Welcome to FWM
"For the Spirited Driver in All of Us."
Factory W Motorworks [A company full of Madlads], was founded by a couple of good friends with experience in the aftermarket performance market. Together they had founded the company using their skill sets and knowledge back in 1994. Our engines and chassis and bodies are designed and built in house with highly skilled welders and machinists in the trade. Our brand mainly focuses on light and high performance coupes and sedans with spirited drivers in mind. From the Senso, the Aster and the punchy Rikka. Each with their specific 3 levels of trims and performance. The humble and efficent ES line. The punchy and agile GS line, and then the all out, in your face AE line.
We hope you take a liking to our models with intent for more to come. We are a growing company after all. So come on down and ask for a test drive.
Here is our Engine Lineup
How to read and understand FWM engine codes.
FWM uses simple abbreviations similar to Nissan’s and early 2-stroke Detroit Diesels
starting off with the engine platform will be a number to indicate the number of cylinders followed by a letter to indicate the style.
example 4i, 6i, 6v, 8v.
-Xi: Inline block.
-Xv: V block.
After this will be a period followed by two numbers that indicate the engine size in Liters.
example 8v.64 which means this engine is a 6.4L V8. The 4i.23 is a 2.3L Inline 4.
A hyphen ( - ) will follow to determine the type of Valvetrain and Fuel Injection system. The first letter determines the valvetrain.
O: Overhead Valve - Pushrod engine - 2 valves per cylinder.
S: Single Overhead Cam - 3 valves per cylinder.
D: Dual Overhead Cam - 4 valves per cylinder.
The next 3 Letters after will determine the type of Fuel Delivery System.
SFi: Throttle Body Injection.
MFi: Multiport Fuel Injection.
DFi: Direct Fuel Injection.
Some engine variants may have a special addition tagged on at the end. For instance our turbo engines will have a .T at the end. Or our high performance .AE race engine variants.
So by now you should be able to determine an FWM engine.
You can tell me what the 10v.93-ODFi.AE means.
At FWM, we have an engine that suits your desire, just we ask the question how far do you want to push the wall?
The Entire Line-Up is in this file
FWM Line Up.zip (316.9 KB)