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NEW Long block closed for VW, Audi, Seat 2.0 TDI DJG DJGA

NEW Long block closed for VW, Audi, Seat 2.0 TDI DJG DJGA

10018105

New, closed engine long block with motor control and high pressure pump.
The valve cover shown is for transport only.

€4,141.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
NEW Dipstick + Tube + Sealing VW Audi 1.9 TDI 038103663C 038115611B GENUINE

NEW Dipstick + Tube + Sealing VW Audi 1.9 TDI 038103663C 038115611B GENUINE

10012805

The article is new and has been dismantled from a new engine.

No original packaging. The item was originally wrapped in a non-retail packaging.

€16.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
sold out
Used Crankcase Opel Antara Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 CDTI Z20S engine shortblock

Used Crankcase Opel Antara Chevrolet Captiva 2.0 CDTI Z20S engine shortblock

10002008

Used Crankcase for Opel Antara and Chevrolet 2.0 CDTI

€382.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
€273.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
sold out
NEW Block engine block Audi 80 1.9 TD AAZ longitudinal installation 028103021AP

NEW Block engine block Audi 80 1.9 TD AAZ longitudinal installation 028103021AP

10011641

The engine block is new

longitudinal installation

Free deposit !! You do not need to send us back your old part!

€252.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
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Engine block for conversion for Audi VW 1.9 2.0TDI ARL / AWX / AVF / ATD / AJM / BSW

Engine block for conversion for Audi VW 1.9 2.0TDI ARL / AWX / AVF / ATD / AJM / BSW

10005012

NEW Engine Block (Cylinder size 81,01 mm) Original naked for Audi, Seat, VW 2.0 TDI 8V Pump Nozzle

New ORIGINAL engine block from Audi extra rebuilt + 100cc !!!

All parts fit your engine but other pistons must be used. The required pistons should have a diameter of 81.01mm and be suitable for the 2.0 TDI 8V pump-nozzle engine.

The matching piston set (consisting of 4x new pistons with rings and bolts) can be purchased with us for an additional 400, - Euro incl tax.

€581.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
Dipstick Original VW Volkswagen 1.8 TSI 06K115610E 06K115611D CPKA CPRA

Dipstick Original VW Volkswagen 1.8 TSI 06K115610E 06K115611D CPKA CPRA

10008259

New Dipstick Original VW Volkswagen 1.8 TSI 06K115610E 06K115611D CPKA CPRA

new article

€26.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
NEW Engine block for Mercedes Benz L Unimog MB Trac OM352 OM353 OM366

NEW Engine block for Mercedes Benz L Unimog MB Trac OM352 OM353 OM366

10018402

With some engine variants it is necessary to replace the side pushrod chamber cover

No original packaging. The item was originally packaged in non-retail packaging.

€1,465.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
limited quantity remaining
Short Block for Suzuki Renault Nissan 1.5 K9K

Short Block for Suzuki Renault Nissan 1.5 K9K

10002466

Short Block uded for Renault Nissan 1,5 DCI Vehicles K9K.

Please inform the vehicle data when ordering. But we all have in stock!

€393.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
available
€1,947.00VAT incl.
plus shipping and handling
limited quantity remaining

Where do we get our engine blocks from?

There are different possibilities how an engine block finds its way to us. On the one hand, we buy new engine blocks. These were never installed or ran. On the other hand, we regularly get engines back as deposit items. That means if a customer has an engine failure and buys a new engine from us, we get the damaged one back.

When a motor comes to us, it goes through a sequence of work steps. First we have to dismantle the unit. The engine block is cleaned so that nothing is overlooked during the following test. After the test, the engine block is then drilled, honed, planned, painted and mounted on an assembly table (engine block tables).

 

How do we clean the engine block?

The engine blocks that we get back as a deposit are often very dirty. The dismantled engine block is washed in our washing facility with a special detergent at approx. 90 ° C. This is how we remove any dirt and oil residues that are still on the block.

 

How do we test an engine block?

To make sure that we only use intact engine blocks in our engines, every block is checked for cracks and wear. checked. We take a close look at every block. If we suspect a crack in the engine block, it will be pulled off.
For printing, the openings of the engine block are closed and the block is sunk in a water bath. Before printing, the water bath is heated to approx. 90 ° C and the block is filled with compressed air. If air escapes anywhere, the engine block is defective and will be rejected.
If the block is perfect, it will be given for planning and honing.

 

When is an engine block drilled?

If a cylinder is so damaged due to wear, a piston seizure or a piston tipper that honing would no longer be sufficient, the cylinder will be removed up to 1/10 mm from the gauge block. drilled out. So the cylinder gets oversized.
If that is not enough, the cylinder will be drilled out further and a cylinder liner inserted. This guarantees the old stability of the engine block and the smooth running of the pistons.

 

What should be considered when honing the engine block?

Honing is the process of grinding the piston raceways. During honing, the motor bracket is clamped in the honing machine. Using a lubricant, the cylinder liners are ground or honed with the honing glasses and special linings. This creates a roughness in the cylinders, which guarantees an optimal running of the pistons. Pay attention to the exact angle of the grinding marks. Otherwise the piston will pull too much or too little oil with it and will run poorly accordingly. This is how the desired calls are created.

 

How we plan an engine block

Planing the engine block describes the smooth (flat) milling of the surface on which the cylinder head will later be mounted. So that the cylinder head later seals the cylinder and the block perfectly at the top, the quality when planning the engine block has the highest priority.

For this, the block is clamped firmly in our planing machine and aligned. Then the milling head is precisely adjusted and approx. 0.20mm removed. This removes nicks, scratches and bumps. And the cylinder head gasket the engine block and the cylinder head Seal perfectly later.

So that the insertion of the pistons works smoothly and the piston rings remain intact, a phase is set at the upper end of the cylinder. In other words, a familiar one that makes it easier to insert the cylinders.

 

How we paint the engine block

After the engine block has been processed, it must be cleaned again before painting. We pay special attention to the oil channels, as metal chips from machining can be deposited there. These would later lead to damage in the engine. Therefore, they are thoroughly rinsed and cleaned.

After oil and impurities have been removed from the engine block, we paint it. By painting the engine block, we ensure a long durability and avoid corrosion.

 

Assembly on the engine block table (assembly table)

In order to be able to work flexibly and as gently as possible on the back, we have developed our own engine block table for assembling the engines. There we can assemble the engine block at the optimal height for working and add the remaining components. So that you can comfortably reach the engine block from all sides when you are working at the table, the entire engine block is attached so that it can be rotated.

You can find more information about the engine block table (assembly table) here .

 

What material is an engine block made of?

Engine blocks have to withstand great thermal and mechanical loads. That is why most engine blocks are made of cast iron, ductile cast iron or light metal such as aluminum. The cylinder liners, especially in the case of aluminum blocks, are often clad with special alloys in order to guarantee a long service life.

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