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Old 27 June 2015, 09:15   #11
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White canister

I believe white canister in photo is a fuel conditioner for a floscan fuel flow meter.
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Old 28 June 2015, 14:41   #12
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I'm in the market for a project if you want to bail out
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I'm in the market for a project if you want to bail out
I'll go halves with you if its been serviced etc
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Old 28 June 2015, 15:43   #14
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My last 'hot' inboard cost me just shy of 6k to sort. Best of luck.
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Old 28 June 2015, 16:40   #15
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I've been looking for a diesel inboard project for a while & I already have a hard hull cruiser with 6lp's fitted & I know what they cost to fix
In my opinion the only way to go with the engine in this rib is a full engine out strip & rebuild strip & clean every cooler paint everything & refit it anything less is pure fire fighting
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In my opinion the only way to go with the engine in this rib is a full engine out strip & rebuild strip
I think that I agree.
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Old 28 June 2015, 19:16   #17
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Alpha is correct the canister shown is a damper for a flo scan system.
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The 6LP sea water cooling can be accessed at a number of points by removing hoses. It would be worth breaking into the system and re-directing flow into a bucket from each point in turn.. If you time how long it takes to fill the bucket and repeat adding each component you may identify a restriction on the sea water cooling.
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not a matter of being an expert. captain had the controls, seen the warnings. Overheating's a big deal. GOOD LUCK.
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Looks abused , from the pics . Most probably blocked coolers .
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