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Old 11-28-2007, 01:46 PM
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It could also be a fully compliant gen set, if it is, great... the only thing that must happen is every owner buys the proper replacement parts.

Wait, according to Sparky, EVERY diesel genset doesn't comply to the USCG regs. Just read his posts in this thread. EVERY diesel, remember? I even commented about blanket statements that include words such as EVERY because that makes the argument pointless.

Thanks for making my point.
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Old 11-28-2007, 02:11 PM
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Wow, Jasser. What a hornet's nest you've stirred up! Just install a couple of fans in the cabin...UL Rated of course! That, or just invite my wife down there to stay in the cabin with you on those hot, humid nights. She'll cool off any room!
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Wow, Jasser. What a hornet's nest you've stirred up! Just install a couple of fans in the cabin...UL Rated of course! That, or just invite my wife down there to stay in the cabin with you on those hot, humid nights. She'll cool off any room!
I quoted you on this so it could not be edited...Sandy's on the phone right now, callin your wife, Chris, your in deep chit, kinda like that website you started...
http://cc.msnscache.com/cache.aspx?q...23c&FORM=CVRE2


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Old 11-28-2007, 11:38 PM
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I quoted you on this so it could not be edited...Sandy's on the phone right now, callin your wife, Chris, your in deep chit, kinda like that website you started...
http://cc.msnscache.com/cache.aspx?q...23c&FORM=CVRE2


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Old 11-29-2007, 08:00 AM
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Redneck engineering at its best.
That's the part that fits JJ...
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Old 11-29-2007, 08:42 AM
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Wait, according to Sparky, EVERY diesel genset doesn't comply to the USCG regs. Just read his posts in this thread. EVERY diesel, remember? I even commented about blanket statements that include words such as EVERY because that makes the argument pointless.

Thanks for making my point.
I thought he did a decent job of explaining the EVERY part in this post.

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There's always exceptions to the rules. I make big money providing problem solving engineering to get around established practices and regulations. In regards to this thread adopting a blanket statement is the only to avoid a life risking OOPS! There are ways to mix gas and diesel engines and avoid the hazards but they cost extra money. If it costs money someone is going to cut a corner here and there and before ya know it BOOM!. In this case a blanket statement is not wrong but it is the only way to guarantee the safety of everyone on this site!
I'm still waiting on the link to information regarding a compliant gen set. I was called out for not providing detailed information and links, and now all the information has been posted. By all means someone post a gen set that is compliant now that we are all on the same page about the regulations.

I'd really like to know if any exist, and if so which ones they are just for educational purposes.
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That's the part that fits JJ...

don't forget about afro-engineering either...



Donzi...what U think about MASE.
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DonziJapan..what you think about MASE.
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Ok there is a diesel genset usable in a gasoline enviroment available. The company is called Nextgen. I talked with the people how supply their engines

Try kicking these guys tires:
http://www.usdieselengines.com/Marin...extGen2006.htm
interesting looking setup, I haven't seen anything quite like that before. Thanks for the link I love seeing new/ different products, if you know of more keep 'em coming!!
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Honestly everyone of my customers that bought a MASE hates em. For my customers in the non IMO compliant countries I replaced em with a home grown unit. Its a little heavier and louder but bullet proof.


Thats ok, opinions are like, you know seriously, Ive had 4 4k Mase, always ran good, quiet and effecient.
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