Waterloo Boy R Engine


Waterloo Boy R tractor photo
1914 - 1917
Standard-tread tractor
L
Series:R
N
Engines overview
Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company 5.4L 2-cyl kerosene
Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company 6.5L 2-cyl kerosene
Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company 7.6L 2-cyl kerosene
Engine Detail
Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company
kerosene
2-cylinder
liquid-cooled
Original engine, used until 1915, Waterloo Boy R serial number 1114 (RA to RD). This horizontal engine design was the basis for John Deere two-cylinder tractor engines used for the following forty-six years.
Displacement:330 ci
5.4 L
Bore/Stroke:5.50x7.00 inches
140 x 178 mm
Compression:3.91:1
Rated RPM:700
Firing order:1-2
Starter type:hand-crank
Engine Detail
Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company
kerosene
2-cylinder
liquid-cooled
The six-inch bore engine was used on the Waterloo Boy R from 1915 until 1917 (RE to RK), serial number 6728. A detachable cylinder head was introduced at serial number 1610 (RH).
Displacement:396 ci
6.5 L
Bore/Stroke:6.00x7.00 inches
152 x 178 mm
Compression:3.91:1
Rated RPM:750
Firing order:1-2
Starter type:hand-crank
Engine Detail
Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company
kerosene
2-cylinder
liquid-cooled
The final Waterloo Boy model R engine, used from 1917 to the end of production (RM). This engine size continued to be used in the Waterloo Boy model N and the early John Deere model D.
Displacement:465 ci
7.6 L
Bore/Stroke:6.50x7.00 inches
165 x 178 mm
Compression:3.91:1
Rated RPM:750
Firing order:1-2
Starter type:hand-crank
Coolant capacity:34 qts
32.2 L
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