Quantcast Table 2-1.  6.2 L Engine Run-In Schedule.

Custom Search
 
  
 
TM 9-2815-237-34 Change 1           2-189 2-43.   ENGINE RUN-IN (Cont’d) 3. Remove engine load and idle until temperatures drop. 3.1. Test governor speed with a WOT no-load test for 30 seconds. 4. Stop engine and inspect for and correct any leaks. 5. Disconnect engine from dynamometer. Table 2-1.  6.2 L Engine Run-In Schedule. Speed (rpm) Time (Minutes) Torque Lb-Ft Nm 725 5 0 0 2000 30 103 140 3000 30 133 180 3400 30 146 198 Max 30 No Load 3400 30 WOT* * WOT – Wide OpenThrottle. Final test interval at 3600 rpm will verify the power level of the engine. Power output should be approximately 150 hp (112 kW) and 219 lb-ft (297 Nm) of torque. NOTE Power output should be 135 hp (100.8 kW) and 197.1 lb-ft (267.3 Nm) of torque when using JP-8 fuel. Speed (rpm) Time (Minutes) Torque Lb-Ft Nm 650 5 0 0 1200 30 80 109 2000 30 94 128 3000 40 140 190 3600 15 WOT* 4000 0.5 WOT*   Table 2-1.1.  6.5 L (NA) and 6.5 L (T) Engine Run-In Schedule. * WOT – Wide OpenThrottle. Final test interval at 3400 rpm will verify the power level of the engine. Power output should be approximately 160 hp (119 kw) at 247 lb-ft (335 Nm) of torque for naturally aspirated engine. For turbocharged engine, power output should be 190 hp (142 kw) at 293.5 lb-ft (398 Nm) of torque.


 


Privacy Statement - Copyright Information. - Contact Us

Integrated Publishing, Inc.
6230 Stone Rd, Unit Q Port Richey, FL 34668

Phone For Parts Inquiries: (727) 493-0744
Google +