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Old 12-22-2010, 06:52 PM
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Default 5.9 and 6.7 Cummins Specifications

Cummins CR late model 5.9 & 6.7 engine specs/fluid capacities Bore and Stroke
5.9 liters [360 C.I.D] Engines....................102 mm [4.02 in] X 120 mm [4.72 in]
6.7 liters [409 C.I.D] Engines....................107 mm [4.21 in] X 124 mm [4.88 in]

Displacement (six-cylinder engine)....................5.9 liters [360 C.I.D] and 6.7 liters [409 C.I.D]

Firing Order (six-cylinder engine)....................1-5-3-6-2-4

Approximate Engine Weight (with standard accessories): Without EGR

Dry Weight for 5.9 Liters [360 C.I.D.]....................470 kg [1036 lb]
Dry Weight for 6.7 Liters [409 C.I.D.]....................475 kg [1047 lb]

Approximate Engine Weight (with standard accessories):With EGR

Dry Weight for 5.9 Liters[/b] [360 C.I.D.]....................519 kg [1144 lb]

Crankshaft Rotation

(viewed from the front of the engine)....................Clockwise

Valve Clearance:
Intake....................0.254 mm [0.010 in]
Exhaust....................0.508 mm [0.020 in]

Maximum Overspeed Capability (15 seconds maximum)...............4200 rpm

Minimum Ambient Air Temperature for Unaided Cold Start.......-12.2C [10F]

Minimum Engine Cranking Speed....................150 rpm

Engine Idle Speed....................Minimum 600 to maximum 800 rpm

Altitude Maximum Before Derate Occurs

5.9 liters Engines without EGR....................2000 m [6562 ft]
5.9 liters Engines with EGR....................3658 m [12000 ft]
6.7 liters Engines without EGR....................3048 m [10000 ft]

Oil Carryover: Open-crankcase ventilation system....................Less than 2 grams/hour [0.07 oz/hour]

Engine Blowby:
New....................1 kPa [4 in H 2O]
Used....................2.49 kPa [10 in H 2O]
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FUEL SYSTEM

Maximum Fuel Inlet Restriction With gear pump only (no engine mounted electric fuel lift pump) (at gear pump inlet)....................50.7 kPa [15 in-Hg]

With engine mounted electric fuel lift pump (at electric fuel lift pump inlet)....................20.3 kPa [6 in-Hg]

Rail Pressure

5.9 liter [360 C.I.D.] Engines Without EGR....................250 to 1400 bar [3626 to 20,305 psi]

5.9 liters [360 C.I.D.] Engines With EGR....................250 to 1600 bar [3626 to 23,206 psi]

6.7 liters [409 C.I.D.] engines without EGR....................250 to 1600 bar [3626 to 23,206 psi]

Fuel Pressure Range at Fuel Filter Outlet (engine cranking)

With gear pump only (no electric lift pump)....................303 to 1103 kPa [44 to 160 psi]

With electric lift pump....................0.0 to 0.8 bar [0.0 to 11.6 psi]

Fuel Pressure Range at Fuel Filter Inlet (engine running)

With gear pump only (no electric lift pump)....................503 to 1303 kPa [73 to 189 psi]

With electric lift pump....................0 to 80 kPa [0 to 11.6 psi]

Maximum Pressure Drop across Fuel Filter

With gear pump only (no electric lift pump)....................200 kPa [29 psi]

With electric lift pump....................34 kPa [5 psi]

Maximum Fuel Drain Line Restriction....................19 kPa [2.7 psi]

Maximum Fuel Inlet Temperature....................70C [158F]

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OIL SYSTEM

Oil Pressure:
Low idle (minimum allowed)....................69 kPa [10 psi]
At rated (minimum allowed)....................207 kPa [30 psi]

Oil-regulating valve-opening pressure range....................448 kPa [65 psi] to 517 kPa [75 psi]

Oil filter differential pressure to open bypass....................345 kPa [50 psi]

Lubricating Oil Filter Capacity....................0.95 liters [1 qt]

Oil Capacity of Standard Engine (six-cylinder):

5.9 liters [360 C.I.D] Engines (Low Capacity Oil Pan)
Pan only....................11.0 liters [11.6 qt]
Total System....................13.0 liters [13.7 qt]
High to Low (on dipstick)....................3.3 liters [3.5 qt]

Oil Capacity of Standard Engine (six-cylinder): 5.9 liters [360 C.I.D] Engines (Suspended Oil Pan)
Pan only....................17.5 liters [18.5 qt]
Total System....................19.5 liters [20.6 qt]
High to Low (on dipstick)....................2.0 liters [2.1 qt]

