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    Hyundai Genesis 2.0T

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    SMP-VP

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    Hyundai Genesis 2.0T

    Post  SMP-VP on Sun Mar 15, 2009 11:51 pm

    This 2.0t engine is said to have some similarities to the 2.0t 4B11 that is inside of the new EVO X When I find the site I'll post it but its said that even thought they are not the same engine their parts internally are interchangeable because they are both made jointly by Mitsubishi, Hyundai and Dodge(which is now made by the Germans) The new world class engine is what they call it. So you may be buying a Hyundai but the technology under the hood is a combination of car companies and may be you best bet when your looking for a reliable daily driver that you can tons of fun with her are the specs for the 2.0t the 3.8 isn't really a factor in this thread because we all love turbo's lol j/k the 3.8 specs are here too. The specs copied like this so I hope it isn't too confusing

    Engine 2.0T 3.8
    Type: Aluminum block/aluminum head Turbocharged Inline 4-cylinder V6
    Displacement (liters) 2.0 3.8
    Horsepower @ rpm 210@6000 306@6300
    Torque (lb.-ft) 223@2000 266@4700
    Compression ratio 9.4:1 10.4:1
    Valve train 16-valve DOHC w/ Dual CVVT 24-valve DOHC w/ Dual CVVT
    Fuel system: Multi-port Programmed Fuel Injection icon icon
    Ignition system: electronic icon icon
    Transmission 2.0T 3.8
    Drive configuration: rear wheel drive icon icon
    6-speed manual icon icon
    Electronic automatic with Paddle-shift SHIFTRONIC®️ 5-speed ZF 6-speed
    Final drive raio (MT) 3.9:1 3.5:1
    Final drive ratio (AT) 4.2:1 3.7:1
    Suspension 2.0T 3.8
    Front suspension: Dual-link MacPherson strut with gas charged shocks icon icon
    Rear suspension: 5-link Independent Monotube gas charged shocks icon icon
    Torsen Limited-slip differential Track Track
    Front stabilizer bar (standard/track) 24 mm / 25 mm 24 mm / 25 mm
    Rear stabilizer bar (standard/track) 19 mm / 22 mm 19 mm / 22 mm
    Power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering icon icon
    Front Strut Tower Brace icon icon
    Turning diameter, curb-to-curb (ft.) 37.4 37.4
    Ventilated front disc / solid rear disc brakes icon icon
    Brembo®️ Braking Sysem Track Track
    Electronic Stability Control (ESC) icon icon
    Traction Control System (TCS) icon icon
    4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) icon icon
    Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) icon icon
    Brake Assist icon icon
    Wheels (standard) 18" alloy wheels 18" alloy wheels
    Tires (front) 225/45VR-18 225/45VR-18
    Tires (rear) 245/45VR-18 245/45VR-18
    Wheels (Track Model) 19" alloy wheels 19" alloy wheels
    Tires (front) - Summer Compound* 225/40YR-19 225/40YR-19
    Tires (rear) - Summer Compound* 245/40YR-19 245/40YR-19
    * Not for snow or icy conditions
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    exterior Dimensions
    Items 2.0T 3.8
    Wheelbase (in.) 111.0 111.0
    Length (in.) 182.3 182.3
    Width (in.) 73.4 73.4
    Height (in.) 54.5 54.5
    Track (in., front/rear) 63.0 / 63.6 63.0 / 63.6
    Curb weight (lbs.) 3,294 - 3362 3389 - 3397
    Interior Dimensions
    Items 2.0T 3.8
    Head room (in., front/rear) 39.2 / 34.6 39.2 / 34.6
    Leg room (in., front/rear) 44.1 / 30.3 44.1 / 30.3
    Shoulder room (in., front/rear) 56.7 / 52.8 56.7 / 52.8
    Hip room (in., front/rear) 56.0 / 49.2 56.0 / 49.2
    Passenger volume (cu. ft.) 88.8 88.8
    Cargo volume (cu. ft.) 10.0 10.0
    EPA MILEAGE ESTIMATES*/FUEL CAPACITY
    Items 2.0T 3.8
    6-speed manual (city/highway) 21/30 17/26
    5-speed automatic (city/highway) 20/30 -
    6-speed automatic (city/highway) - 17/27
    Fuel tank capacity (gal.) 17.2 17.2
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    Midnight Motorsports

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    Re: Hyundai Genesis 2.0T

    Post  Midnight Motorsports on Thu Mar 19, 2009 8:03 pm

    Why would you want to change the internals of the 2.0t? The rods in the 2.0t are stronger than that of the evos. can't remember where i had a picture of the two in comparision. but u can tell a huge difference in the two. By the way Javin i'm gonna go look at ur project car tomorrow as long as its not raining

    Oh it might be nice if Hyundai was spelled correctly on the main page. KThnxBye!

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