Perkins diesel marine engine

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PERKINS MARINE ENGINE 90 SERIES

Perkins M92B is a 4 cylinder, in-line vertical, 4 stroke, water cooled, naturally aspirated diesel engine. Fresh water heat exchanger cooled engine with gear driven self priming raw water and fresh water pumps or keel cooling adaption. Fresh water cooled exhaust manifold, intake manifold and heat exchanger. The Perkins Marine M92B engine is the successor to the very successful M92. It has been inspired by and led by the future requirements of our customers to meet the needs of the marine industry. Built to the most demanding standards, the M92B engine meets all the requirements of both EC Stage 2 and USA EPA Tier 2 off-highway emissions legislation from 2004 and brings significant improvements over the M92 highly successful predecessor. The M92B is a quiet 4.4 litre unit delivering improved performance and reduced operating costs in an efficient package ideal for a range of marine applications. Service intervals are now set at 500 hours as standard and the warranty period has been extended to 2 years with 3 years on majors. In addition, fuel economy has improved by as much as 6%.

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Perkins Engines (officially Perkins Engines Company Limited), a subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., is primarily a diesel engine manufacturer for several markets including Agricultural, Construction, Material Handling, Power Generation and Industrial. It was established in Peterborough, England, in 1932. Over the years Perkins has expanded its engine ranges and produces thousands of different engine specifications including diesel and gas engines.

High-speed diesel engines
F. Perkins Limited, incorporated on 7 June 1932, was founded in Queen Street, Peterborough, to design and manufacture high-speed diesel engines by Frank Perkins and Charles Wallace Chapman (1897–1979). Chapman was design engineer (technical director) and company secretary and was given a ten percent shareholding. He was to remain with the business for more than a decade before re-joining the RNVR though remaining a consultant to the company. Frank Perkins obtained further initial support from directors Alan J M Richardson and George Dodds Perks.

Before Chapman and Perkins the diesel engine was a heavy and slow revving workhorse, lacking performance. Chapman’s concept was the high-speed diesel – an engine that could challenge gasoline as the primary motive power. The world’s first high-speed diesel engine was Perkins’ four-cylinder Vixen, which made its debut in 1932, and in October 1935 Perkins became the first company to hold six world diesel speed records for a variety of distances set at the Brooklands race track in Surrey. Sales were strong and by the time of World War II the company made two series of engines, P4 and P6. Soon after the war, the company went public, and established a number of licensees for local manufacturing and sale.

Massey-Ferguson
F. Perkins Ltd was purchased by its largest customer, Massey Ferguson, in 1959. Keeping its separate identity, the business continued under the name of Perkins Engines and in 1994 became a subsidiary of LucasVarity. Development continued and Perkins updated its engines to meet stricter emissions rules while developing new series for power generation and forklift trucks.

Caterpillar
A supplier to Caterpillar Inc. since the 1970s, Perkins was bought by Caterpillar in 1998 for US$1.325 billion, creating what they claimed was the world’s largest diesel engine manufacturer. With an ever-expanding global footprint Perkins now has manufacturing facilities in the United Kingdom, United States, Brazil, China, India and a joint venture with Ishikawajima-Shibaura-Machinery company in Japan. On 1 January 2009 Gwenne Henricks became President of Perkins Engines replacing Hans Haefeli, after having worked in Caterpillar’s Electronics and Connected Worksite Division in North America. Henricks is also a vice-president of Caterpillar.

Discontinued products
Various Perkins diesel engines have been made for industrial, agricultural, construction, material handling, marine and power generation markets, and Perkins Gas-based engines (Natural Gases, Landfill Gas, Digester Gas, Bio Gas, Mine Gas) are used for continuous power generation.

Perkins’ 1.6 litre (99 cubic inch) P4C engine, producing 45 or 60 hp (45 kW), was popular in Europe and Israel for taxis and commercially driven cars during the 1950s and early 1960s; many cars, including American imports, were retrofitted with these engines for taxi use, with kits made by Hunter NV of Belgium. Perkins engines were also used as standard factory equipment in Jeeps and Dodge trucks in the United States in the 1960s. They also continued to be popular in European trucks from their original customer, Commer and other companies.

The Perkins 6.354 medium duty engine was designed to be compact enough to replace petrol/gasoline V8 engines in trucks, despite its in-line six-cylinder design. Producing 112 horsepower (84 kW) in early years (later rising to 120 hp), it had a small jackshaft driven by the timing gears for the auxiliary drive, with the oil pump driven by a quill shaft so it could run auxiliary equipment at engine speed with simple couplings.

Acquisitions
After acquiring Rolls-Royce Diesels of Shrewsbury in 1984, Perkins continued to supply British Rail with engines for its diesel multiple units. Perkins went on to purchase Gardner Engines in the summer of 1986 to complement their line of lighter diesel engines.

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19327th June, Frank Perkins formed and registered the company F Perkins Limited to develop and manufacture the lightweight high speed Diesel engine.
1933The first year of trading realised total output of 35 engines.
1936Total output was 556 engines � 140 employees.
1937The P6 was launched alongside the P4 (originally Puma) followed by the S6 marine engine. Sales specifications listed a total of 650 different applications.
1938The entire Perkins product range, including the Wolf, Lynx and Leopard I and II was now available in vehicle, industrial, marine and agricultural versions. Through the war years, the company reorganised itself to devote most of its output to manufacturing marine diesels. Total output during the conflict exceeded 12,000 engines.
1940Eastfield plant opened and production officially commenced on November 10th 1947 – a turning point in the history of Perkins, transforming it from a small, family business to a large, modern company which would ultimately assume world-leader status
1950�sF. Perkins Limited became a public company Simpson and Co of India became the first Perkins Licensee. Perkins had 4,000 people on the payroll producing 25,218 engines Perkins was acquired by Massey-Ferguson on 23rd January
1960�sFactory 2 produced its first 4.236 engine. Perkins received the Queen�s Award to Industry for export achievement.� Frank Perkins died on October 15th 1967, peacefully at his home aged 78 New research engineering centre opened in Peterborough.
1970�sPerkins opens most advanced noise cell of its type for engine noise measurement� Squish lip combustion system introduced
1980�s5 millionth Perkins engine produced.� Prima diesel car engine launched
Acquisition of Rolls Royce Diesel International, later to be known as Perkins Engines (Shrewsbury) Ltd. 10 millionth Perkins engine produced
Alliance signed with ISM for the production of 100 Series range of engines from 5 � 50hp
1990�sPerkins receives the Queens Award for Technological Achievement for the Prima engine.� 900 Series engine range launched.� Ten-year supply agreement signed with Caterpillar Inc.� Powerpart Distribution Centre relocated to purpose-built centre at Irlam, Manchester.� Prime Minister visits Perkins and presents ISO 9000 accreditation to the five business unitM.D.�s.� Acquisition of Dorman Diesels Limited, Staffordshire, to be known as Perkins Engines (Stafford) Ltd.� 700 Series engine range launched in Munich. Perkins signed a 5-year agreement worth more than $150 million to supply engines to Case, one of the world�s largest manufacturers of tractors.� New 1000 Series range of Industrial and Agricultural engines launched.� An �80 million contract to supply engines and parts to NACCO Materials Handling Group Inc., the world�s largest lift truck manufacturer 15 millionth Perkins engine produced.
Caterpillar Inc buys Perkins.
2000Perkins launches the 400 Series. This latest range is a significant evolution of the successful 100 Series range, extending the power outputs up to 45kW (60bhp).
2001Perkins previews 1100 Series at Bauma in April. This range of nine engine models provides power outputs from 39 to 130kW (53 to 175 bhp). 1100 Series launched to the UK and European media in October

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Perkins Engine ID Guide (PDF) (Dated 1/09) From www.marinepartsexpress.com
Perkins Engine ID Guide (PDF) (Dated 1/09) From AEABoats Archive.


