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New V-12 diesel shows up @ Duseldorf Marine Show

Old 07-04-2011, 10:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Catmando View Post
^^^Great post Joe do you remember that 39MTI with Yanmar 485s and Arnesons that ran over 100? Not too shabby for an old school inline 6 eh?

Banks must be having problems with that 800hp Duramax because I see nothing about it anywhere, or maybe he's still dialing it in and keeping it secret.

Can't wait to see the price of this V12...
Duramax lower end is the culprit.. you turn it up and it goes pretzels..
A guy over here has managed to get over 1000ftlbs out of his truck and 860 hp.. runs high 9's on the quarter... but the lower end is all aftermarket...
the fastest non lightened and street driven Duramax Truck in the World

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Old 07-04-2011, 10:51 AM
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1000 ft/lbs and max 860 hp ? ,must be programmed in the ecm to turn low boost at lower rpm,s , cause it would make a whole lot more than that if this engine can make 860 hp .
My 5,9 L cummins makes around 500 hp at 52 psi boost with twins ,and does about 1050 ft/lbs
If it really makes 860 hp ,max torque would be more like 1500ft/ lbs
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