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    I've never weighed a 8V92. Always thought they...

    I've never weighed a 8V92. Always thought they were 3000+ lbs though. BC Cummins, the engine itself, is under 2000 lbs. All the shit on the engine puts it around 2500.
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    Navy and Coast Gaurd Frigates used to use the...

    Navy and Coast Gaurd Frigates used to use the 149's for gen power. They all got replaced with V12 Cat's a decade or two ago though. The V12 Cat's are all electronic (not reliable electronics) and...
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    I think the generators were around 500-1000...

    I think the generators were around 500-1000 gallons of fuel a day. The other generators in good shape only used 5-10 gallons of oil a day. They have a huge sump, so hard to tell. On the same ship,...
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    I've done a lot of work on and around 16V149TI's....

    I've done a lot of work on and around 16V149TI's. The full 1000 KW (and then some occasionally) load was dropped on dead cold iron the exact instant that engine achieved 1800.00 RPM and it held it...
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    My Brother in law has one like that, but with a...

    My Brother in law has one like that, but with a 3208. We use it in 4th of july parades and he has plans to turn it into an enclosed car hauler.

    Seems to me they usually sell for the value of their...
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