BMW M62TUB35 M62 3.5L V8 Engine with Technical Update VANOS
|Configuration||DOHC 90° V8|
The BMW M62 is a V8 DOHC piston engine which replaced the M60 and was produced from 1994-2005. Compared with its M60 predecessor, the M62 features Alusil cylinder liners (in markets where high sulphur fuel was sold) and a single row timing chain. In 1998, variable valve timing (called VANOS by BMW) was added to the M62.
- 1 Design
- 2 Models
- 2.2 M62TUB35
The M62 engine block is made from Aluminium with Alusil or Nikasil cylinder liners, depending on the country of intended sale.
The M62 is fitted with Sequential fuel injection and double overhead camshafts with 4 valves per cylinder. It also sports fracture-split forged connecting rods.Variable valve timing is fitted to the later "M62TU" variants.
|3,498 cc (213 cu in)|
|M62TUB35||358S2||175 kW (235 hp) @ 5800||345 N·m (254 lb·ft) @ 3800||1998|
|180 kW (241 hp) @ 5800||345 N·m (254 lb·ft) @ 3800||1998|
In 1998, VANOS was added and the engine was named "M62TUB35".
- 1999–2001 E38 735i/735iL (175 kW (235 hp) and 345 N·m (254 lb·ft) )
- 1998–2003 E39 535i (180 kW (241 hp) and 345 N·m (254 lb·ft) )
Additional Notices: - For E39 M5's application of this engine, minor modifications were made for the engines that were manufactured starting
2001/10. The thickness of VANOS diaphragms were thickened, thus the sound of VANOS were significantly reduced.
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