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Cummins Mll: more for less

15th July 1993, Page 14
15th July 1993
Page 14
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by Steve Sturgess • Cummins has launched the 11litre Mll engine, which is designed to combine the power of the 14-litre N14 with the light weight of the Lb.

The M11 is based on the L10; a longer stroke boosts capacity to 10.8 litres and all variants come with electronic Celect engine management that incorporates much of the "smart" technology from the N14 Twelve models range from 209kW (280hp) to 276kW (370hp), with torque from 1,424Nm (1,0501bft) to 1,830Nm (1,3501bft). Anticipating strong demand at 246kW (330hp), Cummins offers four torque ratings on this model from 1,695Nm (1,2501bft) to 1,830Nm (1,3501bft)

with two Electronic Smart Power (ESP), multi-profile ratings

ESP is based on Celect; it automatically boosts power and torque for hill-climbing. The system

was introduced on the

American-spec N14 last year. On the Mll FSP1 offers 209kW/1,424Nm in cruising mode, rising to 246kW/1,695Nm in performance mode.

ESP II gives 231kW (310hp) with 1,559Nm (1,150Ibft) of torque in cruising mode, rising to 276kW (370hp) and 1,830Nm (1,3501bft) in performance mode.

Limited production starts in October with full production at the beginning of next year.


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