The 2007 Series 60 is a leading heavy-duty diesel engine in all Northern America. The Series 60 is advanced with DDECVI electronic controls to operate the injectors without using the camshafts. This new electronic engine is exactly what Detroit Diesel engines users need Power, Efficiency, Durability, and Dependability. Lower cost, high fuel efficiency, excellent reliability, durability, engine diagnostic, and low maintenance. Manufactured for a
6 cylinder, four-stroke cycle, and three displacements (11.1, 12.7, and 14.0 Liters).
The Series 60 includes excellent benefits such as:
-parts substantially less since all but eight parts fit all displacements. -simplifies the mechanic training -exceptional reliability and durability -engine contains 7% to 30% fewer parts than competitive engines -fewer parts mean fewer wearing surface and and less expensive
Introduced in 1993 by Detroit Diesel from its sister the Series 60. Used in engines for buses, trucks, motor homes, construction, and industrial equipment and military vehicles. Supports the DDECIII and DDECIV. Series 50 engine includes EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) designed 2001 twin balance shafts.
The Detroit Diesel Series 71 is classified as a 2-stroke cycle diesel engine available in both inline and V configuration. Inline types range from 1 to 6 cylinders and the V configurations range from 6-24 cylinders. Used for on-highway and off-road applications. The applications applied to Series 71 include trucks, heavy-duty buses, motor homes, construction, and industrial equipment, military applications, and marine applications. To assist in maximizing horse power and fuel efficiency, a new turbo charge was introduced with reshaped compressor wheel blades. The turbo moves air more efficiency into the engine throughout its normal operating rate. Series 71 includes:
-greater air pressure and exhaust through 2-4 exhaust valves per cylinder -blower provides positive displacement -requires a 2-stroke cycle -available with turbo charges and turbo charger with after cooling. -supported DDECI, II, III,
Introduced in 1974, the sister of Series 71, was the Series 92. The Most popular Series 92 were the 6V92 and 8V92. Horsepower accumulates up to 1232 BHP with 6V, 8V, 12V,and 16V configuration. Used for on-highway vehicles applications such as: trucks, buses, motor homes, construction, fire trucks, apparatus, industrial equipment, military vehicles, and marine applications. The Series 92 is designed as a 2-stroke cycle, V-block diesel engine with a version ranging 6-16 cylinders. Used for major bus engines (1980's - 1990's) in Northern American, as well as supported the DDEC I,II,III, DDECIV.
2.61 L to 3.48 L
4.7 L to 6.9 L
9.0 L to 24.1 L
8.2 L Fuel Pincher
The first 8.2 L Fuel Pincher was introduced by Detroit Diesel in 1980 as a 4 cycle, high speed, internal combustion power engine. Detroit Diesel designed this engine as a 8 cylinder with 5 main bearings. Useful for on-highway and marine applications.
The following parts are included with this engine:
-dual full-flow oil filter, fuel oil strainer, and fuel oil filter -air cleaner, governor, and a fan -starting motor and oil cooler
2-cycle and 4-cycle Engines
Factory specifications and classifications per
Detroit Diesel Corporation
In 1957 the Series 53 was available in 2-cycle inline and V configuration. This engine was used for industrial and marine applications. It has a worldwide availability of parts and service which are interchangeable within the Series category. Having parts interchangeable is an advantage for keeping the maintenance cost low. The Series 53 also provides exceptional long service when it is properly maintained. With air flow in the cylinders, improvement in the combustion is proficient and reduces horse power cost.