Engine source

Discussion in 'Diesel Engines' started by fcfc, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. fcfc
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  2. gonzo
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    As far as I know they are Kubota.
     
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    No. They are not kubota. Kubota has the z482 , same bore stroke as the mp 208, but as much more power. Kubota marinised engines are sold as 10hp 3000 rpm or 14 hp 3600 rpm engines (nanni n2.10 n2.14, beta 10 & 14).

    There is no Kubota size for the MP 210. The kubota Z602 has bigger stroke. and is around 16 hp when marinized. The mp210 is 10 hp only.

    And the price alone makes for sure they are not Kubota engines.

    Thanks.
     
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    And same for the MP321. The kubota D1105 is sold as a 30 hp engine when marinized. The MP321 is only 21hp, so I doubt a Kubota source.
     
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    Phone them up or email them and ask....
     
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