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Ford ⇐ PSA (Peugeot) XD Series ⇐ Indenor XDP Range
(1972?∼2003?)

The Ford-PSA-Peugeot XD series of diesel engines was sourced by Ford from Indenor through PSA Groupe's PSA PowerTrain (Formerly Peugeot Citroën Moteurs). PSA had marketed the XDs very successfully to power several brands of generators, tractors, light trucks and automobiles including their own very popular Peugeot 504 series of vehicles (with XD90). In turn, Ford not only used these engines in their own vehicles such as the European Ford Granada, but Ford also supplied these engines to its subsidiaries, including Jaguar, Volvo, and Land Rover. Ford also supplied these engines through Ford Power Products to DNT, Lehman, Stratos, Vetus, and Volvo Penta where they were marinized and resold to mainly new boat builders.


Lehman 4D61 marinized from PSA (Peugeot) XD90 diesel engine like used in the Peugeot 504 automobile.

The XDs came in several 4 cylinder inline Displacements including 1.9L, 2.1L & 2.5L. The 1.9L had a bore of 88mm and was designated the XD88. The base engine for the marinized Volvo Penta MD21A, the 2.1L (2112cc) XD90 had a bore of 90mm. Indenor, who designed this series used slightly different model designations in their production, the XDP 4/88 & XDP 4/90 respectively. The 2.5L engine retained the same stroke as the XD90 but gained a larger bore of 93mm. The XD engines were also produced in six-cylinder inline versions like the XDP 6/90 which was used as the base engine for the Volvo Penta MD31. All these engines came in several versions depending on their application (Agriculture, Automotive, Industrial & Power Generation) each with its own rating. Due to the popularity and commonality of these engines, most parts are readily available from numerous sources, including the various OEM's where they were fitted into tractors, generators, light trucks, automobiles, and boats.

From Wikipedia/Groupe PSA.
From Wikipedia/List of PSA Engines.


Ford ⇐ PSA (Peugeot-Citroën) XUD Range
(1982∼2003?)

The PSA XUD is a diesel engine designed and built by PSA - Peugeot and Citroën. It is an Indirect injection (IDI) engine, that uses a version of the Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ricardo Comet  V prechamber cylinder head design. The engine comes in 1.8 L (1,769 cc), 1.9 L (1,905 cc), and 2.1-liter displacments. The 2.1 has 12 valves, all displacements were built either naturally aspirated or turbocharged. The XUD was the predecessor to the HDI range of engines. Early HDi Engines were a PSA design, later 16-valve engines were jointly developed with Ford.

The XUD was available with either SOHC 8-valve or 12-valve heads. It was mainly applied transversally in front wheel drive vehicles, tilted by 30°. However, some applications in non-PSA vehicles had the engine installed longitudinally, with rear-wheel drive. The XUD is built in Citroën's plant in Trémery, near Metz.

Displacement ranges between 1.8 and 2.1 L (1,769 and 2,138 cc), and all XU diesel engines have a stroke of either 88 or 92 mm (3.46 or 3.62 in). The former was shared with the XU9. Bore sizes range from 80 to 86 mm (3.15 to 3.39 in), some of which are shared with other XU engines.

Upon its release the engine was noted as one of the best diesel engines (for cars and light vans) in the world with its high power output and refinement it made all other diesel engines seem agricultural. It was also particularly light, with a ready-to-run XUD9 weighing 157 kg (346 lb), 15% less than a comparable diesel of the previous generation.

Vegetable oil fuel: 
The engine, because it is indirect injection, with a slower combustion burn time than direct injection, is suitable to run on SVO (pure vegetable oil). A feature of the Ricardo Comet pre-chamber design is that it makes the engine tolerant of low Cetane value fuels such as SVO. The viscosity of vegetable oil when cold is too great for rotary injection pumps, (in particular the weaker Lucas CAV pump, the Bosch VE fuel pump is superior), preventing it from acting as a lubricant and increasing the workload on the distributor/rotary injection pump and damaging it. The Lucas EPIC pump fitted to the 2.1 L 12 valve turbo-diesel engine after 1995 is the weakest pump of all.

