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Re: Waukesha engine

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09-30-2010 23:13:54

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Per a 1945 Wauk spec sheet the 6SRL (70E is probably works code for orig eqpmt: carb, ign, etc, and maybe original user if a firm that bought a batch at a time) was a 43/8x51/8, 462cid, 45.9 NACC HP, which I assume (but don't really know) is equivalent to SAE (not Dyno) HP.
Have no idea of value or parts availabliity; Wauk Eng Hist Soc ( if advised of all info on tag, might be able to pinpoint prod date, orig eqpmt, etc (they have no parts). They're all volunteer, so may not reply immediately.
6SRL and 6SRLR variation also a fairly popular truck engine; your local library should have 50's/60's Motor Truck manual listing many truck installations, altho power unit may differ from truck version. Good luck.

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10-03-2010 18:13:43

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 Re: Waukesha engine in reply to noncompos, 09-30-2010 23:13:54  
I never heard of NACC horse power until now. I googled it and found the formular for NACC. My old VP4 Wisconsin is rated the same way. Sounds like everyone used it back it the beginning of engines. Learn something new everyday. Thanks

I did buy that engine, needs the magneto fixed and the clutch freed up and it might be on the road to running.

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