DOHC


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DOHCDouble Overhead Camshaft (engine valve train architecture)
DOHCDual Overhead Camshaft (engines)
DOHCDepartment of Health and Children (Ireland)
DOHCDouble over Head Camshaft
DOHCDavid Ormerod Hearing Centres (hearing aids; UK)
DOHCDatek Online Holdings Corporation
DOHCDominican Occupational Health Center (University of California, Santa Cruz)
DOHCDetroit Osteopathic Hospital Corporation (Michigan)
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Factors such as increasing adoption of DOHC engines in passenger cars across the world will play a significant role in the passenger cars segment to maintain its market position.
In addition to ES350, Lexus introduces ES 250 which is powered by a 2AR-FE I4 DOHC 4-Valve Dual VVT-i engine and has adopted various features such as roller rocker arm system which help achieve advanced engine performance and low fuel consumption.
DOHC was on a roll and in 2007 The Sunday Times Fast Track listed the company as one of the fastest growing companies in the UK.
The DOHC engine is also smoother, eliminating the obtrusive vibrations at motorway cruising speeds present in the older model.
The Ferrari DOHC is the only one of its k ind in the world, and it's the only motorbike ever sanctioned and verified by the Italian supercar manufacturer.
Xterra: Nissan's rugged new Xterra has power that comes from a 4.0 litre V6 engine (DOHC, 24 valves), mated to five-speed automatic transmission, producing 291HP at 5,600rpm and 41.7 kg-m torque at 4,000rpm.
It will be available with a choice of a 2.5 litre and a 2.7 litre diesel engine and will offer a DOHC turbo diesel engine.
The model is equipped with a 1.5 litre DOHC engine coupled with a four-speed automatic transmission.
Engine: 3.5 liter, DOHC, 24 valve, V6 Bore x stroke: 95.5 x 81.4 mm Compression ratio: 10.3:1 Gearbox: Continuously variable transmission 6 simulated gears, four-wheel-drive Power, BHP (Kw): 231 (172) @ 6000 rpm Torque lb/ft (Nm): approximately 234 (317) @ 3600 rpm 0-97 km/h: 8.4 seconds Fuel capacity: 82 liters Curb weight: 1865 kg Weight distribution, front / rear: 59% / 41% Length: 4770 mm Width: 1880 mm Height: 1705 mm Wheelbase: 2825 mm Track, front / rear: 1620 / 1620 mm Tires: 225/65R18
To meet European market requirements, three engines are available in the new Lancer: a new 1.8-liter DOHC MIVEC with aluminum cylinder block [max.
"The architecture of the Beta motor is the same," says Krafcik, "but literally hundreds of improvements have been made to the engine." The Beta retains an iron block and aluminum DOHC head with continuous variable valve timing, and is available either in ULEV (Federal) or PZEV (California) states of tune.