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F8/10/12L specs?


Created On Saturday August 23, 2008 19:42 Diesel Talk
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I've been trying to find the weight of the discontinued (?) air cooled V- engines. Anyone know of a site where all the specs are archived
including the family desriptions (413, 912, etc.)?

It's an F4L912 that introduced me to Deutz last spring, I love these air cooled engines for their light weight,
my next one will likely be a V-10.

TIA




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