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Old 05-30-2011, 09:01 PM   #1
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9.0L International Diesel engine - $400

This engine needs repair. We pulled it from our bus, 2 Clyinders were very low on compression and had a internediate knock.
Long block comes complete with intake, injector pump, injectors, powersteering pump, alternator, bell housing, motor mounts, flywheel
and starter. Any other question feel free to ask.
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Old 05-31-2011, 12:19 AM   #2
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Re: 9.0L International Tell all

Please tell all. I am not familar with your engine. You wrote the engine is a 9.0 L and converted to cubic inches is about 550. Is your engine complete ?? Is the engine with turbo? How many miles?? How was the oil pressure ?? Engine horsepower?? Was engine bolted to a manual or auto trans? Frank
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Re: 9.0L International Diesel engine - $400

Frank,
Not knowing anything of his engine, but the 9.0 is basically big brother to the 6.9 IH/Ford engine (like you would find in an 80's Ford pickup) They are non-turboed. Some compare them to a 3208, but better. They are a good engine, I have run a lot of them...and hard.

Just assuming you are unfamiliar with the engine model itself.
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Thank you Opus

I have several vehicles with the 7.3 diesel. I have a bus with a 3208 engine. I would like to find a 466 to replace my BB with a 7.3. No HP. Frank
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Re: 9.0L International Diesel engine - $400

Engine, PowerTech™ PSX 9.0L Interim Tier 4/Stage IIIB, power ratings/specifications
PowerTech PSX 9.0L engine

PowerTech PSX 9.0L engine

In 8R and 8RT Series Tractors, the PowerTech PSX 9.0L engines provide power take-off (PTO) torque rise up to 44 percent and PTO power bulge of 12 percent. There are several performance characteristics of the 9.0L engines that ensure excellent performance in almost any situation.


Key engine features such as series turbochargers – a variable-geometry turbocharger (VGT) and a fixed-geometry turbocharger – and the four-valve cylinder head provide high levels of torque rise and fuel economy and allow the engines to reach peak torque quickly.

Excellent fuel efficiency

A combination of advanced design features contained in PowerTech PSX 9.0L engines and surrounding tractor systems work together to provide the most efficient use of engine power, resulting in less fuel consumption.

A 24-valve cylinder head (four valves per cylinder)
A VGT in combination with a fixed-geometry turbocharger
A high-pressure common rail fuel system with single-injector electronic control
The Vari-Cool™ system components:
The variable-speed fan and hood design
The drivetrain and brake system are focused on limiting oil windage losses that reduce available engine power and increase fuel usage.
Automatic PowerShift and infinitely variable transmissions (AutoPowr™/IVT™) can be optimized for maximum fuel efficiency.

Tractor models and power ratings

Engine and PTO power ratings

How are rated and maximum power determined?

John Deere uses a precise procedure to measure engine-only power levels.
The engine horsepower standards provide more detailed explanations of the different standards.

Basic engine specifications


Manufacturer/ type John Deere PowerTech PSX 9.0L four-valve-per-cylinder engine
Rated speed 2100 rpm
Type Diesel, in-line, six-cylinder, wet-sleeve with 24 valves in head
Aspiration Series twin turbocharger with fixed-geometry first-stage variable-geometry, second-stage air-to-air aftercooling and cooled exhaust gas recirculation
Filter, engine air Dual stage with engine cooling fan aspiration
Displacement 9.0L (548 cu in.)
Bore and stroke 118 mm (4.66 in.) x 136 mm (5.35 in.)
Compression ratio 16.0-to-1
Lubrication Full-pressure, full-flow filtration with bypass
Filter, oil Replaceable cartridge style, top-loading oil filter
Fuel system (type) Self-priming, electronically injected and governed, high-pressure common rail with electronic fuel-transfer pump (self-priming)
Filter system Two-stage with water separator and service required indicator light
Filter, primary 10-micron replaceable cartridge with water indication sensor and drain
Filter, secondary 2 micron spin-on element

Oil and coolant drain intervals

The 9.0L (548 cu. in.) engine features a 500-hour change interval when using approved John Deere Plus-50™ II oil and John Deere oil filter.

Previous initial oil and filter change at 100 hours is no longer required due to the factory oil fill of Break-In Plus™.
If using anything other than John Deere Plus-50 II, a 250-hour change interval is required.
Only use ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel.
An oil change of 500 hours is possible when using fuel with less than 15 parts per million (ppm) of sulfur, along with John Deere Plus-50 II oil.

To further reduce maintenance requirements, long-life coolant/antifreeze with coolant conditioner is used as the factory fill on all 8R and 8RT Series Tractors. The use of COOL-GARD™ II is recommended and extends the coolant system drain intervals. Refer to the operator’s manual for more information.

Oil and coolant capacities


Capacities


8235R


8260R


8285R


8310R


8335R


8360R

Crankcase - 2WD or 1300 MFWD


25 L
(26.4 qt)


25 L
(26.4 qt)


25L
(26.4 qt)


25 L
(26.4 qt)


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Crankcase - 1500 or Independent-Link Suspension (ILS™)


28 L
(29.5 qt)


28 L
(29.5 qt)


28 L
(29.5 qt)


28 L
(29.5 qt)


28 L
(29.5 qt)


28 L
(29.5 qt)

Cooling system


41 L
(43.3 qt)


41 L
(43.3 qt)


41 L
(43.3 qt)


41 L
(43.3 qt)


41 L
(43.3 qt)


41 L
(43.3 qt)


Capacities


8310RT


8335RT


8360RT

Crankcase


25.0 L
(26.4 qt)


25.0 L
(26.4 qt)


25.0 L
(26.4 qt)

Cooling system


41 L
(43.3 qt)


41 L
(43.3 qt)


41 L
(43.3 qt)
Emissions certifications

Emissions certificate Web site

2011 certificates for engine family BJDXL09.0202:

CARB certificate
EPA certificate


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