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Автор russian06374 (3 месяца)
What are the dimensions of that engine would it fit in the same space of a
caterpillar 3208

Автор Armando Vittorangeli (1 год)
It's used in the LVTP7 (USMC amphibious vehicle), is 2 stroke diesel and
developed 400 hp@2800 RPM. It was replaced at the end of the 70' for a
Cummins 4 stroke, 400 hp@2800 RPM. It was a good engine, but his
maintenance was hard, specially when you had to calibrate the governor. The
turbo benefits the 853 due to it have more air in order to keep the
cylinder head colder and to do a beter cleaning of the gases after
de combustion cycle.

Автор Grigg3 (7 лет)
No flywheel, just a flex plate with a ring gear. Flywheel or torque
converter will slow it down some...

Автор kotka200 (6 лет)
nice sound

Автор Grigg3 (7 лет)
No, not exactly, but the 4-53 does share many parts with the 8V53,
including cylinder head, pistons, and lots of other small stuff. Each
engine also has a bunch of parts that are specific to it only.

Автор K. Kele (5 лет)
@o56kid...It was General Motors Diesel Engine division until the name was
changed to Detroit Diesel. Don't know what year DDC was sold, but it went
to Penske Corporation before they sold it to Daimler AG who now own and
operate the engine manufacturer to this very day.

Автор o56kid (5 лет)
Put THAT in a dodge truck!!

Автор desmodronic916 (5 лет)
Whats the compression ratio on these two stroke diesels?

Автор amtrak101 (7 лет)
Why is it that the 53 cubic inch Detroit diesels rev so high?

Автор 66Beanshit (6 лет)
My God, that sum-bitch sounds just like a warmed-up Chrysler 440 big-block!
What's max (governed) rpm on those? I've heard some say 2800, others have
said 3200-3600 (that last would be very cool, to say the least!)...

Автор fordf350able (2 года)
Is this for sale?

Автор Joe Hupp (7 лет)
They are EXTREMELY rare unlike the 8V71 and 8V92's - the 71 and 92 Series
are easier to come by though!

Автор Boeing227 (7 лет)
It sounds EXACTLY like a Monster Truck or Dragster engine! I LOVE IT!!!!
Detroit Diesel makes the best diesel engines ever I wish they still made
them but the stupid EPA environment bull**** is stopping it!

Автор Grigg3 (6 лет)
They only made about 7,000 of the 8V53 engines, and very of few of those
had a turbocharger from the factory.

Автор lilbrudder32 (7 лет)
He says "It has N80 injectors in it, so it starts HARD."

Автор Pistol Pete (5 лет)
between18.51 to 22.1

Автор Austin Grall (7 лет)
it probally sounds even better by it because camera cna be quieter i like
that sound of the old detroit's

Автор Julien Bouchard (6 лет)
Detroit is a Gm motor noobs is a Two SSsssTRooke Motor haha too nice sound

Автор 024reredrum (5 лет)
Where did you read that? I'd love to see some more info on these old motors
if you know any good forums or anything like that.

Автор dieselscience (6 лет)
Is that the two stroker out of an M-113?

Автор turbosuperiority (7 лет)
Thats amazing! Didn't know there even was an 8v53.. Very nice

Автор massahole178 (6 лет)
the cranck is so massave it will blow apart of over reved the internal
parts weigh tooo much to rev high

Автор Grigg3 (6 лет)
2800 for a vehicle 2500 for industrial, usually continuous

Автор rednek234 (7 лет)
I'd like to put one of those in my silverado! though my girlfriend would
kill me!

Автор Grigg3 (2 года)
No, it is not my engine either

Автор coolbluelights (7 лет)
2 stroke? sounds like it, it's a monster!

Автор yesiamanalien (5 лет)
Lovely engine :D

Автор Frank Donovan (4 года)
@Xx69roadrunnerxX Mainly because diesel is slower to burn than petrol.

