Liquid-cooled diesel engine

  • 12-Jun-2009 10:33 EDT

The Kubota 07 Series from Kubota Engine includes the V2607-DI-Turbo, a new engine that follows the same design concept as the existing V3307-DI-Turbo. The four-cylinder, direct-injected, liquid-cooled diesel engine has a displacement of 2.615 L. It has a bore and stroke of 87 x 110 mm (3.43 x 4.33 in), respectively. Gross output is 66 hp (49­ kW) at 2700 rpm. The engine model offers one-side maintenance with an optional large-capacity side PTO from a gear train located on the flywheel side designed for compact positioning of PTO hydraulic devices. It complies with U.S EPA Interim Tier 4 and EU Stage IIIA emissions regulations.

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