Oil Capacity of Standard Engine (six-cylinder): 5.9 liters [360 C.I.D] Engines (Standard Oil Pan)
Pan only....................14.2 liters [15.0 qt]
Total System....................16.7 liters [17.6 qt]
High to Low (on dipstick)....................1.9 liters [2.0 qt]

Oil Capacity of Standard Engine (six-cylinder): 6.7 liters [409 C.I.D] Engines (Standard Oil Pan)
Pan only....................14.2 liters [15.0 qt]
Total System....................16.7 liters [17.6 qt]
High to Low (on dipstick)....................1.9 liters [2.0 qt]

Oil Capacity of Standard Engine (six-cylinder): 6.7 liters [409 C.I.D] Engines (Suspended Oil Pan)

Pan only....................17.2 liters [18.5 qt]
Total System....................19.7 liters [20.8 qt]
High to Low (on dipstick)....................12.8 liters [3.0 qt]

Oil Capacity of Standard Engine (six-cylinder): 6.7 liters [409 C.I.D] Engines (High Capacity Oil Pan)
Pan only....................23.9 liters [25.3 qt]
Total System....................26.4 liters [27.9 qt]
High to Low (on dipstick)....................7.4 liters [7.8 qt]

Maximum Oil Temperature: Without EGR

5.9 liters [360 C.I.D.] engines....................120C [248F]
6.7 liters [409 C.I.D.] Engines....................138C [280F]

Maximum Oil Temperature: With EGR for 5.9 liters [360 C.I.D.] Engines....................135C [275F]

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Coolant capacities

Coolant Capacity (six-cylinder engine only)
Without EGR....................10 liters [2.6 gal]
With EGR....................11 liters [2.9 gal]

Standard Modulating Thermostat - Automotive Applications:
Without EGR....................82 to 92C [180 to 198F]
With EGR....................88 to 97C [190 to 207F]

Standard Modulating Thermostat - Range Industrial Applications:
Without EGR....................88 to 97C [190 to 207F]

Maximum Allowed Operating Temperature Automotive Applications:
Without EGR....................100C [212F]
With EGR....................107C [225F]

Maximum Allowed Operating Temperature Industrial Applications:
Without EGR....................107C [225F]
Minimum Recommended Operating temperature....................71C [160F]

Minimum Recommended Pressure Cap Automotive applications:
Without EGR....................50 kPa [7 psi]
With EGR ....................103 kPa [15 psi]

Minimum Recommended Pressure Cap Industrial Applications:
Without EGR....................50 kPa [7 psi]

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the holy grail of my cummins specification dreams! haha Thanks MnTom!
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hrm i find some stuff rather interesting, one the 5.9 has or had EGR other than the camshaft grind? and every common rail i've ever seen only holds 12 quarts/ 3 gallons of oil? correct me if i'm wrong, but according to this I am on alot of things
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If you look at the "Low Capacity Oil Pan" then you are real close to where the oil capacity is for the Ram trucks. The oil capacity specs are more for the industrial versions. There are specs for the 5.9 with AND without EGR.
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so the 5.9 did come with EGR in certain applications? i know california 12v trucks had an egr system on em at one point, but i never knew the 5.9 came with anything other than a ground special cam to accomplish egr functions
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Far as in the pick ups, there were a few 5.9s with EGR (Cali units). Other than that I think (yea, I know) they had EGR in the industrial apps, butnot real sure. For our trucks here is something I found that may help explain it:
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The 04.5+ camshafts have a profile that is conducive to creating an in-cylinder EGR effect. They do not in any way circulate exgaust gasses back thru the intake the way a normal EGR funtions.

The cam profile is only one part of the equation, the hot side of the turbo and how it is sized, the addition of a 3rd injection event at specific times, and injection timing all need to work in unison to create the EGR effect. Remove\change one or more and the effect is drastically reduced.

Changing the cam to the early design or even a 24V profile will take away at least part of it and put the power band band down into the lower portion, but, you have to tune injection timing to take advantage of that piece. The turbo is an easy replacement and will help also at the expense of spool time.

The Cummins designed in-cylinder solution was very specific and reliant on a lot of paramters working together to make meet emissions. It worked for the power levels the trucks shipped with, like anything else it tended to cause issues when the envelope was pushed to far.
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yeah i knew that about the cam, hence why upgrading one is so awesome because they are setup for emissions, get a good tow or race cam and you're truck will be a whole new beast guaranteed, but i guess what i was stating was they said the 5.9 weighed more, considerably more with the EGR attached, meaning that there had to be external equipment attached or the cam was built way heavier, which i think we all know that's not the case, haven't dealt with much industrial stuff so I don't know much about it
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