GM 122 Engine

GM 122 Engine

  • Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. This engine family, produced by General Motors globally, was originally designed by Opel in Germany. In OHV form, it was available in the US beginning in 1982 for the GM J platform compact cars and S-series trucks, although originally in use from the 1970s globally. It is different than the engine used in the Chevrolet Chevette which was also an Opel design. For the J cars it evolved through 2002 when it was replaced by GMs Ecotec line of DOHC 4-cylinder engines. In the S-10 related models it evolved through 2003 when it was known as the Vortec 2200. Production ceased consistent with the replacement of the S-series trucks with the GMT 355 sub-platform. On a separate development track, this engine family was also available in SOHC form. For the US market, this version was used primarily from 1983 for the J-body compact cars through 1990 although the turbocharged ... (vollständige Produktbeschreibung -> siehe Tabelle unten)
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GM 122 Engine
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. This engine family, produced by General Motors globally, was originally designed by Opel in Germany. In OHV form, it was available in the US beginning in 1982 for the GM J platform compact cars and S-series trucks, although originally in use from the 1970s globally. It is different than the engine used in the Chevrolet Chevette which was also an Opel design. For the J cars it evolved through 2002 when it was replaced by GMs Ecotec line of DOHC 4-cylinder engines. In the S-10 related models it evolved through 2003 when it was known as the Vortec 2200. Production ceased consistent with the replacement of the S-series trucks with the GMT 355 sub-platform. On a separate development track, this engine family was also available in SOHC form. For the US market, this version was used primarily from 1983 for the J-body compact cars through 1990 although the turbocharged version did make an appearance in the N-body Pontiac Grand Am. The SOHC version also appeared in the Opel Kadett E-based, Daewoo produced, Pontiac LeMans for the US market. Globally the engine then evolved along three paths.

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EAN 9786131650857
Hersteller/Herausgeber
Frederic P. Miller