Xchange: Superior for What It's Not
Engine rebuilders know that reviving downed equipment is your top priority when serious damage occurs. Some, however, will prey on the uninformed by peddling inferior products with a price tag to match. And little else. So, when it comes to choosing between having your diesel engine rebuilt or otherwise replaced, the decision can be a tricky one. In your comparison shopping, it's compelling to consider what a genuine DEUTZ Xchange engine isn't: Not Rebuilt
By standard definition, most engine rebuilders will only recondition an engine by cleaning, inspecting and replacing severely worn or broken parts. The engine's serviceable components are often reused within the bounds of the manufacturer's acceptable wear limits. While convenient at the time of purchase, the quality of a rebuilt engine is hardly consistent and most may be covered with only a limited guarantee of workmanship or performance. Definitely a higher price to pay than it's worth. Not Used
In a pinch, it may seem a simple solution to extract a replacement part - or even an entire engine - directly from used machinery, typically scrap equipment. While obviously easier on one's pocketbook, such a quick fix can hardly guarantee that the junked component is equivalent to your damaged engine - or that the scrapped part doesn't conceal its own hidden damage. Used or salvage yard components commonly have high mileage and a poor maintenance history. And with no provisions for disassembly, recalibration, inspection or warranty, scrap yard finds are little more than another failure waiting to happen. Not EPA Restricted
EPA regulations prohibit an engine from being replaced with a prior emissions-level product. As emissions standards have become stricter, modern engine control systems have migrated from older mechanical to fully electronic technologies, presenting consumers with the increased costs - and lead time - of purchasing and configuring a new engine into their existing equipment. The best solution for compliant engine replacement is to install a remanufactured engine of the equivalent emissions level, which makes choosing your DEUTZ Xchange engine a win-win decision. In fact, a remanufactured DEUTZ BF6L913 is a more cost-efficient, emissions-compliant engine replacement option than its TIER 3 counterpart. Not Equaled
Genuine DEUTZ Xchange engines are fully remanufactured. This means that each engine undergoes a state-of-the-art, 300-point reconditioning process according to its original blueprint specifications. This also means that each Xchange engine is measured against the highest of German-engineered quality standards, minimizing recurrence of engine failure and equipment downtime. DEUTZ offers an industry leading, national, three-year limited warranty on all genuine Xchange engines - Standard, including a No-Hassle Core Return Policy. And only 100% genuine DEUTZ replacement parts are installed.