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Posted By Rat Rig Monday, March 24, 2014 11:28 AM
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Mackdaddy
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Here you go! Does not include the Australian or Renault installed V8's

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Mack V8 Diesel Engines




32,199 built in the years 1960 to 1999




END864 – Naturally Aspirated (All variations)

864CID, 5 x 5 ½ 1960to 1972

7,612 Built ((IncludesEND864 (255 hp), END864A (270 hp), ENDD864 (237 hp), ENDI864 (255 hp), END864B (270 hp), ENDD864C (240 hp), and END864C (270 hp))




ENDT864 – Turbocharged (All variations)

864CID, 5 x 5 ½ 1965to 1972

661 Built ((IncludesENDT864 (325 hp), ENDT864A (355 hp), ENDTF864 (350 hp), and ENDTI864 (255 hp))




ENDT865 – Turbocharged Maxidyne (All variations)

866CID, 5 ¼ x 5 1969to 1980

14,240 Built((Includes ENDT865 (325 hp), ENDTB865 (325 hp), ENDDT865 (285 hp), ENDT865A(324 hp), ENDTB865 (325 hp), ENDDTB865 (285 hp), and ENDT865C (325 hp))




ENDT866 -Turbocharged non-Maxidyne (All variations)

866CID, 5 ¼ x 5 1971to 1979

3,839 Built ((IncludesENDT866(375 hp), ENDTB866 (375 hp), ENDTB866C (355 hp), and ENDDTB866 (325 hp))




ET1000 – Turbocharged non-Maxidyne (Allvariations)

998CID, 5 3/8 x 5 ½ 1978to 1980

261Built ((Includes ETAXB1000 (400 hp), ETAZ1000 (400 hp), and ETAZB1000(400hp),ETCX1000 (400 hp), ETCXV1000 (400 hp), ETCZ1000 (400 hp), ETCZB1000 (400 hp))




ET1005 -Turbocharged Maxidyne (All variations)

998CID, 5 3/8 x 5 ½ 1976 to 1979)

142 Built ((IncludesET1005 (360 hp), ETB1005 (360 hp), ETZ1005 (360 hp), ETZB1005 (360 hp),ETB1005A (360 hp), ETZB1005A (360 hp), (ETAAZB1005 (360 hp), ETCZ1005A (400 hp),ETCZB1005A (400 hp), and ETAZB1005A (400 hp))

EM9 – Turbocharged Maxidyne Chassis MountedCharge Air Cooled (All variations)

998CID, 5 3/8 x 5 ½ 1979 to 1986

1,676Built (Includes EM9-400, EM9-400R, EMC9-400, EMC9-400R, and EME9-400)




E9 – Turbocharged non-Maxidyne Chassis Mounted ChargeAir Cooled (All variations)

998CID, 5 3/8 x 5 ½ 1981 to 1999

3,768Built (Includes E9-400, EC9-400, E9-440, EE9-440, E9-441, E9-450, EE9-450,E9-500, EE9-500, and E9-525)


















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Mackfully,

Mackdaddy

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Wednesday, April 02, 2014 2:40 PM by Mackdaddy
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Dan-----I remember a firetruck I saw about 5 years ago with twin turboes. I don't remember they sat down in behind like your picture, but they could have . As I recall that engine was derated because of an Allison MT 644, which had a big torque converter like the HT 700s, but medium duty otherwise, with a torque rating of about 800 lb.ft. Anyway, perhaps you could elaborate on the hp and torque ratings of the 864-865........ and the 998-1000.
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Dan,

thanks for defending the brand until one of us could show up!!! The Whispering Giant as Mack coined it was the baddest of the bad when it comes to high horsepower engines. With it's unique firing order it had a rumble that was as much to trucks as the V twin to motorcycles. As Mike Osborne stated last year at the Yakima show...."if you come up on a Mack V8 and you want to mess with it.........you better have your mess'n together"!! While the first V8 864's were noted for some problems they were quickly corrected with the improved 865 and 866. Then came a few years of just over a 1000 cubes that settled into the 998cu in. E-9 series. Still a highly sought after engine in the US and Australia. Mack worked with Scania on this design and provided the blocks to Scania up until the Volvo takeover. Check out the new Scania V8 and you realize what Mack could have delivered if weren't for being taken over by the damn Swedes. Also a pic of my factory twin turbo 864. Mack was ahead of the pack in the day!

www3.scania.com/en/New-V8-truck-range/Line-up

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Where's Dan Thomas to give us the education on the newer Mack V-8s ? Or Mike Harbison, or Doug Fetterly ?
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I was thinking of the 8500 series 5 speeds coupled with a Spicer 8031 G Brownie. The under to direct splits are a little less than a 2 speed axle from under to direct,with a shorter 300 RPM split from direct to over. The 4 speed mains that I had experience with were usually wide range boxes, allowing one to use all three gears in the Brownie both upshifting and down shifting. I drove a 262 set up this way with the wide ratio 4 speed. I believe it was a 8441 Spicer, Iv'e forgotten the number on the Brownie box. Too many years ago. Also a 275 set up the same way. The G box with the 5 speeds downshifted so one didn't use the over gears in the 3 speed, Example: 4th over to direct to under, go to 3rd direct to under, go to 2nd direct to under on a steep highway grade of say 6 percent. With the four speed main usually you ended up in 2nd direct on a hard pull, except for the 275. This truck had a 63 or so MPH 4th over, so one had to be careful of overheating even more than with the 262. The 262 would cool quicker, the 275 didn't do as well. My experience with the quad box in a Mack was limited to one truck that was bought and soon sold. Had a 205 Thermodyne, the engine was going, nobody wanted to mess with it.It performed like you said, equal splits.































i was using the 8500 series
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Hey Cam..............How come you ignored the big Mack V-8, that has been referred to as a 1000, or 998 cubic inches. It's been around in the early '80s and is one hell of a brute. And it has "sound".................. almost as good as a 2 stroke.


Because I forgot about it and don't know a bunch about it, either. I'm pretty hazy on the "newer" (post-237) Mack engines...
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Dan, I fixed your link! https://sites.google.com/site/northeastohiochapterofaths/

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The Freightliner in the background has the purple engine and is the only known working truck with AC power. It belongs to NEO club member Ron Knarr of Canfield, Ohio who can be seen in the background in a black jacket in Steve's picture. More pictures of it can be seen on the NEO- Live website or http://sites.goog;e.com/sitenortheastohiochapterofaths/
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In Cams first post he mentioned the Alice Chalmers purple "Big Al" truck engine.
There was one on display at South Bend, and I thought a couple of photos of it would be appropriate herehttp://forums.aths.org/Uploads/Images/9bcfb7c3-a577-4eed-8445-4807.JPG

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Jake-------Cam's explanation assumed you had equal splits in the auxilliary , which you could have in some models of the 3 speed and also with a 4 speed that would operate like the Quadreplex Mack transmission . It had the low range which was pretty much off highway only, then low split, hi split and overdrive . Probably most 3 speed auxilliaries , if 3 speed had the low hole for off highway and the direct and overdrive you'd split like a 2 speed axle . I have that ratio combination in the 5831 that I have in my pickup, and it's coupled to a 5 speed 3152 Spicer with short 4th gear.

Hey Cam..............How come you ignored the big Mack V-8, that has been referred to as a 1000, or 998 cubic inches. It's been around in the early '80s and is one hell of a brute. And it has "sound".................. almost as good as a 2 stroke.

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