Buy a 2.4L Kia/Hyundai Remanufactured Engine | Fraser Engine (2024)

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2.4L KIA, HYUNDAI REMANUFACTURED ENGINE

ZERO MILES - ALL UPDATES APPLIED

$3799

00

  • PART NUMBER: FEC24KH

  • Core Deposit - $300.00 (fully refundable)

  • Shipping (round trip) - CALL WITH ZIP CODE

  • Warranty - 1 Year / UNLIMITED Miles (upgrades available see below)

  • TOTAL: $3799.00 + CORE + SHIPPING

This engine is built back to original OEM specifications.

TINWARE (Oil Pan, Timing Cover, Oil Sump) – $349.00

ADD PREMIUM INSTALLATION KIT – $249.00

INSTALLATION KIT INCLUDES:

  • Water Pump
  • Thermostat
  • Air Filter
  • Oil Filter
  • Spark Plugs
  • Plug Wires or Boots
  • Belts
  • Hoses

INSTALLATION KITS VARY PER APPLICATION

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The FRASER ADVANTAGE™ Engine Re-manufacturing Process

STEP 1) ENGINE BLOCK DISASSEMBLY

Our journey begins with a thorough visual inspection of each engine block for casting defects. We meticulously disassemble the components, inspecting each part for damage and identifying the cause of failure. We remove oil and water passage plugs to guarantee optimal results during thermal cleaning. We select only premium castings for our marine blocks, insisting on replacements in all salt-water applications. For high-performance engines, we utilize premium cores, never employing repaired castings or sleeved blocks, preserving the authenticity of your classic car’s original block casting with our skilled technicians’ craftsmanship.

STEP 2) ENGINE BLOCK THERMAL CLEANING

We elevate engine parts to a new level of clean with our thermal cleaning system. This process evenly distributes heat throughout the chamber, avoiding overheating or warping. Components are heated in an oxygen-deficient atmosphere, decomposing combustible hydrocarbons and leaving parts dry. We use the Ace RKE 230 oven exclusively for cast iron blocks, ensuring ash residue is effortlessly removed in the subsequent stainless steel shot blasting phase.

STEP 3) ENGINE BLOCK SHOT BLASTING

Our shot-blasting method employs stainless steel shot to remove surface contamination like rust, creating a smoother finish. This step is vital for detecting surface and subsurface defects during quality inspection. The peening process imparts compression strength to the metal, preparing it for a preliminary defect inspection.

STEP 4) ENGINE BLOCK MAGNAFLUXING

We use magnetic particle inspection to detect cracks and imperfections in ferrous engine parts, ensuring the highest quality for our cast iron blocks. Before proceeding to aluminum blocks, we explain their specific cleaning, testing, and defect checking processes.

STEP 5) ENGINE BLOCK HIGH PRESSURE WASH

Aluminum engine blocks first encounter our AXE SW20 OS spray cleaning system, which removes all foreign material with its powerful spraying action and multi-integrated nozzles. This step is crucial for a thorough inspection.

STEP 6) ENGINE BLOCK SONIC CLEANING

We use ultrasonic cleaning for aluminum blocks, known as the benchmark in cleanliness. This method reaches inaccessible areas, breaking the bonds that hold small particles to surfaces. Post-cleaning, the block undergoes pressure testing.

STEP 7) ENGINE BLOCK PRESSURE TESTING

We employ the Delta Pressure tester to double-check for pinholes after magnafluxing and dye testing, ensuring the integrity of all castings used in our products.

STEP 8) ENGINE BLOCK PREPARATION

After a complete visual inspection, we repair minor casting defects, remove broken bolts, tap threads, and perform gasket surface repairs to minimize stock removal.

STEP 9) ENGINE BLOCK MACHINING

We use the RMC CNC V40 enclosed machining center for precise and versatile machining. This computerized machine measures and levels blocks, measures deck heights & cylinder bore sizes, eliminating operator error. Our machine determines Ra finish based on block type and gasket used, utilizing CBN cutters and checking surface finish with the Mitutoyo SJ-301.

STEP 10) ENGINE BLOCK ROD RECONDITIONING

The Sunnen LBB-1600 Hone, measuring accuracy within .0001″, is our choice for precision rod reconditioning and pin fitting, ensuring honed bores equal to or better than new rods. High-performance engines are fitted with ARP high-strength bolts and nuts prior to this step.

