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In this List of Perkins enginesfamily type refers to the two letter designation Perkins Engines gives each engine. This nomenclature was introduced in 1978 under Perkins' new engine numbering scheme, where the family type is encoded in each unique serial number. Engines that went out of production prior to 1978 may have been retroactively assigned a family type to expedite parts support (this is the case with the Perkins 4.107). Some engines never entered production, such as the Perkins 4.224, but were assigned a family type. In the early years, Perkins gave names to their engines, beginning with the smallest Wolf. The larger Lynx and Leopard followed (all four-cylinders), with the 1937 P6 was intended to be called the "Panther." After a lawsuit from motorcycle manufacturer Phelon & Moore, Perkins dropped the Panther (and Python and Puma for the corresponding P3 and P4 models) and stuck to abbreviations from then on.[1]

Perkins was sold by Massey Ferguson's parent Varity Corporation in 1998, and is now a fully owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc.

Perkins engine Designations
Family type CodeEngine Ref no.Production DatesNotes
AA1004-4
3990 cc, 100 x 127 mm bore and stroke. Also sold as the Phaser 90, it has 90 hp (67 kW; 91 PS). Also known as 4.40
AB1004-4T
Turbocharged version of the AA, sold as the Phaser 110T (110 hp). Also known as T4.40
AC1004-4T

AD1004-4TW
With intercooler, sold as the Phaser 120Ti. Also known as C4.40
AEFCC4.40
Federal emissions
AF1004-40S
Gasoline engine.
AG1004-4

AH1004-4T

AJ4.401

AKT4.401

ALCCA4.401

AMCCW4.401

APN4.401
Narrow front end.
AQTN4.401

AR1004.42
Sold to HYSTER corp. for use in small to medium lift trucks.
ASH4.421

ATCCAN4.401

BA4.20
Produced as a Joint venture between Perkins, UK government and the Austin Rover Group. Based on the Austin Rover O series engine this engine had major parts produced at Longbridge by Austin Rover with final assembly by Perkins. It was entirely designed by Perkins who also sold it to external customers. It was used by Austin Rover in the Austin Maestro and by LDV Group in their 2.5-tonne van.
BBT4.20
As with the 4.20. Used by Austin Rover in the Montego and later the Maestro.|
CAP31953-11 to 1967-03Three-cylinder diesel engine. Engine serial is a seven digit number beginning with 1000251. 67,433 engines were produced. Uses a timing chain.
noneF31957-08 to 1964-10Three-cylinder diesel engine. Built for Ford, with Simms injector pump. (Ford supplied all the block and head castings).
CB3.144

CCP3.1441957-03 to 1969-05Three-cylinder, 144 cu. in. (2.4 L) diesel engine. Family type is CC. 2691 United Kingdom-built engines and 454 France-built engines were produced for Massey Ferguson; 30,346 were produced for other customers.
CD3.152
used in many Lincoln brand mobile welders.
noneF3.1521962-02 to 1964-09Three-cylinder, 154 cu. in. (2.5 L) diesel engine. No family type. Built for Ford (Ford supplied the block & head castings) 64,496 made. Fitted to the Super Dexta
CED3.152
Direct-injection versions of earlier 3.152 engine types. Produced for Massey Ferguson and other customers including Volvo (tractors)
CFG3.152
G denotes "gas" or " gasolene" version. Spark-ignition variant of D3152 produced for common installation in Fork lift truck where D3152 engine was specified.
CGP3.152

CJ3.1522
Development of D3152 using Perkins "squish lip" piston to give improved driveability of engine in emissions sensitive applications such as Fork Lift.
CM3.1524
Uprated D3152 engine. Board decision named this engine .4 despite no .3 ever existing due to recent launch of 6.354.4 and its success.
CNT3.1524
Turbocharged version of 3.152.4. Initially used by Lindner, later by Massey Ferguson.
CP903-27