Features:
Horizontal Crankshaft, Removable "Wet" Cylinder liners
and IDI (indirect injection) Ricardo Comet V in head precombustion swirl chambers.
XUD engines were built at PSA-Peugeot-Citroën Site de Trémery near Metz, France.

From Wikipedia/PSA_XUD_Engine.
From Wikipedia/List of PSA Engines.


Ford "DuraTorq" Series (1999∼?) ZSD & TDCi Ranges
(Puma+) — (Ford Transit)


Ford Duratorq Diesel Engine.

In 1998, Ford entered into a joint venture with PSA (Peugeot-Citroën) to produce a range of new diesel engines. The joint venture makes identical engines which are fitted to a variety of vehicles from a wide range of car manufacturers. The engines are assembled in production plants in the cities of Trémery and Douvrin for PSA in France, at the Ford Dagenham plant in the UK, and Volvo Engine Plant in Skövde Sweden (that is when Volvo was still under Ford ownership). Ford fits these new engines into their popular Ford Transit line of vehicles as well as offering them for off-road applications including marine service. Mermaid is the primary marinizer of these engines. Like the earlier PSA developed XD diesel engines, these new engines have also been assembled and utilized by Mahindra in India. Mahindra has in turn supplied these engines to other OEM's around the globe for agricultural, Industrial and automotive applications. By volume, not only is Mahindra one of the largest vehicle manufacturers in India, it is the largest manufacturer of tractors in the world.

Through the years, Dagenham has been the primary plant producing most of the Ford of Britain's diesel engines such as the 4D, 6D and 2700+ series. Most recently the PT22, PT24 and PT32 were produced there. These engines were the marine versions developed from the Ford "Transit" lorry's Puma DuraTorq ZSD-422 (2005-), ZSD-424 (2007-) and DuraTorq TDCi 3.2 (2006?-) respectively. These engines were designed and put into production by a joint-venture between Ford and PSA Groupe that includes Peugeot, Citroën & Indenor (see Ford-PSA in the two sections above). In marine service however, these much lighter high-speed engines are not likely to achieve the avid following of their much heavier and more durable predecessors.


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Primary Marinizers of Ford Diesel Engines
Including marinizing component and "Kit" suppliers.
Some vendors marinized only brand new engines from Ford Power Products while some
marinized only used engines, while still others marinized both new and used engines.

The very popular 6.22L Lehman 120 (6D380) using the Ford 2715E Base Engine.

*In 1981, Bob Smith, who was the former managing director of Lehman Power, founded American Diesel Corporation in Kilmarnock, VA to provide aftermarket marinizing replacement parts and support for Lehman marinized Ford Industrial Power (UK) diesel engines. They also produced their own marinized replacement engine packages from the last of the Ford-Otosan 6.22L engines (similar to the Ford-Lehman Super 135). They were rated at 120, 125, 130, 136 and 140 horsepower. American Diesel Corp can supply most of the parts required to accomplish the "Fixes" that need to be accomplished to prevent engine damage. The americandieselcorp.com website has recently been updated with new features including Parts Lists, a Parts Order Form, and a Contact Form. Bob was well known for his Lehman Workshops. We are saddened to have to report that Bob has passed away. See Passagemaker's heartfelt and informative obituary. Bob's very capable and diesel-experienced son, Brian, will carry on the good work that would make his father proud.


Bob Smith (right) presenting his Lehman Workshop at Trawlerfest in Anacortes, WA.


Specifications For DNT ΞModelΞ
ΞDescriptionΞ

Including Other Marinized Versions including Marine Generators
Features: Vertical/Horizontal Crankshaft and Horizontal Boreable Parent Bore/Wet/+Dry/ Liner Cylinders


Specifications for Ford
Agricultural, Automotive, & Industrial Diesel Engines
And Popular Marinized Versions of These Engines

