Torque Specifications of a DT466 Engine

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Torque Specifications of a DT466 Engine
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The Navistar Diesel DT466 engine is a 7.6-litre truck engine designed for large vehicles. Torque is important for the towing capacity of the vehicle in which the engine is installed, as without adequate torque, the vehicle will be unable to accelerate smoothly. There are several horsepower variants to the DT466 engine, with corresponding torque specifications for each.

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195-Horsepower Engine

The 195-horsepower version (at 2,400rpm) of the DT466 engine produces 520 foot-pounds of torque at 1,600rpm. Another 195-horsepower version (at 2,600rpm) produces 520 foot-pounds of torque at just 1,400rpm.

210-Horsepower Engine

The 210-horsepower version of the DT466 engine produces a torque of 605 foot-pounds at 1,600rpm.

215-Horsepower Engines

The 215-horsepower versions of the DT466 engine produce either 540 foot-pounds or 560 foot-pounds of torque at 1,400rpm.

230-Horsepower Engines

The 230-horsepower versions of the DT466 engine produce 660 foot-pounds of torque at 1,600rpm or 620 foot-pounds of torque at 1,400rpm.

250-Horsepower Engine

The 250-horsepower version of the DT466 engine produces 660 foot-pounds of torque at 1,600rpm.

275-Horsepower Engine

The 275-horsepower version of the DT466 engine produces 800 foot-pounds of torque at 1,600rpm.

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