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kiteklan
01-19-2010, 10:51 AM
I think there should be thread where We can share Diesel Experience and research on suitable engines.

kiteklan
01-19-2010, 11:03 AM
My boat named Rhino has a year 2002 steyr engine with ZF 2:1 gearbox last test showed a 41mph top speed and 35 cruising on the rough water(sea).Propeller 15.7" Diameter and 28.5" pitch.

Engine Data (http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/attachment.php?attachmentid=54148&d=1262243591)

Engine Sound out of the water (http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/attachment.php?attachmentid=54329&d=1262709607)

http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/attachment.php?attachmentid=54632&stc=1&d=1263149233
For more check out:
http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=33716

TMCNo1
01-19-2010, 12:49 PM
PM sent to you!

bjackson
01-20-2010, 10:11 PM
that engine sounds incredible

DemolitionMan
01-20-2010, 10:26 PM
That sound's great. Has anyone bought a diesel MC on here?

Thrall
01-21-2010, 10:43 AM
Good job! I really admire your build up and resto of the boat.
So a 15.7" prop fits? Cool, never really looked on my 190 though to see how much room was between the prop and hull. Of course my measly LT-1 could only push a 13" prop anyway!:D
41mph is close to the normal top end on these boats, so you're right there with the prop. Going to add any more pitch to up the top end?

kiteklan
01-22-2010, 04:11 AM
Good job! I really admire your build up and resto of the boat.
So a 15.7" prop fits? Cool, never really looked on my 190 though to see how much room was between the prop and hull. Of course my measly LT-1 could only push a 13" prop anyway!:D
41mph is close to the normal top end on these boats, so you're right there with the prop. Going to add any more pitch to up the top end?

http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/attachment.php?attachmentid=54914&stc=1&d=1263805028

Cant find anything bigger so this is the last.

Hoosier Bob
01-23-2010, 11:14 PM
I would like to see the 7.3 Ford in one if you are not busy for the rest of the year! I will stay tuned.:D

See Navistar.

kiteklan
01-24-2010, 07:14 PM
I would like to see the 7.3 Ford in one if you are not busy for the rest of the year! I will stay tuned.:D

See Navistar.

Won't work low rpm and heavy weight.

Thrall
02-02-2010, 11:37 AM
Won't work low rpm and heavy weight.

Maybe not in a prostar, but what about a bigger boat?

If I was gonna start dreaming, I'd take a X-25 with a LBZ Duramax! Add a EFI Live tune and put about 1000 ftlbs to the back of the boat!

Tom Shultz
02-04-2010, 09:51 PM
I called the local dealer to find out what the cost to go with the vw tdi would be. $19000.00 upgrade, and no that is not a misplaced decimal. To upgrade to the ly6 was $4500 dollars

André
02-05-2010, 07:31 AM
I called the local dealer to find out what the cost to go with the vw tdi would be. $19000.00 upgrade, and no that is not a misplaced decimal. To upgrade to the ly6 was $4500 dollars

Don't wait 3 years for your second post...

Welcome!!!:)

kiteklan
02-11-2010, 05:18 PM
I called the local dealer to find out what the cost to go with the vw tdi would be. $19000.00 upgrade, and no that is not a misplaced decimal. To upgrade to the ly6 was $4500 dollars

I found some tech data for VW marine 225 v6


MasterCraft 190 ProStar
VW marine Link (http://www.vw-m.de/index.php?id=172&L=1&tx_prisreferenzboote_pi1[view]=details&tx_prisreferenzboote_pi1[uid]=35&tx_prisreferenzboote_pi1[amotor]=9&tx_prisreferenzboote_pi1[dstart]=20)

Engine: TDI 225-6
Cylinders: 6
Performance: 165 kW (221 hp, 225 PS) at 4200 rpm
Displacement: 2967
Type of drive: reverse gear
Gear type: no specification
Category: Waterskiboat
Length: 19.8 feet (6.04 meter)
Waterline: 17.5 feet (5.34 meter)
Width: 7.58 feet (2.31 meter)
Depth: 1.8 feet (0.55 meter)
Trunkmaterial: GFK
Gear reduction: R: 1,50
Propeller Count: 1 each
Propeller Acclivity: 19 inch
Propeller Width: 23 inch
Overhead clearance: 5 feet (1.53 meter)
Tank capacity: 28 gallons (US) (105.98 liters)
Displacement: 1.5 tons
Top Speed: 45 knot
Cruising Speed: 40 knot
Consumption by Full load WOT: 13 gallons (US) / hour (49.21 liters / hour)
0.29 gallons (US) / nautical miles (0.59 liters / kilometers)
Range by Full load WOT: 97 nautical miles (180 kilometers)
Consumption by Cruise: 7.9 gallons (US) / hour (29.9 liters / hour)
0.2 gallons (US) / nautical miles (0.4 liters / kilometers)
Range by Cruise: 143 nautical miles (265 kilometers)

kiteklan
02-11-2010, 05:21 PM
http://www.vw-m.de/index.php?id=172&L=1&tx_prisreferenzboote_pi1[amotor]=9&tx_prisreferenzboote_pi1[dstart]=20

kiteklan
02-11-2010, 05:22 PM
MasterCraft 197 Prostar



Engine: TDI 225-6
Cylinders: 6
Performance: 165 kW (221 hp, 225 PS) at 4200 rpm
Displacement: 2967
Type of drive: reverse gear
Gear type: no specification
Category: Waterskiboat
Length: 21.6 feet (6.59 meter)
Waterline: 19.8 feet (6.04 meter)
Width: 7.6 feet (2.32 meter)
Depth: 2 feet (0.61 meter)
Trunkmaterial: GFK
Gear reduction: R: 1,50
Propeller Count: 1 each
Propeller Acclivity: 19 inch
Propeller Width: 22 inch
Overhead clearance: 6 feet (1.83 meter)
Tank capacity: 28 gallons (US) (105.98 liters)
Caps Count: 7 each
Displacement: 2 tons
Top Speed: 42 knot
Cruising Speed: 30 knot
Consumption by Full load WOT: 13.4 gallons (US) / hour (50.72 liters / hour)
0.32 gallons (US) / nautical miles (0.65 liters / kilometers)
Range by Full load WOT: 88 nautical miles (163 kilometers)
Consumption by Cruise: 7 gallons (US) / hour (26.5 liters / hour)
0.23 gallons (US) / nautical miles (0.48 liters / kilometers)
Range by Cruise: 119 nautical miles (221 kilometers)

C36
02-15-2010, 07:04 PM
KITEKLAN: I know you have likely seen these already, but I am posting a couple of other related threads that might be of interest to others viewing this thread:

2009 X-14 (yellow) with VW diesel (shown at Montreal Boat Show) (http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=28410)

2004 X-Star with diesel engine (see posts #31 and #33) (http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=19759&highlight=diesel&page=4)

kiteklan
02-18-2010, 08:21 AM
KITEKLAN: I know you have likely seen these already, but I am posting a couple of other related threads that might be of interest to others viewing this thread:

2009 X-14 (yellow) with VW diesel (shown at Montreal Boat Show) (http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=28410)

2004 X-Star with diesel engine (see posts #31 and #33) (http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=19759&highlight=diesel&page=4)

thanks for the information,I think for those who like to have a diesel mastercraft it would be cheaper to convert an old one.