4JH57

4JH57

Standard Engine Package

  • Exhaust mixing elbow [L-type]
  • Alternator 12V – 125A
  • B25 panel
  • Flexible mounts
  • Mechanical throttle sensor
  • Fuel pre-filter with water separator
  • Fresh water expansion tank
  • Belt safety cover

Optional Accessories

  • High-riser mixing elbow [instead of L-elbow]
  • Secondary alternator 12V – 125A or 24V – 60A
  • C35 panel
  • Extension harness [3m, 5m, 10m]
  • Second station
  • TFX Sidemount control head
  • VC10 Vessel Control System
  • NMEA2000 Engine monitoring system
  • Semi 2-pole
  • SOLAS including Certificate [factory fit only]
  • Hot water kit with cocks
  • Extension saildrive leg [75 mm]
  • Propeller cone nut kit SD60
  • On-board spare parts kit

Specifications

Rated Output
41.9 kW / 57 mhp
Rated Speed
3000 rpm
Displacement
2.19 L / 134 cu. in
No. of cylinders
4 cylinders
Cylinder Bore x Stroke
88 mm x 90 mm / 3.46 in x 3.54 in
Combustion system
Direct Injection, Bosch Common Rail System
Aspiration
Natural
Alternator
12V - 125A
Dry weight without gear
220 kg / 485 lbs
Dimensions
870 mm x 589 mm x 627 mm
Controls
Mechanical (optional - VC10 system)
Certifications
RCD 2 EPA Tier 3 EPA Tier 3C BSO II EMC SOLAS

NOTE:
1 kW = 1.3596 mhp = 1.34102 bhp
Fuel condition: density at 15°C = 0.842 g/cm³
Technical data is according to (ISO 8665) / (ISO 3046)
Fuel temperature 40°C at the inlet of the fuel injection pump (ISO 8665)
Length includes KM35P marine gear
(Dimensions may vary with other gears/elbow)

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