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  1. #1
    Registered super termoli's Avatar
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    MTU diesel engines

    I've got a pair of unwanted MTU 12V2000 M91 motors for sale which suit big express cruisers 60' and plus or large sportfisherman boats. Details in the classifieds but anyone has any suggestions on how I could get rid of them fast? Destroying them is not an option because they're worth a nice Cig TG each so if you know some people who need this sort of thing at an outstanding price, let's hear it...
    Last edited by super termoli; 11-03-2004 at 10:06 AM.

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    Re: MTU diesel engines

    how many hours on engines? and the weight. we are building a large cruiser so i need more specs. thanks

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    Re: MTU diesel engines

    How many hours on the engines? We are building a large cruiser. Need more specs. Thanks

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    Re: MTU diesel engines

    I'll talk to a friend of mine... what is the price on the motors... his grandpa just blew one up.

    Here is a picture of me with it

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    Re: MTU diesel engines

    Thanks for replies guys. The engines are brand new, zero hours, never run and never installed. They are under full factory warranty which is not running since they were not put into service by a certified MTU technician. They are on a pallet and in their original packaging. Here's more details about them:

    max. power output: 1119 kW / 1501 hp. @ 2350 rpm
    no. of cylinders: 12 in V configuration
    displacement: 23.9 liters (1458 CID)
    bore/stroke: 130/150 mm (5.1/5.9 inches)
    max. fuel consumption: 299.3 liters/hour (79.1 gallons/hour)
    length: 2305 mm (90.7 inches)
    width: 1400 mm (55.1 inches)
    height: 1230 mm (48.4 inches)
    dry weight: 3120 kg (6878 lbs.)

    Hope this helps, Timsrace... and TopSpin, I really don't know what my client paid for them. I suggest you look up the list price and then make me an offer which would make it a good deal for you. As I explained in my ad, he was going to repower his boat but sold it before we got to do that and so he will take the best offer. He doesn't know what to do with these motors, and he knows that longer they sit, more they will cost him in storage and they also lose value.

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    Re: MTU diesel engines

    super termoli, please give me a call asap. thanks, Tim 949-4883640

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