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The Detroit Diesel Series 60 is a six-cylinder inline diesel engine produced from 1987 to 2011. The most used versions in the road transport sector are the 12.7 liter and the 14 liter (entered service in 2001). The Series 60 engines were revolutionary when introduced thanks to their electronic control system, which was the first to appear in on-road engine applications. The version of this TK is the 12.7 Liter (note that the external dimensions of the engine block are practically the same between the two displacements) in DDEC IV (Detroit Diesel Electronic Control) configuration. Compared to the original kit (which includes the alternator on one side and the air conditioning compressor on the opposite side) I preferred to install the single support plate for the two systems on the right side (standardized version since 2002), thus also modifying the layout of the straps as in reality. The valve cover has also undergone several changes over the years. In this TK the one-piece version was used as, in my opinion, it is the most aesthetically pleasing.

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