Mustang has added nearly 5 percent to the 99 horsepower B4.5T direct-injected engine that powers its new 2109 skid steer, providing more power than the previous 2109. The engine offers 305 feet per pound of torque and easier access to maintenance points, including the dipstick, oil fill and air cleaner. The conventional liquid-cooled design requires oil and filter changes at 500-hour intervals after the initial 50-hour service.
New engine adds 5 percent more horsepower to skid steer
October 20, 2006