FSC 2990 Miscellaneous Engine Accessories, Nonaircraft

Includes Engine Dynafocal Suspension Mounts; Engine Driven Superchargers (not integrated with engine); Starter Cranks; Engine Starter Ropes; Exhaust Mufflers; Hand Inertia Starters; Air Duct Heaters; Engine Governors; Intake Mufflers; Combustion Type Starters; Miscellaneous Accessories for all Engines except Aircraft and Guided Missile Prime Moving. Excludes Electrical Starters Non-Aircraft (FSC 2920); Aircraft (FSC 2925).

Name NSN Details  
Blower Assembly 2990-00-001-0001 RFQ
Muffler,exhaust 2990-01-502-9922 RFQ
Pipe,exhaust 2990-01-502-9928 A rigid tubular item designed to direct the exhaust gases away from an engine, heater, or the like. For flexible items, see HOSE, METALLIC. RFQ
Muffler,exhaust 2990-01-503-0680 RFQ
Sensor,manifold Absolute Pressure,emission Control 2990-01-503-1889 A device used to read the manifold pressure in an automotive system. Provides a signal to the vehicles computer to adjust the air/fuel mixture. RFQ
Sensor,engine Coolant Temperature,emission Control 2990-01-503-1890 A metallic and/or non-metallic device with various ports on one end and a wrenching facility between ends. The opposite end may be threaded and contain a temperature probe. It is normally located on the upper engine block, on the water jacket or screwed into the upper radiator tank. Depending on individual temperature calibration it opens or closes various ports in order to channel manifold vacuum to devices which activate, de-activate or modify functions in fuel economy, cold temperature override, thermal ignition control, exhaust gas recirculation and other systems by sensing engine water temperature. RFQ
Control Unit,governor 2990-01-503-2658 A non-aircraft electronic unit that works in conjunction with a governor/actator that continously monitors engine speed, temperature, and air flow and adjusts the fuel control to compensate for changes. It is used with diesel or gas engines, or steam or gas tubines. It may include load sharing capabilities, rotor speed governing, loss-of-load protection and analog or manual back-up modes. It may contain automatic start capability or self-diagnostic circuitry. RFQ
Oil Pump Assembly,engine 2990-01-503-2674 A device designed to maintain oil pressure within the moving parts of an internal combustion engine. May contain parts such as shaft, gears, pin, bushing, screen, adjusting screw and the like. RFQ
Sensor,fuel 2990-01-503-2938 RFQ
Starter,engine,hand 2990-01-503-2984 An item primarily designed to crank an internal combustion engine by manual operation. It usually consists of a GEARBOX and/or FLYWHEEL which is brought to a high speed, prior to engagement, by operation of a HAND CRANK or a hand pulled automatic rewind device. It may include facilities for adding an electric motor. RFQ
Damper,exhaust Pipe,diesel Engine 2990-01-503-3691 A throttle plate installed in the exhaust manifold of an engine and designed to boost the engine braking action by adjustment of the exhaust pipe cross-section. Mounting elements may be included. RFQ
Screen 2990-00-003-2731 RFQ
Damper,exhaust Pipe,diesel Engine 2990-01-503-4586 A throttle plate installed in the exhaust manifold of an engine and designed to boost the engine braking action by adjustment of the exhaust pipe cross-section. Mounting elements may be included. RFQ
Link Assembly,throt 2990-00-003-5933 RFQ
Connector,exhaust Pipe 2990-01-503-4943 A preformed, rigid, metallic item, straight or angular having one or both ends processed and/or terminated. It is specifically designed to connect an exhaust pipe to an exhaust manifold, spark arrester, muffler, catalytic converter or to join piping in an exhaust system of an engine, heater, or the like. For items over 12 inches in length and items specifically designed as a tailpipe see PIPE, EXHAUST. RFQ
Sensor,engine Coolant Temperature,emission Control 2990-01-503-5306 A metallic and/or non-metallic device with various ports on one end and a wrenching facility between ends. The opposite end may be threaded and contain a temperature probe. It is normally located on the upper engine block, on the water jacket or screwed into the upper radiator tank. Depending on individual temperature calibration it opens or closes various ports in order to channel manifold vacuum to devices which activate, de-activate or modify functions in fuel economy, cold temperature override, thermal ignition control, exhaust gas recirculation and other systems by sensing engine water temperature. RFQ
Hose,air Cleaner 2990-01-503-5593 RFQ
Muffler Breather 2990-01-503-6463 RFQ
Adapter,filler Neck 2990-01-503-6882 RFQ
Pipe,exhaust 2990-01-503-7417 A rigid tubular item designed to direct the exhaust gases away from an engine, heater, or the like. For flexible items, see HOSE, METALLIC. RFQ