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GM 2.7 liter 4 cylinder? #13989423 05/07/21 07:05 PM
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Anyone have one of these? I have thought about them since they were announced. I have been a big fan of the ecoboosts but this motor has always interested me, although the variable displacement is still a big thing i do not like.

Re: GM 2.7 liter 4 cylinder? [Re: redchevy] #13991881 05/10/21 03:26 PM
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Not an owner but am a big fan of turbo motors, having owned a couple 3.5 Ecoboosts. From what I hear on the GM related forums, folks seem the be very pleased with the 2.7L. The specs show it making a ton of torque at very low rpm. That's what you feel in the seat of your pants. As far as variable displacement, although I own a 2019 Denali crew cab with the DFM, I find it to be rather complicated and trouble prone. I'm not sure the 4 cyl 2.7L uses DFM?


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