TABLE KEY: (Table still under development)
⊗ = Data Not Available from Data Source, ? = …? = ¿…? = Data Not Confirmed.
DS = Data Source: (such as Webpages, DataSheets or SpecSheets, Catalogs, Manuals, etc) with Links.
^  __ = Source wLink, W… = Westerbeke, Ww = Westerbeke Webpage, Ws = Westerbeke SpecSheet.
^  BD = BoatDiesel.com = …B, …d = Directory, …w = Webpage, …s = SpecSheet, …c = Catalog/Brochure,
^  …o = Operator’s Manual, …m = Service/Technical Manual, …1,2,3,A,B,C,etc = Source #, Version, Revision.
CYL = Cylinder Configuration “-” Number “−” Liner Type:
^  Cylinder Configuration: U = u… = Upright (Vertical), I = In-Line,
^  Liner: W = Wet Liner(s), D = Dry Liner(s), WD = Combo Wet+Dry Liners,
^  ^  P = Parent/Native Bore, C = Cylinder(s) (Independent), b… = Borable Oversize,
^  ^  S = Sleeved (Press fit?), Liner type determined from Service Manual and/or Parts List.
BORE & STROKE: …mm = Millimeters, …” = …in = Inches.
DISPLACEMENT: …cc = Cubic Centimeters (cm³), …L = Liters (Litres), …ci = Cubic Inches (“³).
⇑ = Base Engine Manufacturer, ⇒ = Engine Mariniser (Marinizer).
MODEL: EC = Engine Code.
RATING: See Engine Duty Ratings at end of this table.
ASP: N = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged,
^  Ta = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, Ti = Turbocharged and Intercooled,
^  …S = …s = w/Seawater Intercooler, …R = …r = w/Raw Water Intercooler.
^  -Fueling: M = Mechanical Injection, iI = Integral Injector, Cr = Common Rail, E = Electronic Injection.
kW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower.
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute.
YEARS MFR’d: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  “–”  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production.
^  Data from Westerbeke Propulsion Model History (12/8/05) updated from Westerbeke Website.


1489cc / 90.88ci
(British Leyland 4-91)

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
British Leyland 4-91WwuI-4−Ps⊗mm⊗mm2.80in3.5in⊗L / 91.00ci
British Leyland 4-91WsuI-4−Ps⊗mm⊗mm2 7/8in3½in⊗L / 91ci
British Leyland 4-91WmuI-4−Ps73.05mm88.9mm2.8760in3.50in1489cc / 90.88ci
BRITISH LEYLAND
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4-91 − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
? PERKINS?
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4-91? − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4-91 − ⊗DsN-M1969-1975
W 30 − ⊗WdN-M2525001975-1981
W 30 − ⊗WsN-M2525001975-1981

NOTES:
⇑ BRITISH LEYLAND: 4-91 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇑ PERKINS: MODEL Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: 4-91 Webpage. Brochure. Parts List (from L-36). .
⇒ WESTERBEKE: W 30 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. Parts List. Technical Manual. Formerly 4-91.

1.490L / 90.9ci~91ci

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
MfrModelWwuI-4−P⊗mm⊗mm3.07in3.07in⊗L / 91.00ci
MfrModelWsuI-4−P78mm78mm3.07in3.07in1.490L / 91.00ci
MfrModelWouI-4−P⊗mm⊗mm3.07in3.07in⊗L / 91ci
MfrModelWwuI-4−P⊗mm⊗mm3.07in3.07in⊗L / 91.00ci
MfrModelWsuI-4−P78mm78mm3.07in3.07in1.490L / 91ci
MfrModelWouI-4−P⊗mm⊗mm3.07in3.07in⊗L / 91ci
MfrModelWwuI-4−P⊗mm⊗mm3.07in3.07in⊗L / 90.93ci
MfrModelWsuI-4−P78mm78mm3.07in3.07in1.49L / 90.93ci
MfrModelWmuI-4−P78mm78mm3.07in3.07in1.49L / 90.9ci
MfrBRAND
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
W 33 − ⊗WdN-M3330001980-1984
W 33 − ConWsN-M28*30001980-1984
W 33 − IntWsN-M32*30001980-1984
W 33 − MaxWsN-M3330001980-1984
WMD 9.4 50hz − GenWmN-M1980-1984
WMD 12.5 60hz − GenWmN-M1980-1984
W 33A − ⊗WdN-M3130001984-1988
W 33A − UsableWsN-M2120001984-1988
W 33A − ConWsN-M28*30001984-1988
W 33A − UsableWsN-M3130001984-1988
W 33A − IntWsN-M32*30001984-1988
W 33A − MaxWsN-M3330001984-1988
9.4 BTD 50hz − GenWmN-M1984-1988
12.5 BTD 60hz − GenWmN-M1984-1988
42B Four − ⊗WdN-M4236001987-1999
42B Four − ⊗WsN-M31.34236001987-1999
9.4 BTDA 50hz − GenWmN-M1987-1999
12.5 BTDA 60hz − GenWmN-M1987-1999

NOTES:
⇑ MANUFACTURER: MODEL Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: W 33 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. Operator’s Manual. Parts List. Service Manual. *BHP from SpecSheet Performance Curve.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: W 33A Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. Operator’s Manual. Parts List. Service Manual. *BHP from SpecSheet Performance Curve.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: 42B Four Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. Operator’s Manual. Parts List. Service Manual. Wiring Diagram Rev J. Wiring Diagram Rev K, Wiring Diagram Rev L. Wiring Diagram Rev M, Wiring Diagram Rev N.

99?ci

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
MfrModelDsuI-?−⊗⊗mm⊗mm?in?in?L / ?ci
MfrBRAND
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
LB-49 − ⊗DsN-M1975-1980

NOTES:
⇑ MANUFACTURER: MODEL Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ .

1.621L / 99ci
(Perkins 4.99)

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Perkins 4.99WwuI-4−W⊗mm⊗mm3.00in3.50in⊗L / 99.00ci
Perkins 4.99WsuI-4−W⊗mm⊗mm3.00in3.50in⊗L / 99ci
Perkins 4.99WmuI-4−W76.2mm88.9mm3.00in3.50in1.621L / 99ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.99 − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4-99 − ?WdN-M?34?30001960-1963
4-99 − ConWsN-M?33?30001960-1963
4-99 − IntWsN-M?40?36001960-1963

NOTES:
⇑ PERKINS: 4.99 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: 4-99 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Technical Manual.

1.760L / 107.4ci
(Perkins 4.107)

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Perkins 4.107WwuI-4−W⊗mm⊗mm3.13in3.50in⊗L / 107.00ci
Perkins 4.107WsuI-4−W⊗mm⊗mm3.13in3.50in⊗L / 107.00ci
Perkins 4.107WmuI-4−W79.37mm88.9mm3.125in3.5in1.760L / 107.4ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.107 − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4-107 − ⊗WwN-M4030001963-1975
4-107 − ConWsN-M36*30001963-1975
4-107 − ⊗WsN-M4030001963-1975
4-107 − NMIWsN-M45*36001963-1975
4-107 − SPRMWsN-M47*40001963-1975

NOTES:
⇑ PERKINS: 4.107 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: 4-107 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. Parts List. Service Manual. *BHP from SpecSheet Performance Curve.

