Common rail engines

  • 29-May-2012 04:08 EDT


Kubota has introduced two common rail engines: the 03 Series V2403-CR-T and the 07 Series V2607-CR-T. Both engines comply with U.S. EPA Tier 4 and EU Stage IIIB emissions regulations and are turbocharged, four-cylinder, and direct injected. The V2403-CR-T is rated at 48.6 kW (65 hp) at maximum speed of 2700 rpm and also is offered at 39.6 and 43.2 kW (53 and 58 hp), while the V2607-CR-T is rated at 53 kW (71 hp) at a maximum speed of 2700 rpm and is available at 45 and 48 kW (60 and 64 hp). Both are fully electronic controlled engines with a common rail system, diesel oxidation catalyst, and diesel particulate filter to offer improved cleanliness and fuel efficiency, increased durability, and reduced noise.

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