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What will it take to boost your bottom line? Greater productivity thanks to a best-in-class payload? Superior braking that leads to confident, productive operators? Or a tough, rugged frame that delivers performance and long life no matter the conditions? With the Cat® 797F, you get all of this — and more. Today’s 797F is the most productive 363-tonne (400-ton) truck in the market. It’s fast, fuel efficient and delivers class-leading productivity, making it the industry benchmark for lower cost per ton in its size class. It hauls more every load, every cycle and every shift. And it delivers a better bottom line to the most important mine in the world: yours.

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Engine Model Cat® C175-20 Cat® C175-20
Gross Power - SAE J1995 4000.0 HP 2983.0 kW
Gross Power - SAE J1995:2015 4000.0 HP 2983.0 kW
Net Power - SAE J1349:2011 3887.0 HP 2981.0 kW
Bore 6.9 in 175.0 mm
Stroke 8.7 in 220.0 mm
Displacement 6469.0 in³ 106.0 l
Emissions U.S. EPA Compliant. Where applicable, the Cat C175-20 engine is compliant with U.S. EPA emission standards. U.S. EPA Compliant. Where applicable, the Cat C175-20 engine is compliant with U.S. EPA emission standards.
Note (1) Power ratings apply at 1,750 rpm when tested under the specific conditions for the specified standard. Power ratings apply at 1,750 rpm when tested under the specific conditions for the specified standard.
Note (2) Ratings based on SAE J1995 standard air conditions of 25° C (77° F) and 99 kPa (29.32 Hg) barometer. Power based on fuel having API gravity of 35 at 16° C (69° F) and an LHV of 42 780 kJ/kg (18,390 Btu/lb) when engine is used at 30° C (38° F). Ratings based on SAE J1995 standard air conditions of 25° C (77° F) and 99 kPa (29.32 Hg) barometer. Power based on fuel having API gravity of 35 at 16° C (69° F) and an LHV of 42 780 kJ/kg (18,390 Btu/lb) when engine is used at 30° C (38° F).
Note (3) No low altitude arrangement (LAA) engine derating required up to 2134 m (7,000 ft) altitude. No low altitude arrangement (LAA) engine derating required up to 2134 m (7,000 ft) altitude.
Note (4) No high altitude arrangement (HAA) engine derating required up to 4877 m (16,000 ft) altitude. No high altitude arrangement (HAA) engine derating required up to 4877 m (16,000 ft) altitude.