1.760L / 107.4ci
(Perkins 4.108)

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Perkins 4.108WwuI-4−D⊗mm⊗mm3.13in3.50in⊗L / 107.00ci
Perkins 4.108WsuI-4−D79.37mm88.9mm3.125in3.5in1.760L / 107.4ci
Perkins 4.108WmuI-4−D79.37mm88.9mm3.125in3.5in1.760L / 107.4ci
Perkins 4.108WwuI-4−D⊗mm⊗mm3.13in3.50in⊗L / 107.00ci
Perkins 4.108WsuI-4−D⊗mm⊗mm3.125in3.50in⊗L / 107.00ci
Perkins 4.108WmuI-4−D79.37mm88.90mm3.125in3.5in1.760L / 107.4ci
Perkins 4.108Wm?uI-4−D79.37mm88.9mm3.125in3.5in1.760L / 107.4ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.108 − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4-108 − ⊗DsN-M1975-1978
W 40 − ⊗WdN-M3730001978-1990
W 40 − ConWsN-M3730001978-1990
W 40 − MaxWsN-M4030001978-1990
W 40A − ⊗WdN-M3730001978?-1990?
W 40A − ⊗WsN-M3730001978?-1990?
40NA − ⊗WmN-M3730001985-1990
14088B Navy − ⊗DsN-M1990-1993

NOTES:
⇑ PERKINS: 4.108 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: 4-108 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒WESTERBEKE: W 40 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: W 40A Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: 40NA Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.
⇒ WESTERBEKE: 14088B Navy Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

2.523L / 153.9ci

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Perkins 4.154DsuI-4−D⊗mm⊗mm⊗in⊗in⊗L / 154ci
Perkins 4.154PmuI-4−D89.9mm101.6mm3.5in4.0in2.523L / 153.9ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.154 − ConPmN-M55300019??-19??
4.154 − IntPmN-M70360019??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4-154 − ⊗DsN-M1972-1977

NOTES: Westerbeke Webpage. SpecSheet. Installation Drawing. Operator’s Manual. Parts List. Parts Manual. Perkins Parts Manual. Service Manual. Technical Manual. Perkins Workshop Manual. Wiring Diagram. Wiring Diagram Rev A. Wiring Diagram Rev B. Wiring Diagram Rev C.

154.00ci

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Perkins 4.154WwuI-4−⊗⊗mm⊗mm3.50in4.00in⊗L / 154.00ci
Perkins 4.154WsuI-4−⊗⊗mm⊗mm3.50in4.00in⊗L / 154.00ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.154 − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
W 58 − ⊗WdN-M5830001981-1991
W 58 − ⊗WsN-M581981-1991
W 58 − ConWsN-M3820001981-1990
W 58 − ConWsN-M46.925001981-1990
W 58 − ConWsN-M52.830001981-1990
W 58 − IntWsN-M44.820001981-1990
W 58 − IntWsN-M55.225001981-1990
W 58 − IntWsN-M6230001981-1990
W 58 − ⊗WsN-M6936001981-1990

NOTES:
+
Developed by Perkins for Mazda. Produced only by Perkins licencee Toyo Kogyo (Mazda). Designed with sister engine 6.231. Later developed into 4.165/6.247 family.
WesterbekeWebpage. SpecSheet. Operator’s Manual. Parts List. Technical Manual.

2520cc / 154.2ci

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Perkins 4.154WwuI-4−⊗⊗mm⊗mm3.50in4.00in⊗L / 154.20ci
Perkins 4.154WsuI-4−⊗89mm101.6mm3.50in4.00in⊗L / 154.20ci
Perkins 4.154WmuI-4−⊗89mm101.6mm3.50in4.00in2520cc / 154.2ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.154 − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
W 60 − ⊗WdN-M5325001977-1980
W 60 − ConWsN-M4825001977-1980
W 60 − IntWsN-M5325001977-1980
W 60 − IntWsN-M6030001977-1980
W 60 − ConWmN-M5325001977-1980
W 60 − IntWmN-M6030001977-1980

NOTES: WesterbekeWebpage. SpecSheet. Parts List. Service Manual.

2.5L / 154.00ci

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Perkins 4.154WwuI-4−⊗⊗mm⊗mm3.50in4.00in⊗L / 154.00ci
Perkins 4.154WsuI-4−⊗88.9mm101.6mm3.50in4.00in2.5L / 154.00ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.154 − ⊗DsN-M19??-19??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
71B Four − ⊗WdN-M7136001991-1994
71B Four − ⊗WsN-M7136001991-1994

NOTES: WesterbekeWebpage. SpecSheet. Operator’s Manual. Parts List. Service Manual. Wiring Diagram Rev J. Wiring Diagram Rev K, Wiring Diagram Rev L. Wiring Diagram Rev M, Wiring Diagram Rev N.

2.5L / 154.00ci

BASE ENGINEDSCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Base EngineWwuI-4−⊗⊗mm⊗mm3.50in4.00in⊗L / 154.00ci
Perkins 4.154WsuI-4−⊗88.9mm101.6mm3.50in4.00in2.5L / 154.0ci
PERKINS
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
4.154 − ⊗DsN-M19??-20??
⇒ WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATINGDSASPkWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'd
71C Four − ⊗WdN-M71⊗36001994-20??
71C Four − ⊗WsN-M527136001994-20??

NOTES: WesterbekeWebpage. SpecSheet. Installation Drawing. Operator’s Manual. Parts List. Service Manual. Wiring Diagram Rev J. Wiring Diagram Rev K, Wiring Diagram Rev L. Wiring Diagram Rev M, Wiring Diagram Rev N.

Click on Links for Model Pages with Spec Sheets, Manuals, Drawings,

s, etc.

TABLE KEY:
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = Vertical In-Line, s =Slanted, h = Horizontal, n = Inverted
-CYL: V = V,
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, C = Combo Wet & Dry Liners, P = Parent/ Bore, S = Sleeved
−CYL:  ? = Not Published
CODE = Engine Code, MODEL NUMBER PREFIX: H = Horizontal Cylinder Configuration, T = Turbocharged
RATING: CC = Commercial Craft, PC = Pleasure Craft, HS = High Speed Pleasure Craft

