3516E Marine Propulsion Engine (U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final)

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The 3516E marine propulsion engine is now available in a wide range of ratings that meet U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and IMO III marine emissions regulations. As the commercial marine industry adjusts their operations to meet EPA Tier 4 and IMO III emissions standards, Caterpillar Marine has introduced a solution built to maximize performance while meeting regulations. Caterpillar’s combination of a fuel-efficiency-optimized engine and a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) aftertreatment system is a solution that not only reduces NOx emissions, but can also lower a customer’s owning and operating costs in the process.

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Power Range 2501-3386 bhp (1865-2525 bkW)
Aspiration TTA
Bore 6.69in
Configuration Vee 16, 4-Stroke-Cycle Diesel
Displacement 4765in³
Emissions U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, IMO III
Rotation from Flywheel End Counterclockwise
Speed Range 1600-1800 rpm
Stroke 8.46in
Dry Weight 21164lb
Height 87.6in
Length 125.7in
Width 89.9in

Standard Equipment:

  • Air Inlet System
    • Corrosion-resistant aftercooler core
  • Control System
    • Dual A5 engine control modules with electronic unit injection and low pressure fuel system
  • Cooling System
    • Auxiliary fresh water pump
    • Gear Driven, centrifugal jacket water pump with 40% more capacity
  • Exhaust System
    • Dual turbochargers with water-cooled bearings and heat shields
  • Fuel System
    • Duplex Fuel and Oil Filtration
  • General
    • Vibration damper and guard
    • Meets SOLAS regulations

Optional Equipment:

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Michael BirrenMichael Birren
14:58 24 Feb 24
I purchased a used C-15 from a customer of Greg Pool was a running take out. I picked up the engine from the Greg Pool Cat near Nags Head NC. They started they had done all service on this engine stated the hours and all items replaced during the life of engine under their care. I just recently put the engine in my boat after 2 years of building the vessel I find that everything they said about the engine was a LIE!!! Turbo was Bad, After cooler was not updated to the newer version for the C-15 it was missing a terminal Resistor that was clearly stolen off the engine which created a major issue with start up upon installation. Greg Pool Caterpillar stated the hours at 3300 we find out there were 5700 hours. I didn’t do a start up or test run which I regret because i was dealing with a Caterpillar dealer i thought i could trust them. Clearly not Buyers Be Ware if your dealing with Greg Pool Caterpillar in NC. I have 3 of the C-15 engines in my Work boats here in Tampa Fl and my Cat dealership here is Ring power who have done an amazing job to get me going with this Engine. I am very Disappointed in The Caterpillar company for allowing such A dealership to exist.
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