To place the 1430 engine, we will say that it was a block of 4 cylinder of the Otto cycle, with a displacement of 1.438 cm3, which was rounded to name it commercially. Engine drift 1.197 cm3 from the 124, although its displacement was increased thanks to a larger diameter of the pistons.
It was fed by a Bressel or Weber brand 32 DHS carburettor, depending on the version, and originally delivered 70 CV at 5.400 laps. Later, it was boosted to 75 CV, until it reached 77 CV in its latest evolution. Torque figures were 105, 111 and 113 Nm respectively.
It had two valves per cylinder and a lateral camshaft moved by rods and rockers. As a curiosity, it was mounted longitudinally on the 1430, 124D and 131, while in 128, Sport 1430 “Bocanegra”, Rhythm, Fura Chrono and Round It was located transversely. Mounting him on the F1430 It was longitudinal and, moreover, it exerted a bearing function.
Without further ado, let's review, chronologically, the list of all the models that mounted the SEAT 1430 engine.