(See Duty Ratings at end of this table)
ASP: NA = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged
ASP: TA = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, TI = Turbocharged and Intercooled
KW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, SHP = Shaft Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower, ? = Not Published
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  –  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
ModelIL-?−??mm?mm?in?in?L / ?ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
?NA????19??-19??
?T????19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
3.152IL-3−?91.4mm127mm?in?in2.5L / 152ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
CD – 3.152 − ?NA????19??-19??
?? – F3.152 − ?NA????2/1962-9/1964
CE – D3.152 − ?NA????19??-19??
CF – G3.152 − ?NA????19??-19??
CG – P3.152 − ?NA????19??-19??
CJ – 3.1522 − ?NA????19??-19??
CM – 3.1524 − PP?NA25?33.5??1500?19??-19??
CM – 3.1524 − SP?NA27.5?37??1500?19??-19??
CM – 3.1524 − PP?NA28?37.5??1800?19??-19??
CM – 3.1524 − SP?NA31?42??1800?19??-19??
CN – T3.1524 − ?T????19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
4.99IL-4−W76.2mm88.9mm3.0in3.5in1621cc / 1.6L / 99ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWSHPBHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
EA – 4.99 − CCNA?33?300019??-19??
EA – 4.99 − PCNA?40?360019??-19??
EA – 4.99 − HSNA?43?400019??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
4.107IL-4−W79.37mm88.9mm3.125in3.5in1760cc / 1.8L / 107.5ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWSHPBHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
EB – 4.107 − CCNA?36?300019??-19??
EB – 4.107 − PCNA?45?360019??-19??
EB – 4.107 − HSNA?48?400019??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
4.108IL-4−D79.37mm88.9mm3.125in3.5in1760cc / 1.8L / 107.5ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWSHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
ED – 4.108 − CCNA?37?300019??-19??
ED – 4.108 − PCNA?45?360019??-19??
ED – 4.108 − HSNA?47?400019??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
4.154IL-4−?88.9mm101.6mm3.5in4.0in2523cc / 2.523L / 154ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWSHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
GA – 4.154 − CCNA?55??3000?19??-19??
GA – 4.154 − PCNA?62??3000?19??-19??
GA – 4.154 − HS?NA?70??3600?19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
4.236IL-4−D98.4mm127mm3.875in5in3.9L / 236ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
LD – 4.236 − ?NA?77??19??(83)-19??
LD – 4.236 − ?NA?85?250019??(83)-19??
LE – G4.236? − ?NA????19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
S6IL-6−??mm?mm?in?in?L / ?ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWSHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
? – S6 − ?NA????5/1939-10/1962
? – S6 − ?T????19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
6.354IL-6−D98.4mm127mm3.875in5in5.8L / 354ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
TC – 6.354 − ?NA????19??-19??
TD – H6.354 − ?NA????19??-19??
TE – T6.354 − ?T????19??-19??
TF – HT6.354 − ?T????19??-19??
TG – 6.3541 − ?T????19??-19??
TH – T6.3541 − ?T????19??-19??
TJ – 6.3542 − ?T????19??-19??
TU? – 6.3544(M)* − LCN85114?250019??(87)-19??
TU? – 6.3544(M)* − PCN?120?280019??(87)-19??
TU? – 6.3544(M)* − HS?N100.7135?280019??(87)-19??
TU? – T6.3544(M)* − LCT???2500?19??(83)-19??
TU? – T6.3544(M)* − PCT?145?280019??(83)-19??
TU? – T6.3544(M)* − HS?T?165?280019??(83)-19??
NOTES: *Range 4.
ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
8.510V-8−??mm?mm?in?in8.4L / 510ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
XA – V8.510 − ?NA????19??-19??
XB – TV8.510 − ?T????19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
8.540V-8−??mm?mm?in?in?L / ?ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
XC – V8.540 − ?NA????19??-19??
XD – TV8.540 − ?T????19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
8.640V-8−??mm?mm?in?in?L / ?ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
ZA – V8.640 − ?NA????19??-19??
ZB – TV8.640 − ?T????19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
T12V*-12−??mm?mm?in?in?L / ?ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
? – T12 − ?NA????19??-19??
? – T12 − ?T????19??-19??
*NOTES: Two banks of six cylinders arranged in a V. Produced for marine use during the WWII.
ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
ModelIL-?−??mm?mm?in?in?L / ?ci
CODE – MODEL − RATINGASPKWHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
? – ? − ?NA????19??-19??
? – ? − ?T????19??-19??
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(Model #s from 4.108 Shop Manual)
Perkins D2.101
Perkins 3.144
Perkins 3.152
Perkins 4.99 (Wet Cylinder Liners)
Perkins 4.107 (Wet Cylinder Liners)
Perkins 4.108 (Dry Cylinder Liners)
Perkins 4.154
Perkins 4.165
Perkins 4.192
Perkins 4.203
Perkins 4.212
Perkins 4.224
Perkins 4.236
Perkins 4.248
Perkins 4.270
Perkins 4.300
Perkins 4.318
Perkins 6.247
Perkins 6.288
Perkins 6.305
Perkins 6.306
Perkins 6.335
Perkins 6.354
Perkins 6.357
Perkins V8.510
Perkins V8.540
Perkins V8.605
Perkins V8-640
Prima
Prima M50
Perkins 100 Series
Perkins 200 Series
Perkins 400 Series
Perkins 700 Series
Perkins 800 Series
Perkins 900 Series
Perkins 1000 Series
Perkins 1100 Series
Perkins 1200 Series
Perkins 2500 Series
Perkins 2800 Series
Perkins M20, M30, M50, M60, M80


M65
M85T
M92
M115T
M265TI
M300TI
4GM
4TGM
700GM

User Handbooks & Installation Manuals from Perkins for out of production engine models
Perkins Workshop Manual for 4.154 (1976) from kp44.org
Perkins Parts Manual (2nd Is) for 4.154 (8/78) from kp44.org


Following List of Perkins Engines Codes from www.marinepartsexpress.com

Family Type CodeEngine Ref NumberCylindersCapacityProduction DatesNotes
AA4.40
ABT4.40
ACC4.40
ADCC4.40
AEFCC4.40Federal emissions
AFG4.40Gasoline engine
AGH4.40Horizontal
AHTH4.40
AJ4.401
AKT4.401
ALCCA4.401
AMCCW4.401
APN4.401Narrow front end
AQTN4.401
AR4.421
ASH4.421
ATCCAN4.401
BA4.20Produced as a joint venture between Perkins, UK government and the then Austin Rover Group. Based on the Austin Rover O series engine this engine had major parts produced at Longbridge by Austin Rover with final assembly by Perkins. It was entirely designed by Perkins who also sold it to external customers. It was used by Austin Rover in the ? and by LDV Limited in their 2.5 tonne van.
BBT4.20As with the 4.20. Used by Austin Rover in the Montego and later the Maestro.|
CAP3Three cylinder diesel engine1953-11 to1967-03Engine serial is a seven digit number beginning with 1000251. 67,433 engines were produced. Uses a timing chain.
noneF3Three cylinder diesel engineproduced from 1957-08 to1964-10Built for Ford, with Simms injector pump. (Ford supplied all the block and head castings).
CB3.144
CCP3.144Three cylinder,144 in³ (2.4 L) diesel engine1957-03 to 1969-05.Family type is CC. 2691 >United Kingdom-built engines and 454 France-built engines were produced for Massey Ferguson; 30346 were produced for other customers.
CD3.152
noneF3.152Three cylinder154 in³ (2.5 L) diesel engineproduced from 1962-02 to 1964-09No family type. Built for Ford (Ford supplied the block & head castings) 64,496 made. Fitted to the Supper Dexta
CED3.152Direct injection versions of earlier 3.152 engine types. Produced for Massey Ferguson and other customers including Volvo (tractors)
CFG3.152G denotes “gas” or ” gasolene” version. Spark ignition variant of D3152 produced for common installation in Fork lift truck where D3152 engine was specified.
CGP3.152
CJ3.1522Development of D3152 using Perkins “squish lip” piston to give improved driveability of engine in emissions sensitive applications such as Fork Lift.
CM3.1524Uprated D3152 engine. Board decision named this engine .4 despite no .3 ever existing due to recent launch of 6.354.4 and its success.
CNT3.1524Turbocharged version of 3.152.4. Initially used by Lindner, later by Massey Ferguson.
CP3.27
CRT3.27
CTG3.27
EA4.99Four cylinder,99 in³ (1.6 L)diesel engine. Wet sleeves, used in London Taxis.
EB4.107Four cylinder,107.5 in³ (1.8 L)diesel engine. Wet sleeves. Commonly used in marine applications.
ECT4.107Four cylinder,107.5 in³ (1.8 L)Very rare
(perhaps never produced)
turbocharged diesel engine. Wet sleeves. .
ED4.108Four cylinder,108 in³ (1,760 cm³)diesel engine. Dry sleeves. Used extensively in vans and cars, Ford Transit, Opel Blitz, Alfa Romeo Giulia, Alfa Romeo Giulietta.
GA4.154Four cylinder,154 in³ diesel engine.Designed with sister engine 6.231 but only produced by licencee Toyo Kogyo (Mazda). Later developed into 4.165/6.247 family.
GB4.135Based on 4.154.Produced only by Toyo Kogyo. (Mazda) Variant used in ’82-’84 B2200 trucks and in ’83-’84 Ford Ranger Diesels. Pushrod, dry sleeves and gear drive
GC4.182Based on 4.154. Produced only by Toyo Kogyo (Mazda)
GD4.25
GE4.30
HA4.165Four cylinder,165 in³ diesel engineBased on 4.154. Assembled by Perkins in Hannover for VW LT van.
JAP4Four cylinder diesel engineproduced1937-06 to1967-0597,390 engines were produced.
JB4.192Four cylinder192 in³ (3.1 L) diesel engine.produced from 1958-05 to 1972-01
JCP4.192no information
JD4.203Four cylinder203 in³ diesel engine.
noneL4produced from 1952-10 to 1961-07Four cylinder diesel engine. Commonly used in agricultural applications. No family type. Regarded as grandfather to later 4.236.
JED4.203used in the MF 65 tractor
JFG4.203
JG4.2032
LA4.212Four cylinder212 in³ (3.5 L) diesel engine.Essentially, a 4.236 with a smaller stroke.
LCnonePrototypeThis family type was reserved for a 224 in³ version of the 4.236, but never entered production.
LD4.236Four cylinder,236 in³ (3.9 L) diesel engine.
LEG4.236Four cylinder,236 in³ (3.9 L) gasoline (or propane) engine.
LF4.248Four cylinder,248 in³ (4.1 L) diesel engine.Essentially, a 4.236 with a larger bore.
LG4.2482This development of the 4.236 series was designed to use the Perkins “squish lip” piston which gave emissions benefits although had lower specific output compared to conventional direct injection engines. It was used in fork lift applications as an alternative to the smaller swept volume 4.236.
LHC4.236Four cylinder236 in³ (3.9 L)“Compensated” (lightly turbocharged) diesel engine.
LJT4.236Four cylinder236 in³ (3.9 L) turbocharged diesel engine.
LM4.41
NA4.270Four cylinder270 in³ (4.4 L) diesel engine1958-12 to 1974-04.
NB4.300Four cylinder300 in³ (4.9 L) diesel engine
NC4.318Four cylinder318 in³ (5.2 L) diesel engine
ND4.3182
RA6.247Straight 6 CylNormally aspirated diesel, only ever fitted to Dodge 50 range in the UK also known as the ‘Black’ perkins engine
PAP6Six cylinder diesel engine1938-01 to 1961-04
PB6.288Six cylinder288 in³ (4.7 L)1960-04 to 1964-01
PC6.3051959-03 to 1970-02Six cylinder, 305 in³ (5.0 L) diesel engine.
noneC.3051958-06 to 1961-05.No information.
none6.3061965-12 to 1975-12.Six cylinder, 306 in³ (5.0 L) diesel engine.
noneS61939-05 to 1962-10Six cylinder diesel engine.
TC6.354Six cylinder354 in³ (5.8 L)Diesel engine.
TDH6.354Six cylinder354 in³ (5.8 L)Horizontal diesel engine. A slant engine, used in marine applications. Very rare, used in marine applications.
TET6.354Six cylinder354 in³ (5.8 L)Turbocharged diesel engine.
TFHT6.354Six cylinder354 in³ (5.8 L)Horizontal turbocharged diesel engine. Very rare.
TG6.3541
THT6.3541
TJ6.3542
TUT6.3544
6.372
XAV8.510V-8510 in³ (8.4 L) diesel engine
XBTV8.510V-8510 in³ (8.4 L) turbocharged diesel engine
XCV8.540V-8540 in³ (8.8 L) diesel engine
XDTV8.540V-8540 in³ (8.8 L) turbocharged diesel engine
ZAV8.640V-8640 in³ (10.5 L) diesel engine
ZBTV8.640V-8640 in³ (10.5 L) turbocharged diesel engine
noneT12Twelve cylinder diesel engineTwo banks of six cylinders arranged in a V. Produced for marine use during the war. Perkins used one on a stand by generator at the factory which is now in preservation.

