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Old 12-20-2011, 07:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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24 Valve Dodge Cummins Engine & NV5600

Engine was pulled from a rolled but running 2002 Dodge Ram truck. Specs for engine and transmission are below for those who want all the details. Truck had only 90k miles on it when wrecked. Will have CPL numbers and pictures in about a week. Located in Toccoa, GA. All components are in good working order and were pulled cleanly from the wrecked truck.

Price is $3500 for engine and $2500 for transmission. Also have a both axles and the transfer case from this same truck, just dont have any details on them right now. Questions and offers are welcome. Would prefer to work with seller on pickup but can crate and ship at buyers expense.

PM me here or email flatblack@nym.hush.com

2001-2002 HO Turbo Diesel (ETH) - Engine Rating
6 Speed Manual Transmission (NV5600 Specs)
Peak Torque 505 lb-ft (from 1600 to 2700 rpm)
Advertised Power 245 hp @ 2700 rpm
Governed Speed 3200 rpm
Compression Ratio 17:1
Maximum Boost 26 psi
Turbocharger HX35W


* Production Began Jan 1, 2000 (Dodge 2001 model year)
* Type 4-cycle in-line 6-cylinder
* Aspiration Turbocharged, charge air cooled
* Bore & Stroke 4.02 in x 4.72 in (102 in x 120 mm)
* Displacement 359 in3 (5.88 liter)
* Firing Order 1-5-3-6-2-4
* Valve System: 24 valves, OHV, solid sliding tappet lifter/follower
* Oil Pan Capacity 2.5 US gal (9.46 liter)
* Engine warranty 5-year/100,000-mile
* Oil and oil filter change interval 7,500 miles
* Fuel filter replacement interval 15,000 miles

NOTE - The boost rating comes from the 2001 Ram service manual supplement for wastegate testing. The test measures a specific wastegate actuator rod movement at a given pressure. One TDR member sent an inquiry to Cummins and received this reply: "The boost spec for the HO is 23.5 psi AT THE TURBO, not the intake. As some pressure is lost through the CAC due to restriction, the 19 - 21 psi people are seeing is about right." (posted to the TDR Forum)

What's new in the ETH engine:

* Electronic Controls: New ECM calibration and fueling algorithms.
* Fuel Pump: Increased fuel flow in the Bosch VP44 injection pump.
* Injectors: Designed to provide increased fuel flow.
o Injector note posted to the TDRoundtable by tgbol:
+ ETH injectors (3946306) flow 600cc at 100bars for 30 seconds
* Turbocharger: Revised wastegate setting for 26psi at the turbocharger outlet.
o Manifold boost specification is 43.5 inches Hg / 21 psi
* Head: Valve seat inserts for added durability
* Pistons: New pistons with higher 17:1 compression ratio
* Flywheel: New flywheel with 330 mm diameter clutch (vs. std. 310 mm)

NV5600 Speed Manual Transmission:
* Ratios are 1st=5.63; 2nd=3.38; 3rd=2.04; 4th=1.39; 5th=1.00; 6th=0.73; Reverse=5.63
* Introduced in the 1999 model year - few were built before the 2001 model year
* Option code DEE
* Manufactured by New Venture Gear
* Input Shaft: 1-3/8" 10 spline (after Aug 99)
* 4x4 Output Shaft: 1-1/2" 29 spline
* Input torque rating 550 ft-lb
* GVWR: 16,000 lb
* GCVWR: 26, 000 lb
* Cast Iron case, weight = 360 lb
* Fill port: on driver's side, requires a 17mm Hex wrench
* Fluid Capacity: 9 1/2 pints
o Texaco Code 1874 MTX
o Mopar 4761526
o Dodge spec MS-9224 oil (several TDR reports of success with Amsoil 3000 engine oil in 5W-30)

Chrylser and New Venture Gear beefed up the NV-5600 and the clutch for 2001+ to better support up-rating the engine. Research at the Chrylser Proving Ground and using test trucks with uprated engines revealed that the transmission's input spline shaft sheared off due to metal fatigue after about 150,000 miles of towing their 20,000 pound test trailer around the western USA. So, for 2001 the NV-5600 has a 1 3/8" 10 spline input shaft instead the 1 1/4" 12 spline shaft used in previous models. A new fly-wheel has an improved and larger pilot bearing while the clutch is 330mm diameter instead of the 300mm version found in previous. The new clutch can handle much more torque and is quite a bit bigger, using double the number of bolts to hold it to the fly-wheel.

If you have a 13" clutch, there will be a 3/4" aluminum spacer between the rear housing and the starter. If you have a 12.25" clutch, the starter will bolt right up to the block. All DEE's manufactured after 8/99 had 1 3/8" 10-spline, and the larger clutch. Older 6 speeds had 1 1/4" and smaller clutch and on top of the tranny will be "DEA" in black marker.

There are two versions of the NV5600, one for the Dodge Ram rated at 550 LB-ft input torque and one for medium duty trucks rated at 650 LB-ft input torque.

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Old 12-26-2011, 08:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
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bump for the after xmas shoppers.

Questions and offers welcome...
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Old 12-31-2011, 01:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
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bump for a Happy New Year,

$500 off the engine and trans (each)
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Would the transmission come with the clutch/flywheel/adapter plate off the back of the motor or are you trying to keep that with the motor?
If I listened to people and abandoned 25 of my projects I might be able to build two that function.
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