STEP 11) ENGINE BLOCK HONING

We are the first to use Rottler’s newest cylinder honing machine, ensuring the most accurate honing with cylinders finishing within .0001″ roundness and straightness. This machine continuously analyzes and corrects the bore, maintaining evolving engine designs’ critical oil clearances and machining tolerances.

STEP 12) ENGINE BLOCK HIGH PRESSURE WASH

After precise machining, our blocks undergo a second high-pressure wash cycle, ensuring absolute cleanliness for final assembly.

STEP 13) ENGINE BLOCK SONIC CLEANING

We ultrasonically clean all parts prior to assembly, ensuring the ultimate cleanliness level. This method reaches every surface and internal area, providing the cleaning force required for the most stringent standards.

STEP 14) ENGINE BLOCK ASSEMBLY

Each assembler at Fraser Engines conducts a thorough visual inspection and measures parts for proper size. We fit blocks with new cam bearings, oil restrictors, relief valves, new water and oil plugs, and more. Cylinder heads are installed with new bolts and gaskets, and each cylinder’s seal integrity is checked. The final inspection by our assembly manager ensures the highest quality for your remanufactured engine.

Fraser Engines is committed to delivering engines of exceptional quality and performance. Our rigorous, detailed remanufacturing process ensures every engine we deliver meets our high standards and exceeds your expectations.

THE GOLD STANDARD IN ENGINE REMANUFACTURING

1.) The COMEC ACF200

At Fraser Engines, we embrace cutting-edge technology to ensure that every engine we remanufacture meets the highest standards of quality and performance. A cornerstone of our state-of-the-art machinery is the ACF200 Cylinder Boring-Resurfacing Machine. This sophisticated equipment plays a pivotal role in our engine rebuilding process, allowing us to deliver products that consistently exceed expectations.

Precision Engineered for Excellence

The ACF200 is renowned for its precision and versatility. Our skilled technicians utilize this machine’s advanced capabilities to perform intricate machining tasks with unmatched accuracy.

  • Dual Functionality: Boring and resurfacing are critical steps in engine remanufacturing. The ACF200 excels in both, ensuring that each cylinder bore is machined to perfection and that every surface finish meets stringent specifications.
  • Unrivaled Accuracy: The ACF200’s precision engineering allows us to achieve the tight tolerances required for modern engines. This precision is not just about meeting specifications; it’s about ensuring the longevity and reliability of each Fraser Engine.
  • Adaptable to All Engine Types: The versatility of the ACF200 means that no engine is beyond our capability. Whether dealing with compact car engines or heavy-duty truck engines, our machine handles them all, making it an invaluable asset in our remanufacturing process.

The Fraser Engines Advantage

Incorporating the ACF200 into our remanufacturing process allows us to offer several distinct advantages:

  1. Meticulous Cylinder Machining: Each engine’s cylinders are bored and honed to exact dimensions, ensuring optimal fit and function. This meticulous attention to detail is crucial for the engine’s performance and the vehicle’s overall efficiency.

  2. Flawless Surface Finishing: Proper head gasket sealing is paramount in engine rebuilding. The ACF200 enables us to resurface engine blocks and cylinder heads to precise specifications, ensuring a perfect seal and reliable performance.

  3. Assured Quality and Performance: With the ACF200’s precision, every engine remanufactured at Fraser Engines is a testament to our commitment to quality. We don’t just rebuild engines; we enhance them, setting new benchmarks for performance and reliability in the remanufacturing industry.

2.) CNC Crankshaft Grinder

At Fraser Engines, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of remanufacturing innovation, and our CNC Crankshaft Grinder stands as a testament to this commitment. As a leading remanufacturer, we boast the utilization of CNC Crank Grinders, a technology that sets us apart and reinforces our position as an industry pioneer in the United States.

Cutting-Edge Technology in Every Turn

Our CNC Crankshaft Grinder represents the pinnacle of modern engineering, bringing the precision of fully automated production processes, typically exclusive to OEM plants, into our remanufacturing workflow.

  • One-Chucking Complete Grinding: Designed for efficiency and excellence, the CNC Crankshaft Grinder performs complete grinding of crankshafts in a single chucking. This advanced approach ensures consistency and precision throughout the entire process.

