>>24600110Are you the same faggot that did the other thread about Land Rover? These are only good on paper, they're moneypits IRL. The super attendant at a building up the street fixed Land Rovers, had 3 at one point because Land Rover autism like you. Sold them all for a Ford Explorer, as he was constantly fixing them with the highest one being 43k on the clock.
>>24600141>t. Butthurt Burgers
>>24600147No, you're an idiot who never had a reliable car.
>>24600110obligatory 7.3 powerstroke
>>24600310these >>>> cummins
>TD5>indestructibleHard pass. They have many terminal issues. If mine ever pops in the Defender I'm putting a M57 in it.They have many bad points and don't make much power.
>>246001101uzfespecifically the pre 94 ones with fat fucking conrods and a non interference design
>>24600398I agree. I would have posted the 6.7 Powerstroke because desu those have proven to be overall a better motor than the 7.3, but the fuel system of the 6.7 can be problematic if you live in a place were high quality fuel is scarce.
My list from the under developed world big hitters:Volkswagen AP: in production for like 40 years, bulletproof from brazilian's hate of basic maintenance.Renault's Cleon and Energy series: sturdy and easy rebuild because of the removable water cooled sleeves. Old Renaults are still highly valuated used cars because of this.PSA XD2 diesel engines: Argentina's and Africa's favourite taxi workhorse with the 504. It could easily make half a million kilometers before a rebuild.Fiat 128 engine family: In production for like 40 years, since 1969 until the last 1.9 Fiat Lineas. Takes mods like an alcoholic takes cheap tequila.GM Family I and II engines: Still in production because of their high reliability and low rpm torque. A bit thirsty tou.
>>24600110The old 3800 just keeps going
mighty intecblew up first one around 250k km stock but one i have now is over 340k manged to death every day pic related end goals, already got a big turbo and everything i need except exhaust and manifold/intercooler piping
>>24600110on what planet is that engine anywhere near reliable, let alone indestructible?
>>24600141go to bed scotty nobodys buying it.
>>24601141Nobody's buying TD5s because they are reliable either
>>24601297Do burgers even know what a TD5 is?
>>24601352Probably not, they didn't get any vehicles with them. Their discoverys only had the V8 as the diesel wouldn't pass emissions or something like that
>>24601478>diesel wouldn't pass emissions or something like thatBurgers really do work in strange ways, this is perfectly OK for themhttps://youtu.be/8vn_2LCWlz4?t=414https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3ioFr81qK8However pic rel is the evil one
Redblock (B21A in pic)
one of the last great things to come from AMCeverything else on my Wrangler fell apart but the engine never even flinchedabsolutely unkillable
>>24601500I already posted the b18, get out of here with your snotty childish overhead cam nonsense.Bah humbug, kids these days.
hot take:Lexus's 2UR-GSE, if you reseal the valley plate, is one of the most reliable performance V8s out there
>>24601100this and the barra I6 are both great fucking engines. The car falls apart before the engine tbqh
>>24601561can confirm my au and fg interiors are fucked and the vxs i have interiors great but engines and gearboxes a shit be it stock or modified
Ye olden 2GR-FE from Toyota. This thing was made to put in a Lotus Evora with a yamaha built head and a supercharger, if you just ride it around in the Camry that they come in, they will last as long as you change the oil in them. Kilmer had it right when he recommended the '11 Camry as the best car. It really is the car of the blue collar working man that doesn't want any frills.
>>24600110It goes without saying, surely?
>>24601543Pushrod superiority acknowledged, though your pic also has a shitty stromberg.
>>24601031i have a cleon, it sounds like a diesel, chugs fuel, starts on the third try every time but its been on this earth for 33 years already and its not even remotely the oldest or highest mileage one i had
>>24601616>t. Ahmed, the grooming gang rapist
>>24601590Where is the other half of the engine?