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List of Perkins engines From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Year, Country Codes, ID Locator, Type Code, etc. From TADiesel.com
Tech Tip #5 Perkins and Deutz Gasket Paper; What to Use in a Pinch from FoleyEngines.com

Tech Tip #9 How to Install a Continental or Perkins Water Pump Pulley from FoleyEngines.com

Tech Tip #12 Perkins Sleeves Made Simple from FoleyEngines.com

Tech Tip #13 Leaking Deutz, Deere, Perkins or Ford Industrial Exhaust Manifold? from FoleyEngines.com
Tech Tip #16 The Perkins 4107/8 Rides Again from FoleyEngines.com

Tech Tip ## from FoleyEngines.com

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Tech Tip ## from FoleyEngines.com
Tech Tip #20 Perkins Serial Numbers from FoleyEngines.com
Tech Tip #37 Perkins Fuel System Seal Kits from FoleyEngines.com

Tech Tip #38 Foley Pulley to the Rescue for Perkins 4107/108’s from FoleyEngines.com
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Tech Tip ## from FoleyEngines.com
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Year of Manufacture CODES (The letters I, O, Q, R and Z are not used)
A = 1974
B = 1975
C = 1976
D = 1977
E = 1978
F = 1979
G = 1980
H = 1981
J = 1982
K = 1983
L = 1984
M = 1985
N = 1986
P =  1987
S = 1988
T = 1989
U = 1990
V = 1991
W = 1992
X = 1993
Y = 1994
A = 1995
B = 1996
C = 1997
D = 1998
E = 1/1/99~3/31/99
F = 4/1/99~12/31/99
G = 2000
H = 2001
J = 2002
K = 2003
L = 2004
M = 2005
N = 2006
P = 2007
S = 2008
T = 2009
U = 2010
V = 2011
W = 2012
X = 2013
Y = 2014
A = 2015
B = 2016
C = 2017
Country of Manufacture CODES
A = Argentina
B = Brazil
C = Australia
D = Germany
E = Spain
F = France
G = Greece
H = Group
HC = China
HM = Indonesia
HK = Iraq
HU = Uruguay
J = Japan
K = Korea
L = Italy
M = Mexico
MX = Mexico
N = USA
P = Poland
S = India
SA = South Africa
T = Turkey
U = United Kingdom
V = Pakistan
W = Iran
X = Peru
Y = Yugoslavia
Year and Country Codes from www.Tadiesel.com

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TABLE KEY:
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = Vertical In-Line, V = V
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, C = Combo Wet & Dry Liners, P = Parent Bore, ? = Not Published
RATING: P = Pleasure, C = Commercial, LD = Light Duty, MD = Medium Duty, HD = Heavy Duty
ASP: NA = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, WTA = Wastegated Turbocharged & Aftercooled
ASP: TA = Turbocharged & Aftercooled,
KW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower, ? = Not Published
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  –  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
102-05IL-2−P67mm64mm2.6in2.5in0.451L / 27.5ci
CODE – MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
KN – ? – ?NA????????-????

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
103-07IL-3−P67mm64mm2.6in2.5in0.676L / 41.2ci
CODE – MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
KL – ? – ?NA????????-????

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
103-10IL-3−P75mm72mm2.9in2.8in0.954L / 58.2ci
CODE – MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
KD – ? – ?NA????????-????

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
103-13IL-3−P84mm80mm3.3in3.1in1.330L / 81.1ci
CODE – MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
KH – ? – ?NA????????-????

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
103-15IL-3−P84mm90mm3.3in3.5in1.496L / 91.2ci
CODE – MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
KE – ? – ?NA????????-????

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
104-19IL-4−P84mm90mm3.3in3.5in1.995L / 121.7ci
CODE – MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
KF – ? – ?NA????????-????

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
104-22IL-4−P84mm100mm3.3in3.9in2.216L / 135.2ci
CODE – MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
KR – ? – ?NA????????-????

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TABLE KEY:
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = Vertical In-Line, V = V
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, C = Combo Wet & Dry Liners, P = Parent Bore, ? = Not Published
RATING: P = Pleasure, C = Commercial, LD = Light Duty, MD = Medium Duty, HD = Heavy Duty
ASP: NA = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, WTA = Wastegated Turbocharged & Aftercooled
ASP: TA = Turbocharged & Aftercooled,
KW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower, ? = Not Published
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  –  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

BASE ENGINECYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
1104C-44IL-4−?105mm127mm4.1in5in4.4L / ?ci
MODEL – RATINGASPKWBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
M92B – P‚C‚MDNA6486?2400201?-



BASE ENGINE/ENGINE FAMILYCYLBORESTROKEBORESTROKEDISPLACEMENT
Family/ModelIL-?−??mm?mm?in?in?L / ?ci
MODEL/RATINGASPKWHPBHPMHP@RPMYEARS MFR'D
?NA????201?-?
?T????201?-?
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Pleasure duty: For vessels operating up to 30% load factor. This rating is intended for pleasure/non-revenue generating applications that operate less than 500 hours a year. Typical applications could include but are not limited to: High speed planning craft.

Light duty: For vessels operating up to 50% load factor. This rating is intended for applications that operate less than 1500 hours a year in variable load applications where full power is limited to 2 hours out of every 12 hours of operation and reduced power must be at or below 200 rpm of the maximum rated rpm. Typical applications could include but are not limited to: planing / semi displacement craft such as customs and police launches, sport fish charter vessels, passenger carriers, survey craft and long distance cruisers etc.

