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CAT C15 Drain Valve
#1
Can any one help if the CAT C15 Fumoto Valve T205 needs the adapter?
Thanks, in advance, for your assistance.
Sayed
Sayed Hashimi
Previous owner of # 1237
West Central Part of Michigan
#2
I am bumping this post since there haven't been any responses.  If anyone can help out, please do.
Michael Day
1992 Newell 43.5' #281
NewellOwner.com
#3
I'll respond with what Google tells me.

C-10, C-11, C-12, C-13 (Except Acert Model), C-15 (Except Acert Model), C-16, C-18 standard T-205 with nipple T205N
C-13 Acert Model, C-15 Acert Model *Adapter may be required for this engine/vehicle. adapter ADP-205 standard T-205 with nipple T205N

Here's a link to the chart. http://www.fumotousa.com/size-chart.php
Jon & Chris Everton
1986 40' Dog House #86
0 hp 8V92 Allison HT740
Soon to be 500 hp ISM 6spd ZF
#4
(02-12-2016, 12:11 PM)MrE Wrote: I'll respond with what Google tells me.

C-10, C-11, C-12, C-13 (Except Acert Model), C-15 (Except Acert Model), C-16, C-18 standard T-205 with nipple T205N
C-13 Acert Model, C-15 Acert Model *Adapter may be required for this engine/vehicle. adapter ADP-205 standard T-205 with nipple T205N

Here's a link to the chart. http://www.fumotousa.com/size-chart.php

John,

Thanks for your reply.  I had visited that site as well. I'm not sure whether I have Acert Model or not. I don't know what Acert Model is, or where to look for to see if have this?
Sayed Hashimi
Previous owner of # 1237
West Central Part of Michigan
#5
Sayed, coach 1229 was the first Newell with the Cat ACERT engine. The next Newell with an ACERT engine was #1251. Following #1251, all Newells with Cat engines used the ACERT engine. ACERT was introduced to meet the EPA 2004 regulations for on-highway trucks. They require ULSD fuel, allow for multiple injections of fuel during each combustion cycle, crossflow cylinder heads, wastegate turbocharger and cool air injection into the combustion chamber per Cat.

Your coach should not have an ACERT engine.
Michael Day
1992 Newell 43.5' #281
NewellOwner.com
#6
(02-12-2016, 12:49 PM)Fulltiming Wrote: Sayed, coach 1229 was the first Newell with the Cat ACERT engine.  The next Newell with an ACERT engine was #1251.  Following #1251, all Newells with Cat engines used the ACERT engine.  ACERT was introduced to meet the EPA 2004 regulations for on-highway trucks.  They require ULSD fuel, allow for multiple injections of fuel during each combustion cycle, crossflow cylinder heads, wastegate turbocharger and cool air injection into the combustion chamber per Cat.

Your coach should not have an ACERT engine.

Michael, thank you very much!
That is what I wanted to know. This is interesting as mine is 1237. So, they started with 1229 then skipped 1230-1250 and restarted with 1251, right?
Sayed
Sayed Hashimi
Previous owner of # 1237
West Central Part of Michigan
#7
From what I read about the problems about first ACERT CAT engines, I certainly hope mine isn't one of them!
Sayed Hashimi
Previous owner of # 1237
West Central Part of Michigan
#8
Correct Sayed. Newell put an ACERT into 1237 for testing purposes and went back to using their supply of pre-ACERT engines.
Michael Day
1992 Newell 43.5' #281
NewellOwner.com


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