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TM27, Gasoline Engines



• EPA and CARB Certified for stationary applications
• 4-Cylinder OHV 
• Liquid-Cooled

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Specifications  · Standard Features  · Power Output

Specifications

Item Number

TM27

Brand Name

Wisconsin/Continental

Fuel Type

Natural Gas

Cooling Type

Liquid-cooled

Number of Cylinders

4

Bore

91.0 mm
3.58 in

Stroke

103.2 mm
4.06 in

Displacement

2.7 L
164.7 in³

Last Revision Date

6-10-11

RPM / Hp / Torque



Standard Features

• 4-Cylinder OHV
• Liquid-Cooled
• Heavy-Duty, Cast-Iron Block & Cylinder Head
• Five main bearings
• Stellite exhaust valves
• Closed-Loop air/fuel ratio control
• Precise engine speed control
• On Board Electronic Engine Management and diagnostics
• Post-Catalyst O2 Sensor base diagnostics
• Low oil pressure & high coolant temperature shut down protection
• SAE #4 Flywheel housing (standard)
• High volume oil pump
• Full-Flow oil filter
• 63 amp alternator with internal regulator



Power Output
Maximum dynamometer gross brake horsepower of the basic engine corrected to a pressure reading of 29.3 in. Hg (99 KPA)dry barometer and temperature of 77° F (25° C) when tested inaccordance with SAE Test Code J1995. (June 1995) Engine output can be demonstrated within 5% at the factory under standard rating conditions. Power will decrease 3% for each 1000 ft. (305 M)above 500 ft.(152.4 M) and 1% for each 10° F (12.2° C) above standard temperature of 77° F (25° C). For continuous operation, applications should belimited to 80% of power shown.




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