Piston rings and piston finger. Mazda 3 (since 2003 release)
Mazda 3 since 2003
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2. Engine
2.1. General description of new engines of the L8, LF and L3 models
2.1.1. Mechanical part of engines Cover of a head of the block of cylinders Head of the block of cylinders Laying of a head of the block of cylinders Block of cylinders Bent shaft and radical bearing Balancing block Principle of operation of the balancing block Damper of tortional fluctuations of a bent shaft Forward cover of the engine Piston Piston rings and piston finger Rod and conrod bearing The valvate mechanism – general information Camshaft Camshaft asterisk Asterisk of a bent shaft Gas distribution mechanism drive chain Natyazhitel of a gas distribution mechanism drive chain The valve, a valvate spring, a maslootrazhatelny cap, the directing valve plug Valve pusher
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2.1.5. Fuel system
2.1.6. System of production of the fulfilled gases and system of decrease in toxicity
2.1.7. Electric equipment of engines
2.2. Mechanical part of engines
2.3. Appendix 1
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2.8. Cooling system
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2-1-1-11-porshnevye-kolca-i-porshnevojj-palec.html Piston rings and piston finger

Fig. 2.17. Piston rings and piston finger: 1 – section of the top ring; 2 – section of the second ring; 3 – section of an oil scraper ring; 4 – side rings; 5 – dilator

The following piston rings are used. top barrel-shaped ring. The second conical with a pro-point. an oil scraper ring – two rings and a dilator. The piston finger is made of alloy of chromic steel which has the increased rigidity (fig. 2.17).

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