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Mtu 8v183 Te92, 8 Cylinder Diesel Marine Engine on

US $49,500.00

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
All new cylinder liners and rings. Heads have been rebuilt. Runs smooth, as shown in linked video in description
Brand:MTU Manufacturer Part Number:8V183 TE92 Engine(HP):665

MTU 8V183 TE92, 8 Cylinder Diesel Marine Engine

MTU Model No. 8V183 TE92

Mercedel Model No. OM442 LA

Serial No. 442.901-520-674100




MTU 8V183 TE92, 8 Cylinder Diesel Marine Engine

2400 Hours

Year: 1989

Power: 490kW (658 HP) @ 2300 RPM

L 1719 mm

W 1330 mm

H 1245mm

*New  Cylinder Liners & Rings

*Heads Have Been Rebuilt

Gear Driven Cam

Steep Cam Lobes

Splash Lubed Throughout

Bosch Injector 1000 Mbar Boost

Refractory Alloy Steel Valves

Electronic Governor

Splash Lube Fuel Pump, Turbo

Self Contained Coolant

Dual Thermostats Massive Ducts

V Belt Centrifugal Coolant Pump

Exceptionally Well Cooled Engine.


Watch video of Engine being run here: 8V183te92

Asking $ 49,500.00 BO 



Multiple pictures available upon request and any questions gladly answered.

Handling and shipping can be arranged for any Worldwide destination through our local vendor at an additional cost.

The sale is FOB Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


TERMS /CONDITIONS : These Goods are offered subject to prior sale, withdrawal, without notice. Buyer has right to inspect said Goods prior to final bid. Acceptance of bid shall constitute a binding contract. This sale is “as is, where is,” Ft. Lauderdale, Florida USA, with no warranties express or implied as to condition, quality, or fitness for a particular purpose. Seller shall not be liable under any circumstances for any defects patent, latent, or otherwise. The Buyer acknowledges that no guarantees or warranties were expressed or implied by the Seller or his agent regarding the condition, quality or fitness for any purpose of the Goods.

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