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Re: competeting with 560

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 Re: competeting with 560 in reply to Sokypuller, 03-13-2014 12:31:32  
D17 diesel with an Allis 21000 series engine.

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03-13-2014 18:24:46

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 Re: competeting with 560 in reply to Going to blow, 03-13-2014 15:01:14  
What is the allis series 21000 engine? Isnt that a very large power unit diesel engine? How do the D-17"s pull in the 5500-7500# classes at 3-4 mph? Comparable to a oliver 88 or farmall 560?

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 Re: competeting with 560 in reply to 4010 puller, 03-13-2014 18:24:46  
The 16000 (naturally aspirated) and 21000 (turbocharged) engines were used in some heavy equipment and over the road trucks. They were 844 cubic inches and rated up to about 400 horsepower. They were made in the late 60's/early 70's and were painted purple. I have an article about them somewhere. If might be off a bit on the details but I am in the ball park. I am sure it would be an extreme challenge to make one fit. Swapping in one of the "smaller, 426 & up, engines should work out better.

Not sure how D17's would do in the heavier classes. The D19's with the turbo diesel do well and the six cylinder gassers should do okay with a bit of boring and stroking. It all depends on how serious someone is and what they want to spend.

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