Perkins Sabre Offers New Engines

Tuesday, February 20, 2001
The latest additions of the Perkins Sabre offering are the new M85T, M92 and theM115T, which all continue the tradition of the Perkins Sabre marque by being robustly engineered for reliability and durability, and by offering owners and operators a reasonable cost-of-ownership.

The turbo-charged models now start with the new three-liter four-cylinder M85T, which develops its maximum 85 hp at 2,600 rpm. This is followed by the four-liter M115T, which develops 115 hp at 2,400 rpm and, like the M92, is a replacement for the M90/4.236; the most popular Perkins Sabre ever built.

Sabre engines manages the Perkins marine business worldwide. The company is also the Perkins Marine Power Center for England, Wales and Ireland and within this territory, the Perkins Sabre range of marine diesel engines is exclusively available from Finning (U.K.).

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