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Dear all,
I would really like to know which engine I have, but the engine plate is long gone and best clue (I guess) is the fuel-injection pump.
The number on the fuel pump is:
PES6A 70C410 RS1034
Which confirms my initial thoughts that it is an OM-352 through Google.
...but which type?
Another clue might be that the pistons are forged iron.
I hope you are able to help :)
Best Regards
Jacob
 

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You cant tell the engine tyep, fully, from the injection pump.

You probably have a 90-130hp model, but photos of the drivers side of the engine would help to bracket the factory HP.

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You are right! The fuel injection pump seems to be from a 312.. Headline updated...
The injection controller seems to be "RQV 250/1300 AA 14 ?" (last letter is hard to tell)
 

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Drivers side is really hard to come by as there is filled with stuff around the engine (on a boat).
But: There are four exhaust outlets, oil-cooler and oil-pressure on that side.
Is there a bolt-pattern on the oil-cooler that could give a clue?
 

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glow plugs are about 10cm above IP and 5cm below where the fuel pipes enter the motor chamber.
Glow plugs are horisontal
There is no turbo charger on it, by the way..
 

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The RQV is the number on the Gov’na.

Its not an OM352 if it has glow plugs.

Likely about 70hp.

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