Available Engine Parts (Including Complete Engines):

  • Piston: is a part of an engine that moves up and down inside a cylinder. Pistons help propel a vehicle by pushing fuel and air into a small space, where a spark plug can ignite and get things moving.
  • Piston ring: is a metallic split ring that is attached to the outer diameter of a piston in an internal combustion engine or steam engine. The main functions of piston rings in engines is to seal off combustion gases, aid in the heat transfer to the cylinder wall, and both lubricate and scrape down oil from the cylinder wall.
  • Big ends bearings: sustain the transmitted forces through the connecting rod, which are due to combustion pressure and inertial imbalance, as well as transmitting the torque to drive the crankshaft.
  • Mains bearings: are mounted in the crankcase to support crankshaft and allowing rotation during the engine operation.
  • Engine valves: are mechanical components used in engines to regulate the air, fuel and exhaust gas flow in the combustion chambers or cylinder head during engine operation.
  • Gaskets: is a ring or sheet composed of a supple material used in static applications to seal joints, flanges, and other mating surfaces to prevent leakage.
  • Set gasket: contains all the gaskets that are fitted in and over various parts of your vehicle’s engine such as the head, intake manifold, exhaust manifold, water pump, oil pan gasket.
  • Belt tensioner/Idle puller: is a system that guides the serpentine belt and the timing belt on a car engine. The function of a pulley and a tensioner is to limit the belt slip.
  • Timing kit full set: contains timing chain, chain tensioner, sliding rail, tensioning rail, sprocket, and cam phaser.
  • Timing Kit half set:
  • Timing belt: is used to synchronize the rotation of the crankshaft and the camshaft. This synchronization ensures that the engine’s valves open and close at the correct times in relation to the position of the pistons.
  • Oil sump: contains the engine oil required for lubrication. The oil is extracted from it by an oil pump and conveyed into the engine block’s oil ducts via the oil filter. The oil then flows back into the oil sump from the lubrication points.
  • Camshaft: is a rotating shaft (or shafts) in an engine that activates the intake and exhaust valves for each cylinder. As the shaft turns, cams along its length press down on the spring-loaded valves in synchronicity with the motion of the pistons and firing of the spark plugs.
  • Sleeves: are routinely used in the maintenance and repair of a vehicle’s engine cylinders. They fit over the cylinder’s original casing to bring it back up to its intended circumference and keep it in place so it can perform to its highest standard.
  • Oil seals: are used throughout the engine to keep oil where it’s supposed to be and to protect the inner workings of the engine from dirt and debris.
  • Valve stem seals: prevent oil from contaminating the air/fuel mixture in the engine’s combustion chamber. They also prevent intake and exhaust gases from contaminating the oil in the cylinder head and the rest of the engine.
  • Valve guide: is a cylindrical piece of metal, pressed or integrally cast into the cylinder head, with the valve reciprocating inside it. Guides also serve to conduct heat from the combustion process out from the exhaust valve and into the cylinder head where it may be taken up by the cooling system.
  • Hydraulic lifter/Cam follow: is a device for maintaining zero valve clearance in an internal combustion engine.
  • Cylinder head complete: it is the gap that remains between the cylinder head and the engine which is completed by the head gasket.
  • Engine complete:
  • Synchro rings: enable the collar and gear to synchronize their speeds while they’re already in contact but before the dog teeth engage. Cars use synchronizers in order to avoid the need for double-clutching.
  • Oil pump: provides the force that delivers oil through galleries and passages around the engine. Oil pumps are usually either inside the oil pan and driven by a camshaft or outside the pan and driven by a crankshaft.
  • Crank/Cam pulley: is responsible for controlling the timing between the crankshaft and other components of the engine.
  • Conrods: are used to assembly the piston, which is connected to the crankshaft through a connecting rod.
  • Rocker arm: is the part responsible for transmitting the movement of the camshaft towards the intake and exhaust valves of the engine, a process that occurs through the direct contact of these parts with the tappets and according to the movement of the shaft.
  • Turbo charger: is a turbine-driven, forced induction device that increases an internal combustion engine’s power output by forcing extra compressed air into the combustion chamber.
  • Timing gear/cover: is an important equipment made to guard the timing chain of your vehicle from debris, dirt, and grit. The timing chain or belt of your vehicle controls the spinning of the crankshaft and camshafts in the internal ignition engine.
  • Welsh plugs: are used to fill the sand casting core holes found on water-cooled internal combustion engines.
  • Engine washer: is an intricate and time-consuming job but pressurized water jets can loosen grease and dirt deposits where a brush or cloth can’t reach. It also speeds up the rinsing process. A power washer quickly and efficiently rinses off degreaser products to leave your engine sparkling clean.
  • Cam bushes/Exhaust hangers: are the mounts that are used to secure and support the exhaust pipes to the underside of the vehicle. The exhaust hangers are usually made of rubber to absorb vibrations from the engine and to allow for flex for the exhaust to move as the vehicle travels.
  • Push rod: is a metal tube designed to transfer the reciprocating motion of a valve lifter, riding on the camshaft, to the valve.
  • Roller bearings: are small metal balls held within small rings that are designed to reduce rolling friction and allow the car’s wheels to spin freely, all while sustaining the vehicle’s weight.
  • Oil caps: are cheap car parts that protect your car from expensive damage. They keep the oil in your engine from contamination, while ensuring that your engine is working perfectly.
  • Other Engine parts: different parts that make up your car’s engine consist of the engine block (cylinder block), combustion chamber, valve train, valves, fuel injectors, and spark plugs.

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