Caterpillar C8.7 (650 mhp)
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Caterpillar C8.7 (650 mhp)

From € 63 550 (excl. VAT)

Rating E - 478 bkW - 650 mhp - 2300 rpm / Yacht setting.

The C8.7's sophisticated fuel delivery system allows the use of a radial, belt-driven supercharger in addition to the conventional turbocharger; this feature eliminates smoke and reduces lugging, while delivering phenomenal low-end torque and impressive fuel economy. . FPT (Fiat Powertrain Technologies) Industrial's advancements in second-generation common rail fuel injection systems paired with an innovative air management system allows the compact C8.7 to develop an impressive 650 mhp @ 2300 rpm while meeting EPA Tier 3 Commercial, EPA Tier 3 Recreational, IMO II, and EU Stage IIIA (EU IW) emissions standards.

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Product Features / Compatibility:

  • Height (mm): 1300
  • Width (mm): 1204
  • Lenght (mm): 1931
  • Power Range (bkW): 478
  • Power Range (bhp): 641
  • Power Range (mhp): 650
  • Speed Range (rpm): 2300
  • Emissions: IMO II
  • Approximate Engine Dry Weight (kg): 47.4
  • Delivered within 2 to 5 days.

    • Electronic supercharger control provides high torque and acceleration accuracy at low revs, while being efficient at high revs.

    • The closed circuit ventilation and gas recirculation system provides a better cleanliness of the engine room.

    • Common rail injection, combined with ACERT CAT technology, provides optimal combustion and reduced emissions.

    • Maintenance is facilitated thanks to the implantation of wear parts

    • Block heater makes it easier to start in cold weather

    • Compatible with Cat® displays and gplink monitoring systems

    • 12V or 24V DC motor power supply system

    • High performance setting, "E" service

    C8.7

    Data sheet

    Height (mm)
    1300
    Width (mm)
    1204
    Lenght (mm)
    1931
    Power Range (bkW)
    478
    Power Range (bhp)
    641
    Power Range (mhp)
    650
    Speed Range (rpm)
    2300
    Emissions
    IMO II
    Approximate Engine Dry Weight (kg)
    47.4

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