TABLE KEY:
Types of Engine Vendors: Engine design owners may produce the engines in-house as manufacturers.
^ Licensees are licensed by engine design owners to produce base engines and/or marine engines.
^ Marinizers buy base engines from the producers at wholesale, marinize them for marine service,
^ ^ and then sell them to boat builders, resellers, etc. at wholesale or to end users at retail.
^ Resellers buy marine engines at wholesale and resell them at a markup or at retail.
BASE ENGINE: Manufacturer/Vendor & Model of Base Engine followed by Specifications.
^ CYL: Cylinder Orientation & Configuration - (Dash w/no spaces) Number of Cylinders: (example: "V-8")
^ ^ Cylinder Orientation: No Code = u… = Upright (Vertical). s… = Slanted (Inclined). h… = Horizontal (Flat). 
^ ^ Cylinder Configuration: I = In-Line.
^ BORE & STROKE: …mm = Millimeters. …in = …" = Inches.
^ DISPLACEMENT = Swept Volume: …cc = Cubic Centimeters (cm³). …L = Liters. …ci = Cubic Inches (in³).
MODEL RATINGS: Base Engine Model, Vendor Rating Code, Duty Ratings, Power Ratings, etc.
^ A-F: Aspiration-Fueling: Intake Air uncharged or charged (with or w/o cooling) - Diesel Fueling Type.
^ ^ Aspiration: N = Naturally Aspirated. T = Turbocharged. …i = Intercooled. …a = Aftercooled.
^ ^ Diesel Fueling: M = Mechanical Injection. …d = Distributor Injection Pump. …I = In-line Injection Pump.
^ ^ ^ …ii = II = Integral Injector. C = Common Rail. E = …e = Electronic Injection.
^ ^ ^ …d = Direct Injection (into combustion chamber). …i = Indirect Injection (pre-combustion chamber).
^ DR = Duty Ratings: See the Engine Duty Ratings Description at the end of the Table.
^ ^ ♦♦ = Highest Power Rating from Data Sources.
^ POWER: kW = Kilowatts. HP = Horsepower. BHP = Brake Horsepower. SHP = SAE Horsepower.
^ ^ sHP = Shaft Horsepower. MHP = Metric Horsepower. PS = Pferdestärke (Metric Horsepower).
^ RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute.
^ YEARS: Beginning∼Ending. Trailing "–" or "∼" without an Ending Date = Still in Production/Available.
^ ^ YYYY usually = Model Year. MM/YY = actual Month/Year.
^ ^ Vendors typically market products after production ceases, often until stockpiles are exhausted.
^ DS = Data Source: Click DS Link to view DS. ♦♦♦ = Summary of Data Compiled from Multiple Sources.
^ ^ DS's 1st Letter = Vendor's 1st Letter (example: F = Ford). Wik = Wikipedia. BD = BoatDiesel.com.
^ ^ DS's 2nd Letter:  ...d = Directory. ...w = Webpage. ...c = Catalog. ...b = Brochure. ...s = SpecSheet.
^ ^ ^ ...o = Owner's/Operator's Manual. ...m = Service/Repair/Technical/Workshop/Shop Manual.
^ ^ ^ ...p = Parts Catalog. …# = Serial # List ...h = History. ...y = Years Vended (History). ...f = Forum.
^ ^ DS's Last Digits: ...1,2,3,A,B,C,etc = Source #, Version, Revision (example: Fc1 = Ford Catalog #1).
Data: ⊗ = Data Not Available from Data Source. ¿... = ...? = Data Unconfirmed/in Question.

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ΞDescriptionΞ
Features: Horizontal Crankshaft and Parent Bore Cylinders



Ford ⇐ PSA (Peugeot) XD Series ⇐ Indenor XDP (1972?∼2003?)
Features: Horizontal Crankshaft and Removable "Wet" Cylinder liners.

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XDP 4/75 I-4 75mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4/75 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD75 N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XDP 4/80 I-4 80mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in 1608cc / 1.6L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4/80 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD80 N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
MARINIZERS:
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.17? N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼19?? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼19?? ?

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
DP 4/83 I-4 83mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in 1608cc / 1.6L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4/83 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD83? 75? N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 ?
MARINIZERS:
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.19? N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼19?? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼19?? ?

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XDP 4/85 I-4 85mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in 1816cc / 1.8L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4/85 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD85 N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XDP 4/88 I-4 88mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in 1948cc / 1.9L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4/88 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD88 N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
MARINIZERS:
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.19? N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼19?? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼19?? ?

