New 13-litre ’07 motor churns out 485 hp and 1700 lb ft
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Is selective catalytic reduction (SCR) in Navistar’s future? Perhaps — although, with a twist.
Do you think only ‘horsepower’ when you dream about your next new engine? Don’t. You should be buying torque too. From highwaySTAR, January 2000.
DETROIT — After nearly five years and $1.5 billion in development, the new heavy-duty DD15 engine was unveiled last week at Detroit Diesel’s Redford, Mi. engine plant.
TORONTO – It’s barely over a year since mandatory speed limiter enforcement kicked-off in Ontario and Quebec and their impact on highway safety, for better or worse, is still difficult to assess.
Mack’s new MP7 engine is a small package that delivers traditional Mack performance in a really big way.
Cantec’s capacitors offer more engine-cranking power than four batteries
LISLE, IL – Navistar announced it’s combining the manufacturing of mid-range engines as the next step in its turnaround efforts.
Sensible spec’ing needn’t mean coyote ugly.
CONSHOHOCKEN, PA – The American Society for Testing and Material International has issued a standard specification for the diesel alternative in truck engines, dimethyl ether.
With a more powerful performance, best-in-class fuel economy, reliability, and engineering excellence, Detroit Diesel technology is reshaping life on the road. And you’d expect nothing less.
Whether you’re in the coalmines of West Virginia or the forests of Western Canada, Detroit Diesel engines have the power and torque to deliver the horsepower you need, when you need it.
Meet Bob Tennant, President of Tennant Truck Lines,an open deck carrier hauling oversized loads by their fleet of International® ProStar® trucks powered by MaxxForce® 13 engines, driven by company drivers like Gary.
BOULDER, CO – A report by Navigat Research, a consulting team that analyzes global clean technology markets, forecasts that sales of natural gas truck and bus fleets will grow from 170,200 annually in 2013 to 398,400 by 2022.
Cat’s C15 with ACERT: Fuel savings talk, but will drivers balk?