PACCAR, one of the leading diesel engine manufacturers, founded in 1905. PACCAR participates in design, manufacture and customer support of light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks under the Kenworth, Peterbilt, Leyland Trucks and DAF nameplates.
PACCAR MX ENGINE
“The PACCAR MX-13 and MX-11 engines are designed to deliver optimum performance, durability, fuel economy, and the lowest total cost of ownership for our customers,” said PACCAR Vice President Landon Sproull.
As you can see, MX series engines would be more durable, productive and have more payload and reliability. Both engines (MX-13 and MX-11) come standard with remote diagnostics that can assist delivering proactive uptime support.
Engines Overview: PACCAR MX-13 ENGINE
The PACCAR MX-13 diesel engine is built for the longer life and haul more payload. The MX Engine features a high pressure common rail fuel system and a B10 design life of one million miles, which helps the engine more durable. Besides, the MX-13 engine greatly improves reliability and fuel economy for Kenworth(T680, T880, W990) and Peterbilt trucks.
The cylinder configuration of MX-13 diesel engine is inline 6-cylinder and the engine displacement is 12.9 liters. Thus, it has power ratings from 405 to 510 horsepower, torque ratings range from 1,450 to 1,850 lb.-ft..
You can learn more about the specifications of MX-13 Engine in the form below.
Key Specifications of MX-13
|Configuration||Inline 6 Cylinder|
|Bore x Stroke (mm)||130 x 162|
|Dry Weight||2,600 lbs.|
|Oil System Capacity||42 U.S. quarts|
|Peak Torque||1,450-1,850 lb.-ft.|
|Governed Speed||2,200 rpm|
|Clutch Engagement Torque||937 lb.-ft. @ 800 rpm|
|B10 Design life||1,000,000 miles/1,600,000 km|