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Series 60


Brief Summary

Just as Roger Penske bought Detroit Diesel from General Motors, the Series 60 was introduced to the market. Under Penske’s command, Detroit Diesel’s over-the-road market share went from 3% to over 30% on the back of the Series 60. Now with the merger of MTU and Detroit Diesel, the marinized Series 60 is being marketed to the marine industry as the MTU Series 60. With a turbocharger, supercharger and large injectors the company is rating its high-horsepower model at over 800 hp at 2300 rpm. Other marine versions are available under 500-hp from the same block.

Key Features

  • Low fuel consumption
  • Uncomplicated, robust design
  • Unrestricted low-load operation
  • Low exhaust and noise emissions
  • Induction hardened for greater longevity
  • Modular design with integral fuel cooler,easily removable
  • Patented top cylinder liner cooling
  • DDEC Electronic Engine Management

Specifications

Type of Engine
Number of Cylinders 6
Horse Power 825
Configuration In-line
Weight 3600.00lbs
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Delivery
Shaft Length Options
Shift Throttle Control
Displacement 855.00cu in
Steering Control
Recommended Fuel
Alternator Output 615
CARB Rating
Engine Monitoring System

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