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Cursor engines offer outstanding power output standards with minimum displacement and the highest levels of reliability.
Professionals of the sea trust Cursor engines for their high innovation level, easy maintenance and extreme efficiency – that result in competitive operating costs.
Cursor versions for pleasure applications ensure simple installation, excellent performance, quietness and reliability. They are recommended for yachts and sport-fishing boats up to 18 meters (according to boat displacement).
The Cursor Series is offered in high-performance, light-, medium- and heavy-duty versions. All engines can be customized on request. Options include electronic remote control, monitoring systems and compliance to international emission standards as IMO MARPOL, EU-RCD, EU-IWV, USA-EPA Recreational & Commercial and RINA propulsion homologation.
High power and torque density levels come together with low fuel consumption and contained environmental impact.
Lay-out and specific settings are focused on marine duties. Both engine and turbocharging cooling systems are specifically optimized for the mission. In order to make installation easier (and prevent leakage), the oil cooler, oil pump, water pump and blow-by system have been integrated into the engine design.
Cursor state-of-the-art technologies guarantee high injection pressure and adamant timing precision under any operating condition. This translates into rapid response at all engine speeds. The 12.9-liter high-performance version can reach 607 kW @ 2,400 rpm maximum power rating.
Advanced diagnostic equipment allows easier engine servicing. Up to 600 hours oil and filters replacement intervals minimize downtime. To reduce maintenance and increase engine lifespan, the Cursor Series adopts plateau-machined cylinder walls and oil-cooled pistons.
ArrangementL (in line)
V (90° "V" configuration)
Air HandlingTCA (Turbocharged with aftercooler)
NA (Naturally Aspirated)
VGT (Variable Geometry Turbocharger)
TST (Twin Stage Turbocharge)
Injection SystemM (Mechanical)
CR (Common Rail)
EUI (Electronic Unit Injector)
MPI (Multi Point Injection)
Exhaust SystemEGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation)
SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction)