Selling pre-owned good std standard condition BARE UPPER LOWER 7587604 1111 7629928 CYLINDER BLOCK  for BMW 3 5 528i 328i N20B20A 2.8cc Petrol Pn 11217640165 7640165 n20 b20 a 2.0 petrol twin turbo engine #CYLINDERBLOCK

Selling pre-owned good std standard condition BARE UPPER LOWER 7587604 1111 7629928 CYLINDER BLOCK for BMW 3 5 528i 328i N20B20A 2.8cc Petrol Pn 11217640165 7640165 n20 b20 a 2.0 petrol twin turbo engine #CYLINDERBLOCK

€1,210.00


Wikipedia:

The BMW N20 is a turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine which replaced the N53 (or BMW N52 in some markets) and was produced from 2011-2017. Although the N20 is a four-cylinder engine, it is considered a replacement for the naturally aspirated six-cylinder N52/N53 because it powers equivalent models, producing similar horsepower to the N52/N53 with greater low-rpm torque and better efficiency.[1]

BMW N20 engine
BMW N20 Engine.JPG
Overview
Production 2011-2017
Layout
Configuration Inline-4
Displacement 1.6–2.0 L (98–122 cu in)
Block material Aluminium
Head material Aluminium
Valvetrain DOHC, with VVT & VVL
Combustion
Turbocharger Single twin-scroll
Chronology
Predecessor BMW N52, BMW N53
Successor BMW B48

The N20 features a twin-scroll turbocharger, double-VANOS (variable valve timing), Valvetronic (variable valve lift), direct injection, automatic stop-start[2] and an electric water pump. The N20 was sold alongside the smaller displacement BMW N13 turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The N20 was placed in Wards Top 10 Engines in 2012.[3]

In 2014, the N20 began to be replaced by its successor, the BMW B48.

It has been well documented in online forums, including www.bimmerpost.com, that thousands of early production N20 engines were manufactured with faulty internal plastic timing chain guides. Evidence indicates that defective polycarbonate compositions were utilized in the manufacturing process for the timing chain guide, and as a result over a very short period of time the rigid plastic guides would breakdown and deteriorate in the engine with little or no warning. Upon failure of these internal plastic components, the timing chain slackens (becomes loose) and "skips time" by jumping teeth on upper cam shaft sprocket, a phenomena that causes catastrophic damage to the engine by un-synchronizing the cam shafts and valve train.

In 2017, a class action lawsuit[4] was filed by several owners against BMW seeking redress for the faulty units. Plaintiffs in the BMW engine defect class action seek to represent a nationwide Class of consumers affected by timing chain guide and secondary chain failure and wear as well as several subclasses for states such as New Jersey, Illinois, Florida, Utah, New York, Colorado, Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma, Massachusetts, California, Wisconsin, Oregon and North Carolina. In 2018 BMW attempted to dismiss the class action lawsuit.[5] In 2019 U.S. District Judge William H. Walls partially granted and partially denied BMW’s motion to dismiss claims that it sold vehicles with a known engine defect. Walls also ruled that the automaker cannot escape the suit entirely.[5]

N20B20Edit

Applications:[7]

115 kW version

  • 2013-2016 E89 Z4 sDrive18i
  • 2013-2017 F25 X3 sDrive18i

135 kW version

  • 2011–2015 E84 X1 xDrive/sDrive20i
  • 2011–2017 F25 X3 xDrive20i
  • 2012–2015 F30 320i
  • 2013–2016 F34 320i GT
  • 2011–2016 F10 520i
  • 2013-2016 F10 520Li
  • 2011–2016 E89 Z4 sDrive20i
  • 2014–2016 F22 220i
  • 2015-2017 Brilliance Huasong 7 MPV[8]

160 kW version

170 kW version

  • 2014–2017 F45 225i Active Tourer

180 kW version

  • 2011–2016 E89 Z4 sDrive28i[9]
  • 2011–2015 E84 X1 xDrive/sDrive28i[10]
  • 2012–2017 F25 X3 xDrive28i
  • 2011–2016 F30 328i
  • 2014-2016 F32 428i
  • 2011–2016 F10 528i
  • 2013–2016 F34 328i GT
  • 2014–2016 F22 228i
  • 2014–2017 F26 X4 xDrive20i

 

N20B20 1,997 cc (121.9 cu in) 115 kW (154 bhp)
at 5,000 rpm
240 N⋅m (177 lb⋅ft)
at 1,250-4,500 rpm
7,000 2013–2017
135 kW (181 bhp)
at 5,000 rpm
270 N⋅m (199 lb⋅ft)
at 1,250-4,500 rpm
7,000 2011–2017
160 kW (215 bhp)
at 5,500 rpm
310 N⋅m (229 lb⋅ft)
at 1,350-4,800 rpm
7,000 2012–2017
180 kW (241 bhp)
at 5,000 rpm
350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft)
at 1,250-4,800 rpm
7,000 2011–2017

 


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