400TMR-270

400TMR-270

400TMR-270 Horsepower
Turbocharged Marine Diesel Engine

The 400TMR rated at 270BHP from Peninsular Engines is a great mid-range powered engine. The economical maintenance and serviceability of this workhorse delivers consistent performance for most re-power applications. Priced lower than most comparative models, whether single or twin application, the 400TMR provides long term satisfaction.




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Model: 400TMR-270
Engine Type: Four Cycle
Number of Cylinders: Eight
Bore and Stroke: 4.06″ x 3.82″
Displacement: 400cu.in. (6.554cc)
Fuel Pump: Stanadyne-Mechanical
Brake Horsepower: 270BHP at 3600 rpm
Peak Torque: 446 ft. lbs. at 2800 rpm


Dimensions (approx.):
Overall length: 37″
Width: 29.25″
Height: 30.62″
Weight (dry): 1020 lbs.

8 thoughts on “400TMR-270

  1. PenAdmin

    Frankie – glade to hear of your project. What you are doing is quite commonly done to improve fuel economy and lower total fuel costs.

     
  2. frankie perez

    I am repowering a 1990 35 foot main ship mediterrane convertible replacing 2 454 gas engines, with a pair of BEAST 400T PENINSULAR 270 HP MARINE TURBO DIESEL

     
  3. Bert DeVries

    Bill,

    The engine is rated at 270 Horsepower. You may get a little more than that depending on how it’s tuned. Fuel burn depends on weight, speed, prop slip, and prop selection. Our guess would be in the neighborhood of 10 gallons per hour per engine.

    We think we know the boat you’re looking at. Please give us a call if you have any questions (616) 530-1298.

     
  4. Bill Palmer

    Hi, I have not heard of Peninsular diesels befor today. I had a marina in St augustine i the 70s and worked on cats,jimmies, cummins,but never saw a Peninsular until today when I was looking at a 28 1987 Bertram and it has a par of 270’s in it. What kind of power can I get from them and fuel useage

     
  5. peter murray

    I’m sorry to say I’ve never heard of penisular diesels and not much on the internet about them either. I’m looking a a 79 Sea Vee with a 1999 Peninsular diesel called (the beast)?? what can you tell about this engine?
    Thanks Peter Murray

     

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