inches.
See WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions - Displacement.
bore
Measurement of the cylinder bore in millimeters
Use {{convert|xx.xx|mm|in|abbr=on}} where xx.xx is the bore in millimeters.
stroke
Measurement of the piston stroke in millimeters
Use {{convert|xx.xx|mm|in|abbr=on}} where xx.xx is the stroke in millimeters.
block
Material used to construct the engine block
Examples: cast iron or aluminum
head
Material used to construct the Cylinder head
Examples: cast iron or aluminum
valvetrain
Description of the valvetrain
Examples: DOHC, OHC or OHV
compression
Engine compression ratio
Example: 10:1
supercharger
Manufacturer, model and type of superchager if known, otherwise type of supercharger
Example of manufacturer, model and type: [[Eaton Corporation|Eaton]] R410 TVS roots type
Examples of types: Roots, Lysholm screw, Sliding vane or Scroll
Leave blank if this does not apply.
turbocharger
Number of turbochargers (single, dual, quad, etc.) and manufacturer and model if known, otherwise number of turbochargers
Example: Single [[IHI Corporation|IHI]] VF48 or Twin [[Honeywell]] GT15 or Quad [[IHI Corporation|IHI]] VN65
Leave blank if this does not apply.
fuelsystem
Fuel delivery system
Examples: carburetor, fuel injection
If carburetted, state make and model of carburetor if known.
Examples: [[Solex]] 34 or [[Weber carburettor|Weber]] 45
If fuel injected state make, model and characteristics of fuel injection system if known.
Example: [[Robert Bosch GmbH|Bosch]] [[Jetronic#KE-Jetronic (1985–1993)|KE-Jetronic]] electronically-controlled, mechanical fuel injection
management
Type of engine management system
Examples: Bosch Motronic, Digifant
fueltype
Fuel used to cause combustion or movement of the pistons
Examples: gasoline, diesel, steam etc.
oilsystem
Type of oil system
Examples: wet sump, dry sump, etc.
coolingsystem
Type of cooling system
Examples: air-cooled, water-cooled, oil-cooled, etc.
idle
Governed idle rpm i.e. the speed engine rotates under no load under minimal throttle to sustain engine functions.
redline
Redline i.e. the maximal speed engine is designed to be operated continuously at full throttle under load. Not to be confused with high idle and maximal governed RPM.
power
Engine power
For engines used in U.S. home market cars use {{convert|xxx|hp|kW|abbr=on}} where xxx is the power in horsepower (hp).
For engines used in Japanese home market cars use {{convert|xxx|PS|kW hp|abbr=on}} where xxx is power in metric horsepower (PS).
For engines used in British home market cars use {{convert|xxx|bhp|kW PS|abbr=on}} where xxx is power in brake horsepower (bhp).
For engines used in rest-of-world home market cars use {{convert|xxx|kW|hp|abbr=on}} where xxx is power in kilowatts (kW).
See WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions - Power.
specpower
Specific power
torque
Peak torque at a specified revolutions per minute (rpm)
For engines used in U.S. home market cars use {{convert|xxx|ft.lbf|Nm|abbr=on}} at yyyy rpm where xxx is the torque in foot-pounds and yyyy is the rpm.
For engines used in rest-of-world home market cars use {{convert|xxx|Nm|ft.lbf|abbr=on}} at yyyy rpm. where xxx is the torque in Newton meters and yyyy is the rpm.
See WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions - Torque.
length
Longest dimension of the engine in millimeters
Use {{convert|xxxx|mm|in|abbr=on}} where xxxx is the length in millimeters.
width
Shorter of the two length measurements of the engine in millimeters
Use {{convert|xxxx|mm|in|abbr=on}} where xxxx is the width in millimeters.
height
Maximum height of the engine in millimeters
Use {{convert|xxxx|mm|in|abbr=on}} where xxxx is the height in millimeters.
diameter
Diameter of the engine in millimeters
Use {{convert|xxxx|mm|in|abbr=on}} where xxxx is the diameter in millimeters.
Leave blank if this does not apply.
weight
Weight of the engine in kilograms
Use {{convert|xxx|kg|lb|abbr=on}} where xxx is the weight in kilograms.
emissions level
The most stringent emissions standard(s) the engine is tested to satisfy
If an engine has been certified multiple times, list the lowest and highest standard unless intermediate standards marked an important development step.
For engines used in U.S. home market cars use United States emission standards.
For engines used in EU common market cars use European emission standards.
For engines used in rest-of-world home market cars use the locally applicable standard.
emissions control
Technology employed to control emissions below target level
Examples: [[Secondary air injection|Air Injection]] or [[Exhaust gas recirculation|EGR]] or [[Catalytic converter]].

Example

Note
The data below may not reflect the actual specifications of the engine used for this example.

Template:Infobox automobile engine

{{Infobox automobile engine
| name          = BMW S65B40O0
| image         = BMW S65 Engine.JPG
| manufacturer  = [[BMW|Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW)]]
| aka           = Monster
| production    = 2007–2013
| predecessor   = [[BMW M54#S54B32|BMW S54]]
| successor     = BMW S88
| configuration = 90° [[V8 engine|V8]]
| displacement  = {{convert|3999|cc|L|1|order=flip|abbr=on}}
| bore          = 92 mm
| stroke        = 75.2 mm
| block         = [[Aluminum]]–[[silicon]] [[alloy]]
| head          = Aluminum alloy
| valvetrain    = [[DOHC]]
| compression   = 12.0:1
| supercharger  = 
| turbocharger  = 
| fuelsystem    = [[Fuel injection]]
| management    = MSS60 [[Engine control unit|ECU]]
| fueltype      = [[Gasoline]]
| oilsystem     = 
| coolingsystem = [[Water-cooled]]
| power         = {{convert|309|kW|0}}
| specpower     = 
| torque        = {{convert|400|N.m|lb.ft|0|abbr=on}}
| length        = {{convert|734|mm|in|abbr=on}}
| width         = {{convert|505|mm|in|abbr=on}}
| height        = {{convert|611|mm|in|abbr=on}}
| diameter      = 
| weight        = {{convert|147|kg|lb|abbr=on}}
}}

TemplateData

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Hello

Can you add as an addition to your layout the following engine specifications?

Listed below are specifications for a Hyundai Engine built during the 90's.

Firing Order: 1-3-4-2 Ignition Timing at idling speed: BTDC 7°± 5°/800 rpm (Limit: BTDC 10°± 5°/800 rpm'

Cylinder bore: 77.40 mm -77.43 mm Out-of-roundness and taper of cylinder bore: 0.01 mm Clearance with piston: 0.02mm - 0.04 mm

PISTON details

Piston O.D.: 77.37-77.40 mm Piston Service size: 0.25, 0.50, 0.75, 1.00 mm (0.010, 0.020, 0.030, 0.039 in.) oversize

VALVE GUIDE

Installed dimension O.D. (Intake): 14 mm (0.551 in.) Installed dimension O.D. (Exhaust): 14 mm (0.551 in.) Service size: 0.05, 0.25, 0.50 mm (0.002, 0.010, 0.020 in.) oversize

There are several more like torque specs. This would help Engine rebuilders.