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Old 12-31-2009, 10:25 AM
kiteklan kiteklan is offline
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Boat: Mastercraft Prostar 190 1997 ,with steyr 236 HP Diesel
Location: Europa / Turkey South Coast
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Originally Posted by markismm View Post
Very interesting using a turbo diesel in that boat. Do you think that the turbo is going to stay cool enough not to melt the engine box? I'll bet you can swing a rather large prop with a high pitch with that torqy motor. Do you know what the motor came out of?
It is an orginal Marine Engine(Steyr 236) not a converted one and taken out of Power Boat.
About the Turbo,it is double wall water called,which means there is shell outside the turbo which fresh water is cooling.Most of the Turbo Diesel marine engines has it.Fresh water is cooled by the sea/lake water.
propeller is still the dark horse. Calculations gives 49mph.

Does anyone know a propeller manufacturer?
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