>>24601616One of if not the worst engine they ever made and it costs a small fortune to repair literally anything on it. And it's fucking way underpowered for what it is. The only positive about this piece of shit is the sound
>>24601635>And it's fucking way underpowered for what it is?
>>246016715l v10 making barely 500hp
>>24601713What engines was it competing with at the time it was released in 2005?Also it came in cars that were more practical with half the price of it's competitors.Also what would you say to something like a 2005 Dodge Viper ZB I that had an 8.3L V10 and made the same horsepower
>>24601721It was great when it came out but now it's a piece of shit thats insanely expensive to repair. And this thread is about indestructible engines while that v10 breaks when you sneeze at it too hard.
>Hits end of service logbook>Only just started to be broken in
>>24601726Gotta love the smell of poorfag copes in the morninghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42Ar6O39EMw
>>24600110The low compression Honda K24A1/K24A4 form the very early 2000s is indestructable as fuck, even the high compression TSX motor can go over half million miles, but the Accord/Element motors with that thin ass 5W-20 oil just refuse to die, the rest of the car will fall apart around the drivetrain, which makes people get rid of them even though they run.
>>24601776Jaguar O Type SVR sounds better, and probably would still outlast that temperamental thing
>>24601776>>24601817F type SVR** need coffee
>>24601776No retard but I don't want to spend 2k+ every other months when I can have the same or more power for a lot less. Only poor people or people that aren't spending their own willingly throw away money like that.
>>24601868why are poorfags always so concerned about the maintenance costs that others spend? probably something to do with realising you can't afford the real thing and the alternatives just arent on the same level
>>24601817>Jaguar Bold & brash? more like belongs in the trash
>>24601872>why don't you like unreliable as fuck cars relative to their power output>what are you, poor?
>>24601776Those are bad engines with bottom end barely making over 100k. Thread is about indestructible engines.
>>24600110This is and god knows how much power you can actually get out of it inside thermal dissipation window.Tesla motor can probably put easy 1MW out for short period of time, you can just up the voltage till the arcing becomes and issue.
>>24601817>>24601821The AJV8 engines are pretty tough
>>24600110The 6BT has an iron cylinder block, as well as an iron cylinder head. While this makes it extremely heavy, it also makes it extremely strong. Strength is one of the 6BT’s most known features. Many people have pushed them past 1,400 horsepower, and the stock ones can exceed 1,000,000 miles (!) if properly cared for.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRDsHXS5oOQ
>>24601933Based agricultural engine
>>24601933It's polluting like a mofo but it sounds so good.
>>24601933I want to put a 4BT in an old toyota truck
>>24601971You don't it would rattle you to the death, would have to use dual mass flywheel and hydro engine mounts to make it bearable.
>>24601977>rattleIt looks so uncomfortable when I see an old 6BT or T444E truck firing up and the whole thing starts shaking like a son of a bitch, but it's so utility truck-like, I love it, though I wouldn't daily them.
>>24601978Nah man it ain't fun, at lower rpms you get that super fucking annoying droning sound where torque spikes from 4 cyl diesel get transferred through drivetrain all the way to rear axle, whole cab starts droning like gigantic speaker.
>>24600500I just say it because the cost is so high for the cummins now it’s pointless you can get a running 4x4 7.3 for 3k you’re going to spend 7-10k for a cummins in the same shape that they’re probably selling because it needs a trans soon
>>24600110Were these really indestructible? I used to have one in a 2004 disco 2 for a very short period, was told they were good for veg oil but didn't know they were particularly long lasting.
1.9 CDTI/JTDsomething that italians didn't fuck up and gm was wise enough to put 'em into their shitboxes
>>24602453Is this a joke? These are famous for diesel runaway
>>24600110>Reliable>Anything british leyland
BP4W and other B6/BP versions of that engine.They take beating after beating after shitty maintenance in miatas every single day around the world and still outlive the rusty shells easy.
