OHV

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OHVOff Highway Vehicle
OHVOverhead Valve
OHVover Head Valve
OHVOverhead Hoist Vehicle
OHVOhne Hast Verweilen (German tourism program)
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8-liter, inline six-cylinder, overhead valve, direct injection type and electronic control common rail diesel engine capable of dishing out 335 horsepower and 1,275 N-m of maximum torque.
Yes it has a heads up display which projects vital information such as rpms, fuel and speed on to the windscreen but those motors are overhead valve lumps with only two valves per cylinder.
The E series engines were replaced by the new overhead valve Austin unit in 1952, then the classic and most desirable Morris Minor arrived the following year, the half-timber Traveller estate.
The E series engines were replaced by the new overhead valve Austin unit in 1952, the classic and most desirable Morris Minor arrived the following year, the half-timber Traveller estate.
Their new overhead valve engines were over-square and they were the first Fords with unitary structure, 12-volt electrics, a hydraulic clutch and independent suspension employing a new layout that was the brainchild of engineering vice-president Earle Steele MacPherson.
This simple, cheap, anvil-solid overhead valve (OHV) arrangement has served America's motorists well for many decades and continues to serve where its advantages outweigh those of overhead cam (OHC) designs.
The CP-20H and CP-30H centrifugal pumps have capacities of 158 and 264 gpm, and a maximum head of 98 and 115 ft, respectively These economical, lightweight pumps feature overhead valve engines for peak performance and minimal fuel consumption.
3-liter, overhead valve V-8 with direct injection and Active Fuel Management system.
3) overhead valve V8 that went until 1964 without a major redesign, while the Bentley drew its power from a slightly smaller aluminum-head inline six-cylinder.
The Traction Avant combined for the first time front-wheel-drive, monocoque chassis/body construction, torsion bar suspension and an overhead valve engine with removable cylinder sleeves.
Generac has established a new group to sell its range of air-cooled, four-cycle, overhead valve industrial (OHVI) gasoline and gaseous-fueled engines to other manufacturers.