Engine Power - Netflix

Engine Power provides pro engine tips on assembling and tuning everything from street engines to full-race motors.

Engine Power - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-28

Engine Power - Chrysler PowerTech engine - Netflix

The PowerTech V6 and V8 engine family was designed in 1998 by Chrysler. This was also the first new V8 engine for Chrysler since the 1960s, although the initial design development for them was done by American Motors Corporation (AMC). The companion V6 is basically the V8 with two fewer cylinders, another concept that originated at AMC before the company joined Chrysler. These new engines had nothing in common with the Chrysler A engine V8s, nor the Jeep 4.0 L “PowerTech” I6 engine. A 4.7 L V8 came first, fitted in the Jeep Grand Cherokee, and a 3.7 L V6 version debuted in 2002 for the Jeep Liberty. The PowerTech V6 and V8 were direct replacements for Chrysler's LA family in the early 2000s, and were also used in the Dodge Ram and started in the 2000 Dodge Durango. They were not used in any cars, but were reserved for truck and SUV use. They are also known as Next Generation Magnum in Dodge applications. The PowerTech V6 and V8 engines are produced at the Mack Avenue Engine Complex in Detroit, Michigan. E85 compatible versions of some PowerTech engines were developed and used in numerous Chrysler vehicles. On April 9, 2013, the last 4.7 L engine was built; ending 15 years of production with over 3 million units built.

Engine Power - 3.7 EKG - Netflix

The EKG is a 3.7 L V6 version built in Detroit, Michigan. It displaces 226.0 cubic inches (3701 cc). The bore is 3.66 in (93 mm) and stroke is 3.57 in (91 mm). It is a 90° V engine like the V8, with SOHC 2-valve heads. It utilizes a counter-rotating balance shaft mounted between the cylinder banks to deal with vibration problems of the 90-degree V6 design, as well as use a 30-degree split pin crankshaft to fire the cylinders every 120 degrees. Output is 210 hp (160 kW) at 5200 rpm with 235 lb⋅ft (319 N⋅m) of torque at 4000 rpm. It has a cast iron engine block and aluminum SOHC cylinder heads. It uses SFI fuel injection, has roller followers, and features fracture-split forged powder metal connecting rods and an assembled reinforced plastic intake manifold. Applications: 2002–2010 Dodge Ram 1500 2011-2012 Ram 1500 2004–2011 Dodge Dakota 2004–2009 Dodge Durango 2007–2011 Dodge Nitro 2002–2013 Jeep Liberty/Cherokee 2005–2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2006–2010 Jeep Commander 2006–2010 Mitsubishi Raider 2002 Dodge M80

Engine Power - References - Netflix