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Gasoline engine WG3800-G series
4-cylinder4-strokewater-cooled

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Characteristics

Type
gasoline
Number of cylinders
4-cylinder
Other characteristics
4-stroke, water-cooled
Torque

256 Nm (188.8159 ft.lb)

Power

55.4 kW, 65 kW (75.323 hp)

Rotational speed

2,600 rpm (16,336.28 rad.min-1)

Description

GENERAL SPECIFICATION Engine model: WG3800-G-E3 Emission regulation: EPA Tier 2/CARB Tier 3 Type: Vertical, water cooled 4-cycle spark ignited engine Fuel Type: Gasoline Cylinders: 4 Bore and stroke - mm (in): 100.0 x 120.0 (3.937 x 4.724) Displacement - L (cu.in): 3.769 (230.0) Aspiration - Naturally aspirated Aftertreatment - Three-way catalyst Rated output / speed*1 kW (HP) / rpm: 65.0 (87.1) / 2600 Maximum torque / speed Nm (lb-ft) / rpm: 256.0 (188.9) / 1400 Length x Width x Height*1 mm (in): 700 x 579 x 799 (27.6 x 22.8 x 31.5) Dry weight*2 kg (lb): 288 (635) FEATURES and BENEFITS Emissions Kubota’s WG3800-G-E3 engine has been designed to comply with EPA Tier 2 / CARB Tier 3. Fuel Flexibility The installation compatibility that exists between Spark-Ignition engines (SI) and Compression-Ignition engines (CI) is convenient for customers who need fuel flexibility for their products. The Kubota WG3800 includes gasoline, LPG, and natural gas versions, as well as a dual fuel version (gasoline and LPG) to meet customer needs. Durability and Reliability Kubota’s WG3800 SI engines are designed based on Kubota V3800 diesel (CI) engines, which are known worldwide as reliable industrial engines and feature combustion chambers, as well as fuel and ignition systems dedicated for SI engines. The WG3800 engine offers very low vibration and extremely low noise.

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