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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Currently available in tractor-head and wing-van platforms, which is powered by a turbocharged with intercooler 8.8-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.
The 617cc overhead valve (OHV) V-twin liquid-cooled engine operates efficiently and quietly and the two-barrel Mikuni carburetor serves up the right mixture of fuel so that you get the most mileage out of every precious drop.
Similarly, replacement of an overhead valve engine with a smaller overhead cam engine of the same performance produces a 3 to 6 percent gain.
It was very much like the Model D, except it was heavier at 4,850 pounds with a 4-cylinder, overhead valve Midwest engine (4-1/8 by 5-1/4-inch bore and stroke) rated at 18-25 hp.
Engine: 6.2-liter, overhead valve, EcoTec3 V-8 with VVT.
The TR6's inline 2.5-liter pushrod (OHV, or overhead valve) engine was basically a carry-over from the TR250, as were most of its mechanical bits.
It was a joy to dismantle and rebuild this 1300cc overhead valve engine.
The basic configuration of the engine is the tried-and-true 90[degrees] twin-cylinder, overhead valve design with an electronic ignition system, two-barrel carburetor and mechanical governor.
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.