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Diesel Engine Manuals, bolt torques, Specs

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Your Diesel Engine Specs

Basic specs are open to everyone and include images, displacement, dimensions and weight, essential bolt tightening torques, the characteristics of the engine like its power and torque.
Essential bolt tightening torques are the main bearing cap bolt torque, the connecting rod cap bolt torque and the cylinder head bolt torques.


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MTU engine specs and manuals

What is the connection between these images?

A train, a ferry and the largest dump truck in the world 

all driven by MTU 2000 or 4000 series engines!

train and ferry images - excerpts form MTU September News Letter



More Caterpillar manuals, specs and bolt torques

More Caterpillar manuals

Our focus

Our focus is to add to the site and improve what is already there.

This happens continually, we are always adding, changing and improving.

This month we've made a huge experimental shift, and dropped many articles and stories, which although popular, did not add to our aim of bringing more and better specs for you and our members to use.

Member's assets growing

Now, one of Membership's assets is exactly in that you get more value continually through our constant adding of manuals, specs and bolt torques.

More pages

Some Cat models had so many manuals and spec sheets, if we added to them, just to show them we had to add pages to improve the load times.

The 3306 engine, for example had manuals added to in, and so we split the page into two, page one for the specs and bolt torques and a couple of manuals; then page two just to accommodate more manuals and literature.


Komatsu 6D102 stuck in the mud

More often than not it's manuals and specs we add, but sometimes we get images shared from users and members.
Here, Moo from Asia shared how his Komatsu excavator with a 6D102 engine broke down in the mud.

Deep in the mud and still smiling - Thanks Moo!





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