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XDP 4/90 I-4 90mm / 3.51in 83mm / 3.237in 2112cc / 2.1L / 128.93ci
XDP 4/90 I-4 90mm / 3.54in 83mm / 3.27in ⊗cc / 2.11L / 129ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4/90 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD90 N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
FORD ⇐ MAHINDRA A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD90? N-M ♦♦ 1979∼2003? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1979∼2003? ?
MARINIZERS:
DNT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4.90 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
LEHMAN A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
4D46 N-M ♦♦ ? ¿46 ? ¿3000 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? ? ¿46 ? ¿3000 1972?∼1988? BD?
4D50 N-M ♦♦ 37 50 51 3000 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M 50 3000 ⊗∼⊗ Lo1.
  ^ N-M ? 37 50 51 3000 1972?∼1988? BD?
4D61 N-M ♦♦ 45 61 62 4000 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M 61 4000 ⊗∼⊗ Lo1.
  ^ N-M ? 45 61 62 4000 1972?∼1988? BD?
STRATOS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD90? N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.21? N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼19?? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼19?? ?
VOLVO PENTA A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
MD21A N-M ♦♦ 55.2 75 4500 1969∼1979 ♦♦♦
  ^ ⊗-⊗ 1969∼1979 ???
  ^ N-M MP 55.2 75 4500 ⊗∼⊗ Vm?

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XDP 6/90 I-6 90mm / 3.51in 83mm / 3.237in 3168?cc / 3.17?L / 193.4?ci
XDP 6/90 I-6 90mm / 3.54in 83mm / 3.27in ⊗cc / 3.17L / 193ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 6/90 N-M ♦♦ ⊗∼⊗ ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD90? N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 ?
MARINIZERS:
VOLVO PENTA A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
MD32A N-M ♦♦ 78 106 4500 1970∼1977 ♦♦♦
  ^ ⊗-⊗ 1970∼1977 ???
  ^ N-M MP 78 106 4500 ⊗∼⊗ Vm?

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XDP 4/9? I-4 ⊗mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in 2304cc / 2.3L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XDP 4/9? N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
XD2S? T-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M ? 1972?∼1988? ?
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD9? N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 ?
XD2 N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
XD2S T-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XD2 I-4 ⊗mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in 2304cc / 2.3L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD2 N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? Wik.
XD2S? T-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M ? 1972?∼1988? Wik.
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD2? N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
XD2S T-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XD3 I-4 ¿93mm / ⊗in ¿83mm / ¿3.237in 2498cc / ¿1.9L / ⊗ci
XD3 I-4 94mm / ⊗in 90mm / ⊗in 2498cc / 2.5L / 153ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ INDENOR A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD3? N-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972?∼1988? Wik.
XD3T T-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M ? 1972?∼1988? Wik.
XD3TE Ti-M ♦♦ 1972?∼1988? ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-M ? 1972?∼1988? Wik.
FORD ⇐ PEUGEOT A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XD3 N-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
XD3T T-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
XD3TE Ti-M ♦♦ 1972∼1988 ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-M ? 1972∼1988 Wik.
MARINIZERS:
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.25 (XD3P) N-M ♦♦♦ 46 62 3500 ⊗∼⊗ ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M 37 50 2600 ⊗∼⊗ Vm?.
  ^ N-M 46 62 3500 ⊗∼⊗ Vm?.

NOTES:


Ford ⇐ PSA (Peugeot-Citroën) XUD Series (1982∼2003?)
Features: Horizontal Crankshaft, Removable "Wet" Cylinder liners
and IDI (indirect injection) Ricardo Comet V in head precombustion swirl chambers.
XUD engines were built at PSA-Peugeot-Citroën Site de Trémery near Metz, France.

