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Part Type:Remanufactured Engine Assembly (Factory Spec) This Kia/Hyundai 2.0L engine is remanufactured with the HIGHEST QUALITY PARTS AVAILABLE and includes the following enhancements from Fraser Engines:
Bore and hone all cylinders to OEM clearances (We check all clearances within .0001 of inch),
Decking cylinder head(s) and block for straightness,
Cutting valve seats and valves to proper degree,
Line boring/honing crankshaft/camshaft tunnels,
Ground & polish crankshaft, new or remanufactured camshaft(s),
New main bearings, rod bearings, pistons, piston rings, lifters, pushrods (if equipped), timing components, oil pump, head bolts,
All new internal gaskets and seals.
All finishing gaskets are included (MAY VARY PER APPLICATION).
Kia/Hyundai 2.0 L Engines
The Hyundai 2.0L (Theta) is a 4-cylinder inline piston engine, designed specifically for cars from the Hyundai Motor Company.
The base engine consists of:
Al all-aluminum engine block and cylinder head
Dual Overhead Camshafts (DOHC) with a timing chain
Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) on the intake side
Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) on the exhaust side (Theta II only)
Sequential multi-port fuel injection or direct injection (Theta II Turbo only)
The engine specifications include:
A displacement of 122 cubic inches (1,998 cubic centimeters)
3.4 in x 3.4 in (86 mm x 86 mm) cylinder bore and piston stroke
10.5:1 compression ratio (9.5:1 on the Theta II Turbo)
Theta: 142 to 149 horsepower (106 to 111 kW) at 6,000 rpm
Theta II: 163 horsepower (121 kW) at 6,200 rpm
Theta II Turbo: 240 to 274 horsepower (192 to 204 kW) at 6,000 rpm
Theta: 138 to 143 lb-ft (187 to 194 Nm) of torque at 4,000 to 4,250 rpm
Theta II: 145 to 146 lb-ft (197 to 198 Nm) of torque at 4,500 to 4,600 rpm
Theta II Turbo: 269 lb-ft (365 Nm) of torque at 1,750 to 4,500 rpm
The Hyundai 2.0L first debuted in the fifth-generation Sonata in 2004, initially in South Korea, before making its debut in North America a year later. It was then used in the second-generationKia Optima and Carens.
In 2007, Hyundai introduced a new generation of the 2.0L (Theta II), which added CVVT on the exhaust side, as well as increased horsepower and torque. This engine was used in the Hyundai Sonata and Tucson, and the Kia Optima, Forte, and Sportage.
A turbo variant of the 2.0L (Theta II Turbo or 2.0T) was also produced, which changed the CVVT controls from hydraulic to electronic, and increased the horsepower and torque yet again. This engine was used in many Hyundai applications, including the Genesis, Sonata, Santa Fe, and more recently, the Elantra N and Kona N—it was also used in the Kia Optima, Sorento, and Sportage.
Unlike the previous iterations however, the 2.0T has been subject to recalls due to engine failures caused by initial manufacturing problems, but thanks to remanufacturing, the engine is now more reliable than ever before.
Overall, the Hyundai 2.0L delivers a good balance of performance and fuel efficiency.
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