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Old 01-31-2014, 11:54 AM   #1
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Detroit Diesel.

Any one know if the Scan D or Silverleaf engine monitoring works with a 1998 330hp 6v92 Detroit I'm pretty sure it's mechanical, so pretty sure they won't work, but I don't know for sure. Thanks in advance.

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I doubt is it would work, especially since, the 6v92 went out of production in 1995 I believe. Replaced with the four strokes!


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as an automotive engine you are correct. however as a marine and industrial it was used quite a bit later. parts even today are available. I agree tho don't think silver leaf will work.
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Sorry I screwed up and believed the salesman. It's a Series 40 in line six. 330ho, 950 ft/lbs. has a n EPM (engine protection module? ) according to literature. States it's a HEUI inj pump but won't know till Mon. Any thoughts now after my faux pa??
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