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    We take the fuss out of finding used V8 engines for sale throughout South Africa. All of our call agents are expecting to take your call from Mon to Fri anywhere between 8am – 5pm.

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    Recent V8 Engine Enquiries

    Date
    Name
    City
    Engine
    Comments
    2022-05-20 16:56:09 +02:00
    Lukas Salohoma
    Johannesburg
    5.6L
    Hi
    I am looking for Nissan patrol 5.6L v8 petrol. 2014 model
    Engine no: VK56-112603A
    2022-05-20 08:21:53 +02:00
    W.A Stadler
    Elisenheim Windhoek
    4500CC
    LOOKING FOR A 1VD 4.5 D4D V8 LANDCRUISER 76 SERIES ENGINE.
    2022-05-19 19:56:17 +02:00
    Mlungisi Shangase
    Germiston
    V8 4.2
    Jaguar s type v8 2004 model
    2022-05-18 19:51:13 +02:00
    Grant
    Cape Town
    4.5D v8
    Could you please quote me on a 4.5D v8 land cruiser engine?
    I am in Cape Town.
    Regards
    2022-05-18 16:06:07 +02:00
    Fanus
    Johannesburg
    ?V8
    Need imported W140 Merc Egine: Availability and Price
    2022-05-16 23:23:53 +02:00
    John
    Johannesburg
    V8
    I’m looking for BMW N62B48 complete engine
    WhatsApp 0849136420
    2022-05-16 19:14:21 +02:00
    Stanley Sangweni
    Germiston
    5litre v8
    Used one
    2022-05-15 05:05:59 +02:00
    Tyrone
    Cape Town
    3.9 lt V8
    Hi I am looking for a complete engine for my discovery 1 , 1996 model . V8 petrol
    2022-05-12 18:42:54 +02:00
    Seabstiaan
    4.2,4.5
    Hi,I am looking for a 4.2L 1hd fte or 4.5 d4d v8 cruiser engine.Kind regards
    2022-05-10 10:27:35 +02:00
    fares
    Pretoria
    v8
    We humbly request you to advise price and availability for the below REQ;


              Model: LAND CRUISER. V8, 1VD FTV, VDJ200, DIESEL
              Part:  USED ENGINE
        
             
    Kindly note that, when preparing your quotation, advise full information of Engine, including Mileage driven, Any faults and also please include the applicable discounts.


    Your prompt reply would be highly appreciated.
    2022-05-07 17:02:20 +02:00
    Mosa
    Midrand
    V8
    V8 v6 engines with or without gearbox
    2022-05-07 17:02:18 +02:00
    Mosa
    Midrand
    V8
    V8 v6 engines with or without gearbox
    2022-05-07 14:17:05 +02:00
    MARTIN STRODE
    KNYSNA
    V8
    Require replacement engine for 2015 Jaguar F-Type V8
    2022-05-06 17:25:09 +02:00
    Peer
    4.2l V8
    Looking for audi A8 motor 4.2 v8
    2022-05-06 14:21:43 +02:00
    Vivian
    Johannesburg
    Touareg V8
    4.2ltr
    CKDA
    Diesel
    Engine needed
    2022-05-06 14:21:42 +02:00
    Vivian
    Johannesburg
    Touareg V8
    4.2ltr
    CKDA
    Diesel
    Engine needed
    2022-05-04 16:04:26 +02:00
    Marcel Durant
    Klerksdorp
    3l
    Hi I have a 2003 isuzu 4x4 4JH1 engin with diesel pump problem can I get a another diesel pump or is there a 4JH1 engine. Is there a option to install a lexus v8
    2022-05-03 09:47:47 +02:00
    GREG
    RANDBURG
    380
    Looking for fuel flow sensor for M116 380SE V8
    2022-05-02 06:28:03 +02:00
    Denver
    Springbok
    2l 16v
    1998 opel astra euro with a 2l 16v engine
    2022-04-30 17:59:57 +02:00
    Kobus
    Klerksdorp
    350 or 454 v8
    Looking for a chev 350 and or 454 engine for sale, running condition
    V8 Engines Explained

    V8 Engines Explained

    V8 engines are a type of engine that is most often used in sports cars. They were developed by Cadillac in the 1930’s, and they have been around ever since. V8s generate more power than other types of engines (like V6 or I4), but they also use more fuel per mile driven. That means that while a car with a V6 may go farther on one gallon of gasoline, it will take longer to get there because it doesn’t go as fast. This makes them better for high-speed driving like racing, but not so good for long distance driving or low speed maneuvering where fuel efficiency matters. The main advantage is power – which comes at the cost of gas mileage and maneuverability.

    V8 Engine

    Types Of V8 Engines

    There are a few different types of V-engines, but the most common type is the “Vee” configuration. In this design, two banks of cylinders (four in total) are angled at about 45 degrees from each other. This allows for better engine breathing and more power than if the cylinders were lined up in a straight row. Other configurations include 90 degree angles (Ferrari), flat planes (Lamborghini), and staggered rows (traditional American V-twin).

    How Do V8 Engines Work?

    How do these engines work? The pistons move up and down inside the cylinders, creating pressure that powers the car. Intake valves allow air and fuel to enter the cylinder, while exhaust valves let exhaust gasses escape. The timing of these valves is very important, and it can be adjusted to improve performance.

    Can you supercharge a V8 engine?

    Many V-engines also have a supercharger or turbocharger. A supercharger is a device that forces more air into the cylinders, which increases power. A turbocharger uses exhaust gasses to do the same thing – it’s like having a second engine helping to power the car. This allows for even more power and better fuel economy.

    Which is faster turbo or supercharger?

    A turbocharger is faster because it uses exhaust gasses to spin the turbine, which in turn powers the compressor. A supercharger must be powered by a belt or gear train from the engine, so it’s not as fast. However, a supercharger can provide more boost than a turbocharger, so it can make more power at high RPMs.

    There are pros and cons to both types of forced induction – it really depends on what you’re looking for in terms of performance. Some engines have both a supercharger and a turbocharger, which gives them the best of both worlds!

    So there you have it – V-engines explained! While they may not be the most fuel-efficient option, they offer plenty of power and can be supercharged or turbocharged for even more performance. If you’re looking for a fast car, a V-engine is a great option!

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