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or turbocharged model, Fairbanks

Morse two-cycle opposed piston (OP) engine has proven to be an efficient and reliable design for over 50 years.

Upgraded and modified, the OP con- tinues to be a popular choice for over 45 different classes of U.S. Navy vessels, as well as applications in towboats,tugs and ferries, offshore platforms, emergency standby gen- erators and diesel-electric power plants.

For free literature detailing

Fairbanks Morse, Coltec Industries marine diesels,

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Daihatsu medium-speed diesel engines, reduction gears, and sys- tems for use as marine propulsion plants are original developments of

Daihatsu Diesel Mfg. Co., Ltd., and are specially designed to feature durable construction and total economy.

Daihatsu manufactures four ma- rine diesel engine series—M, DLM,

DKM, and DVM models—ranging in power output from 200 to 6,000 hp in single unit installations.

The four-stroke M Series features j'lLi * ; '; T-"




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What other color would you paint an engine designed to keep you going no matter what?

Over the years, Volvo Penta green has come to stand for strength, reliability, fuel efficiency, and exceptionally long service life in workboat engines around the world.

And that combination of attributes has never been more important than it is today.

Gone are the days when you could trade a little fuel economy for added horsepower.

Today you need both.

Gone are the days when an extra over- haul or two didn't affect the bottom line all that much. With today's thin profit margins, high maintenance costs can really hurt.

If you are about to outfit or repower a workboat without considering Volvo

Penta, stop! Call

Rob Miltz at (804) 436-2800. Find out how Volvo Penta's eight decades of marine engineering experience and renowned manufac- turing standards have led to the kind of marine diesel en- gines you need today.

Volvo Penta.

Engines that offer low noise and low exhaust-emission levels. Engines that provide superb fuel economy. Engines that are easy and eco- nomical to maintain.

Engines designed to keep you going for a long, long time.

Yes, even when the going gets tough.

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Circle 263 on Reader Service Card three in-line six-cylinder models, ranging from 240 hp at 1,850 rpm to 430 hp at 1,800 rpm.

The DLM Series has 11 in-line models with either six or eight cyl- inders. The in-line diesels range in power output from 600 hp at 1,350 rpm to 4,200 hp at 500 rpm.

The DKM Series incorporates two in-line models, one a six cylinder and the other an eight cylinder, ranging in power from 3,000 hp at 720 rpm to 4,000 hp at 720 rpm.

The DVM Series has six "V" mod- els, three 6- and three 8-cylinder diesels, ranging in power from 2,100 hp at 900 rpm to 6,000 hp at 600 rpm.

Models with bores of 240 mm or more of the DLM, DVM and DKM

Series can burn heavy fuel oil.

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Daihatsu diesels,

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Detroit Diesel Corporation (DDC) provides a complete line of premium marine engines.

For crew boats, fire boats and patrol boats, where speed is a criti- cal factor and reliability a must,

Detroit Diesels are highly regarded for easy starting, immediate accep- tance of load, quick acceleration and reliable high speed. DDC can pro- vide premium engines up to 2,200 bhp.

Commercial marine engine power levels range from 107 hp in the 4-53 to 2,200 hp in the 16V- 149TI.

Detroit Diesels include: the com- pact V-8 8.2 Liter, with an output of up to 250 bhp; the Series 53, for smaller workboats, with up to 400 bhp; the Series 71, with up to 900 bhp; the Series 92, available in 6-, 8- , 12- and 16-V configurations, with up to 1,400 bhp; and the Series 149, for river towboats and ocean tugs, with up to 2,200 bhp.

For free literature detailing the complete family of DDC engines,

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The first marine power plants offered by Deere Power Systems

Group are its four-cylinder 300 Se- ries 4039 and 4045 and six-cylinder 400 Series 6076.

Long-established in the construc- tion, agriculture and forestry in- dustries, with over 3 million diesel engines delivered, Deere has drawn on this experience to design and build its four- and six-cylinder ma- rine diesels

The high-speed 4039DFM for workboat propulsion power provides 80 hp at 2,500 rpm, while for genset applications, it supplies 43 kw at 1,800 rpm.

The second diesel of the 300 Se- ries, the 4045TFM, provides 115 hp at 2,400 rpm for propulsion applica- tions, and 75 kw at 1,800 rpm for auxiliary power uses.

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