Medium duty: For vessels operating up to 60% load factor. This rating is intended for applications that operate less than 4000 hours a year. Typical applications could include but are not limited to: Semi-displacement / displacement craft such as customs and police launches, high speed commercial fishing, passenger carriers, survey craft, ferries and long distance cruisers etc.

Heavy duty: For vessels operating up to 80% load factor. This rating is intended for applications that operate less than 4000 hours a year. Typical applications could include but are not limited to: semi-displacement / displacement craft such as customs and police launches, high speed commercial fishing, passenger carriers, survey craft and ferries etc.

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Current Model Engine Codes with Links to Operator’s Manuals
from Perkins

The first letters of the engine serial number represent your engine family and type code. These can be found on the engine data plate.



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Perkins headquarters:
Perkins Engines Company Limited
Frank Perkins Way
Peterborough
Cambridgeshire
PE1 5FQ
United Kingdom
Telephone +44 (0) 1733 583000
Fax +44 (0) 1733 582240
Website: www.perkins.com

Perkins USA & Canada office:
Perkins Engines Inc.
N4-AC6160, PO Box 610
Mossville, Illinois, 61552-0610
Toll free number: 1-888-PERK-ENG
Telephone 1.309.578.7364
Fax 1.309.578.7329
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Cruising with Mr. Perkins - Rebuild or Repower?

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Deep in the wire and hose infested bilge of Agape, resides an iron monster, a relic from another age, pre-electronic controls and clean air acts. This big blue, British diesel is the heart of Agape. Pumping power to both the drive train and the batteries whenever we so desire, well almost whenever.

My Father was a diesel mechanic by trade and I worked all around them in the oil field, but truly the inner workings of diesel engine was a mystery to me. When we first bought Agape I did all the research I could on every different system onboard, but out of fear our engine was left overwhelmingly unknown.

As we prepared the boat for long term cruising the question of re-powering came up often. Our trusty Perkins 4-108 had always run well. In fact, when we bought the boat down in La Paz, Mexico, I motored her almost the entire 1,100nm back to Ventura. At one point I ran the old boy for 5 days straight. Other than leaking a insignificant amount of oil, we had no complaints. But it didn’t change the fact that he was still 32 years old and had well over 5,000 hours of run time. 

Not knowing how the engine had been treated in the past, we decided to pull the engine, not to replace it but to send it to a local shop to give it some TLC. Pulling the engine was straight forward and fairly easy. We did this part on our own but other than that, once again, I bowed out and left the engine work to the “professionals”. We had them put in new front and rear seals, rebuild the injection pump, put in new injectors, starter, water pump, coolant pump, and dampener plate. We purchased four new motor mounts and had the mechanic clean and flush the cooling system, as well as give Mr. Perkins a “good look over”. $2,600 later Mr. Perkins was back at home in the bilge with the mechanics blessing, and we had purchased piece of mind.

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For the next couple of years we enjoyed trouble free cruising with Mr. Perkins, he always behaved and never complained. That was until, the now 35 year old work horse decided he once again wanted a little attention. Only this time we were up a remote river system in Western Panama. When I checked the oil level one morning (which I am religious about) I was shocked and horrified to find not the usual viscous Delo oil clinging to the end of the dipstick, but an almost clear, watery substance that smelled a lot like diesel. Our sump was full of diesel! Rachel and I spent the next few hours trying to diagnose the issue, we poured over workshop manuals and Perkins troubleshooting books that we had on board since we didn’t have cell or internet service.  

The most likely culprit and the easiest to remedy, was the lift pump. A mechanism that helps “lift” the fuel from the tanks and supplys it to the injection pump, luckily we had a spare on board. It was a fairly easy swap of two fuel lines and four bolts, and it only took about an hour to change. After swapping out the old lift pump it seemed that our problem had been fixed, but from this point on it seemed like we had developed quite a significant oil leak, up to a quart every twenty hours. With only a month or two left in our cruising season, we decided to wait to deal with the oil leak until we got back into a marina to decommission the boat for the off-season, when we’d have time to really think about what we wanted to do. 

Over our off-season Rachel and I had several long discussions about re-powering vs. rebuilding the engine, and the pros and cons of each decision. In the end, Rachel left it up to me and said she’d trust whichever decision I would end up making. At the time I was very much in favor of replacing our old Perkins with a new, shiny red Beta Marine diesel. Essentially it’s the same engine, just modernized ever so slightly, but with a $20K+ project price tag I had some serious hesitations. After many hours of research, prayer and head scratching, we decided to keep Mr. Perkins, hoping to squeeze at least two more good years out of him.

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This decision came with its own set of hurdles. We knew the engine was leaking oil and I was pretty sure that somehow we were still making oil (leaking diesel into the crankcase, also worsening the oil leak), but we had no real way of knowing what other ailments might be troubling Mr. Perkins. When we arrived back on board Agape we were armed with more knowledge, gasket kits, a couple of great pdfs and most importantly a new found desire to demystify our engine. 

Step one was to pull the engine out. Once again we used the boom and compression post to lift the engine from its dark hiding place, and for the second time in so many years, Mr. Perkins was exposed to the sun light once more. 

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We spent the next few days replacing all the seals, put on another new lift pump, and even put on a fresh coat of paint (Ford blue instead of Perkins, but don’t tell anyone). Mr.  Perkins was looking good and he ready for action!!!  We had the engine out, cleaned, torn apart and put back together and into the boat all within five days!!! Pretty good time for a cruiser I’d say.

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After reinstalling our brand-new looking, 35 year old Perkins it took another two days to re-align and bleed the engine, but when he fired up it was amazing. It was the best, near defying noise I have ever heard! 

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After all this work you would expect it to be happy cruising again, and for about a week it was. But, as fate, luck, karma or the diesel Gods would have it, this was not meant to be. About a week later when I checked the oil, I once again found the sump full of diesel. This time we were at Isla Contadora, in the Las Perlas Islands of Pacific Panama. We decided that it had to be the fuel injection pump at fault, leaking diesel into the system. The trouble was we could not fix the pump at anchor and we were 50 miles from mainland and Panama City. Luckily, Rachel was able to hitch a ride back to the city on a friends boat. She was up at 4am the following morning and sailed the 10 hours back to Panama City. She spent the following day scouring the city in search of a replacement pump or a rebuilt kit, but had no luck. She found a shop that said they could repair it, but they’d have to order and wait for a rebuilt kit to arrive from England, which could take up to a month. Time we didn’t have as we were hoping to begin our Pacific crossing within the next two weeks. 

Luckily Rachel is a professional problem solver and she got creative, after some quick research she found the cheapest and quickest solution would be to book the next flight out to Virginia where she would then rent a car and drive four hours out into the rural country side to visit Trans Atlantic Diesel. There she’d be able to swap out our old pump for a new one, as well as purchase a new set of injectors to have on board just incase. 

Three days later my rockstar of a wife was back on the boat with a new pump in hand!!!! By the next morning we had old Perky up and purring happily. Almost three hundred hours later he is still running great, and we only lose a couple of drops of oil in between changes. 

So the big question, “Should we have re-powered?”. Did we make a mistake by trying to squeeze another couple hundred hours or even years of life out of this tired old motor? Well, we only have our opinion to go off of and everyone’s will differ, but we feel like the work we put in and the relatively small amount of money we spent was worth it. As of now, I think we made the right choice. 

Here is my math; every dollar we have spent on this motor, including Rachel’s expenses flying back to the States, a rental car, food, hostel, parts, seals, spares, and all engine related stuff has cost us just under $4,500, a quarter of the cost of a new engine. That’s a savings of fifteen thousand dollars, which is about six months cruising budget for us!!! Not only did we save money, but we gained knowledge and confidence in our own abilities by doing the work ourselves. We know way more about how our engine works, and how to fix it if something does go wrong, which to me is extremely valuable. 

