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Old 12-24-2006, 04:09 PM
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Are these guys still in business, thanks Jeff

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check www.fbdesign.com
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Hi Jeff,
A little twist to your question but do you or anyone else know the total cost to repower my TopGun with Yanmars and new drives.
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Old 12-25-2006, 10:26 AM
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Just trade your boat in on mine, Im planning on doing a 52' Nortech with either twin V-8 900CRM's or most likely the V12 1550 CRM Mann Diesels as my next project.

To anwser your Q's, not exacty sure but motors, drives, trannies and including some profit around 135k. No labor involved and I know other factors will come into play during the rerig process. Merry Christmas. Jeff
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WOW!! you haven't even used it yet and you are planning the next one??? I thought I was bad. Have some fun with it Merry Xmas
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WOW!! you haven't even used it yet and you are planning the next one??? I thought I was bad. Have some fun with it Merry Xmas

Im trying to find a diesel that is as low weight per/hp as the Yanmars.... http://www.mandiesel.com/mardata2.htm the 1550 weighs too much 4750lbs.. Also need more rpms..
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Very cool, but those have got to be heaaaavy.
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Just trade your boat in on mine, Im planning on doing a 52' Nortech with either twin V-8 900CRM's or most likely the V12 1550 CRM Mann Diesels as my next project.

Jeff
Jeff, Those diesel are way to big for that boat. It'll weigh it down too much and it will not run right. if you want my further opinion send dme an email. Not trying to sell anything, just help an OSO'er out.

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What do you think of a rotary engine , belt driven turbocharged diesel made out of titanium......high rpm,capable of 1,000 HP and more ?

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What do you think of a rotary engine , belt driven turbocharged diesel made out of titanium......high rpm,capable of 1,000 HP and more ?

www.regtech.com
Not being built and not proven yet. There are a bunch of people out there with designs trying to get them liscensed out to detroit and japan.
I woudl also like to see the MYT(http://www.angellabsllc.com) and
Cyclone (http://www.cyclonepower.com)
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