Popular Post kscarbel Posted October 25, 2013 Popular Post Share Posted October 25, 2013 Scania Pressroom / October 24, 2013With the introduction of the 2,581 ft.lb. (3,500 Nm) and 730 horsepower Scania V-8, Scania’s range of Euro-6 V-8 engines is now complete. The 520 and 580 horsepower versions were introduced earlier this year, and now the top-output V8 for the most demanding tasks enters the scene as well. The Scania V-8 is known for offering never-ending power, high productivity and a lasting value like no other engine. The Scania DC16 Series 730 horsepower V-8 is the most powerful Euro-6 (Euro equivalent of EPA2010) engine available from any truckmaker in the world.Scania offers the only Euro-6 V-8s on the market. Customers who choose a Scania V-8 prioritize features like performance, operating economy and durability. Scania’s legendary V-8 engines, first introduced back in 1969*, have established a unique market position all over the world and the market has been asking for a top-of-the-line Euro 6 version.“Sheer power never goes out of style”, confirms Christopher Podgorski, Senior Vice President Trucks at Scania. “Our customers buy V-8s for many different reasons, but an understandable need for performance is always one of them. The fact that our customers buy Scania V-8s over and over again proves that they are durable and offer unsurpassed productivity as well.”DC16-101 520 1,991 lb/ft (2,700 Nm) @ 1,000-1,300 rpmDC16-102 580 2,176 lb/ft (2,950 Nm) @ 1,000-1,350 rpmDC16-103 730 2,581 lb/ft (3,500 Nm) @ 1,000-1,400 rpmDisplacement: 16.4 litersBore x Stroke: 130 x 154 mmInjection: Scania-Cummins XPI (extra-high pressure injection - 2,400bar) common railEmissions System: SCR + water-cooled EGR + VGT* Scania introduced the 14.2L DS14 V-8 in 1969, the same year Mack introduced the 14.2L ENDT865 V-8. It’s more than coincidence their V-8 engines were identical in size. Mack and Scania worked together on V8 development. Mack produced the V-8 engine blocks for Scania, a continuation of the long-time Mack-Scania cooperation since 1950. 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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