Blocks line honed, flywheels ground, all parts inspected, blaste exaust shotpeened and assembled. You can entrust Capital Reman Exchange for your Mack© equipment. Just for the record, I have an invitation almost organized to visit the Hagersville test center. Unfortunately my best advice for you is to have separate profiles for offline and online play, and to remember that once you start putting custom engines into a truck you might not be able to revert to stock engine sounds anymore. I intend to write an article for the antique truck mags on this engine and I will acknowledge all.
The military E9 features double stage turbocharging on either side 2x2 turbochargers of the Garrett type , a Bosch direct injection system and a dry sump. Oil pumps rebuilt with new springs. Pistons, ring,s bearings and lifters all new style as needed. By mid-1999, over 12,500 E9 engines had been built by Mack. The Mack E9-V8 engine was a 998ci behemoth of a diesel that powered several models in the Mack lineup over the years. Features of the E9 engine can be summarised as follows: it operates on 60 per cent gradients and 30 per cent side slopes, has a dry crankcase for specific applications, power take-off for driving high-power auxiliaries and the ability to start at very low temperatures.
We regularly deliver parts for the following Mack engines: E-6, E-7, E-Tech, V9 and many more. There was some material posted on this site some weeks ago on the different versions of the E9 that appeared in past issues of the Bulldog magazine. I was actually trying to reply to heavyhauler. I've been using this great mod with a Renault Magnum using the 610 hp engine successfully in single player in 1. Oil coolers remaned and pressure tested, new cores as needed.
The sounds themselves are not mine, please do not credit me for them. We are also a source for a variety of low hour used Mack Engines. The last E-9's built in Australia were factory 610 hp 2050 pft. Hi, I think if you was to go back a few months on this forum there was a mechanic that was a v8 mack guru. Was there anything else published in the Bulldog magazine on the E9? I am told that the E9 is no longer manufactured. In fact, most people that I have talked to really like that E9 V8 engine.
Matt the article on the 610 hp E-9 was from the fall 1997 issue and the marine E-9 nad the army E-9 both appeared in the summer 1997 issue of the Bulldog. Anyway, thanks for the comments-keep them coming!! The vast majority of mack e7 engines still on the road are later models which are all water cooled. Are these online anywhere so that one could do a search with a keyword-anybody? In its 400-horsepower design, torque peaked at 1,460 foot-pounds at 1,250 rpm. Best regards, John The E9 is not just a truck engine, They were also used by the French Army to power battle tanks. Matt Matt: I did get those-thank you for sharing.
Do you have a contact telephone number or web site for Dale Francis? Oil coolers remaned and pressure tested, new cores as needed. In 1990, Mack developed an electronically controlled and variable-injection timing system that it dubbed the Econovance Variable Injection Timing system and it optimized fuel efficiency and reduced emissions. Like the E7 the E-Tech features dual flow paint on oil lubrication system with a 34 quart capacity. All engines are rebuilt with in our machine shop in Denver, Colorado. Regards, John Francis Engineering Francis Engineering features more than 60 different machines to handle your performance needs.
The highest-output E7 engine churned out 454 horses and twisted 1,660 foot-pounds of torque at 1,200 rpm. Mack E-Tech engines are still being produced and are still known for their outstanding horsepower to weight ratio. The Mack E7 Engine replaced the longstanding Mack e6 model and was produced for over 20 years. I shamelessly extracted them from an old version of the Mack Superliner mod and then created more realistic engine configs for them and added support for a ton of other trucks. Two of the contractors who work for us have fleets of five or six E-9 equipped Macks, and really don't know what they are going to replace them with, as they time out. Apologies for that ill-placed adjective. He may be able to help you with some of the historical and technical data.
It did not like to be run hot so drivers that did not mind their pyrometers could find themselves in trouble after a fairly short duration of miles as compared to other others. This improved combustion efficiency and fuel economy while reducing emissions, maintaining proper oil viscosity and expanding oil change intervals. The E Tech engine also uses high swirl combustion for increased fuel efficiency and emissions production. In the same kind of truck all tri-axle dump trucks. Mack E7 Engine Technology Typical horsepower rating for the mack e7 is between 250-400 hp. To see the articles just click on my gallery and look for the E-9 gallery. Up until 1999 Mack ended up producing 16 different varieties of the E7.