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Guys, I'm needing help and so far Sourkraut's models has not responded to my question. The well drilling rig I'm working on for the IMPS Journal uses a Cummins 855 engine to drive the drilling motor and on Soukraut's website he lists Cummins resin engines as

:

KTA 450-600HP

ISX Signature 600

N-14, E4

L-10 and

M-11.

My question is this. Are any of these engines a Cummins 855?

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Guys, I'm needing help and so far Sourkraut's models has not responded to my question. The well drilling rig I'm working on for the IMPS Journal uses a Cummins 855 engine to drive the drilling motor and on Soukraut's website he lists Cummins resin engines as

:

KTA 450-600HP

ISX Signature 600

N-14, E4

L-10 and

M-11.

My question is this. Are any of these engines a Cummins 855?

 

I suggest you Google for cummins 855 (then some of the others listed above) and follow the links and look at the images -- I found a lot of stuff out there that may give you what you need. I did see one statement that the N-14 was not an 855 but was based on it -- I don't know if that makes them look-alikes or not.

 

Happy hunting !!!

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I suggest you Google for cummins 855 (then some of the others listed above) and follow the links and look at the images -- I found a lot of stuff out there that may give you what you need. I did see one statement that the N-14 was not an 855 but was based on it -- I don't know if that makes them look-alikes or not.

 

Happy hunting !!!

 

Thanks John. I googled a few days ago and frankly I wouldn't know what a Cummins 855 looks like as opposed to a Cat engine. LOL. I'd really love to get an accurate engine IF possible as this rig is to scale on everything and I sure wouldn't want to say at a contest it's an accurate model of the real vehicle if things don't jive. Perseverence :smiley20:

Jim

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The N14 will be the closest of those listed being related and the same displacement (14 liters), but the 855 is an older engine.

 

The L10 is a 10 liter engine, the M11 is an 11 liter engine so a fair bit smaller. The KTA is a V engine so completely different (most Cummins are I-6). The ISX replaced the N14 so is at least two generations beyond and slightly larger displacement (14.9 liter)

 

 

The 855 is not really just one engine, but a series of related engines all displacing 855 cubic inches (14 liters). You will often hear it called the Big cam although the "small" cam is also 855 cubic inches. I think the motor in the recently re-issued AMT Freightliner COE, or the AMT Peterbilt would have engines that would be considered 855s.

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The N14 will be the closest of those listed being related and the same displacement (14 liters), but the 855 is an older engine.

 

The L10 is a 10 liter engine, the M11 is an 11 liter engine so a fair bit smaller. The KTA is a V engine so completely different (most Cummins are I-6). The ISX replaced the N14 so is at least two generations beyond and slightly larger displacement (14.9 liter)

 

 

The 855 is not really just one engine, but a series of related engines all displacing 855 cubic inches (14 liters). You will often hear it called the Big cam although the "small" cam is also 855 cubic inches. I think the motor in the recently re-issued AMT Freightliner COE, or the AMT Peterbilt would have engines that would be considered 855s.

 

Thanks Aaron. I have a reissued White Freightliner so I'll build that engine up. And I believe the tranny that comes with it is an Eaton Fuller 13 speed so that makes my day right there. Problem=Solution.

Jim

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this is the start kind of on the new rig I'm building. it's a Crane Carrier truck and Ingersol rand drilling rig.

 

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