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Old 13-02-2012, 18:08   #1
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Could anyone explain the difference between the Isuzu diesel 4LE1 and 4LE2. I was quoted on a price for a 4LE2 4cyl 54 hp. Just looked at the engine sticker which said the engine I received is a 4LE1 NYBW-02 (No such model in the manual) but there is 4LE1 N. No reference to the rest of the model number. I want to have some background info before I contact the dealer. Many thanks...
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4LE1 NYBW - Zenith Engineering

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Same same but different?
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Could anyone explain the difference between the Isuzu diesel 4LE1 and 4LE2. I was quoted on a price for a 4LE2 4cyl 54 hp. Just looked at the engine sticker which said the engine I received is a 4LE1 NYBW-02 (No such model in the manual) but there is 4LE1 N. No reference to the rest of the model number. I want to have some background info before I contact the dealer. Many thanks...
Sorry I can not help you on your engine numbers but just to put your mind at rest I have an 27 hp diesel Isuzu 3KC1 M In my Colvic Watson motor Sailer and she uses 1 Lt /Hr at 6 knots, they are great tough little engines, so I can well recommend them.
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