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OM 617

Daimler-Benz
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Damler-Benz OM 617
1974 - 1991
Diesel
Motor OM 617
Variant 617.910 617.912 617.951 617.950
Vekt tørr Kg
Byggeår 1974 - 1991 Mai 1978 - September 1980
Ytelse 80 Hk @ 4000 o/min 88 Hk @ 4350 o/min 125 Hk @ 4350 o/min
Dreiemoment 172 Nm @ 2400 o/min 172 Nm @ 2400 250 nm @ 2400
Innsprøytning Forkammer
Sylindre R5
Slagvolum 3005 cm³ 2998 cm³ 2998 cm³
Borring 91 mm 90,9 mm 90,9 91 (05/78-09/79 ) 90,9 (10/79-09/80)
Slag 92,4 mm
Kompresjon 21:1
Turbo Nei Ja
Ladeluftkjøler Nei
Kjøling Vann
Innsug åpner - før ØD
Innsug stenger - etter ND
Eksos åpner - før ØD
Eksos stenger - etter ND
Klaring innsug mm - kald
Klaring eksos mm - kald
Tenningsrekkefølge
Dieselpumpe
Dysespiss
Dieselfilter
Oljefilter
Stempelhastighet m/s
Stempelprodusent
Startmotor
Produksjonssted
Produksjonstall


Daimler-Benz OM617

The OM617 engine family was a straight-5 Diesel automobile engine from Mercedes-Benz used in the 1970s and 1980s. With some Mercedes-Benz 300D/300SD diesels already exceeding 500,000 miles it's considered to be one of the most reliable engines ever produced.

OM617.912

The OM617.912 was a 3.0 L (3005 cc) engine. Power output began at 80 hp (59 kW) but rose to 88 hp (65 kW) in 1979.

Applications:

  • 80 PS (79 hp/59 kW)
    • 1974-1976 Mercedes-Benz W115 240D 3.0
    • 1976-1979 Mercedes-Benz W123 300D
    • 1976-1979 Mercedes-Benz W123 300D Long
    • 1976-1979 Mercedes-Benz W123 300CD
    • 1976-1979 Mercedes-Benz W123 300TD
  • 88 PS (87 hp/65 kW)
    • 1979-1985 Mercedes-Benz W123 300D
    • 1979-1985 Mercedes-Benz W123 300D Long
    • 1979-1985 Mercedes-Benz W123 300CD
    • 1979-1985 Mercedes-Benz W123 300TD

OM617.913

This was an adaption of the .912 to the Mercedes-Benz TN T1 chassis. It had a downward facing oil filter housing.

  • 1982–1988 Mercedes-Benz TN|209 D / 309 D / 409 D

OM617.931

This engine was adapted from the .912 to fit the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, main difference being oil pan changes. Like the .912, power was increased in September 1979 to 88 PS (87 hp/65 kW).

Applications:

  • 1979-1991 Mercedes-Benz G-Class W460/W461


OM617.950

The revised OM617.950 also displaced 3.0 L but was now 2998 cc with a 90.9 mm bore and 92.4 mm stroke. Power output was 110hp (82 kW). This engine was used in the Mercedes-Benz W116 300SD from 1978 to 1980. It was the world's first turbocharged production diesel sedan.

OM617.951

The OM617.951 also displaced 2998 cc with a 90.9 mm bore and 92.4 mm stroke. Power output was 123 hp (91 kW) at first but rose to 125 hp (92 kW) in 1983. Torque was rated at 170.

OM617.952

The revised OM617.952 also displaced 3.0 L but was now 2998 cc with a 90.9 mm bore and 92.4 mm stroke. Power output was 123 hp (91 kW) at first but rose to 125 hp (92 ;kW) in 1983. Torque was rated at 170.