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Posted By parkerfarm Wednesday, January 30, 2019 1:39 PM
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27113953 what engine do I have? can anyone help identify this engine? Thanks
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look on the pump side down about pan ledge, should say big cam,or 1,2,3,etc,,,,, two bits,, p/s then cpl on pump will give HP/RPM.
Thursday, January 31, 2019 4:57 AM by 4bangor
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tag is gone.
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The only info on that engine number on Cummins Quikserve site is that its an NT855 built 14/Aug/1985 at the RLA Engine Plant. (I don't know which plant that is)

the configuration number D093479BX02 only tells you that its a 5 1/2" bore,Turbo'ed & Aftercooled,Automotive Engine.

Very little info, sorry.

Being a 1985 build & Aftercooled I would hazard a guess that its a 350/400 HP Big Cam 2 or 3....

if it is BC2/3 it should have the 40 psi oil pressure system.

Alloy oil pan & large cast iron oil cooler makes it a BC2......Stamped Steel oil pan & smaller alloy bodied oil cooler makes it a BC3.

Turbo part number might give you another clue of its HP otherwise if there's no fuel pump tag the only other way is to pull an injector and get that part number.

hope this all helps and makes sense!

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Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:34 AM by Newto
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Awesome thanks. I will look for those numbers
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4156 looks like the fuel pump code....any Cummins fuel shop should be able to tell you what hp that code is.

the DR number means its a Diesel ReCon fuel pump.

and I believe the RLA engine plant was ReCon Los Angeles at Santa Fe Springs before they packed up and moved it to Mexico.

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