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What is my engine's fuel-consumption?
In Liters per hour or US Gallons per hour - Please!
What's the good of telling me my fuel consumption is 183g/Kw hour, or worse still 0.41 lbs per horse power hour?
Who understands that jargon?
I want to know how much fuel my engine consumes in real terms like in liters per hour or in US gallons per hour.
Waheeb renews his membership
Much appreciated your prompt reply.
I actually just renewed my subscription to your site, you've really got some good material.
Keep it up!
Simon says it's: everything that the WWW.com was meant to be
A very warm 'thank you' from Simon
Thank You! I am signing up for your membership immediately.
I bought a nice "olde" 65 IH cabover with a Cummins NH220 and am ecstatic that your forum has all the neccesary information in one place.
Also a Detroit pusher motor home...Your forum is everything that the WWW.com was meant to be.
Mike tells us just what he thinks of Barrington Diesel Club
I just joined for the year and downloaded a DT466 service manual that gives me EXACTLY what I was looking for!!
I'm EXCITED!! What a great concept!
International is so stingy with their information and here it all is.
I really appreciate it and look forward to learning a lot at your GREAT site.
Thanks again. Mike
Shane Desperate to find Perkins 903 engine specs
I am desperately trying to find the torque settings and routine for the head bolts of a Perkins , its a CP model , and its a 3 cylinder ... it appears to be near impossible to find them , even from DiPerk.
I really hope you can help me.
Fortunately we were able to help Shane with the specs he wanted and he wrote back:
I really want to thank you for your reply and help.
Without your help we would have really struggled , Thank You so very much . If its ok with you , i would love to hold on to your details for future help and queries .
Once again Thank You so much ,