>>24602600Burgers really do be bitchin
>>24600320don't post ancient engines /o/ is full of zoomers that don't know them
Well , not only American trucks have durable engines ... For example BM Hauliers company , ran 3-Series Scania Streamlines for over 2 milion kilometres on the original engines , which weren't even opened and didnt need overhauling.
Isuzu 1.7 nugget. There’s a reason Honda, Mazda, Opel, etc used it in their cars.
>>24601086I have one too. I was just thinking today how smooth it is.
>>24605301I remember my dad having a Vauxhall Astra in the mid to late 90s with the Isuzu 1.7 in it.
>>24605412>smoothlmfao, /o/ never fails to surprise me
Thank you Renault
>>24600141>super attendantHoly shit, thank you. I needed a good laugh this morning.
>>24600141Weeb fag can't handle the fact that Land Rover has made reliable engines.Sneed and feed.
GM iron dukeHonda K20/K24Ford 4.6 modularToyota 1MZ-FE
>>24601500Nah. I had a 91 prelude and on two separate occasions it decided it wanted to melt a hole in one of the exhaust valves.
>>24602609Was waiting for this. Early short nose cranks are a bit fragile, but later engines are fucking bomb proof and can easily take boost.
>>24605859I don't know what you're trying to say there.
these last an annoyingly long time
>>24606100He's talking about the Volvo redblock not Honda
>>24606296Don't listen to him even my eco that blew up from retarded previous owner not changing the oil in it was very smooth good on fuelGonna rebuild it with ls goodies from my fucked ls1 turbo and see what doAlso mighty barra very reliable quicker then my bone stock ls was and uses way less fuel almost as good as the eco on the highway and sounds like a bag of raped cats with a poddy filtaSadly its me mom's car and I fucking hate the open diff but it won't be open for much longer my dudes
>>24600479it better be non-interference since it has a fucking drive belt.
>>24606344heh... I didn't even look at the pic.Kinda crazy that there's two engines from completely different manufacturers that have the same engine code/designation.
>>24600320A 3 cylinder pushrod?What is this
>>24606384Um dude it's a 4 cylinder. Look at the distributor cap and the spark plug at the back. They just didn't cut it away.
Fucking zoomers. All this bloviating and meh VW, meh Toyota, meh Cummins. The GOAT engine is and always be the Ford 300 I6
>>24606398>Ywn be a reneck cruising down the road in his Ford 300 I6 trug with the little side window vents open for free AC
VW's 1.9 TDI from mk3s and mk4s were pretty god damn amazing other than it having a timing belt. in a jetta/golf they get 45 mpg and will start down to -30 fairly easy if they have properly working glow plugs. parts are fairly cheap as well
>>24606398Home come there aren't any on the road anymore, if they're so indestructible?
>>24607067They were last made in 1996 and less they are still one the road. Attrition will kill any 25+ year old car of truck. Has anything previously mentioned, except for the 7.3 Diesels and the Cummins, been used as stationary units? Put in medium and heavy duty trucks like garbage trucks, dump trucks and the similar work vehicles? I think not.
>>24607332Fucking phone. They are still on the road and we're last put in trucks in 1996
>>24601539Came here just to post this. Mine will probably outlast the rest of the TJ. Had a friend try to kill one by running it without any oil, it outlasted their patience.
I hate redblocks
>>24606602yeah those can go fo 1kk km without rebuild easily not to say they survive being serviced by monkeys in estern europe t. Polish owner of TDI
>>24606571>with the little side window vents open for free ACthey dont make em like they used to
>>24607332A lot of words to say that they're not on the road anymore.
This little fella has powered most italian shitboxes since the 80's.
>>24607492>meme tape over headlightsIts' fine, most wrenchlets do.
>>24607655the 1.1 fire engines "only" last around 200-300k kilometres though. but apart from that, they can take a ton of abuse.
