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David Brown 1410 Engine

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Bill _Utah

03-09-2007 17:00:01

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I have a friend who is working on a David Brown 1410 Tractor with a Blown engine. I am helping him find a replacement and I have found an engine out of a DB 1494 which the Farm Supply Dealer says is the same engine.

Our problem is that when we campare engine block part numbers of the two, they are not the same.

Can anyone tell my for certain if the 1494 Engine is a direct bolt in for the 1410.

Thanks Bill

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James Gregan

03-18-2007 16:02:02

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 Re: David Brown 1410 Engine in reply to Bill _Utah, 03-09-2007 17:00:01  
Ricard the engine was not derated to improve reliblety they are a very relible engine! they were down rated because DB had just brought out the 90s and they were afraid that if they were to put the 91h engine into the 1490 that they would not sell the new 6 cylinder 1690.

The 1410/12 engine are an excelent engine and a very sweet runing engine if they are taken care of especialy when stoping the engine it should be let thick over for more than 2 minutes befor stoping!!!!!

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James Gregan

03-14-2007 06:50:49

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 Re: David Brown 1410 Engine in reply to Bill _Utah, 03-09-2007 17:00:01  
Yes the DB 1490 and 1494 are the same engine as a 1410 but they are derated if you want this engine to be the same horse power as the 1410 engine you must change the injection pump use the one of the old 1410 engine.

also if you want extra power from your 1494 engine fit a bosch injection pump found on some DB 1210s the 1494 engine should be then 95hp.

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richard in nz

03-09-2007 21:01:09

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 Re: David Brown 1410 Engine in reply to Bill _Utah, 03-09-2007 17:00:01  
Same(ish) motor, the 1490/1494 was derated from the 1410/1412 to try and imrove reliability. They have a bigger crank in them than the 1200/1210/1212, a turbocharged 1200 series engine wont last many hours at all.

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03-09-2007 17:42:19

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 Re: David Brown 1410 Engine in reply to Bill _Utah, 03-09-2007 17:00:01  
Bill, both are 219 cubes 1410 i think is turbo .The 1494 is newer block so the numbers will be difrent. Also 1210 and 995 should be the same ,good luck love my 1210!Steve

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