- 2 * SEMT-Pielstick 12 PA4 200SM DS diesels
- 1 * Jeumont Industrie motor
- 4,700 hp (3,505 kW)
- 1 shaft
- I-band navigation radar
- Hull mounted, active/passive search and attack, medium frequency sonars
- Thales DR 3000 tactical ESM receiver
- 6 * 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes for 18 Whitehead Alenia Sistemi Subacquei Black Shark heavyweight torpedoes
- SM-39 Exocet anti-ship missiles and 30 mines in place of torpedoes
KD Tun Abdul Razak is a Scorpène-class submarine of Royal Malaysian Navy.
In 2002, Malaysia ordered two Scorpène-class boats worth €1.04 billion (about RM4.78 billion). Both boats Tunku Abdul Rahman and Tun Abdul Razak commissioned by Royal Malaysian Navy in 2009.
The Scorpène class of submarines has four subtypes the CM-2000 conventional diesel-electric version, the AM-2000 air-independent propulsion (AIP) derivative, the downsized CA-2000 coastal submarine, and the enlarged S-BR for the Brazilian Navy, without AIP.
She is laid down on 25 April 2005 and launched in October 2008. She is commissioned in December 2009 and. She was assigned at Sepanggar Naval Base, Sabah.