>>24607736>tfw modern 1.5T shitboxes with coolant intrusion issues with like no miles on them can't last as long as 80s garbage engines
>>24600398Yes and no.t. Have bothBoth are medium duties, the Cummins is just indisputably better for towing. The 7.3 is a bus motor that’s worried about acceleration first. While the Cummins is tractor, excavator tier, a bit heavier duty(and physically heavier as well)
>>24601933Every other answer is wrong. No engine in this thread has exceeded one and two million miles as frequently as the 5.9 does without rebuilds. We will let everyone else post so they can cope and pretend, however. Loling@ people who think 500,000 km or 500,000 miles is “high mileage”
>>24607743well, carmakers dont make their best money with ultrareliable cars. imagine if every car out there was a diesel merc w123/124, a 1.6 gasoline toyota, a 1.1 fire fiat or a 1.9td volkswagen. the only money would come from selling new parts.
>>24606398>ford 300Unable to reach highway speeds for V8 mileage*
>>24605856I had one until recently, but the rust got so bad it wasn't worth patching it up. The engine still had a lot of life in it, but again all the plastic parts were starting to degrade around it.
>>24607810>the only money would come from selling new partsThat's actually not bad, Honda makes a killing with it's service department, I take my 2000s Accord into the dealership along with other people still driving their 2004 piece of shit for trans drain and fills or when i need some random genuine shit part I bought from a dealer installed for me so they get labor on that, and mercedes would make a killing too if they sold W123 tier cars and parts to keep them going, repairing and restoring W123 and W126 benzes is a business in itself, because old Mercedes will run forever, but it costs thousands of dollars of suspension work and other shit to do this, people buy known reliable cars like Hondas expecting to run up 300,000 miles without doing a thing to it, and then they're mechanic tells them they need struts and bushings, and the car needs $2000 of suspension work, oh yeah and it's leaking from everywhere.Everything is shit and breaks, but at least in an old Mercedes or old Honda, you're spending thousands of dollars that you can at least depend on.
>>24607854You can DIY Hondas easily and spend a lot less.
No one in this thread remembers the Ford oinline 6. How sad.....
>>24608025I hear the 300 is just late to the thread since it’s top speed is 46mph
>>24601635>thinks reliability is the only factor that matters in a car
>>24608046>what is a Mazda 5 speed tyranny>cruising at 80 mph down the highway in an f150 with an inline 6
How has the glorious LS/LT series not been mentioned yet?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91vXBfo1jK8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAm4ltud92Q
>>24607810It doesn't really matter when the rest of the car is falling apart around the engine.
>>24608005I DIY stuff when I can get to it by hand, filters, random parts on the interior, basic shit, but I have no space and I'm retarded.
>>24601789This is the proper answer, most accords/CRVs would go through multiple transmissions (auto) before these would.
>>24606398Yep. These paired with a manual transmission are unkillable. They'll get tired but never die.>>24606571you will never be me? bummer
>>24607736Mine is above 300k and burns more oil than gas. I think it is still on its original head gasket.
>>24607824I always wondered, Is there any particular reason a fuckhuge 4.9l iron block straight six has such a hard time making HP? I don't feel like, say, 250-300hp is unreasonable without ruining reliability, especially with modern injection setups.
>>24600141Don't sweat it, the engine will survive the electrical fire.
>>246091944.9 liters is pretty far from "fuckhuge" by American standards. That's not a lot of displacement when you're moving a big, heavy truck with it. An engine that needs to run reliably at those kind of loads needs to be pretty de-tuned and low strung. It's why the Cummins 6.7 in a box truck makes 200hp but in a pickup it makes almost 400hp. It's also got a camshaft designed for more low end torque and HP.
>>24609194>mfw 170HP 300 cucked down to 114HP because fuel crisis
>ctrl-f sbc>0 results
>>24608046Sounds about right. But the reason its top speed is 46 mph is because its pulling stumps.
>>24607806>engines>motors>motorTypical truck driver, thinks the words motor and engine are interchangeable.
>>24603456nah thats real as i have seen a daf with 1.6 million k's or more never touched but had to be worked on due to broken crank but everything else was fine.