Beetle engine


Beetle engine




An engine is a device that converts some form of energy into mechanical work. Internal combustion engines differ in the type of the fuel used, the number and arrangement of cylinders. The Beetle engine is a light and simple type of air-cooled engine. The air flow creates a small load on the fan. The covers are sized to ensure the engine's effective operating temperature. A Beetle engine's main components are a cylinder head, valves, a piston head, and a combustion chamber. The Beetle engine was first produced after the Second World War and has undergone continuous improvement since. It is one of the most economical internal combustion engine types.