Mtu engine specifications

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Mtu engine specifications
MTU designs engines for military and agricultural vehicles, as well as the oil and gas industries. (military vehicle image by pixelcarpenter from Fotolia.com)

MTU is known for its manufacture of diesel engines and complete propulsion systems. Its engines are designed for use in heavy agricultural, rail and military vehicles, in addition to the oil and gas industry. MTU is a subsidiary of Tognum, and has been in business for more than 100 years. MTU engines are available with a variety of cylinder configurations and performance spectra ranging from 20 to 9,000kW.

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Series 460

The Series 460 engine from MTU is a general purpose diesel engine. It is equipped with six cylinders, arranged in an in-line formation, and it has a bore and stroke of 5 inches and 6.5 inches (128mm and 166mm) respectively. It possesses a maximum rated power at 375kW at a maximum of 1,800rpm.

Series 500

The Series 500 engines by MTU comprise two models: The 501 and the 502. The 501 engine is equipped with six cylinders, arranged in a 90-degree V angle. It possesses a bore and stroke of 5.1 and 5.9 inches (130mm and 150mm) respectively, and a maximum power rating of 350kW at 1,800rpm. The 502 engine by MTU is an eight-cylinder engine, with the cylinders arranged at a 90-degree V angle. It has the same bore and stroke measurement as the 501 and a rated power maximum of 480kW at 1,800rpm.

Series 900

There are four models available of the Series 900 engines from MTU. The 904 and the 924 both have four-cylinder engines with in-line configurations. The 904 has a bore and stroke of 4 inches and 5.1 inches (102mm and 130mm) respectively, while the 924 has a value of 4.2 inches and 5.4 inches (106mm and 136mm. The 904 has a rated power maximum of 129kW at 2,200rpm, while the 924 has power value of 150kW at 2,200rpm. The 906 and 926 engines both have six-cylinder engines with in-line configurations. The 906 has a 4-inch bore and a 5.1-inch stroke, while the 926's bore and stroke are 4.2 inches and 5.4 inches respectively. The 906 and 926 engines generate a maximum power of 205kW at 2,200rpm and 240kW at 2,200rpm respectively.

Series 1800

The Series 1800 engines manufactured by MTU are equipped with six in-line cylinders. They possess a bore and stroke of 5 inches and 6.5 inches (128mm and 166mm) respectively and are able to generate a rated power maximum of 390kW at 1,800rpm.

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