Lincoln Diesels provide a range of wear and non-wear components and services for Paxman Y3J engines, sometimes referred to as Valenta or RP200, including:
Design work commenced on this engine as early as 1965, and in 1971 it was introduced to the world in vee, 8, 12, 16 and 18 cylinder models. They have been applied for a range of uses including British rail, and also Royal Navy Sandown Class MCMVs (minesweepers), and other, similar vessels.
Other technical information:
Bore and Stroke: 7¾” (197mm) x 8½” (216mm). Swept volume 6.58 litres per cylinder.
Cylinder configurations: V8, V12, V16, V18, and 6 in-line.
Maximum Power Ratings: 12 cylinder: 2,300 kWb (3,083 bhp) at 1,640 rpm = 257 bhp per cylinder. 18 cylinder: 3,450 kWb (4,625 bhp) at 1,640 rpm.