I am trying to get a reasonably sound and fact-based estimate of oil consumption for a six liter six cylinder two stroke uniflow scavenged and turbocharged diesel engine. So my question is: Can you provide an estimate of the expected oil consumption of a newly rebuilt (to original standards) DDC 6V71 rated at about 250 hp @ 2100 rpm and operating constant speed variable load (slow and infrequent changes to load setting) with an average load of about 80% full load? Or the same for a 6L71, as I don't think they will differ. I am trying to determine a range, but any data based on experience will help. One quart every five hours of operation? One quart every ten hours of operation? Something outside that range? If it makes the question any simpler, ignore the turbocharger oil consumption, as I have a different model for that. Thanks for your advice!
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