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XUD7 I-4 80mm / 3.15in 88mm / 3.46in 1769cc / 1.8L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ PSA A-F DR kW HP PS RPM YEARS DS
XUD7/K‚ /Z N-M ♦♦ 44 59 60 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ /K N-M LV 44 59 60 1982∼200? Wik.
  ^ /Z (Catalyst) N-M LV 44 59 60 1982∼200? Wik.
XUD7 T/K T-M ♦♦ 57 77 78 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M LV 57 77 78 1982∼200? Wik.
XUD7 TE Ti-M ♦♦ 66 89 90 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-M LV 66 89 90 1982∼200? Wik.
MARINIZERS:
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.17 N-M ♦♦ 1982?∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? ?∼? Vm?.
  ^ N-M ? 1982?∼200? ?

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XUD9 I-4 83mm / 3.27in 88mm / 3.46in 1905cc / 1.9L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ PSA A-F DR kW HP PS RPM YEARS DS
XUD9* N-M ♦♦ 48 64 65 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M LV 48 64 65 1982∼200? Wik.
XUD9 A* N-M ♦♦ 52 70 71 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M LV 52 70 71 1982∼200? Wik.
XUD9 SD T-M ♦♦ 46 62 63 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ (Catalyst) T-M LV 46 62 63 1982∼200? Wik.
  ^ (Catalyst) T-M LV 55 74 75 1982∼200? Wik.
XUD9 TE Ti-M ♦♦ 68 91 92 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ /L Ti-M LV 68 91 92 1982∼200? Wik.
  ^ /Y (Catalyst) Ti-M LV 66 89 90 1982∼200? Wik.
XUD9/Z N-M ♦♦ 50 67 68 1982∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ (Catalyst) N-M LV 50 67 68 1982∼200? Wik.
MARINIZERS:
LANCING A-F DR kW HP MHP RPM YEARS DS
XUDT 1900 (#43) T-M ♦♦ 93 4300 1982?∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M ? 93 4300 1982?∼200? Lp.
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.19 N-M ♦♦ 1982?∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? ?∼? Vm?.
  ^ N-M ? 1982?∼200? ?

NOTES: *The original XUD9 engine is known as the "square port" engine, as its cylinder head had square exhaust ports. Later (and noticeably improved) XUD9A engines have oval ports. (from Wik).

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
XUD11 A I-4 86mm / 3.39in 92mm / 3.62in 2138CC / 2.1L / ⊗ci
XUD11 ATE I-4 85mm / 3.35in 92mm / 3.62in 2088CC / 2.1L / ⊗ci
XUD11 BTE I-4 85mm / 3.35in 92mm / 3.62in 2088CC / 2.1L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD ⇐ PSA A-F DR kW HP PS RPM YEARS DS
XUD11 A N-M ♦♦ 61 82 83 1982?∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M LV 61 82 83 1982?∼200? Wik.
XUD11 ATE T-M ♦♦ 81 108 110 1982?∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ T-M LV 81 108 110 1982?∼200? Wik.
XUD11 BTE T-M ♦♦ 81 108 110 1982?∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ (Catalyst) T-M LV 81 108 110 1982?∼200? Wik.
MARINIZERS:
VETUS A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
P4.21 N-M ♦♦ 1982?∼200? ♦♦♦
  ^ N-M ? 1982?∼200? ?

NOTES:


Ford "DuraTorq" Series (2002∼) ZSD & TDCi Ranges
(Puma & TDCi) - (Ford Transit)
Features: Horizontal Crankshaft, "Parent Bore" Cylinders & Direct Injection.

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
ZSD-422 I-4 ⊗mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in 2.2L / 133.3ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
ZSD-422 (Automotive) Ti-Ce ♦♦ 96 1999∼ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 96 1999∼ Wik.
PT22 (Marine) Ti-Ce ♦♦ 96 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 63 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 81 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 96 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ Fb9+.
RESELLERS:
MERMAID A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
PT22 (Marine) Ti-Ce ♦♦ 96 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 63 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 81 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 96 ±3500 ⊗∼⊗ Fb9+.

NOTES: Some data from Wikipedia.

