BMW N62B44 N62 4.4L Turbo

BMW N62B44 N62 4.4L Turbo

BMW N62

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BMW N62
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Overview
Manufacturer BMW
Production 2002–
Combustion chamber
Configuration DOHC 90° V8
Chronology
Predecessor BMW M62
Successor BMW N63

The BMW N62 is a V8 DOHC piston engine which replaced the M62 and was produced from 2002–present. Compared with its M62 predecessor, it features variable valve timing for both the inlet and exhaust camshafts (called double-VANOS by BMW) and variable valve lift (called valvetronic by BMW).[1] Like the M62, it has 4 valves per cylinder and fracture-split forged powdered metal connecting rods.

The N62 did not have a high-performance derivative, unlike the preceding M62 and succeeding N63. Instead, BMW produced the S85 V10 for the E60 M5 and E63 M6, and the S65 V8 for the E90 M3 being derived from the S85.

In the International Engine of the Year awards in 2002, the N62 won overall as well as claiming the "Best New Engine" and "Above 4-litre" categories.[2]

 

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  • 1 Models
    • 1.3 N62B44

 

Models

EngineDisplacementPowerTorqueRedlineYear
           
N62B44 4.4 L (4398 cc/268 in³) 235 kW (319 hp) @ 6100 440 N·m (325 lb·ft) @ 3700 6500 2004
245 kW (333 hp) @ 6100 450 N·m (332 lb·ft) @ 3600 6500 2002
           

 

N62B44

The N62B44 is a 4,398 cc (268 cu in) version. Bore is 92 mm and stroke is 82.7 mm.[citation needed] Except for in the X5, it produces 245 kW (329 hp) at 6100 rpm and 450 N·m (330 lb·ft) at 3600 rpm.

Applications:

  • 2001-2005 E65/E66 745i/745Li
  • 2003-2006 E53 X5 4.4i- 235 kW (315 hp) at 6100 rpm and 440 N·m (320 lb·ft) at 3700 rpm
  • 2003-2005 E60/E61 545i
  • 2003-2007 E63/E64 645Ci
  • 2005-2007 Morgan Aero 8 Series 2 and Series 3[3]

 

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