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Old 09-30-2010, 01:27 PM
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Thought I would break it up a little for you guy's. Was playing at the Caterpiller plant all week in Indiana. Here is a twenty cylinder Cat engine 175mm bore 220 mm stroke. "Six" turbo chargers, 4000 plus horsepower. Life b-4 reman 40,000 + hours. Dustin great job...Keep up the good work....
You forgot to post the weight
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Weight's in at 27000 lbs + or-. Do not think it is a direct replacement for a BBC as of yet... This a common rail diesel version. It also comes in a V12 and V16 version. We have seen over 6000 + horse power in the V20 in that picture.

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[QUOTE=Throttle Fever;3220172]Thought I would break it up a little for you guy's. Was playing at the Caterpiller plant all week in Indiana. Here is a twenty cylinder Cat engine 175mm bore 220 mm stroke. "Six" turbo chargers, 4000 plus horsepower. Life b-4 reman 40,000 + hours.

40,000 + hours.

Cool thats 4 1/2 years runnin 24/7 ,i'd be calling her ole reliable
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Thought I would break it up a little for you guy's. Was playing at the Caterpiller plant all week in Indiana. Here is a twenty cylinder Cat engine 175mm bore 220 mm stroke. "Six" turbo chargers, 4000 plus horsepower. Life b-4 reman 40,000 + hours.

40,000 + hours.

Cool thats 4 1/2 years runnin 24/7 ,i'd be calling her ole reliable
Depending on the horsepower rating. At 6000 hp the in frame time drops to 28000 hrs. As for torque I think the spec was in the 6000 ftlbs arena. Now this is at 1800 to 2000 rpm max
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I think your torque would be 15756 Ft/Lb's @ 2000 rpm
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I think your torque would be 15756 Ft/Lb's @ 2000 rpm
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Check300's motor?!? that's why his boat accelerates so good!

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15756 Ft/Lb's @ 2000 rpm DAYUM !!!!!!!!!!!
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Sometimes the formula is not always applicable, sorry.
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would XR's hold up?
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