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
ZSD-424 I-4 89.90mm / 3.54in 94.6mm / 3.724in 2402cc / 2.4L / 146.6ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
ZSD-424 (Automotive) Ti-Ce ♦♦ 101 135 137 3500 1999∼ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 101 74-135 75-137 ⊗∼ Wik.
  ^ Ti-Ce 74 99 100 1999∼ Wik.
  ^ Ti-Ce 85 113 115 1999∼ Wik.
  ^ Ti-Ce 103 138 140 1999∼ Wik.
  ^ Ti-Ce 138 185 3000 ⊗∼ Wik
  ^ Ti-Ce 103 138 140 ⊗∼ Wik
PT24 (Marine) Ti-Ce ♦♦ 103 ±3500 ⊗∼ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 74 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 85 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 103 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.
RESELLERS:
MERMAID A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
PT24 Ti-Ce ♦♦ 74 ±3500 ⊗∼ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 74 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 85 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.
  ^ Ti-Ce 103 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.

NOTES:

BASE ENGINE:
FORD CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
TDCi 3.2 I-5 89.9mm / 3.54in 100.7mm / 3.96in 3198cc / 3.2L / 195.2ci

MODEL RATINGS:
FORD A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
TDCi 3.2 (Automotive) Ti-Ce ♦♦ 147 197 200 3500 2006∼ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 138 185 188 2006∼ Wik.
  ^ Ti-Ce 147 197 200 2006∼ Wik.
  ^ Ti-Ce 138 185 3000 2015∼ Wik
  ^ Ti-Ce 138 185 188 2015∼ Wik
PT32 (Marine) Ti-Ce ♦♦ 147 200 3500 ⊗∼ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 147 200 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.
RESELLERS:
MERMAID A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
PT32 Ti-Ce ♦♦ 147 197 200 3500 ⊗∼ ♦♦♦
  ^ Ti-Ce 147 197 200 3500 ⊗∼ BD.
  ^ Ti-Ce 147 200 ±3500 ⊗∼ Fb9+.

NOTES:


FORD
Engine Duty Ratings

Agricultural:
A = Agricultural
AP = Agricultural - Pto (Power Takeoff)
M = Maximum

Automotive:
CM = Continuous Maximum
LV = Light Vehicle (Cars & Vans)

Industrial:
BS = B.S. = British Standards
C = Continuous:
Power available continuously - Unlimited hours.
CA = Continuous A:
Power available continuously - Unlimited hours. (DIN 6270)
CB = Continuous B:
Power available continuously - Unlimited hours. (DIN 6270)
I = Intermittent: Power for <1 out of 8 hours (remainder at <75% power) - Annual hours <1000.
OL = Overload*: Fuel injection rack at maximum fuel duration (Very Intermittent).

Marine:
80% = Rating @ 80% Power: Continuous.
100% = Rating @ 100% Power:
Intermittent.
C = Continuous:
 Power available continuously - Unlimited hours.
I = Intermittent: Power for <1 out of 8 hours (remainder at <75% power) - Annual hours <1000.
M = Maximum Power Output

Power Generation:
C = Continuous: Power available continuously - Unlimited hours.
I = Intermittent: Power for <1 out of 8 hours (remainder at <75% power) - Annual hours <1000.
G = Generator
P = Generator Intermittent Peak Load

*The "OL = Overload" Duty Rating power output is achieved by these diesel engines only when the fuel injection control (the "rack" in most "Jerk" type fuel injection pumps) reaches maximum fuel duration and the engine is under heavy load. This "overload" power output is intended to be reached only occasionally for short duration situations such as when accelerating, as it results in over-fueling (a fuel rich mixture) that will cause rapid carbonization which in turn will severely shorten the service life of the engine. Therefore, it is recommended that the engine, gearing, propeller, etc. be set up so the fuel injection control will back off to a position that will provide the best ratio of fuel to air during sustained operation in order to achieve a long engine service life. Far too often, diesel marine engines are poorly matched to the watercraft by the builder and/or are over-propped with too much pitch, forcing them to suffer the serious consequences of over-fueling. See our article on Selecting the right diesel engine to discover a vital component that all diesel engines lack, but almost every gasoline engine is equipped with.


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Engine Duty Ratings
DRAFT

Marine:
C = Continuous: Power available continuously - Unlimited hours.
I = Intermittent: Power for <1 out of 8 hours (remainder at <75% power) - Annual hours <1000.


