Engine codes of 2.0L TFSI engines
If you are looking for the engine code of your 2.0L TFSI engine, you have come to the right place. With this you can check if tuning parts fit to your engine or not. You can also find a list of all the things that have been done to the 2.0L TFSI from 220 PS.
Those are all codes of 2.0L TFSI engines
|BHZ||265||350 Nm||S3 (8P)|
|BPJ||170||280 Nm||A6 (C6)|
|BUL||220||300 Nm||A4 (B7) DTM Edition|
|BWA||185||270 Nm||León (1P)|
|BWA||200||280 Nm||León (1P)|
|BWJ||241||300 Nm||León Cupra|
León Cupra MK2 Facelift
|BYD||230||300 Nm||Golf MK4 GTI Edition 35|
Golf MK5 GTI Edition 30
Golf MK5 GTI Pirelli Edition
|CDL||220||350 Nm||Polo R WRC|
|CDL||256||330 Nm||S3 (8P)|
Golf R (Australia, Japan, Middle East und North America)
|CDL||265||350 Nm||S3 (8P)|
León Cupra R MK2 Facelift
|CDL||271||350 Nm||TT S|
Golf R (Europe)
What has changed in 2.0 TFSI engines starting at 220 PS and higher?
From 220 PS, the following changes have been carried out in the TFSI to achieve greater performance:
- stronger pistons and piston pins,
- new piston rings,
- reinforced con rods,
- modified bearings,
- reinforced block on the main bearing line as well as crankshaft bracket,
- modified cylinder head for higher temperature resistance,
- set control times for the exhaust camshaft,
- improved cross section of the high-pressure injectors,
- 1.2 bar (value only for Audi S3(8P)) boost,
- K04 turbocharger with larger turbine and
- compressor wheel (S3, Cupra, GTI Edition 30).
Identify the right tuning parts for your 2.0L TFSI
With the engine code, you are always on the safe side when it comes to your parts. Because with the engine code, you can not only read the specifications of the engine. With its aid, you always find the right components for your 2.0 TFSI engine as well. The codes are not necessarily unique according to brand or model; often they have nothing to do with it.
Where do you find the engine code?
The spot in which you find your engine code varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. You can start with the operating manual or the service booklet. Otherwise, the code might be directly on the engine, on a type plate or stamped in (usually on the rear side). Or you’ll might find your engine code even on the cover of the toothed belt or in the trunk. If all else fails, your repair shop will help you.
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