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Also, while we were in the marina doing our work on Mr. Perkins, no less than five much newer boats, with much, much newer engines all found themselves “dock locked” with engine issues. The difference was that our late 1950’s era diesel is simple, and parts for it can be found just about everywhere. We were able to pull, repair, paint, reinstall and swap a pump by ourselves in less than a week ( and half that time was to allow for the paint to dry). Several other boats spent weeks and even months waiting for parts and/or mechanics to fix their modern, electronically controlled, highly specialized “marine” engines. All this to say, I am beyond happy to still be cruising with Mr. Perkins. He has been around the blue ball once already and he continues to show us the way!

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A couple of tips for engine work:

  • Download and print the shop manual and parts book for your engine and have it easily accessible. I like the parts list book for our engine as it has every part and reference number, as well as great exploded views of each.

  • WD-40 / PB Blaster is your friend!!! Spray the nuts, bolts and surrounding area with this stuff the day before you want to start your project. It will not only help loosen the frozen nuts and bolts, but clean off some of the dirt and grim.

  • Lifting an engine is dangerous!!! Never stand underneath it or put any part of your body under the load. Watch for pinch points. Make sure the lines and blocks you are using are rated for the load. Play out the whole lift in your head, and do it slowly. Use extra blocks and lines to make positioning the load easier, if you try and muscle it, you will hurt yourself, the boat, or the engine.

  • Work in stages. Break up big projects into smaller tasks that are easier to complete. Also, clean up inbetween each task. A clean work space often produces a cleaner result!

  • Take pictures, notes and label everything. It’s amazing how many little nuts and bolts will come off an engine, and many are specific threads and lengths that might be hard to replace if lost or stripped. I’m a fan of removing them and immediately spraying them down with WD-40 to clean and protect them, then put them in labeled baggies until they are need again. 

And remember to try and have fun!! You are doing something that most people are too afraid to do!

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Boat Engine Removal with Gantry - Perkins 4.108

List of Perkins engines

Family type CodeEngine Ref no.Production DatesNotes AA1004-43990 cc, 100 x 127 mm bore and stroke. Also sold as the Phaser 90, it has 90 hp (67 kW; 91 PS). Also known as 4.40 AB1004-4TTurbocharged version of the AA, sold as the Phaser 110T (110 hp). Also known as T4.40 AC1004-4TAD1004-4TWWith intercooler, sold as the Phaser 120Ti. Also known as C4.40 AEFCC4.40Federal emissions AF1004-40SGasoline engine. AG1004-4AH1004-4TAJ4.401AKT4.401ALCCA4.401AMCCW4.401APN4.401Narrow front end. AQTN4.401AR1004.42Sold to HYSTER corp. for use in small to medium lift trucks. ASH4.421ATCCAN4.401BA4.20Produced as a Joint venture between Perkins, UK government and the Austin Rover Group. Based on the Austin Rover O series engine this engine had major parts produced at Longbridge by Austin Rover with final assembly by Perkins. It was entirely designed by Perkins who also sold it to external customers. It was used by Austin Rover in the Austin Maestro and by LDV Group in their 2.5-tonne van. BBT4.20As with the 4.20 but turbocharged with an intercooler. Used by Austin Rover in the Montego and later the Maestro.| CAP31953–11 to 1967-03Three-cylinder diesel engine. Engine serial is a seven digit number beginning with 1000251. 67,433 engines were produced. Uses a timing chain. noneF31957–08 to 1964-10Three-cylinder diesel engine. Built for Ford, with Simms injector pump. (Ford supplied all the block and head castings). CB3.144CCP3.1441957–03 to 1969-05Three-cylinder, 144 cu. in. (2.4 L) diesel engine. Family type is CC. 2691 United Kingdom-built engines and 454 France-built engines were produced for Massey Ferguson; 30,346 were produced for other customers. CD3.152used in many Lincoln brand mobile welders. noneF3.1521962–02 to 1964-09Three-cylinder, 154 cu. in. (2.5 L) diesel engine. No family type. Built for Ford (Ford supplied the block & head castings) 64,496 made. Fitted to the Super Dexta CED3.152Direct-injection versions of earlier 3.152 engine types. Produced for Massey Ferguson and other customers including Volvo (tractors) CFG3.152G denotes "gas" or " gasolene" version. Spark-ignition variant of D3152 produced for common installation in Fork lift truck where D3152 engine was specified. CGP3.152CJ3.1522Development of D3152 using Perkins "squish lip" piston to give improved driveability of engine in emissions sensitive applications such as Fork Lift. CM3.1524Uprated D3152 engine. Board decision named this engine .4 despite no .3 ever existing due to recent launch of 6.354.4 and its success. CNT3.1524Turbocharged version of 3.152.4. Initially used by Lindner, later by Massey Ferguson. CP903-27CR903-27TCS903-25CT903-27SDC1103C-33DD1103C-33TDE1103C-33TADF1103B-33DG1103B-33TDJ1103A-33DK1103A-33TEA4.99Four-cylinder, 99 cu. in. (1.6 L) diesel engine. Wet sleeves, used in London Taxis, optional fit in Ford Thames vans, early Ford Transits, Bedford CA vans. EB4.107Four-cylinder, 107.5 cu. in. (1.8 L) diesel engine. Wet sleeves. Commonly used in marine applications. ECT4.107Four-cylinder, 107.5 cu. in. (1.8 L) turbocharged diesel engine. Wet sleeves. Very rare (perhaps never produced). ED4.108Four-cylinder, 108 cu. in. (1,760 cc) diesel engine. Dry sleeves. An evolution of the 4.99 and 4.107. Almost 500,000 engines produced between the 4.99, 4.107 and 4.108. Used extensively in vans and light trucks, Ford Transit, Hyundai HD1000 Truck and Van (1977-1981), Bedford CA, some cars Opel Blitz, Alfa Romeo F12/A12, Alfa Romeo Giulia, SEAT 131.[2] Also used extensively in marine applications, farm equipment and Mustang/OMC skid-steer loaders. GA4.154Four-cylinder, 154 cu. in. diesel engine. Designed with sister engine 6.231 both produced in England. Later produced by licensee Toyo Kogyo (Mazda) under model # 4.154-200 series same as Mazda XA series. Later developed into 4.165/6.247 family. 4.154 was also an optional fit in Bedford CF vans GB4.135Based on 4.154.Produced only by Toyo Kogyo. (Mazda) Variant used in '82-'84 B2200 trucks and in '83-'84 Ford Ranger Diesels. Pushrod, dry sleeves and gear drive GC4.182Based on 4.154. Produced only by Toyo Kogyo (Mazda) GD4.25GE4.30GG402D-052-cylinder 0.51-litre / 13.7 Bhp Industrial Engine GJ403.10