CR903-27T

CS903-25

CT903-27S

DC1103C-33

DD1103C-33T

DE1103C-33TA

DF1103B-33

DG1103B-33T

DJ1103A-33

DK1103A-33T

EA4.99
Four-cylinder, 99 cu. in. (1.6 L) diesel engine. Wet sleeves, used in London Taxis, optional fit in Ford Thames vans, early Ford Transits, Bedford CA vans.
EB4.107
Four-cylinder, 107.5 cu. in. (1.8 L) diesel engine. Wet sleeves. Commonly used in marine applications.
ECT4.107
Four-cylinder, 107.5 cu. in. (1.8 L) turbocharged diesel engine. Wet sleeves. Very rare (perhaps never produced).
ED4.108
Four-cylinder, 108 cu. in. (1,760 cc) diesel engine. Dry sleeves. An evolution of the 4.99 and 4.107. Almost 500,000 engines produced between the 4.99, 4.107 and 4.108. Used extensively in vans and light trucks, Ford TransitBedford CA, some cars Opel BlitzAlfa Romeo F12/A12Alfa Romeo GiuliaSEAT 131.[2] Also used extensively in marine applications, farm equipment and Mustang/OMC skid-steer loaders.
GA4.154
Four-cylinder, 154 cu. in. diesel engine. Designed with sister engine 6.231 both produced in England. Later produced by licensee Toyo Kogyo (Mazda) under model # 4.154-200 series same as Mazda XA series. Later developed into 4.165/6.247 family. 4.154 was also an optional fit in Bedford CF vans
GB4.135
Based on 4.154.Produced only by Toyo Kogyo. (Mazda) Variant used in '82-'84 B2200 trucks and in '83-'84 Ford Ranger Diesels. Pushrod, dry sleeves and gear drive
GC4.182
Based on 4.154. Produced only by Toyo Kogyo (Mazda)
GD4.25

GE4.30

GG402D-05
2-cylinder 0.51-litre / 13.7 Bhp Industrial Engine
GJ403.10

3 Cyl Tier 3 EPA rated Engine replaced the 103.10 in the Caterpillar Arr# 145-6693 like in mini ex 301.8.

HA4.165
Four-cylinder, 165 cu. in. diesel engine. Based on 4.154. Assembled by Perkins in Hannover for VW LT van, and by Enasa in Spain for various vehicles including the Nissan Patrol (as the MD27)
JAP41937-06 to 1967-05Four-cylinder diesel engine. 97,390 engines were produced.
JB4.1921958-05 to 1972-01Four-cylinder, 192 cu. in. (3.1 L) indirect-injection diesel engine. Used in the MF 65 mk.1 tractor.
JCP4.192
no information
JD4.203
Four-cylinder, 203 cu. in. diesel engine.
noneL41952-10 to 1961-07Four-cylinder indirect-injection diesel engine. Commonly used in agricultural applications. No family type. Regarded as grandfather to later 4.236.
JED4.203
Four-cylinder, 203 cu. in. direct-injection diesel engine. Used in the MF 65 mk.2 and MF 165 mk.1 tractors.
JFG4.203
Gasoline version.
JG4.2032

LA4.212
Four-cylinder, 212 cu. in. (3.5 L) diesel engine. Essentially, a 4.236 with a smaller stroke. Used in the MF 165 mk.2 and International Harvester 475 tractors.
LCnone
This family type was reserved for a 224 cu. in. version of the 4.236, but never entered production.
LD4.236
Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) diesel engine.
LEG4.236
Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) gasoline (or propane) engine.
LF4.248
Four-cylinder, 248 cu. in. (4.1 L) diesel engine. Essentially, a 4.236 with a larger bore.
LG4.2482
This development of the 4.236 series was designed to use the Perkins "squish lip" piston which gave emissions benefits although had lower specific output compared to conventional direct-injection engines. It was used in fork lift applications as an alternative to the smaller swept volume 4.236.
LHC4.236
Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) "compensated" (lightly turbocharged) diesel engine.
LJT4.236
Four-cylinder, 236 cu. in. (3.9 L) turbocharged diesel engine.
LM4.41

