"The world's SMALLEST DIESEL OUTBOARD ENGINE"

D-TORQUE 50 HP
As the world’s smallest diesel outboard engine with common rail fuel injection, the Dtorque provides impressive performance while maintaining a best-in-class fuel economy.

HIGH PERFORMANCE              AT LOW RPM

For a burst of speed, the Dtorque delivers a creditable 50 hp, but its torque is the most important factor in a working environment. The Dtorque’s mighty 111 Nm at 2,000-3,000 rpm will get your boat quickly on plane and provide all the muscle you need when fully loaded.

To create the Dtorque 111 the German developer and manufacturer Neander deconstructed conventional small-diesel engineering to first principles. The result is a two-cylinder common-rail turbo charged diesel engine, using a unique system of dual counter-rotating crankshafts in an aluminum block, which dramatically reduces the vibration levels that a conventional small two-cylinder diesel engine would normally generate. This technology with a patented 'Spaceball' design not only achieves less vibration but also less noise, lighter boat handling and less stress on the engine.

The compact Dtorque 111 is designed to revolutioniSe the small workboat market where its expected lifespan of well over 10,000 hours at least doubles that of any comparable outboard gasoline engine. The Dtorque 111 offers a remarkably smooth and quiet diesel engine, delivering 50 hp at the propeller with a stunning torque output of 111 Nm at just 2,500 rpm. This is considerably better than the latest 70 hp 4-stroke gasoline models and more than enough to quickly accelerate most small craft onto the plane with plenty of low-down lugging power for heavy displacement duty.

EXCELLENT COST OF OWNERSHIP

As the world’s smallest diesel outboard engine with common rail fuel injection, the Dtorque provides impressive performance while maintaining a best-in-class fuel economy.

At full throttle, it typically uses under 12 litres of fuel per hour. This equates to around half the average consumption of most 70 hp four-stroke gasoline outboards delivering a similar performance. As a result, the Dtorque requires less refueling stops, maximizing the number of working hours and reducing the overall operation costs.

The expected lifespan of the Dtorque is more than 10,000 hours. This is, on average, more than double that of any comparable gasoline outboard engine and allows for extended service intervals.

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