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The Main Topics follow a natural progression from building of the vessel thru its
marketing, survey, financing, insuring, transport, moorage, use and upkeep.
The Main Topics below are followed by their Primary Subtopics (w/Links).

00 – HOME: CONTENTSABOUT EAB, Contact EAB, Abbreviations & Symbols, FAQ, GLOSSARY,+.
01 – ABOUT BOATS w/Museum Directory: Early History, Recent History, Modern Vessel Types,+.
02 – BOAT BUILDING, OUTFITTING, REFITTING & REPAIR: Materials, Equipment, Builders,+.
03 – BOAT MARKETING: Boat Shows, Dealers & Brokers, Importing & Exporting, Auctions & Sales,+.
04 – BOAT INSPECTION: Types of Marine Surveys, Marine Surveyors, Schools, DIY Inspections,+.
05 – BOAT TITLES & VESSEL REGISTRY: Boat Title & Registration, Vessel Registry, Title Co's,+.
06 – BOAT FINANCING: Conventional (Banks, Credit Unions,+), Unconventional (Creative),+.
07 – BOAT INSURANCE: Types of Policies, Companies, Agents & Brokers, Claim Processing,+.
08 – BOAT TRANSPORT: By Sea (Piggyback, Delivery Skippers & Crews, & Towing), Over-Land,+.
09 – BOAT LAUNCHING & HAULING: Drydocks, Ways, Lifts, Cranes & Hoists, Launch Ramps,+.
10 – BOAT MOORAGE & STORAGE: Builders, Anchorages, Marinas, Yards, Racks & Stacks,+.
11 – BOATING ORGANIZATIONS: Yacht Clubs, Sailing Clubs, Owners, Educational, Gov-Aux,+.
12 – BOATING & TRAVEL: Events, Destinations, Boat Rentals & Charters, Cruises, Voyages,+.
13 – BOATING & MARITIME EDUCATION: Recreational Seamanship, Ship's Master & Crew,+.
14 – MARINE LAWS & REGULATIONS: International & National LawsLawyers‚ Investigators‚+.
15 – DO-IT-YOURSELF (DIY): Boat Building & Refitting, Boat Sales, Boat Inspections, Classes,+.
16 – MEDIA w/Creator Directory + Academy eLibrary: pDocs, Books, Magazines, Videos, Websites,+.

Main Topics with their Subtopics can also be found
on the Website Contents and the Right Sidebar.


What we have accomplished so far.
Anchors Aweigh Academy and its EverythingAboutBoats.org website.

  • Published over 300 website main topic webpages, many with full articles on the topic. See our Website Contents or the Right Sidebar for the listing of the main topic pages.
  • Published over 9,000 marine vendor webpages, all with their contact information, most with a description of their products and services, many with product documentation, specifications and independent reviews. (incl.: Boat designers, boat building tools, material and equipment manufacturers and suppliers, boat builders and dealers, yacht brokers, marine surveyors, boat insurers, boat transporters, skippers and crews, boatyards and marinas, yacht clubs, boat rentals and yacht charters, boating, seamanship and maritime schools, marine law attorneys and expert witnesses, boat refitters and repairers, book authors, magazine publishers, video producers, and website creators)
  • Acquired over 120,000 pages of product documentation including Catalogs, Brochures, SpecSheets, Pictures, Serial Number Guides, Installation Manuals, OpManuals, Parts Catalogs, Parts Bulletins, Shop Manuals, Wiring Diagrams, Service Bulletins, and Recalls. And have made all viewable to Academy Members through our EAB website eLibrary.
  • Acquired over 1,200 books and magazine back issues in our academy library and so far have made over 700 viewable to Academy Members through our EAB website eLibrary.
  • Published over 500 DIY How-To articles about boat design, construction, inspection, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair. We are working hard to do more.

We are currently formatting and polishing the Anchors Aweigh Academy online and hands-on courses. Our Marine Surveying course has proven to be excellent for both the beginner and the seasoned surveyor, and especially helpful to the Do-It-Yourselfer.


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website including expanded pages and valuable Academy programs
like our Academy eLibrary and our Ask-An-Expert Program!

