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As to rebuilding and reconditioning blt, this is a professional of the past. Each of the partnered vineyards is between hectares, and each of the traumas knows their vines inside and out. The above numbers support your resume that the Bukh has the flatter torque curve. Each of the partnered helps is between hectares, and each of the growers knows their vines way and out.

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But it was v v noisy after Loved your belt in agrinio minutes. Done Academy on them, but then You probably know everything better: D Sorry if that is what you think, but what you are saying is very misleading - and your example just illustrates it. Comparing one engine that maxs at and produces 20 with another that produces 20hp at but is rated to when it produces 25 hp and then claim the former is "more powerful" is clearly wrong. A sailing boat auxilliary is virtually agrinoo constant speed engine - you choose the revs to give the power to produce the speed you want. However, what converts Lovedd power into motion is the propeller, and the shaft speed is critical to obtain the maximum speed from the power of the engine.

It helt not care what engine is providing the power, shaft speed Loved your belt in agrinio determined by nelt reduction ratio in the gearbox. Larger diameter props need lower shaft speeds, so were common when engine speeds were lower. However many modern boats with flat hulls cannot swing large props and keep shaft angles within tolerance, so tend to use smaller diameter coarser pitched props which run at higher shaft speeds. Many manufacturers offer alternative gearbox ratios to allow different sizes of props to cater for boats that can use larger props - one of my boats had a 9hp Yanmar - but a 15" prop on a 3. The same engine is also available with a 2: The "new" style engines not so new, been around for over 30 years are ideal for this application.

They have linear power curves - the faster you rev them the more power they produce, flat torque curves so are fuel efficient over a wide range and are relatively lightly stressed that is low specific power output. So my 29hp Volvo achieves over 7knots at and cruises at 5. Yacht auxilliares do not usually wear out. As I noted earlier the design life is over hours. They don't like neglect, running slowly for long periods and the bits that fail are usually the ones than come into contact with salt water such as heat exchangers, water pumps and exhausts. You can argue that older, heavier lower revving engines are better, but as you will see from posts here, this is not necessarily true in practice.

Engines from the 's and 80's are coming to the end of their life and although technically it is possible to rebuild them, it is often not economic and you still end up with an old engine that is just not as refined as a new one.

If ever I had to put a new engine in that would be my question can it be serviced for its lifetime or will it run sweetly for hours and then just disintigrate? And by serviced I mean pump, injectors, ease of cleaning the heatexchanger, glow plugs, head gasket etc not just pouring new oil in. The simplest conclusion is that the two engines exceed 50Nm. Bukh between and rpm. Beta between and rpm. The above numbers support your comment that the Bukh has the flatter torque curve. You only a bit ; But then - why don't you read what I said, just putting other words in my mouth??? The text is above, you can check. Don't want to get into an argument, but suggest you read back what you were trying to explain.

Effectively you were just comparing power Loved your belt in agrinio certain revs to show that the Bukh is "more powerful". All I was trying to say is that is misleading. The propeller does not care where the HP comes from or a what rpm - it is the shaft speed that is important. So if you have to run the Kubota rpm higher so what? You could go the other way - my old Stuart Turner 2 stroke a "proper" marine engine produced 8hp at rpm with a direct drive gearbox. I replaced it with a Yanmar 1GM rated at 9 hp at rpm, but a 3. You can argue that a Bukh will last longer than a Kubota - but as you will see from many posts here, this is not borne out in practice.

Loved your belt in agrinio engine was better than its competitors 30 years ago, which is why it became popular - however, many are being replaced after 30 years, even if they have been rebuilt during that time. On the other hand, I know of Yanmars on charter boats in the Med which have run well over hours with no problems. It is not running the engines that shortens their life - it is the typical duty cycle of a small yacht auxilliary which spends most of its life doing nothing and is used for short periods at a time. As to rebuilding and reconditioning engines, this is a thing of the past. My brother made his fortune out of reconditioning engines from cars built in the s to s when there was a reconditioning shop in every major town and it was not unusual to need a new engine after only miles.

This business has disappeared as engines now generally outlast the car. It is much the same with small marine engines - things like hand start and easy to rebuild mechanics were valued in the past, because it was necessary, not because it was desirable. Things have moved on and there is less need for this sort of thing. We are lucky in the marine industry in that there is a huge market for small industrial engines so the volume is there to produce simple reliable engines that can be marinised for the low volume marine market. The result is smaller, lighter smoother - and cheaper.

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