When it comes to engines, there are so many different combinations that have a certain mystique that goes alongside them. For some, they enjoy the way that an engine looks when it comes together and sits in the engine bay, others might focus on the power and torque that an engine is able to efficiently make and sometimes, well, I think that many of us can’t help but be incredibly impressed by the sound that comes from certain engine combinations. There’s just something about these aspects that could come together to make an all too appealing machine come to life. This time, we check out the likes of a v12 Detroit two stroke that might be one of the most massive engines that you’ll come across on the web today as it towers over anything you’d find in your standard car or truck. To get straight to the point, this diesel engine is an absolute beast. If the size alert doesn’t impress you as this diesel engine fires up, the sound coming from within will surely make you curious enough to look a little bit deeper into what exactly this thing is capable of as its presence is something that is truly impressive and imposing alike.
Oshkosh Defense was honored a $6.75 billion contract to work no less than 17000 new light trucks to supplant the US military’s maturing Humvees.
Their substitution is known as the unsuitably called the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, or JLTV.
The new vehicles are relied upon to cost around $250,000 per unit and will eliminate every single existing Humvee throughout the following 25 years.
The JLTV is furnished with a GM Duramax 6.6-liter diesel V-8, and it can be equipped with a diesel-electric cross breed framework.
The JLTV has boundlessly overhauled covering contrasted with the Humvee and as per Oshkosh the underbelly gives assurance practically identical to a MRAP.
Our FASS Titanium Series diesel fuel systems offer two optional electric heater ports. A FASS Electric Heater Kit can be utilized in one or both of these available ports. A coolant port is an additional option that can be utilized to maximize Cold Weather Performance! Brad discusses both of these options and shows just how effective this can be in the coldest of temperatures.