20 hp v-twin diesel engine

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20 hp v-twin diesel engine

Postby frank715 » Mon Nov 23, 2009 9:34 am

Type "Two-cylinder, V-twin, air cooled,
four stroke, OHV, direct injection"
Bore x stroke (mm) 86 x70
Displacement (L) 0.836
Compression ratio 19
Rated power/Rated speed(kw/r/min) 11kw /3000rpm      12 kw /3600rpm
Max. torque (N.m 41/2500
The lowest speed at zero load (r/min) ≤1300
Noise at 7m (dB) ≤86
Lube type Forced feed +splash
Starting type 12V electric starter (New starter motor)
Rotation direction(face to the flywheel) " anticlockwise
Fuel type " Diesel: 0#(summer), -10#(winter), -20#, -35#(chill cold)
Lube oil type SAE 10W-30, SAE 20W-40 or L-ECD grade
Fuel consumption rate 273.5g/3000 rpm  285.7g/3600rpm
Overall dimension(L×W×H)mm 525x391x459
Dry weight (kg) 64
Gross weight (kg) 75

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Postby bihorul » Sat Dec 05, 2009 2:57 pm

was in contact with franck and I ordered 1 22hp VTwin diesel
will receiv in a few days
This aims at creating the first Ultralight engine for LSA/ultralight use
Will keep builders informed about the evolutions ( modifications : flywheel removal?... , hub adaptation ,engine mount)
running 18hp (22 on takeoff) continuous for 58kg (estimated mounted engine) can fit many applications (including my project ;) )
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Re: 20 hp v-twin diesel engine

Postby merlinraj » Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:29 am

it should fit into an Enfield frame if you strip down the front tube. As you can see in the Video.Those enfields are running the 836cc version of that engine which was a desaster.The 812er seems to be more relieable.
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