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Old 11-07-2019, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Deutz Diesel engine info?

I was given two big concrete saws. They both have four cylinder Deutz air cooled motors on em. They are both turbos. I got the model numbers off of them. I canít find a horsepower number anywhere on the net on em. Iím guessing 50 to 80, but donít know exactly what. I got one running today. They both have around 820 hours on em. The saw parts of em are junk. The guy I got them from said they are obsolete so he was just going to take them to the dump. Any Deutz experts out there?
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Post model numbers but if the saws are junk the engines probably aren't to far behind due to lack of Maintenance to the air filter, fuel filter and oil.
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Ive got 13 deutz L4 2011 engines at work that get the hell used out of them. Theyre the 4 cyl air cooled turbo ones. Tag lists them at 73 hp.
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Went out and got the model number off one. BF4L 1011 it says 45KW on the tag but no hp rating.
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Went out and got the model number off one. BF4L 1011 it says 45KW on the tag but no hp rating.
60.3HP.
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45 KW is 60 hp. Those are smaller than the ones i use. But id bet alot of the parts are the same.
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They one I got started runs like a top. No smoke and idles amassing considering they have sat for years. I donít think 820 hours is close to worn out. 60 horse, thanks for helping me out. Iím gonna get the other one running and sell it. Figure Iíll either built a backup generator for the house or build some sort of death machine with it.
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They one I got started runs like a top. No smoke and idles amassing considering they have sat for years. I donít think 820 hours is close to worn out. 60 horse, thanks for helping me out. Iím gonna get the other one running and sell it. Figure Iíll either built a backup generator for the house or build some sort of death machine with it.
Rotary wood splitter.
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Rotary wood splitter.
I'd go for a bandsaw style saw mill...
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I'd go for a bandsaw style saw mill...
I just want death and destruction.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bVAAx3mMKY

That, but running at 600RPM.
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They are a good motor and make a good power plant for a firewood processor.
Where are you located and how much are you going to ask for it?
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Can you post a picture, I have never seen what you are talking about and am curious?
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Ive got 13 deutz L4 2011 engines at work that get the hell used out of them. Theyre the 4 cyl air cooled turbo ones. Tag lists them at 73 hp.
those things are pretty cool, they use the lube oil in the water jackets
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They are a good motor and make a good power plant for a firewood processor.
Where are you located and how much are you going to ask for it?
I live in Utah. Not sure how much. The other machine has a cracked exhaust manifold where it hooks to the turbo. Looks like they tried to weld it. I need to get a new one and possibly a new turbo or rebuild the existing one. Iíll just swap the stuff from one to the other to make sure it runs first. The oil is pretty clean in both of them. So are the big ass air filters. I think they just parked em and walked away. They are a big company that does freeway jobs and other big projects. They just go out and buy new stuff when the industry moves to newer innovation. Iím sure thatís what happened here. I told the Forman I just wanted to harvest the motors. He said if you make a bunch of cash off em, buy us pizza. Thatís how big construction companies are. They see this as tripping over dollars to pick up dimes.
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60.3HP.
That would be a power upgrade for a Samurai, wouldn't it?
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That would be a power upgrade for a Samurai, wouldn't it?
Might be a touch heavy. Maybe some helper springs and youíd be good to go!
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Likely one of these. I've been on bridge demo jobs where they use these to cut the concrete deck.

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Likely one of these. I've been on bridge demo jobs where they use these to cut the concrete deck.

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Likely one of these. I've been on bridge demo jobs where they use these to cut the concrete deck.

Not that big. But pretty much the same setup. I think he said they would cut 24” deep. Can you imagine how much one of those diamond blades would cost! Damn!
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ah yes the deutz engine. Fairly common. They run great...when they dont run parts are PITA. No help on manuals, the one we have was hard to find and i dont even remember where we found it..

if it were a wisconsin engine much easier.
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We had a lot of assorted ones using them to turn well heads for irrigation on the farm. The only real issue we really had from them aside the less power was they would overheat in the middle of summer and shut off sometimes. Air cooled but the ran forever. As in I never saw one bite the dust in 10 years working out there.
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Simson-Maxwell used to sell Deutz gensets. They are still listed as a distributor.
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ah yes the deutz engine. Fairly common. They run great...when they dont run parts are PITA. No help on manuals, the one we have was hard to find and i dont even remember where we found it..

if it were a wisconsin engine much easier.
I havent had an issue getting parts for the 2011. Everything from filters to hard parts like fuel housings and oil pans. Even got a factory service manual and parts guide. Where we deal with gets there parts from a distr in Virginia. Ill see if i can get the name of it.
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