If your membership has expired, CLICK HERE to Renew.

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General Comments About the Website

FROM Donald: "This is an awesome website. I found the information that I needed right away from one of the over 20,000 free articles that you provide as a public service. I'm surprised that so much if this site is free. But I still signed up so I could access the thousands of expanded pages, interesting articles, and dozens of valuable programs! The member's library of books, magazines and videos that I can view online is really terrific! I understand that you and your staff are all unpaid volunteers. Please keep up the good work. And I commend you for your plans to add another 10,000 free informative articles over the next year. I'm thrilled to support you in this endeavor with my small membership donation. Thanks again for all your hard work."

FROM Huey: "I agree with my Uncle, I too have found the articles to be very enlightening. They say that it will take about 100,000 articles to cover the full scope that they have envisioned for the website. They have over 20,000 articles so far and that's doing pretty well, but it could take several years to get the rest. I also noticed that many of the Main Topic Pages and some of the article pages are still in the rough draft stage. I guess that they will fill in as they can get volunteers to work on them. But what I can't figure out is why anyone would spend the time writing informative in depth articles just to give away free to this website for publication? What's in it for them?"

FROM Dewey: "Well Huey, to me It looks like most of the articles on this website are written by very informed people, like boating instructors, boat designers, boat builders, riggers, electricians, fitters, marine repair technicians and marine surveyors. Writing such articles helps establish them as knowledgeable professionals. After all, this website was originally created by a school for marine technicians and marine surveyors. The website is growing in content every day. They even had to move to a bigger, more powerful server because the website's traffic has been growing exponentially."

FROM Louie: "I agree with everyone above. This site is quickly becoming the ultimate reference resource about every aspect of boats and ships for everyone from the beginning recreational boater to the seasoned professional mariner. I use the topic pages on the right sidebar to browse around the website. It's like a Junior Woodchucks' Guidebook for Boaters. Their Members' Library of over 300 popular and obscure books and over 200 magazine back issues that can be viewed online is fabulous. The Academy's magazine is especially informative. On top of that, there is the "Ask-An-Expert program for members where you can get an expert's answer to any of your boat questions. And a whole years membership is only $25. What a deal! I really love being part of this "Everything About Boats" community and help provide thousands of helpful articles free to the public. I think that I'll sit down right now and write an article about my experiences boating with my uncle."

FROM Scrooge: "You rave about this website like it was the best thing since sliced bread. Well, I think it stinks. Sure, it has a lot of good information for boaters, and they're adding more every day, but it will probably never be finished. Furthermore, I don't even own a boat. And I wouldn't have a boat even if someone gave me one. Boats are a waste of money and time and energy and money! They're just a hole in the water you pour money into. If you gave me a boat, I'd sell it quicker then you could say Baggywrinkle. Then I'd lock up the cash with all my other money so I could keep my eye on it and count it every day. Bah humbug."

FROM Daisy: "I'm just so glad that Donald got the boat so we and the boys could enjoy boating — together. And of course all of the girls, April, May, and June, love to be on the water too, especially when that is where the boys are. Oh poor Scrooge, boating is more fun then you could possibly imagine."

FROM Scrooge: "After seeing how much fun you all have on the water together, I regret that I didn't have that much fun when I was young. I've had a change of heart, and I'm giving each of you a Lifetime Academy Membership."

FROM Editor: "For those of you that have stayed with us this far, many thanks, and we hope that you found this little narrative informative. Your faithful support inspires us to keep working on this phenomenal website. We know that we have a lot more to do. Ultimately, we hope that we can help you enjoy the wonder filled world of boating as much as we do. We are all waiting to see what you have to say about this webpage article. Submit any comments via email To: Comments♥EverythingAboutBoats.org (Replace "♥" with "@"). Be sure to include this page's title in the subject line. Also, your corrections, updates, additions and suggestions are welcomed. Please submit them via email To: Editor♥EverythingAboutBoats.org (Replace "♥" with "@"). It has been truly amazing to see what we have been able to accomplished when we've worked together. Thanks to all those that have donated their valuable time and energy, and a special THANK YOU to all that have supported this cause with their membership donations."

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