Yanmar 6LT640

6LT640

Standard Engine Package

  • 24V Electric system [single pole]
  • Exhaust mixing elbow [high riser]
  • Mounting brackets
  • Alternator 12V – 90A / 24V
  • Fresh water expansion tank
  • VC20 Vessel Control System
  • Electronic CAN-bus control head
  • VC20 Multi-function color display
  • Switch Panel
  • Backup Panel

Optional Accessories

  • Angled, parallel, or v-drive gearboxes
  • 2-pole
  • Flexible mounts
  • Hot water connection
  • Front-PTO pulley
  • IMO Tier2 certificate [EIAPP]
  • NMEA 2000 Engine monitoring system
  • Extra helm stations
  • Man Over Board Switch
  • Extension harnesses [3m, 5m, 10m, 20m]
  • JC20A Inboard Joystick

Specifications

Rated Output
470 kW / 640 mhp
Rated Speed
2530 rpm
Displacement
8.710 L / 531 cu. in
No. of cylinders
6 cylinders
Cylinder Bore x Stroke
117 mm x 135 mm / 4.60 in x 5.3 in
Configuration
In-line, 4-stroke, vertical, water-cooled diesel engine
Combustion system
Direct Injection, Bosch Common Rail System
Aspiration
Turbocharged & Intercooled
Alternator
24V - 90A
Dry weight without gear
1125 kg / 2480 lbs
Controls
Electronic
Certifications
RCD 2 IMO Tier 2 EPA Tier 3 EMC

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