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Old 05-14-2008, 12:26 PM
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3100hp Nitrous Kenworth

The tricked out 8v92 built by TNT Racing in California can safely rev up to 4200RPM!! Now its finely tuned and produces about 3100hp at 3800RPM and who knows how much torque.

YouTube - 3100hp Nitrous Kenworth vs. Harley Davidson
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that thing is crazy bad.
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Old 05-14-2008, 12:58 PM
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INSANE.........
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Bad azz...but it sounds like a motorcycle??
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Old 05-14-2008, 01:23 PM
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Bad azz...but it sounds like a motorcycle??
you never heard an old 8v92 detroit in person? thats how they sound. They sound badass in person tho. Or at least i think so.
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Old 05-14-2008, 01:28 PM
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you never heard an old 8v92 detroit in person? thats how they sound. They sound badass in person tho. Or at least i think so.
Nope can't say that I have....but you learn something new everyday
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Old 05-14-2008, 01:39 PM
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you never heard an old 8v92 detroit in person? thats how they sound. They sound badass in person tho. Or at least i think so.
yes they do i have there only 2 in my life but thay sound awsome
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Old 05-14-2008, 02:01 PM
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Julian.. that particular diesel engine is a 2 stroke. Yes.. you read that right, a two stroke.

A Detroit 8V-92 tells you lots about itself just through it's name. It has 8 cylinders, each of with displaces 92 cui. It's very large. There are several different configurations of this basic engine, up to I believe 12 and 16 cylinders.

Also... they use blowers to move the air into and out of the engine... without the blower.

The blowers used in gasoline applications to this day are based on the ones developed for these diesel engines. They are also sized based on the diesel engines they came from. For example a 4-71 blower was sized to feed a 4 cylinder, 71 cui/cyl engine.
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Julian.. that particular diesel engine is a 2 stroke. Yes.. you read that right, a two stroke.

A Detroit 8V-92 tells you lots about itself just through it's name. It has 8 cylinders, each of with displaces 92 cui. It's very large. There are several different configurations of this basic engine, up to I believe 12 and 16 cylinders.

Also... they use blowers to move the air into and out of the engine... without the blower.

The blowers used in gasoline applications to this day are based on the ones developed for these diesel engines. They are also sized based on the diesel engines they came from. For example a 4-71 blower was sized to feed a 4 cylinder, 71 cui/cyl engine.
Wow a two stroke, I guess that explains the sound......I never that about the 4-71s and the same can be said about the 6,8, and 10-71's
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Bad azz...but it sounds like a motorcycle??
THAT IS CRAZY JULIAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I had an old 77 Suzuki I4 750 I turned into a drag bike. As soon I heard that beast rev, It reminded me of that old bike.
Ahh the good old days. What I wound'nt do to be young again.

Great video, Thanks for sharing and for the blast to the past.
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