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Acco engine transplant 13 Jun 2022 13:27 #236006

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What would be a good diesel eng transplant for a 1981 AccoT 1910C 392 with 10 Speed R/R and 6.83 diff and lazy axle.

Would the result give 90 kmh top speed ?

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Acco engine transplant 13 Jun 2022 14:29 #236007

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We had this discussion a few Months Ago Maurice...

You could use anything from an old Perkins all the way up to a Brand New B series Cummins.. it'll just depend on your Budget & what the intended use/outcome you're after.. !!
If you use something that wasn't a factory option back in the day? You may need need to get It engineered..
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