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    we just pick up this hyundai 170hp diesel this morning and its going into a 15' 4" extreme shallow jet boat
    the hull has a 1/2" thick 6061 keel with 1/2" uhmw over that
    we will be post all test data as we get it
    here are a cpl pix of the engine
    im told that this is the 1st and only 1 that is here in the USA at this time
    so we will be the first to have this set in a jet boat
    the fuel burn rate on paper looks to good to be true but we are hoping for something close to what they say it is
    if we are even close to this we can go over 345 miles on a single tank of fuel [ 37 gallon fuel tank ]
    but we will post what the real world fuel burn rate is loaded and at cruise
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    Wow!!...thats pretty sweet...can't wait to hear what your actual fuel burn will be....watchout mel....I little competion buddy...."fishon"

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    Seems interesting, but with only one in the country bet ya getting any parts down the road will prove to be an exercise in frustration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwolfe View Post
    Seems interesting, but with only one in the country bet ya getting any parts down the road will prove to be an exercise in frustration!
    by only 1 im talking about it being the 1st one here for testing.
    there will be many more after this 1
    the V6 is already up and running this is the 1st 4 cyl that is being tested
    i hope this helps clear that up a bit lol

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    How much does the motor/pump combo weigh?

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    What pump are you using and kw impeller?

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    575lbs not including the pump ? Seems like a lot of weight to have sitting in the stern of a 15'4" boat. Interested to hear about the performance. Judging by the "control" box it is DFI ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water_Gremlin View Post
    How much does the motor/pump combo weigh?
    the engine is 574.2lbs and the jet pump is about 125lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halibutgrove View Post
    What pump are you using and kw impeller?
    never ever use KW rated impellers
    konrad only builds inpellers in pitch the way it should be
    thats why scott pumps work so well with any engine we use

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    Quote Originally Posted by .338WM View Post
    575lbs not including the pump ? Seems like a lot of weight to have sitting in the stern of a 15'4" boat. Interested to hear about the performance. Judging by the "control" box it is DFI ?
    the fuel is as they call it [ CRDI ] COMMON RAIL DIRECT INJ
    so the computer controls all the fueling demands

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbm View Post
    the fuel is as they call it [ CRDI ] COMMON RAIL DIRECT INJ
    so the computer controls all the fueling demands
    I figured as much, the appearnce from what I can see, more importantly, what I cannot see gave it away. Should run nicely.

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    cpl more pix to show a few things on this new engine<br>we have a close coupling<br>a small pump for changing the oil so no drain plug to make a mess with<br>and the electonic inj.
    oil cooler for p/s or trans
    and drive by wire
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    Sounds interesting, but with a single bet in the country is getting all the pieces on the road to becoming an exercise in frustration! Tera Gold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankyh View Post
    Sounds interesting, but with a single bet in the country is getting all the pieces on the road to becoming an exercise in frustration! Tera Gold
    this is going into a boat heading to siberia and we have another guy flying in from siberia to take it for a test run
    and if all goes well he is looking for 3 just like it
    im told we can bring as many in as we like as they will meet all epa and c/c regs for the usa and russia

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    If you can chip it and make 270 HP, I'll buy a boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbm View Post
    never ever use KW rated impellers
    konrad only builds inpellers in pitch the way it should be
    thats why scott pumps work so well with any engine we use
    ???? Every impeller has pitch and would produce a KW rating on a dino and every KW impeller has a pitch. I understand it's possible to use different impellers in pitch to match the KW rating of the engine but it's also possible to re-pitch some KW rated impeller like the hamilton....ie. pitching the 2.4T to a 2.8KW

    I look forward to hearing how it performs in this small of a vessel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f0zzy2 View Post
    If you can chip it and make 270 HP, I'll buy a boat
    they do have a 3.0L V6 @ 250hp and 735 lbs
    but this is a tad heavy for our smaller jets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halibutgrove View Post
    ???? Every impeller has pitch and would produce a KW rating on a dino and every KW impeller has a pitch. I understand it's possible to use different impellers in pitch to match the KW rating of the engine but it's also possible to re-pitch some KW rated impeller like the hamilton....ie. pitching the 2.4T to a 2.8KW

    I look forward to hearing how it performs in this small of a vessel.
    kw rating on an impeller is some disceiving as you can have 5 different impellers all with the same kw rating but all 5 have different profiles to them.
    this means they all will work different in the boat as far as hole shot mid range cruise rpm but all will have the same wot rpm
    this is why we use impeller built to match our set up
    whats the point of putting in say a [ 2.4 kw ] rated impeller just to pull it back out and have it reworked as you put it
    we give konrad our spec sheet on any given engine that we will be using and he builds us a set of impellers to match
    this could be a good reason why so many people have there impellers out of there hammy jet set to him to have them rebuilt to match there set up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankyh View Post
    Sounds interesting, but with a single bet in the country is getting all the pieces on the road to becoming an exercise in frustration! Tera Gold
    not bad at all this this showed up 95 % complete ready to install
    it comes with all fluids already in it [ oil , coolant ]
    motor mounts
    fuel line fittings
    control panel with all the gauges

    so far all i have had to do was make block for the driveline to bolt to the flywheel and an exhaust pipe

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