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lombardini diesel

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cole in mo.

12-20-2009 17:52:05

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This engine may not be old enough for this fourm, but maby somebody has one or knows. Any way I picked up a lombardini 6LD260 single cyl diesel engine, I was wondering what the hp rateing is, and if would be enough to run a 4,000 watt portable generator. And if so, would it be better working shaft to shaft, or belt and pullys.

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01-09-2010 21:11:14

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 Re: lombardini diesel in reply to cole in mo., 12-20-2009 17:52:05  
A google search turned up a site that had this link on it. Here is a link to the site itself.
Below is a link to a shop manual for the engine that gives the HP. In answer to your question though the engine apears to be around 4.5 to 5 HP depending on the spec used while a 4000 watt generator will take closer to 5.5 HP to drive at the full 4000 watt output. Given that the engine is around 1/2 HP too small at the rated wattage it's not going to work since you need at least the full 5.5 HP available as well as a little extra to insure the engine can keep up and not be lugging at full load all the time. Good luck and I hope this helps.

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cole in mo.

01-10-2010 17:25:58

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 Re: lombardini diesel in reply to NCWayne, 01-09-2010 21:11:14  
thanks guy, I found that site, learned a lot, thanks for the help.

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