3 Cyl Tier 3 EPA rated Engine replaced the 103.10 in the Caterpillar Arr# 145-6693 like in mini ex 301.8.

HA4.1651976-01–1982-11 Four-cylinder, 165 cu. in. diesel engine. Based on 4.154. Assembled by Perkins in Hannover for VW LT van (engine code CG), and by Enasa in Spain for various vehicles including the Nissan Patrol (as the MD27) JAP41937–06 to 1967-05Four-cylinder diesel engine. 97,390 engines were produced. JB4.1921958–05 to 1972-01Four-cylinder, 192 cu. in. (3.1 L) indirect-injection diesel engine. Used in the MF 65 mk.1 tractor. JCP4.192no informationJD4.203Four-cylinder, 203 cu. in. diesel engine. noneL41952–10 to 1961-07Four-cylinder indirect-injection diesel engine. Commonly used in agricultural applications. No family type. Regarded as grandfather to later 4.236. JED4.203Four-cylinder, 203 cu. in. direct-injection diesel engine. Used in the MF 65 mk.2 and MF 165 mk.1 tractors. JFG4.203Gasoline version. JG4.2032LA4.212Four-cylinder, 212 cu. in. (3.5 L) diesel engine. Essentially, a 4.236 with a smaller stroke. Used in the MF 165 mk.2 and International Harvester 475 tractors. LCnoneThis family type was reserved for a 224 cu. in. version of the 4.236, but never entered production. LD4.236Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) diesel engine. LEG4.236Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) gasoline (or propane) engine. LF4.248Four-cylinder, 248 cu. in. (4.1 L) diesel engine. Essentially, a 4.236 with a larger bore. LG4.2482This development of the 4.236 series was designed to use the Perkins "squish lip" piston which gave emissions benefits although had lower specific output compared to conventional direct-injection engines. It was used in fork lift applications as an alternative to the smaller swept volume 4.236. LHC4.236Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) "compensated" (lightly turbocharged) diesel engine. LJT4.236Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) turbocharged diesel engine. LM4.41NA4.270Four-cylinder, 270 cu. in. (4.4 L) diesel engine, produced from 1958–12 to 1974–04. NB4.300Four-cylinder, 300 cu. in. (4.9 L) diesel engine. NC4.318Four-cylinder, 318 cu. in. (5.2 L) diesel engine. Used in MF 1080, 595. ND4.3182Improved version. Used in MF 698. RA6.247Straight 6-cylinder, normally aspirated diesel, only ever fitted to Dodge 50 range in the UK also known as the 'Black' Perkins engine. Most engines made under license by Mazda and used in their light trucks during the late 70s and 80s. REPerkins 1104Straight 4-Cylinder Nat asp or Turbo, OEM power unit Fitted to JCB loadall or Thwaites Dumpers PAP61938–01 to 1961-04Six-cylinder, 288 cu. in. (4.7 L) diesel engine, rated at 86 bhp at 2,600 rpm. The highly successful P-series of engines established Perkins' reputation as one of the world's major builders of diesel engines.[3]PB6.2881960–04 to 1964-01Six-cylinder, 288 cu. in. (4.7 L) diesel engine, . PC6.3051959–03 to 1970-02Six-cylinder, 305 cu. in. (5.0 L) diesel engine. Enlarged version of P6 using CAV DPA injection pump. noneC.3051958–06 to 1961–05.Horizontal version of 6.305, developed in conjunction with Commer Cars Ltd.[4]none6.3061965–12 to 1975–12.Six-cylinder, 306 cu. in. (5.0 L) diesel engine. Short-stroke 6.354, stroke same as 4.212. Possibly only used in Australian Chamberlain tractor. Not to be confused with the 6.305. unknownR61953 to 1962Six-cylinder, 340 cu. in. (5.56 L) diesel engine, rated at 108 bhp at 2,700 rpm and 240 lb ft at 1,500/1,750 rpm. Rushed development led to major problems with this engine, with consequent damage to both Perkins' reputation and finances. Although, the problems were solved quite quickly and the engine was relaunched as the R6 Mk2, with a reduced rating of 104 bhp at 2,500 rpm. Sales never recovered after the early problems and only 33,800 engines were built before production ended in 1962.[5]noneS61939–05 to 1962-10Six-cylinder, 377 cu. in. (7.4 L) diesel engine. Very similar to the highly successful P6, the S6 was rated at 115 bhp at 2,000 rpm for passenger vehicles and 105 bhp at 1,800 rpm for goods vehicles.[6]TC6.3541960 to 1996Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) diesel engine, initially rated at 112 bhp at 2,800 rpm and later at 120 bhp. Highly successful engine which restored Perkins' reputation after the problematic R6. Developments of the engine, including turbocharged versions remained in production until 1996, by which time over a million had been built at Peterborough plus substantial numbers in other countries.[7]TDH6.354Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) horizontal diesel engine. A slant engine, used in marine applications. Very rare. TET6.354Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) turbocharged diesel engine. TFHT6.354Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) horizontal turbocharged diesel engine. Very rare. TG6.3541THT6.3541TJ6.3542TKC6.3542TPT6.3543TR6.372Larger bore version of 6.354. Same size bore as 4.248. Only used in MF combine. TTTC6.3544TUT6.3544TVT6.3724Larger bore version of 6.354. Same size bore as 4.248. Only used in MF combine. TW6.3544Horizontal version used in some British Raildiesel multiple units, e.g. classes 158, 165, 166TXC6.3544TYH6.3544TZHT6.3544XAV8.510V-8, 510 cu. in. (8.4 L) diesel engine. XBTV8.510V-8, 510 cu. in. (8.4 L) turbocharged diesel engine. XCV8.540V-8, 540 cu. in. (8.8 L) diesel engine. XETV8.540V-8, 540 cu. in. (8.8 L) turbocharged diesel engine. XG1103D-E33Electronic Governing XH1103D-E33TElectronic Governing / Turbocharged XJ1103D-E33TAElectronic Governing / Turbocharged / Air to air charge cooled XK1103D-33XL1103D-33TTurbocharged XM1103D-33TATurbocharged / Air to air charge cooled YA1006-65985 cc, 100 x 127 mm bore and stroke (as per "AA" four-cylinder). Also known as the Phaser, continued Perkins "one litre per cylinder" design. No longer in production. YB1006-6TUnknown - 2014Turbocharged version of the above, also known as the Phaser 160T for its 160 hp (119 kW) max power. No longer in production. YC1006-6TNo longer in production. YD1006e-6TWUnknown - 2014Intercooled model with 180 hp (134 kW) max power, marketed as the Phaser 180Ti. No longer in production. YF1006-60SNo longer in production. YG1006-60No longer in production. YH1006-60TNo longer in production. YJ1006-60TANo longer in production. YK1006-60TWNo longer in production. ZAV8.640V-8, 640 cu. in. (10.5 L) diesel engine. ZBTV8.640V-8, 640 cu. in. (10.5 L) turbocharged diesel engine. noneT12Twelve-cylinder diesel engine, two banks of six cylinders arranged in a V . Produced for marine use during the war, Perkins used one on a standby generator at the factory which is now in preservation. none2000/3000 Series Mechanical (Shrewsbury)Closed in 2002 and production of these engines ceased.[8]1206-TA Diesel, Six-Cylinder, 7L, Made in Peterborough, UK. 1506-TA Diesel, Six-Cylinder, 8.8L, Made in Seguin, USA Caterpillar factory. 1606-TA 2015 - 2017 Diesel, Six-Cylinder, 9.3L, Made in Seguin, USA Caterpillar factory. 2206-TA Diesel, Six-Cylinder, 12.5L, Originally made in Stafford, UK, now all made in Seguin, USA Caterpillar factory. 2506-TA Diesel, Six-Cylinder, 15L, Originally made in Stafford, UK, now all made in Seguin, USA Caterpillar factory. 2806-TA Diesel, Six-Cylinder, 18L, Originally made in Stafford, UK, now all made in Seguin, USA Caterpillar factory. 2806-TTA 2018- Six-Cylinder, 18L, Originally made in Stafford, UK, now all made in Seguin, USA Caterpillar factory. DGDF,[9] DGBF[10]4006 Series DieselSix-cylinder, 23L turbocharged air-to-air charge-cooled diesel engine. DGAH,[11] DGBH[12]4008 Series DieselEight-cylinder, 30.5L turbocharged air-to-air charge-cooled diesel engine. DGDM,[13] DGBM,[14] DGNM,[15] DGKM[16]4012 Series DieselTwelve-cylinder, 46L turbocharged, Diesel, available in Air-to-Air (TAG) and Air-to-Water (TWG) charge-cooled models. DGWR,[17] DGPR,[18] DGXR[19]4016 Series DieselSixteen-cylinder, 61L turbocharged charge-cooled, Diesel, available in Air-to-Air (TAG) and Air-to-Water (TRG) charge-cooled. none4006 Series GasSix-cylinder, 23L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine. none4008 Series GasEight-cylinder, 30.5L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine. none4012 Series GasTwelve-cylinder, 46L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine. The 4012 gas product has been discontinued and is no longer available.[20]none4016 Series GasSixteen-cylinder, 61L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine.
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