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Difference between 912 and 912W engines


Created On Monday 17, January, 2011 4:18 PM by JTCA

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JTCA
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Note Monday January 17, 2011 16:18 View thread in raw text format
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What are the differences between the 912 and 912W engines?
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912W is an indirect injection engine mainly used in underground machinery.
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the difference is the length of the W type is longer for the piston and con rod and different block and also different nozzle plunger and valve actually if you do not have the spare parts for the W just through it away and replace it with the D or F family

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