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Lister Petter LV2 diesel engine


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Old 08-19-2013, 04:26:01 PM
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Default Lister Petter LV2 diesel engine

Hi could anybody let me know where to find the power curve,torque curve etc.as the local model engineering club are looking to use this to build a deltic diesel,and the possible fuel consumption at 12kw thanks
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Default Re: Lister Petter LV2 diesel engine

I can only find the data sheets for the LV1 but I suppose the figures can just be doubled for the LV2, see what you think, the PDF is too big to put on here so Private Message me an email address and I'll send it to you
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Default Re: Lister Petter LV2 diesel engine

a lv2 is smaller than a st or ts2; so dont expect more than 7 kw at 1800.
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Default Re: Lister Petter LV2 diesel engine

The main advantage of the Lister LV2 is that this engine is rated for continuous operation at 3600 rpm at which speed it will make 18 hp, (or up to 20 hp on intermittent overload), the TS and ST range Lister engines although bigger engines do not have the 3600 rpm capability of the LV so have to operate at 1800 rpm (on a direct coupled alternator) at which speed they make less power than the smaller LV engine. Personally I rate the LV2 engine very highly, for the performance its one of the smallest diesels in the older Lister/Petter range, close coupled to a short Stamford Newage alternator they make compact and powerful generating sets.
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