Aftermarket Diesel Engine Mack (Engines) Parts - New & Remanufactured
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By 1916 Mack was producing 4- and 6-cylinder gasoline engines, and through 2014 continued to offer their own, in the form of three diesel I6s. Engines by other manufacturers were often optional, supplied over the years by Caterpillar, Cummins, Chrysler, Detroit Diesel, Hercules, Scania, and Waukesha.
Mack started making diesels in 1938, in 1957 the END and turbocharged ENDT 673 diesel were introduced. This 672 cu in (11.0 L) I6 engine family was successful, and remained in production for over 30 years.
In the early 1960s, Walter May, executive vice president of product and engineering at Mack Trucks HQ in Allentown, PA., prioritized research and development of a high-torque rise engine. Winton Pelizzoni, chief engineer at the Mack Trucks powertrain facility in Hagerstown, MD., designed an innovative engine based on this concept and then led development of the prototype that went into production. The engine was introduced as an inline six in 1966, as a V8 in 1970, and as the intercooled inline six 300 series in 1973. This was an industry-changing event. The Maxidyne, with an operating range of 1200–2100 R.P.M, and later 1050–1700 R.P.M., allowed a heavy Class 8 truck to be operated with a 5 speed (Maxitorque) transmission. Previously, heavy trucks typically operated between 1800-2100R.P.M. and were equipped with 10 or more gears.
In 2014 Mack offers three engine series, the 11 L MP 7, 13 L MP8, and 16 L MP10, with 325 hp (242 kW) to 605 hp (451 kW) and 1,200 lb⋅ft (1,627 N⋅m) to 2,060 lb⋅ft (2,793 N⋅m).
Diesel Cast Welding also carries aftermarket engine blocks, connecting rods and crankshafts. If
we do not carry or are out of stock, Diesel Cast Welding can also repair all of these items for
customers at half the cost of a new OEM item. And all of these products are produced at OEM
standards and warranties.
WE CAN DO IT. WE CAN REPAIR ANYTHING YOU HAVE!
Diesel Cast Welding produces new and remanufactured cylinder heads, engine blocks, connecting rods, crankshafts and also can repair these broken parts! Diesel Cast started remanufacturing cores and repairing diesel cast parts 84 years ago in 1936. Our work has always been produced to OEM standards and warranties. Diesel Cast Welding continuously receives calls for a wide variety of diesel engines. There are over 250 diesel engine manufacturers with over 25,000 engine models, series, castings and other variations. Also, since diesel engines last for twenty to thirty years many models are not supported by the OEM manufacturer. Because of this extraordinary array, we can only stock about two thousand of the most popular models. However, Diesel Cast Welding can also repair all of these items for customers at half the cost of a new OEM item. And all of these products are produced at OEM standards and warranties.