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Cummins ISC Engine

 

Overview

 

Year after year, in every type of vehicle from refuse equipment to dump trucks, Cummins ISC has earned the trust of drivers and owners alike. And it’s the reason very few changes have been made to the base engine for 2010. You can expect the same great performance and reliability from the ISC8.3 EPA 2010 that you currently get from ISC-powered vehicles. With heavy-duty features like replaceable wet liners, the ISC8.3 has one of the highest power-to-weight ratios in its class. It features Cummins XPI fuel system – the same technology that’s used on the ISX15. This high-pressure system allows the ISC8.3 to run cleaner, quieter and stronger than ever before. The aftertreatment system combines cooled EGR with proven Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology and has been fully integrated with the engine to deliver near-zero emissions and stronger performance at every rpm. Simply put, the ISC8.3 is designed to work harder for you. Every day. Every route. Every delivery.

 

 

ISL9 for Medium-Duty Truck (2013)

ISC8.3 Specifications

Advertised Horsepower 260-350 hp 194-260 kW

Peak Torque 660-1000 lb-ft 895-1356 N•m

Governed Speed 2200 rpm

Clutch Engagement Torque 500 lb-ft 678 N•m

Number of Cylinders 6

Oil System Capacity 6.3 U.S. gallons 23.8 liters

System Weight 1,830 lb 829 kg

Engine (Dry) 1,630 lb 739 kg

Aftertreatment System* 200 lb 90 kg

 

 

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