Perodua Car Engines, Kancil Engine used, Kembara, Kelisa

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Perodua has gone from strength to strength and continues to increase. They are excellent reliable and strong build quality, plus the impressive standard equipment specification and latest generation technology apparent in models such as the Kenari and Kelisa are all major factors. Their car engines are obtainable at, used, reconditioned or secondhand at a very cheap price.

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Perodua Kancil is sold in three engine variants

Kancil 660EX- 659cc three-cylinder carbureted in-line engine, 31 hp (22.8 kW), five-speed manual transmission, black bumpers and door rub strips. RM 22,055.
Kancil 850EX- 847cc three-cylinder carbureted in-line engine, 37 hp (27.5 kW), five-speed manual transmission, body-color bumpers and rub strips. RM 27,227.
Kancil 850EZi- 847cc three-cylinder fuel-injected in-line engine, 50 hp (36.7 kW), three-speed automatic transmission, body color bumpers and rub strips. RM 32,039.
Kancil 660T- 659cc three-cylinder fuel-injected in-line engine intercooler turbocharged, 64 hp (47 kW), four-speed automatic transmission, body color bumpers and rub strips Air-scoope. RM 12,039.

All have a l3 or sometimes called a straight 3 engine or inline-3, this type of is an internal combustion engine with three cylinders arranged in a straight line side by side. The straight-3 is the smallest engine in use in modern cars, generally for engine displacements of around 1.0L.
Most straight-3 engines employ a crank angle of 120° and are thus rotationally balanced; however, since the three cylinders are offset from each other the firing of the end cylinders induces a rocking motion from end to end. The use of a balance shaft in antiphase to that vibration produces a smoothly running engine.
An exception to the 120° crankshaft can be found in some of the straight-3 engines made by motorcycle manufacturer Laverda. In these engines, sometimes referred to as 180° triples, the outer pistons rise and fall together like a 360° straight-2. The inner cylinder is offset 180° from the outer cylinders. In these engines cylinder 1 fires, 180° later cylinder 2 fires, and then 180° later cylinder 3 fires. There’s no power stroke on the final 180° of rotation–it’s like a 4-cylinder engine that’s missing the fourth cylinder.

Perodua Kembara is the Daihatsu Terios, it is a mini SUV, first released in 1997 by the Japanese car manufacturer Daihatsu. The engine was a modified Daihatsu Charade 1.3 litre engine.
Perodua Kenari is a five-seat mini MPV produced by Malaysian automotive company Perodua, based on the Daihatsu Move. The Kenari has a 3-cylinder, 989cc engine and can reach speeds of 88mph.

Perodua Kelisa is a compact car based on a 7th generation Daihatsu Mira, and manufactured by Perodua. . It has a maximum speed of 88 mph and can achieve about 55 miles per gallon. The car has a three-cylinder 989cc petrol DOHC four-valve engine (EJ-DE engine)with electronic fuel injection system, it also comes with another variant that comes with a three-cylinder 847cc petrol engine with lower specifications.

Perodua MyVi (2005) is a supermini/subcompact car. The car comes with five variations: 1.0SR (manual), 1.3SX (manual), 1.3EZ (auto), 1.3SXi (manual), and 1.3EZi (auto).

Perodua Rusa is a small van manufactured by Malaysian car company Perodua, and based on the Daihatsu Atrai and Daihatsu Hijet. Launched on March 6, 1996 with a 1.3 litre engine, followed by the 1.6 litre range. Three variations of Rusa vans are offered: The CX (1.3 litre, two seat version), the EX (1.3 litre, five seat version) and the GX (1.6 litre, seven seat version).

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Carl Wilson

You won't believe it, I'm native Scotsman. Enthusiast. Car lovers. Almost finished rebuilding my Reliant Saber 🔥


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