16V2000M94

2600HP (1939kW) @ 2450RPM. The Series 2000 engines stand out for numerous reasons: They are not only compact, quiet and light, but also reliable, easy to service and highly efficient. The engines also fulfil the SOLAS safety requirements and the IMO and EPA Tier II exhaust emissions specifications.
The spectrum of applications ranges from yachts, work and tourist boats, crayboats, police craft, patrol boats and government vessels.

Features:
    • V 16 Cylinder
    • 2600HP (1939kW) @ 2450RPM
    • 4 stroke liquid cooled diesel engine
    • Sequential turbocharging with charge air cooling
    • Triple-wall water-cooled manifold
    • Split-circuit cooling system using heat exchanger with titanium plates
    • EPA Tier II
    • IMO
    • SOLAS
    • Electronic monitoring and control system for engine gearbox and shipside installations
    • Triple-walled watercooled exhaust gas routing and watercooled turbocharger housing
    • flywheel housing SAE
    • individual 4 valves cylinder heads
    • wet and replaceable cylinder liners
About the MTU 2000 SERIES COMMON RAIL

The MTU 2000 CR series features state-of-the-art technologies and has significantly more power than the 2000 Series.
The power density of the new 2000 CR engines has been increased to such an extent that the new 10V 2000 CR provides the same power as the 12V 2000 engine currently in the market. This is equivalent to a 20% increase. The new 10-cylinder is one third smaller than the previous 12-cylinder model, with only 80% of its weight.
The 2000 CR engines are set to gradually replace the engines of the current 2000 series. With a power to weight ratio of 1.99 kg/kW (1.48 kg/hp), the new engines are very light. The 2000 CR engines boast several innovative technologies, including common rail fuel injection, compound turbocharging with water cooled compressor and turbine housings and newly developed electronics.
Four variants (8V, 10V, 12V and 16V engines) cover the power outputs from 1200 up to 2400hp. A new addition to the series is the 10-cylinder model, which bridges the gap between 8V and 12V, which existed with the 2000 series.
Low emission levels and low fuel consumption ensure that the engines comply with the EPA Tier 2/Euro 2 emission standards and offer class leading fuel economy. Service is also made easier by the new electronics, which enable optional remote access to engine data via an internet connection. This makes fleet management easier.