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|Fuel System||Electronic fuel injection|
|Lubrification||indicate the engine's type of lubrification|
|Output|| N/A hp @ N/A rpm|
N/A lb-ft. of torque @ N/A rpm
|In. Valves||in inches|
|Ex. Valves||in inches|
|Left Bank||Write which cylinders are in this bank (write N/A if it it is inline)|
|Right Bank||(same as above)|
|Dry Weight||lbs. / kg.|
|Fuel Consumption||city/highway (mpg & km/L)|
|Emission/s|| CO: g/km|
|Chief Engineer||write here|
The SOHC 2.0 L (1974 cc) CA20E produces 105 hp (78 kW) and 120 lb·ft (160 Nm). Bore is 3.33 in (84.5 mm) and stroke is 3.46 in (88 mm). It was used from August, 1981 through 1991. Fuel was delivered via Multiport Fuel Injection. Dual sparkplugs per cylinder were used in some variants of this engine for enhanced combustion efficiency, and to combat poor head design.
It was used in the following vehicles:
- 1984-1988 Nissan 200SX (US & Canada) / Nissan Gazelle (Australia)
- 1986-1990 Nissan Skyline R31 (Australia)
- 1984-1990 Nissan Stanza / Stanza Wagon
- 1987-1989 Nissan Bluebird U12 (and was replaced by the SR20DE in the Series 2 U12 Bluebirds)
- 1988-1990 Nissan Bluebird T72
- 1986-1991 Nissan Pintara
The CA20S is a SOHC 2.0 L (1974 cc) engine produced from 1982 through 1987. Bore is 3.33 in (84.5 mm) and stroke is 3.46 in (88 mm), and is fed by a carburetor. It produces a peak power of 102 hp (76 kW) at 5,200 rpm and has a peak torque rating of 160 N·m (120 ft·lbf) at 3,600 rpm.
- Nissan Stanza
- Nissan Prairie M11/M12 Europe
- Nissan Auster
- Nissan Bluebird Series 3 1985-1986 (Australia)
- Nissan Bluebird U11 Estate 1985-1990 (Europe)
- Nissan Bluebird T12 1985-1988 (Europe)
- Nissan Laurel (C32)1984-1990 (No twinspark)
- Nissan Skyline GL and GLE (R31) (106 hp)
- 1983–1987 Nissan Cedric/Gloria Y30 (110 PS at 5,600 rpm)
- Nissan Van C22 (Vanette) / Vanette Largo C22/GC22 Model, Japan
There was never a factory-produced twin-cam CA 2.0L motor, nor a turbo version. However the blocks are similar, and it is possible to fit the DOHC CA18DE/T twincam head to the SOHC CA20 block. However the DOHC/SOHC manifolds are different and the timing pulley/belts are not compatible. Despite this, CA20DET turbos have been built. The cheaper alternative to a CA20DET is a newer SR20DET. Parts for the SR20 are less expensive and more readily available. Tomei and JUN of Japan produced 2 litre stroker kits for the CA18. A company called Norris Designs produces a CA20 stroker kit as well as a CA20 engine.
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