Manufacturers Engine BHP ranging of 5500hp to 5800hp

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  1. Laranjo123

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    Where can i find a Engine has a BHP ranging of 5500hp to 5800hp? Thx in advance
     
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  5. Laranjo123

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    Change of plan sorry for the wrong info i recalculated my BHP it's 2850 to 3000 bhp....Btw why i always see engines with 1000+ RPM damn that's too fast...I need 100-200 only T__T
     
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    you want a slow speed engine at 3000 hp
    that might be hard to find
     
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    Laranjo, just google MAK good german built engines from 500-5000 hp slow speed. Although they ar now owned by ole ma cat are still made in germany. sweet engines too.
     
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    MAK= Machshinbrau-Augsburg=Krupp--armaments, Atlas machinery and tied to Deutz. you must have heard of them.:)
     
  9. Laranjo123

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    hmm my ship is a twin screw. bout 15.5 knots
     
  10. Laranjo123

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    Why the engines have 700-1000+ rpm darn it too fast ...
     
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    What about a reduction gearbox????????
     
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    I think you will find all the MAK's are medium to high speed
     
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    you want a slow speed engine at 3000 hp
    that might be hard to find

    No problem at all, it just might weigh 20 tons.
     
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