The Diesel engine burns cleanly and run as quiet as many gasoline-powered engines.

Today’s Diesel Engine still maintain the torque, power, and reliability diesel engines are known for.

Also, Diesel Engines require specific, specialized maintenance and repair.

Diesel engines are up to twice as efficient as gasoline engines—around 40 percent efficient, that is. In simple terms, that means you can go much further on the same amount of fuel (or get more miles for your money). There are several reasons for this. First, the lack of a sparking-plug ignition system makes for a simpler design that can easily compress the fuel much more—and compressing the fuel more makes it burn more completely with the air in the cylinder, releasing more energy. Diesel is also a better lubricant than gasoline so a diesel engine will naturally run with less friction.

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Diesel Engine Topics
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