Marine Applications Selection Guide
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Nothing Runs Like A Deere™ John Deere PowerTech™ engines are as powerful and dependable in the water as they are on the land. Our marine propulsion, generator, and auxiliary engines share the same reputation for performance and reliability that their agricultural and industrial counterparts have enjoyed for decades. They are built for long life, reliable performance, fuel efficiency, quiet operation, ease of access to major parts, and simplified integration. But don’t just take our word for it. Find out why John Deere is the powerful and reliable choice.

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Meeting regulations around the world John Deere marine engines comply with international, European, and United States emissions standards for regulated vessels. John Deere meets Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Marine Tier 3 emissions regulations for vessels flagged in the United States. Select generator drive engine ratings meet European Union (EU) Stage V requirements for inland waterway applications and China Stage I marine emissions standards for vessels that are registered in China and operate in Chinese territorial waters. John Deere also offers engines for the non-regulated...

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Engine dimensions and weights listed in this guide use the following variables: Length mm (in) = length to rear face of flywheel housing Width mm (in) = maximum width minus width of elbow Height mm (in) = crank centerline to top plus crank centerline to bottom Weight kg (lb) = with oil, no coolant – includes engine, flywheel, and electronics Dimensions may vary according to options selected. Contact your distributor for more information. All specifications are at rated speed and power with standard options unless otherwise noted.

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Model designation key A John Deere marine engine model designated as 6135SFM85 is a 6-cylinder, 13.5-liter turbocharged and aftercooled, air-to-seawater engine that is emissions regulated. ifoMPANY MOLINE, ILUNOIS MAt&JNUSA Indicates air intake system Displacement in liters -Number of cylinders

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Factory manufactured by — RG Waterloo, Iowa, USA Number of cylinders and total displacement — 6135 6 cylinders, 13.5 liters Engine serial number Emissions 50 Non-emissions regulated Engine type - M Marine User type — F OEM (John Deere Power Systems) Air intake system D Naturally aspirated A Turbocharged and aftercooled, air-to-engine coolant H Turbocharged and aftercooled, air-to-air S engines can be modified to be turbocharged and aftercooled, air-to-engine coolant, in dual-circuit keel-cooled applications. Contact your John Deere engine distributor.

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Marine propulsion M and H ratings Ratings are based on the ISO 8665/SAE J1225 standard power rating and the ISO 3046/SAE J1995 crankshaft power rating. The M and H rating definitions are provided as a guide to help in the selection of the engine that best fits the application requirements. It is recommended to consult a John Deere marine dealer or engine distributor to verify the optimal rating for the specific application. The M1 rating is for marine propulsion applications that may operate up to 24 hours per day at uninterrupted full power and have load factors* greater than 65 percent....

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Possible applications: Line haul tugs and towboats, fish and shrimp trawlers/draggers, and displacement hull fishing boats. Possible applications: Short-range tugs and towboats, long-range ferryboats, large passenger vessels, and offshore displacement hull fishing boats. Possible applications: Coastal fishing boats, offshore crew boats, research boats, short-range ferryboats, and dinner cruise boats. Possible applications: Inshore crew boats, charter fishing boats, pilot boats, dive boats, and planing hull commercial fishing boats. Possible applications: Recreational boats, tactical...

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Propulsion power ratings — IMO compliant and non-certified engines your John Deere marine dealer for details. hp 0 34 67 101 134 168 201 235

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PowerTech 4.5L marine engines –– Keel-cooled or heat exchanger configurations –– Naturally aspirated, turbocharged non-aftercooled, or turbocharged with air-to-seawater or air-to-coolant aftercooling –– Feature constant power to 400 rpm below rated speed –– Excellent choice for launches, work boats, trawler yachts, and pat

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EX = MARPOL Annex VI exempt *Not available in all countries. Engine model fEngine configuration may vary. Specifications are subject to change.

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PowerTech 6.8L marine engines –– Keel-cooled or heat exchanger configurations –– Turbocharged non-aftercooled, or turbocharged with air-to-seawater or air-to-coolant aftercooling –– Excellent choice for recreational boats, launches, work boats, trawler yachts, and patrol

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EX = MARPOL Annex VI exempt Engine model fEngine configuration may vary. Specifications are subject to change.

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PowerTech 9.0L marine engines –– Keel-cooled or heat exchanger configurations –– Turbocharged with air-to-seawater or air-to-coolant aftercooling –– 4-valve cylinder head –– Electronically controlled HPCR fuel system –– Front or side service –– Excellent choice for patrol craft, launches, work boats, fishing boats, trawler yachts, and sportfishing boats See your John Deere engine distributor for options to combine the high power density of our 9.0L SFM marine engines in dual-circuit keel-coo

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EX = MARPOL Annex VI exempt Engine model Specifications are subject to change.

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