  • Unmatched Precision and Quality: The machine’s capabilities extend far beyond the current industry standards, offering:

    • Stabilized Dimensional Accuracy: Every crankshaft remanufactured at Fraser Engines benefits from unparalleled precision, maintaining exacting specifications for every component.
    • Superior Surface Quality: The CNC Crankshaft Grinder delivers a finish of the highest quality, ensuring each crankshaft’s longevity and performance.
    • Tighter Tolerances: With the advanced technology of our CNC Crankshaft Grinder, we achieve and consistently maintain the tightest tolerances, ensuring each remanufactured crankshaft meets rigorous standards.

3.) Flame Spray Technology

At Fraser Engines, we’re committed to innovation and excellence in every facet of our remanufacturing process. Our continuous pursuit of improvement and our investment in the latest technologies underscore this commitment. A shining example of our forward-thinking approach is the integration of state-of-the-art flame spray technology into our operations.

Pioneering with Flame Spray

Recently, Fraser Engines has taken a significant leap forward by incorporating the latest flame spray machine into our remanufacturing facilities. Installed and fully operational since 2016, this technology marks a new era in our production capabilities.

  • Setting New Standards in Finish Quality: The flame spray machine elevates our ability to meet and exceed the finish requirements for engine block cylinder bores. With this technology, Fraser Engines effortlessly surpasses the industry benchmarks for remanufacturing current model year engines.

  • Unparalleled Precision and Durability: Flame spray technology allows us to apply coatings with unmatched precision and uniformity, ensuring each engine block’s durability and performance are maximized. This process not only enhances the quality of the finished product but also extends the lifespan of the engines we remanufacture.

DESCRIPTION

Introducing the 2.4L Engine by KIA/HYUNDAI:

The Phoenix, a dynamic 2.4-liter engine crafted by KIA/HYUNDAI, is engineered to deliver optimal performance in a variety of vehicles. Embracing a sophisticated design with a dual overhead camshaft (DOHC) configuration, the KIA/HYUNDAI 2.4L engine combines efficiency and power seamlessly.

Debuting in select KIA and HYUNDAI models, the Phoenix engine showcases technological prowess. The 2.4L engine utilizes multi-point fuel injection and an innovative variable valve timing (VVT) system, enhancing fuel efficiency and overall driving experience. Its lightweight aluminum block contributes to improved fuel economy without compromising on durability.

Originally introduced in [mention the model and year], the Phoenix engine has undergone iterative improvements, incorporating advancements in combustion technology and electronic engine management. The result is a harmonious blend of performance and fuel efficiency, making it an ideal choice for a diverse range of vehicles.

In keeping with our commitment to quality, Fraser Engines proudly offers remanufactured versions of the KIA/HYUNDAI 2.4L Phoenix engine. Our comprehensive packages include the cylinder block, rotating assembly, cylinder head, valve train, and installation gasket set (oil pump not included).

Distinguishing ourselves from conventional practices, Fraser Engines employs a rigorous blueprinting process for all long blocks, ensuring precision and reliability. Components such as crankshafts, cylinder blocks, and cylinder heads are replaced with new, high-quality parts, rather than opting for repairs. This approach, coupled with precision machining using CNC equipment, guarantees that our remanufactured engines not only meet but often surpass OEM specifications.

At Fraser Engines, excellence is non-negotiable. Our commitment to providing top-tier remanufactured diesel engines extends to the KIA/HYUNDAI 2.4L Phoenix engine, ensuring that it continues to power vehicles with unparalleled efficiency and reliability.

Overview

MetricValue
Engine familyPhoenix
Displacement2.4 liters
AspirationGasoline
Configuration & cylindersDOHC (Dual Overhead Camshaft), four cylinders
Vehicle engine orientationTransverse
Valve configurationDOHC (Dual Overhead Camshaft)
Assembly sites[Specify the manufacturing location for KIA/HYUNDAI engines]
Predecessor[Specify the predecessor for the KIA/HYUNDAI 2.4L Engine]
Successor[Specify the successor for the KIA/HYUNDAI 2.4L Engine, if applicable]

TECH UPDATES

  • Bore and hone all cylinders to OEM clearances, ensuring precision within .0001 of an inch.
  • Decking of cylinder head(s) and block for optimal straightness.
  • Cutting valve seats and valves to the proper degree.
  • Line boring and honing of crankshaft/camshaft tunnels for enhanced durability.
  • Ground and polished crankshaft, coupled with a new or remanufactured camshaft(s) for improved performance.
  • Installation of new main bearings, rod bearings, pistons, piston rings, lifters, pushrods (if equipped), timing components, oil pump, and head bolts.

