Engine Mercedes OM326

The OM 326 engine is a non-turbocharged, 6-cylinder, 4-stroke, pre-chamber, water-cooled, OHV diesel engine.

The arrangement of the cylinders is in-line, as in all engines of the OM 300 series. The engine has 10.8 liters and develops 200 hp. (147 kW). The mass of the engine, depending on the modification, is 770-780 kg. It is used on trucks, mainly Mercedes-Benz O 317. Around 1970, the engines began to be replaced by the newly developed OM 400 series, but it was not until 1978 that they finally ceased production.

Specifications

Engine’s type diesel
Also called OM 326 h
Manufacturer Mahle, Kolbenschmidt, FP-Diesel, Goetze, OE Germany, Nural, FM Federal-Mogul
Production years 01.1961
Power output, hp / kW 200 / 147 at 2200 rpm
Displacement, cc 10809
Number of cylinders 6
Valves 24
Firing order 1-5-3-6-2-4
Cylinder bore, mm 128
Piston stroke, mm 140
Crankshaft bearings 7
Configuration inline
Fuel type diesel
Turbine intake
Cylinder head OHV
Timing mechanism spur gear
Timing rocker arm
Cooling water

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