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VOLVO PENTA INBOARD DIESEL

D9-575

423 kW (575 hp) crankshaft power acc. to ISO 8665

Excellent Performance and Pleasant Cruising

The new D9 in-line 6 diesel is de- veloped from the latest design in modern diesel technology. The en- gine has a robust block with ladder frame, high pressure unit injector system, 4 valves per cylinder, “twin entry” turbo and aftercooler. Togeth- er with a large swept volume and the electronic engine management system, this results in a very smooth running engine with world-class die- sel performance, combined with low fuel consumption and emissions.

World-class performance The high pressure unit injector system, controlled by electronic management, modern engine technology in combina- tion with a large swept volume, and twin entry turbo ensure high power, low fuel consumption, and outstanding torque during acceleration, with virtually no sign of smoke. This matched with the engine’s high load carrying capability creates a sporty feeling and power, when needed.

Comfort and high quality The D9-575 is a further development of the well-proven Volvo Penta D12 in-line six concept with robust block design, rear-end transmission, ladder frame and a one-piece cylinder head with overhead camshaft and 4-valve technology. This contributes to smooth running, high reli- ability and long-term durability.

The D9-575 is built in the world’s most highly automated diesel engine factory line with a robotic machining line with comput- er controlled audit checks, which ensures the highest quality level.

EVC/EC – Plug tand go EVC Electronic Vessel Control is the latest development in engine control and instrumentation for Volvo Penta marine engines. It offers a higher level of integration in your boat: electrical shift and throttle for smooth and safe control, a complete new range of easy to read

data link gauges, a large LCD display (option) and much more, everything in just one CAN cable.

EVC makes boating easier and safer, offering twin engine synchronization. EVC is scalable from one station up to four, from a classic dashboard up to an advanced driver information system. EVC works closely together with the engine management system offering you constant power output regardless of fuel temperature (5– 55°C /41–131°F). The system is built on the latest automotive technology with waterproof connectors, so it’s just plug and go.

Ease of service and maintenance The EVC system features a self-diag- nostic facility, which indicates at the dashboard if a failure should occur. The engine has a compact and clean design, and with all fluid filters symmetrically po- sitioned at the rear the engine is easy to service and maintain.

Meeting new emission standards The high pressure unit injector system in combination with electronics and an advanced combustion system are set- ting new standards in minimizing noxious emissions and particles. The engine complies with IMO and the comprehen- sive emission requirements being intro- duced in Europe and the US in 2006.

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