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Old 10-07-2008, 06:03 AM
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On my other diesel boat ,a Sonic 28 with a Yanmar 6 LY ,I needed a bellhouse for a bravo to yanmar 6LY ,I called a lot of people in the US ,and did a lot of search ,but could not found a bellhouse ... I used a tailstock and a special made splined adapter to make the connection between enginea and drive,I was thinking about making one from a solid plate ali
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6LY series engine has a industrial SAE #3 flywheel & housing setup. Cummins 6BT has a SAE #3 housing set up and is sold in a sterndrive package with a bravo out drive
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Rigging is moving along on the 43 Cummins...




Motors are in with just "inches" to spare...


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Rigging is moving along on the 43 Cummins...




Motors are in with just "inches" to spare...


AWESOME, that is going to be such a cool boat!
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Backside of the dash...processors galore...


Full interior cabin going at the same time...


New sea strainers developed by Teague...


New design corrison-resistant NXT drives...


Drivetrain will start with 1.35 gears and labbed 38p 5-blades, targeting 75-80mph running speed...
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It's looking like a good straight clean install..... Just a minor suggestion from the peanut gallery..... On the step on surfaces polished stainless steel diamond plate. On all sides and bilge 1 mm mirror polished stainless steel. It makes wiping up messes real easy and sets every thing off.
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It's looking like a good straight clean install..... Just a minor suggestion from the peanut gallery..... On the step on surfaces polished stainless steel diamond plate. On all sides and bilge 1 mm mirror polished stainless steel. It makes wiping up messes real easy and sets every thing off.
Picky, picky, picky.... BUT, good suggestions... We've basically got 2 weeks to complete a "normal" 8 week build cycle....
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looks good!
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The boat is looking good. I am curious to see how this combo works out.
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Drivetrain will start with 1.35 gears and labbed 38p 5-blades, targeting 75-80mph running speed...
How ya gonna get her out of the hole?

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The drives are 1.35 but what are those boxes on the back of the engines are they a tranny or crash box? If so is there a ratio in there?
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