NA4.270
Four-cylinder, 270 cu. in. (4.4 L) diesel engine, produced from 1958-12 to 1974-04.
NB4.300
Four-cylinder, 300 cu. in. (4.9 L) diesel engine.
NC4.318
Four-cylinder, 318 cu. in. (5.2 L) diesel engine. Used in MF 1080, 595.
ND4.3182
Improved version. Used in MF 698.
RA6.247
Straight 6-cylinder, normally aspirated diesel, only ever fitted to Dodge 50 range in the UK also known as the 'Black' Perkins engine. Most engines made under license by Mazda and used in their light trucks during the late 70s and 80s.
REPerkins 1104
Straight 4-Cylinder Nat asp or Turbo, OEM power unit Fitted to JCB loadall or Thwaites Dumpers
PAP61938-01 to 1961-04Six-cylinder, 288 cu. in. (4.7 L) diesel engine, rated at 86 bhp at 2,600 rpm. The highly successful P-series of engines established Perkins' reputation as one of the world's major builders of diesel engines.[3]
PB6.2881960-04 to 1964-01Six-cylinder, 288 cu. in. (4.7 L) diesel engine, .
PC6.3051959-03 to 1970-02Six-cylinder, 305 cu. in. (5.0 L) diesel engine. Enlarged version of P6 using CAV DPA injection pump.
noneC.3051958-06 to 1961-05.Horizontal version of 6.305, developed in conjunction with Commer Cars Ltd.[4]
none6.3061965-12 to 1975-12.Six-cylinder, 306 cu. in. (5.0 L) diesel engine. Short-stroke 6.354, stroke same as 4.212. Possibly only used in Australian Chamberlain tractor. Not to be confused with the 6.305.
unknownR61953 to 1962Six-cylinder, 340 cu. in. (5.56 L) diesel engine, rated at 108 bhp at 2,700 rpm and 240 lb ft at 1,500/1,750 rpm. Rushed development led to major problems with this engine, with consequent damage to both Perkins' reputation and finances. Although, the problems were solved quite quickly and the engine was relaunched as the R6 Mk2, with a reduced rating of 104 bhp at 2,500 rpm. Sales never recovered after the early problems and only 33,800 engines were built before production ended in 1962.[5]
noneS61939-05 to 1962-10Six-cylinder, 377 cu. in. (7.4 L) diesel engine. Very similar to the highly successful P6, the S6 was rated at 115 bhp at 2,000 rpm for passenger vehicles and 105 bhp at 1,800 rpm for goods vehicles.[6]
TC6.3541960 to 1996Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) diesel engine, initially rated at 112 bhp at 2,800 rpm and later at 120 bhp. Highly successful engine which restored Perkins' reputation after the problematic R6. Developments of the engine, including turbocharged versions remained in production until 1996, by which time over a million had been built at Peterborough plus substantial numbers in other countries.[7]
TDH6.354
Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) horizontal diesel engine. A slant engine, used in marine applications. Very rare.
TET6.354
Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) turbocharged diesel engine.
TFHT6.354
Six-cylinder, 354 cu. in. (5.8 L) horizontal turbocharged diesel engine. Very rare.
TG6.3541

THT6.3541

TJ6.3542

TKC6.3542

TPT6.3543

TR6.372
Larger bore version of 6.354. Same size bore as 4.248. Only used in MF combine.
TTTC6.3544

TUT6.3544

TVT6.3724
Larger bore version of 6.354. Same size bore as 4.248. Only used in MF combine.
TW6.3544
Horizontal version used in some British Rail diesel multiple units, e.g. classes 158165166
TXC6.3544

TYH6.3544

TZHT6.3544

XAV8.510
V-8, 510 cu. in. (8.4 L) diesel engine.
XBTV8.510
V-8, 510 cu. in. (8.4 L) turbocharged diesel engine.
XCV8.540
V-8, 540 cu. in. (8.8 L) diesel engine.
XETV8.540
V-8, 540 cu. in. (8.8 L) turbocharged diesel engine.
XG1103D-E33
Electronic Governing
XH1103D-E33T
Electronic Governing / Turbocharged
XJ1103D-E33TA
Electronic Governing / Turbocharged / Air to air charge cooled
XK1103D-33

XL1103D-33T
Turbocharged
XM1103D-33TA
Turbocharged / Air to air charge cooled
YA1006-6
5985 cc, 100 x 127 mm bore and stroke (as per "AA" four-cylinder). Also known as the Phaser, continued Perkins "one litre per cylinder" design
YB1006-6T
Turbocharged version of the above, also known as the Phaser 160T for its 160 hp (119 kW) max power
YC1006-6T

YD1006e-6TW
Intercooled model with 180 hp (134 kW) max power, marketed as the Phaser 180Ti
YF1006-60S

YG1006-60

YH1006-60T

YJ1006-60TA

YK1006-60TW

ZAV8.640
V-8, 640 cu. in. (10.5 L) diesel engine.
ZBTV8.640
V-8, 640 cu. in. (10.5 L) turbocharged diesel engine.
noneT12
Twelve-cylinder diesel engine, two banks of six cylinders arranged in a V . Produced for marine use during the war, Perkins used one on a standby generator at the factory which is now in preservation.
none2000 Series Electronic (Stafford)
Six-cylinder, 12.5L, 15L, & 18L turbocharged, charge-cooled diesel engines.
none2000/3000 Series Mechanical (Shrewsbury)

none4006 Series Diesel
Six-cylinder, 23L turbocharged charge-cooled diesel engine.
none4008 Series Diesel
Eight-cylinder, 30.5L turbocharged charge-cooled diesel engine.
none4012 Series Diesel
Twelve-cylinder, 46L turbocharged charge-cooled diesel engine.
none4016 Series Diesel
Sixteen-cylinder, 61L turbocharged charge-cooled diesel engine.
none4006 Series Gas
Six-cylinder, 23L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine.
none4008 Series Gas
Eight-cylinder, 30.5L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine.
none4012 Series Gas
Twelve-cylinder, 46L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine.
none4016 Series Gas
Sixteen-cylinder, 61L turbocharged charge-cooled spark-ignition gas engine.


Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Perkins_engines


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