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Old 28-12-15, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default Where is cylinder number 3?

Hi, where is cylinder number 3 on the 1.6 normally aspirated petrol engine? Closer to the flywheel or the front vanos pulley system?
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French engines are numbered 1 at flywheel end as they are slightly mad
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Is this not a German engine?
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It's 308 2008 model , Mini/ Bmw powered
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Old 28-12-15, 06:29 PM   #5
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The mini engines are french not BMW dont kid yourself
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Old 28-12-15, 06:31 PM   #6
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Not a turbo engine. Thought all recent cars had turbo's

But then again, it's a very long time since I had a petrol engined car.
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Old 28-12-15, 06:37 PM   #7
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They are not all turbo but the are all french made in the same douvrin factory as my V6 espace engine !
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It's non turbo
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The 'Prince' engines were the collaboration of BMW and PSA so it could be argued they are a bit of both...

Shame BMW did the design and PSA did the manufacturing. I presume it would have been better the other way round.
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Old 28-12-15, 07:28 PM   #10
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That is not entirely true the BMW part is the VVT and some head input the engine was designed around the BMW VVT system by the douvrin factory which to be honest is not really peugeot either it is owned by peugeot but is a dedicated engine building factory which has made engines for peugeot renault and citroen for many years.
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