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SPECS OF MK3 2E 2.0L 8V

hi to all , i need some help please
SPECS OF MK3 2E 2.0L 8V
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Ah, the elusive "2E"
Well, what exactly would you like to know?
There are lot's of "specs".
HP = 115
TQ = 122
It's an ABA engine code, and depending on the year, it's either OBDI or OBDII.
82.5mm bore and 92.8mm stroke.
8 valve head, which flows around 130-140cfm.
It goes on, and on...


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thanks JFryauff for replaying
the year printed on the engine is 1992
and i wanna swap it in my mk2 golf
please explane ( It's an (((ABA))) engine code, and depending on the year, it's either (((OBDI or OBDI)))I. )
because i am new in VW
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Read up in this post, there is all the info you could need: Link
OBDI & OBDII refer to the "On Board Diagnostics" systems mandated by the Feds...stage I and stage II. The engine management system on OBDII tracks more parameters that can lead to emissions performance problems...hence more CEL's with OBDII! Also, you cant read or reset codes on OBDII systems w/o either a scan tool or VAG computer, with OBDI you can jumper the test port and get blink code readouts and also erase stored codes. The key change to the fuel system is that unlike the OBDI cars which control idle with a separate idle air valve, OBDII cars control idle with a little servo motor that moves the main throttle plate. If (excuse me...when) the TB gets carboned up, this motor can't keep up with ECU idle commands and idle gets very rough and you get "Random Misfire" code and a CEL to tell you its time to clean the TB! Some of the internals were different as well, the OBDI ABA had a few forged internal pieces, and oil squirters...which are sought after more for forced induction applications.


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