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Written by David Boyd   
Thursday, 01 January 2009 21:24

Engines used by British vehicles

Make Type Cylinders BHP RPM Max Torque Oil Capacity Coolant Coolant Capacity
Ford,Detroit,Canadian,Dagenham V.8 8 80 3300 1740lb/2100 1 Gall Water 4.5 Galls
                 
Nuffield 45 V Angle 12 340 1500 15000lb/1100 18 Galls Water 22 Galls
Nuffield Liberty Mk III 12 340 1500 13000lb/1100 18 Galls Water 22 Galls
Nuffield Liberty Mk V 12 385 1700 15432lb/1100 14 Galls Water 15 Galls
                 
Vauxhall Bedford Twin 6 12 325 2200 11000lb/1200 11 Galls Water 26 Galls
                 
Rolls Royce Meteor 12 570-600 2550 17400lb/1300 14.5 Galls Water 14 Galls
Rolls Royce (Centurion) Meteor 12 600 or 650 2550 17400lb/1300 14.5 Galls Water 20 Galls
                 
Meadows D.A.V 12 280 2200 8700lb/1300 12 Galls Water 19 Galls
Meadows M.A.T 12 165 2700 4608lb/1600 4 Galls Water 7 Galls
                 
A.E.C (Petrol) A.189 6 135 1900 4920lb/1200 8 Galls Water 8.5 Galls
A.E.C (Diesel) A.190 6 131 1800 4980lb/1250 8 Galls Water 8.5 Galls
                 
G.M.C 6-71(S Stroke) Model 6004 6 138 1800 5800lb/800 8 Galls Water 8.5 Galls
G.M.C (Val IX) 6-71(S Stroke) Model 6004 6 130 1900 5400lb/900 8 Galls Water 8.5 Galls
G.M.C (Val IX, Last 300) 6-71(S Stroke) Model 6004 6 165 1900 6300lb/1000 8 Galls Water 8.5 Galls
G.M.C (Val X) 6-71(S Stroke) Model 6004 6 165 1900 6300lb/1000 8 Galls Water 8.5 Galls
G.M.C (Val XI) 6-71(S Stroke) Model 6004 6 165 1900 6300lb/1000 8 Galls Water 8.5 Galls
                 
Daimler OHV 6 95 3600     Water 5.5 Galls

Sources - WO 194

 

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