Mazda 1.8L BP engine factory workshop and repair manual download

Mazda 1.8L BP engine  factory workshop and repair manual download

Mazda 1.8L DOHC BP engine factory workshop and repair manual 1989-1998

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The 1,839 cc or 1.8 BP is a DOHC (double-overhead camshaft) variant of the B8, featuring an 83 mm bore and 85 mm stroke and four valves per cylinder. This engine was called 'BP-ZE by Mazda engineers' and featured a forged crankshaft, piston oil squirters, a structural aluminum oil pan with cooling fins, a 7,000 rpm redline, and Variable Intertia Charging System VICS which is activated by a control solenoid at high rpm to increase horsepower in the upper rev range. The engine in base form on 91RON fuel produces 96 kW (129 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 165 N·m (122 lb·ft) at 4,000 rpm. The engine is a favourite for both N/A and turbo motoring enthusiasts for its robust design, materials and construction. This particular variant can be found in the following vehicles:

1989-1994 Mazda Familia GT (European & Australian Market)
1989-1994 Ford Laser TX3 (Australian Market)
1994-1998 Ford Laser KJ GLXi (Australian Market)
1994-1998 Mazda Artis "LX" VICS jm1 (North America Market)
1990-1994 Mazda Protege LX (with VICS)
1995-1998 Mazda Protege ES (Australian Market: 1994-1998 323 Protege SE)
1990 Mazda Infini
1990-1991 and 1993 Mazda Protege GT (Canadian Market)
1990-1993 Mazda 323 (European Market)
1991-1996 Ford Escort GT and LX-E
1991-1996 Mercury Tracer LTS
1995-1997 Kia Sephia RS, LS, GS
1994-1998 Mazda Familia (Japanese Market)
1994-1998 Mazda Lantis
1994-1997 Mazda MX-5/Miata (did not have VICS until 1999)
1996-1998 Suzuki Cultus Crescent/Baleno/Esteem



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