Автор pulppeeler (6 лет)
very true! we did a 3-53 for our skidder and i followed the book setting
the rack. we talked to lots of ppl and they all told us te be ready for a
wild fire up. so happens when it fired it just took off wild, but we got it
shut down before anything came apart, just blew the gasket on the oil
cooler but that was due to a block maching defect. i looked the book over
again and on the next page of the gov setup, it mentioned the part about
backing out the gov screw...hehe opps

Автор madtownmadman (5 лет)
Painfully loud...Fuck yeah! Doesn't it just feel so good?! Not to mention
sound good. I've never been one to plug my ears to suppress the sound and
power of a screamin engine, reguardless of the make. Its amazing I still
have hearing, and quite good, I might add.

Автор Grigg3 (7 лет)
Of course it's two cycle!

Автор TestECull (7 лет)
:D I want to put this bad boy in my truck...damn it sounds sweet.

Автор Grigg3 (7 лет)
It's not my engine, but I trust the owner (runs a well known Detroit Diesel
repair shop) when he says it is the big injectors essentially flooding it
on start up. I have a 4-53T with the low compression pistons and 5A65, (or
are they 5A60?), either way, it will start before you can let off of the
switch. So, it's not the lower compression making it hard to start, it is
the injectors.

Автор 390cruiser69 (5 лет)
He's right it is.

Автор bigchevy80 (6 лет)
Sounds like Eric1978 needs to do a little research before he shoots his
mouth off...

Автор Grigg3 (4 года)
First off, this is not my engine. I understand it is/was military surplus.
No, the 8V53T does not have glow plugs. What you're thinking of are the
newest military 6V53T's that do have glow plugs

Автор G Man (6 лет)
Ow, so the bigger the engine the less rpms do to the mass. Are Diesel
engines blocks built any different than gasoline engine blocks to hand the
strength?

Автор TestECull (6 лет)
GM owned Detroit when Detroit designed and built that engine. As GM owned
Detroit at the time, that makes this engine a GM design.

Автор 318jimmy (6 лет)
I have never seen an 8v53 in any kind of automotive application,but almost
every Hatteras 41 foot sportfish they ever built had 8v53naturals. In fact,
in the parking lot of the marina where i'm at, there are two laying on the
ground!!

Автор Bkrites (6 лет)
that camara dosnt do it justice. let that GM Power sing.

Автор Grigg3 (6 лет)
Mostly to do with larger and heavier parts swinging around in there.
Pistons and rods and such have to be stronger/heavier to withstand the
pressures generated during combustion, starting off with a compression
ratio from about 17:1 to 21:1 Small diesels can and do turn fast, because
the parts are smaller/lighter.

Автор B422TMack (7 лет)
thats a rare treat a sweet sounding 8V53 Detroit anit many 8V53's running &
that good of shape .. my hats off to job well done of keeping a piece of
history alive

Автор 6V92TA (6 лет)
i honestly never knew they made an 8V53TA. Sounds interesting too.

Автор Alex Tilghman (7 лет)
talk about throttle response. and for a diesel? daaaaaamn. very nice

Автор G Man (6 лет)
Why are Diesel engines governed to such low rpms? Is it so they always make
max torque or am i way off?

Автор deiseldummy (6 лет)
most modern deisels are only running 15 to 1800...and those
detriots....only run about 2000 in practice. They sound like 4000 because
they are cracking every stroke insted of every other stroke.

Автор kimchiman1000 (7 лет)
Loud & sweet!

Автор allenjanoch (7 лет)
what is he saiding at the start of the video

Автор Grigg3 (5 лет)
Just guessing, but at Oshkosh you probably have 8V92T engines for military
use?

Автор Grigg3 (6 лет)
Pick up a newer manual for your engine and read it a few times. Then find a
friendly Detroit shop and or mechanic to answer your questions and explain
the confusing parts. The manuals are really good.

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