High-output diesel

  • 09-Jul-2008 03:35 EDT


Isuzu’s 4JJ1 inline four-cylinder diesel engine offers a range of 84 to 131 hp (62 to 98 kW) and is suitable for various industrial applications. Features include maximum mass of 705 lb (320 kg), overall displacement of 3.0 L, and peak torque of 310 lb·ft (420 N·m) at 2000 rpm. The engine uses common-rail fuel injection and cooled EGR to reduce exhaust emissions. Arranged with a 10- or 11.5-in (254- to 292-mm) stepped flywheel and an extra sheave on the crank pulley for improved flexibility, the high-output 4JJ1 is turbocharged and charge air-cooled, is Tier-3-compatible, and offers improved efficiency and power-to-weight ratio.

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