R2.8 Turbo Diesel
Not all engines are crated equally. When critical components such as fuel pumps, filters, accessories, starters, and flywheels aren’t included in an engine package, you have to piece together these components from various manufacturers, hoping for the best. For the vehicle specific components not included with our R2.8 Turbo Diesel, such as motor mounts and cooling packages, we help you by including the most thorough installation guide and owner’s toolkit available in the crate market, as well as on-call support from 1-800-CUMMINS. A team of dedicated enthusiasts is standing by to help.
|Horsepower||161 hp||120 kW|
|Torque||267 lb-ft||362 N•m|
|Displacement||171 cu in||2.8 L|
|Number of Cylinders||4|
|Bore||3.70 in||94 mm|
|Stroke||3.94 in||100 mm|
|Engine Weight||503 lb||228 kg|
|Dimensions||28.3 in (h) x 25 in (w) x 25.1 in (d)||720 mm (h) x 635 mm (w) x 638 mm (d)|
|Aspiration||Turbocharged & Aftercooled|
|Fuel System||Bosch Electronic|
The R2.8 Turbo Diesel is the first factory-built diesel crate engine on the market. Cummins Repower uses proven parent engine families and tailors them specifically for the light duty enthusiast aftermarket. The 2.8 liter 4-cylinder engine is currently used in small pickups, chassis cabs, SUV’s, Vans, commercial vehicles and industrial equipment around the world in some of the harshest environments. The proven platform is a lightweight (~500 lbs.), electronically controlled, high pressure common rail compact package ideal for most small pickup and SUV applications for qualifying vintages.What is included with the engine?
The R2.8 Turbo Diesel crate engine package is the most complete factory-built option on the market today. The engine comes fully dressed (with mega bracket capable of accepting optional AC Compressor) and the wiring harness for both the engine bay and interior side are as plug as play as they come.
PN 5467046 includes:
- R2.8 Turbo Diesel engine assembly
- Complete front-end accessory drive (Alternator, Power Steering Pump, Fan Hub, Serpentine Belt)
- Cam-Driven Vacuum Pump
- Remote Fuel Filter/Water Separator
- Remote Oil Filter
- Mass Airflow Sensor and Housing
- Engine Wiring Harness and Engine Control Module
- Universal Vehicle Wiring Harness (not including starter wiring)
- Throttle Pedal
- J1939 CAN Dash Display
- Owner’s Manual
- Installation Guide
- Cummins Quick Serve Online Access
- Emissions Testing Information
Yes, there are mounting bosses on the lower passenger side of the engine for the following Cummins components, which are available through a Cummins authorized dealer or distributor separately. The manifold fittings for custom AC lines are available in the aftermarket. (Discussed in installation guide) so check with your A/C service center that they can source fittings prior to assembly.
Part numbers for A/C include:
- Compressor - 5295582
- Belt - 5254354
- Tensioner - 5262500
The Cummins R2.8 Turbo Diesel (PN 5467036) has demonstrated through the testing procedures prescribed in 40 CFR Part 86 to meet EPA’s Tier 0 (LDT 1 and 2) and Tier 1 emissions standards (LDT 2 weighing less than 4000 lb. complete weight). This means that the R2.8 generally is suitable for Model Year 1999 or earlier light duty trucks. However, the suitability of the R2.8 engine to any vehicle is the responsibility of the installer and may depend on state or area laws. Installation of this part in a vehicle for which it is not intended may violate U.S. and Canadian laws and regulations related to motor vehicle emissions. Check your state and local emissions requirements before purchasing.
Due to state / provincial law restrictions, these engines are not currently available for purchase in the state of Texas or the province of Quebec.
Even for non-CARB states, the general rule of the Federal Clean Air Act says that a modification to any emissions control device needs to be as clean or cleaner than the part which is being replaced. It is the consumer’s responsibility to follow the letter of the law, despite the presence of vehicle emissions testing in your region. Cummins will dissuade such behavior by refusing to service illegal installations and the vehicle owner or builder is liable for any potential legal/compliance fallout associated with improper use of the certified products.
The first thing to do as soon as you have any issue is to call 1-800-CUMMINS and tell them that you have an R2.8 Turbo Diesel Crate engine, give them your ESN, and they will give you instructions on next steps.
If you are near a Cummins location, you can also take the failed component, ESN, owner information, date of purchase and receipt to your local distributor parts counter and request 'parts warranty.'
If you have a component fail outside of warranty, please contact 1-800-CUMMINS to report the issue and to ensure there is no recall on the part.
Base Warranty – Owner is responsible for all labor expenses related to service under this Warranty. This Warranty covers any failure of the Engine or loose components supplied with the engine kit which result, under normal use and service, from a defect in material or factory workmanship “(Warrantable Failure”). Coverage begins upon the date of delivery of the Engine to the first owner and runs for 2 years/2,600 hours. This Warranty is made to all owners in the chain of distribution and coverage continues to all subsequent owners until expiration of the period of coverage. Complete detailed warranty information is included with the engine documentation.
The Cummins R2.8 Turbo Diesel (PN 5467036) crate package is not CARB-approved at this time.
Due to state/provincial law restrictions, these engines are not currently available for purchase in the state of Texas, state of West Virginia or the province of Quebec. Warranty service with respect to the engines and loose components will not be available in the states of Texas and West Virginia.
The Cummins R2.8 Turbo Diesel (PN 5467036) has demonstrated through the testing procedures prescribed in 40 CFR Part 86 to meet EPA’s Tier 0 (LDT 1 and 2) and Tier 1 emissions standards (LDT 2 weighing less than 4000 lb complete weight). This means that the R2.8 generally is suitable for Model Year 1999 or earlier light duty trucks. However, the suitability of the R2.8 engine to any vehicle is the responsibility of the installer and may depend on state or area laws. Installation of this part in a vehicle for which it is not intended may violate U.S. and Canadian laws and regulations related to motor vehicle emissions. Check your state and local emissions requirements before purchasing.
Gear Ratio Calculator
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