The International 4700 T444E truck engine is rated at 175 horsepower (HP), but it can reach a peak of 184 HP at 2,200 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 460 lb-ft of torque at 1,400 RPM. The governor engine speed is 2,600 RPM. Depending on the rated HP, the T444E has different specs.
The HP for the T444E models is between 175 and 230. The 230 rated HP has a peak of 238 HP at 2,300 RPM, a peak torque of 620 at 1,400 RPM, and a governor engine speed of 2,600 RPM. The T444E is used to power machines with a gross vehicle weight of up to 65,000 pounds. It has a mechanical fuel pump. More than 750,000 T444E diesel engines were made by International. The name of the engine comes from a number of things about it. It has a 444-cubic-inch displacement and is controlled electronically. It has a turbocharger.
The T444E engine was also used to make the 7.3L Power Stroke, which was made by International. Only Ford trucks have the Power Stroke engine. International changed the specs to meet the needs of Ford’s engine. The long blocks are the same, but the power ratings and powertrain control modules (PCM) are different. The T444E has a peak torque of 620, while the Power Stroke only has 525. But the Power Stroke has 275 HP, which is more than the T444E’s top 230 HP.