The 175 rated horsepower (HP) International 4700 T444E truck engine has a peak of 184 HP at 2,200 rotations per minute (RPM), peak torque of 460 at 1,400 RPM and a governor engine speed of 2,600 RPM. The T444E specifications vary depending on the rated HP.
The T444E models have a rated HP between 175 and 230. The 230 rated HP has a peak of 238 HP at 2,300 RPM, peak torque of 620 at 1,400 RPM and a governor engine speed of 2,600 RPM. The T444E uses a mechanical fuel pump and powers machines with a gross vehicle weight up to 65,000 pounds. International manufactured over 750,000 of the T444E diesel engines. The engine is named for several of its features. It is turbocharged with 444 cubic inch displacement and electronic control.
International also manufactured the 7.3L Power Stroke, modeled on the T444E engine. The Power Stroke is used exclusively in Ford pickups. International altered the specifications to meet Ford's engine requirements. The long blocks are the same but the powertrain control modules (PCM) and power ratings are different. The Power Stroke only offers a peak torque of 525 compared to 620 in the T444E. However, the 275 rated HP in the Power Stroke exceeds the top 230 rated HP in the T444E.