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Cummins N14

For over 65 years, Young and Sons has been building Cummins Diesel Engines. Located in Indianapolis, this family owned business performs all of it work in one location. If you have a question or concern for our company, our mechanics are all in house and we have have a skilled and trained staff that will be able to answers all questions that you have. There is no middle man when you work with Young and Sons.

Cummins N14 Engine Stats

The Cummins N14 is by far one of their most popular Diesel Engines that is very versatile.  Used to power everything from motorhomes, commercial trucks, generators and agricultural and construction equipment. The N14 engine was produced in the late 80’s until 2000. With slight changes during its production years,  the core of this engine has not changed at all. The N14 engine’s ignition fires off its cylinders in the order of 1, 5, 3, 6, 2, 4.

The Cummins N14 Engine Specs:

  • – Built on a basic 855 cubic inch
  • – Operating oil pressure at idle is 10psi (Idle), 25psi (1200 RPM)
  • – Fuel pressure is 25psi (Cranking), 120psi (1200 RPM)
  • – 20 pounds per square inch at 1,200 RPM
  • – Firing Order 1-5-3-6-2-4
  • – Engine brake clearance is 0.023 inches
  • – Intake valve clearance of 0.014 inches
  • – Exhaust valve clearance of 0.027 inches

Cummins N14 Horsepower

The Cummins N14 is capable of producing between 310 and 525 horsepower. The N14 is capable of generating 1,250 to 1,850 foot-pounds of torque at 1,200 RPM. Cummins released the upgraded N14  in 1997. This was the Celect Plus fuel system, but looked similar. The Celect Plus ECM has many more adjustable parameters for adjustments that the customer prefers. In 2000, the Cummins was discontinued and replaced by the Cummins ISX.

Contact Us Today for More Information on the Cummins N14 Engine

If you have any questions for our staff at Young and Son’s about the Cummins 14 Engine or any other Diesel Engines, feel free to reach out. You can also fill out our contact form for a free quote on any of our Cummins Diesel Engines. Call us at (317) 263-0960 to reach us directly.

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