Volvo Penta 2002 Marine Diesel Engine

Volvo Penta 2002

The Volvo Penta 2000 series of Marine Diesel engines were introduced in 1983, with the last engines produced in 1993. The Volvo Penta 2002 marine diesel engine had a cylinder displacement of 830cc and delivered 18 hp.

The 2000-Series was a complete engine programme from Volvo Penta, which had been specially developed for powering sailboats and small motor boats. In addition, there was a comprehensive accessories programme for the 2000-Series for other requirements, such as, heating, cooling, electricity etc. Directly injected, they were easily started and fuel-efficient marine diesels. Also, a large flywheel, decompression and cold-start facility which made cold starts easier. A 12-volt two terminal marine electrical system and AC alternator of 50A assured excellent charging and the engine was carried in vibration-damping rubber mounts providing a low noise level for the time.

Specifications of the Volvo Penta 2002

 Volvo Penta 2002
Number of Cylinders2
Idle (no-load) speed (rpm)850
Full load speed (rpm)3200
Cylinder Diameter (mm)79
Stroke (mm)87
Displacement830 cc
Power Output (hp)18 hp

Dimensions of the Volvo Penta 2002

VP 2002 Front Elevation
VP 2002 Side Elevation

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