Component Highlights:

  • Bore and Hone: Ensures cylinders are machined to OEM specifications, maintaining precise clearances.
  • Decking: Enhances straightness for optimal engine performance.
  • Valve Seat and Valve Cutting: Precision work to optimize valve functionality.
  • Line Boring/Honing: Reinforces crankshaft and camshaft tunnels for increased durability.
  • Crankshaft and Camshaft: Ground, polished, and replaced for improved efficiency.
  • New Bearings, Pistons, and Timing Components: Vital components replaced for longevity and performance.
  • Internal Gaskets and Seals: Comprehensive replacement for a complete engine rebuild.
  • Finishing Gaskets: Provided for a seamless finish (may vary per application).

Expertly Remanufactured 2.4L KIA, HYUNDAI Engines by Fraser Engines & Transmissions

Fraser Engines & Transmissions is your trusted partner for 2.4L KIA, HYUNDAI engine remanufacturing, offering unmatched quality and performance. Our state-of-the-art remanufacturing process involves precision engineering and the use of high-grade materials, ensuring each engine surpasses original specifications for durability and reliability.

Comprehensive Warranty Support for Your Peace of Mind

We back our remanufactured 2.4L KIA, HYUNDAI with an industry-leading warranty, reflecting our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. This robust warranty coverage is our guarantee of reliability, offering you peace of mind with every purchase.

Tailored Consultation to Match Your Vehicle’s Needs

Our team of experts is dedicated to providing personalized consultation services, ensuring that your 2.4L KIA, HYUNDAI engine selection is perfectly aligned with your vehicle’s performance requirements. We focus on understanding your needs to recommend the best engine solution, promising optimal performance and seamless integration.

Transform Your Vehicle with a Remanufactured 2.4L KIA, HYUNDAI Engine

Opting for a remanufactured 2.4L KIA, HYUNDAI engine from Fraser Engines & Transmissions means choosing an upgrade that enhances your vehicle’s efficiency, power, and reliability. Explore our selection of premium remanufactured engines today and take the first step towards a superior driving experience.

VEHICLE FITMENTS

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Vehicle ModelTransmissionDrive WheelsPower @ RPMTorque (lb-ft) @ RPM
KIA Optima (2011 – 2014)Six-speed automaticFWD200 @ 6,000186 @ 4,000
Hyundai Sonata (2011 – 2016)Six-speed automaticFWD185 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000
KIA Sorento (2015 – 2015)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD185 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport (2017)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD185 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000
KIA Optima (2017)Six-speed automaticFWD185 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000
Hyundai Sonata (2018 – 2020)Eight-speed automaticFWD185 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000
KIA Sorento (2018 – 2019)Eight-speed automaticFWD / AWD185 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000
Hyundai Santa Fe (2020 +)Eight-speed automaticFWD / AWD185 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000
KIA K5 (2021 +)Eight-speed automaticFWD180 @ 6,000195 @ 4,000
Hyundai Tucson (2022 +)Eight-speed automaticFWD / AWD187 @ 6,000178 @ 4,000

SPECIFICATIONS

MetricValue
Bore88 mm
Stroke97 mm
Compression ratio11.3:1
Max power @ RPM200 hp @ 6,000 rpm
Max torque @ RPM186 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm
Cylinder headAluminum
Cylinder blockAluminum
Camshaft driveChain

BREAK-IN PROCEDURE

Use conventional or break-in oil (non-synthetic) for the first 600 miles of operation. Do not drive for long periods at any single speed, always vary your speed. Do not tow a trailer or put other heavy loads on the vehicle. Check the engine oil and coolant levels daily.

At 600 Miles change the engine oil and filter using conventional (non-synthetic) oil. Check fuel and ignition settings; adjust valves (where applicable).

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