with a rating of 99. 2 hp at 2000 rpm
and a naturally aspirated version is
rated 48. 2 hp at 2250 rpm.
The D03CJ and D04CJ engines
both use common rail fuel injection
technology without exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), but with a diesel particulate filter (DPF) and diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC). While rated outputs will increase, both engines will
have a smaller displacement than current Tier 3 versions. Fuel consumption
for D03CJ and D04CJ engines will be
16% better than current SQ-Series
engines, the company said.
The model D04EG engine uses common rail fuel injection technology with
EGR and a DPF/DOC for Tier 4 interim,
while the Tier 4 final version will incorporate common rail fuel injection technology with EGR and a DOC for Tier
4 final, Mitsubishi said. Fuel consumption will be 12% better than current
SS-Series engines, the company said.
The D03CJ, D04CJ and D04EG
engines will not include a DPF but will
have a DOC for standby applications
and will include DPF/DOC for continuous applications, Mitsubishi said.
More information on Mitsubishi engines
can be found in the 2014 Diesel &
Gas Turbine Sourcing Guide and at