Engine Rebuilding Specialists
DID YOU KNOW that MTP Drivetrain Services provides onsite technical support?
Highly trained team members are able to perform induction inspections, final inspections, and perform manual troubleshooting. MTP technicians can also perform diagnostics of engine failures utilizing Caterpillar CAT ET software or other OEM diagnostic tools. It is our mission to provide soldiers on the road a reliable engine to get them to their destination. No matter how small the issue, anything and everything should be reported to us so that we can take immediate action and assist the soldier to resolve issues.
MTP constantly stays informed of the latest military vehicle design efforts such as the JLTV and HMMWV RECAP so that we can pursue partnerships with vehicle OEMs to support the always evolving military fleet. This strategy has enabled MTP to support the current military vehicle fleet as well as legacy platforms and keep soldiers moving.
The tables below outline the various vehicles in the US military fleet that MTP can support.
CURRENT US MILITARY TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLE FLEET:
|MODEL||A0 Series||A1 Series||A2 Series||ECV Series||ECV 2 Series|
|ENGINE||AM General 6.2 Ltr||AM General 6.2||AM General 6.5 NA||AM General 6.5 Turbo||AM General 6.5 Turbo|
|MODEL||A0 Series||A1 Series||A1R Series|
|ENGINE||Caterpillar (CAT) 3116||CAT 3126||CAT C7|
|MODEL||A0 Series||A1 Series||A2 Series|
|ENGINE||Cummins NHC 250||Cummins NHC 250||Cummins 6CTA 8.3|
|ENGINE||CAT C7||Mack ASET AI-400||Cummins QSB 6.7||Cummins 400 I6||CAT C7|
|MODEL||MMPV/RG-33L Plus||BUFFALO MPCV||RG-31 Mk5E||HUSKY MkII|
|ENGINE||Cummins ISL 8.0||CAT C13||Cummins QSB 6.7||Mercedes OM 906|
|ENGINE||Detroit Diesel 8V92TA||Detroit Diesel 8V92TA||Detroit Diesel 8V92TA|
|MODEL||A0 Series||A1 Series||A2 Series||A3 Series||A4 Series|
|ENGINE||MTU Detroit Diesel 12.1||MTU Detroit Diesel 12.1||Detroit Diesel 8V92TA||Detroit Diesel 8V92TA||CAT C15/17|
|ENGINE||Detroit Diesel 8V92TA|
|MODEL||A0 Series||A1 Series||A2 Series||A3 Series|
|ENGINE||Chrysler 75M V8||Detroit Diesel 6V53T||Detroit Diesel 6V53T Turbo||Detroit Diesel 6V53T Turbo|
As you can see, the major engine OEMs in the military fleet is Detroit Diesel, Caterpillar, Cummins, and General Motors. MTP has experience working on all these OEM engine platforms and has established relationships with parts distributors to continue servicing these engines.
It has been the mission of MTP to strive for continuous improvement both internally, for our own sake, but also externally to add more value to our customer. To that end, we wish to describe our rebuild process. When MTP rebuilds an engine, it goes through a complete remanufacturing effort. Generally, this means that the original block, head, crankshaft, camshaft and connecting rods are reused but remanufactured to OEM specifications. Magnetic particle inspection (Magnaflux) is the industry standard method of detecting cracks and voids in any ferrous engine part. This procedure is part of our standard process to ensure the quality of reused components even though the use of this procedure is only occasionally required in government contracts.
MTP possesses the machining capability and qualified personnel in-house to do all engine remanufacturing machining processes. The piston rings, bearings, gaskets and seals, oil pump, timing and valve train components get replaced with new parts. Exact specifications, replacement items, and process steps are adapted to meet government contract requirements. Every engine is reassembled by a single builder and held responsible for the performance of each engine. This method encourages competition and bragging rights in the workplace which results in higher quality products to our customers. Every engine is dyno tested on one of our three dynamometers. Our normal dyno test runs a series of OEM tests to ensure all electronics and accessories are working correctly as well as verify peak performance. Again, exact specifications, replacement items, and process steps are adapted to meet each government contract requirement. You can expect that an MTP rebuilt engine will meet or exceed the OEM specifications.
DISCLAIMER: All manufacturers’ names, numbers, symbols and descriptions are for reference only. It is not implied that any part is the product of the manufacturer. Caterpillar® and Cat® are registered trademarks of Caterpillar, Inc., Cummins® is a registered trademark of Cummins Engine Company, Detroit Diesel® is a registered trademark of Detroit Diesel Corporation, and GMC® is a registered trademark of General Motors Corporation.