Putting a big diesel engine in my krusty old lobster boat

PeterSripol
24 Jan 202416:16

Summary

TLDRIn this video, the creator shares his journey of installing a Cummins engine into his crusty lobster boat, marking the third installment of his 'bad life decisions' series. He details the process of removing the old engine, cleaning up, and making significant modifications to accommodate the new engine. The video also covers the installation of the engine, aligning it precisely using a 3D-printed jig, and the challenges faced during the project. The creator emphasizes the steep costs of marine equipment and the skills he's learning along the way, highlighting the value of online learning platforms like Skillshare in acquiring new skills for such DIY projects.

Takeaways

  • 🛠️ The video documents the process of installing a Cummins engine in a boat, marking the third in a series of 'bad life decisions' for the creator.
  • 🚤 The old engine was removed and cleaned, making way for the new engine, which required modifications to the boat's engine bay.
  • 🔨 The new Cummins QSB 5.9 engine is a 380 horsepower, 2007 model with 400 hours, purchased secondhand for $26,000.
  • 💰 The cost of the boat project is emphasized, with the transmission alone costing around $9,000, highlighting the expense of marine equipment.
  • 🔧 The installation process involved DIY methods, including creating custom aluminum brackets and using a laser jig for precise alignment.
  • 📐 The engine was aligned using a 3D-printed jig, showcasing the utility of 3D printing in complex projects like boat restoration.
  • 🔄 The drive line installation was a significant challenge, but the use of a stainless steel shaft upgraded from the previous one.
  • 🚪 Windows and the pilot house were remodeled to improve aesthetics and functionality, including increasing the combing and roof overhang.
  • 🛠️ The boat was further refined with the use of total boat fairing putty, making the fiberglassing process easier and more efficient.
  • 💡 A multitude of skills were learned and applied throughout the project, such as welding, electrical work, and fabrication.
  • 🌊 The video ends with the anticipation of launching the boat in the water, with the engine successfully installed and functional.

Q & A

  • What was the main challenge the narrator faced when installing the Cummins engine?

    -The main challenge was aligning the engine perfectly with the drive shaft, as there were no flexible components in the drive line, requiring extreme precision to ensure a proper fit.

  • How much did the narrator spend on the Cummins QSB 5.9 engine?

    -The narrator spent $26,000 on the 380 horsepower version of the Cummins QSB 5.9 engine.

  • What year and model of the engine did the narrator purchase?

    -The narrator purchased a 2007 Cummins engine with 400 hours on it.

  • What was the cost of the transmission for the boat?

    -The transmission for the boat cost approximately $9,000.

  • How did the narrator ensure the engine was perfectly aligned with the boat's hole?

    -The narrator used a laser jig, a 3D-printed device, to align the engine as straight as possible to fit it into the boat.

  • What online platform did the narrator use to learn new skills for the boat project?

    -The narrator used Skillshare, an online learning community, to learn new skills for the boat project.

  • What material was used to fill and fair the boat's surfaces?

    -Total Boat fairing, a two-part epoxy putty, was used to fill and fair the boat's surfaces.

  • How did the narrator create templates for the boat's parts?

    -The narrator used a cardboard tracing method, where they traced the part onto cardboard, then used the cardboard as a template for cutting new pieces.

  • What type of metal was used to fabricate the boat's mast?

    -6061 aluminum was used to fabricate the boat's mast.

  • How did the narrator address the issue of through-hull fittings on the boat?

    -The narrator reduced the number of through-hull fittings from five to three and used giant pieces of G10 fiberglass epoxy to back the fittings, ensuring they wouldn't tear out.

  • What was the narrator's strategy for winterizing the boat?

    -The narrator planned to add antifreeze to the engine and other parts to prevent freezing and damage during the winter months.

Outlines

00:00

🛠️ Engine Installation and Boat Renovation

The paragraph describes the process of replacing an old boat engine with a new Cummins engine. The narrator discusses the challenges and decisions involved in the process, including cleaning the engine mounts, pressure washing the boat, and expanding the engine bay to fit the new engine. The cost of the engine and the transmission is mentioned, highlighting the high expenses associated with marine equipment. The paragraph also touches on the DIY aspect of the project, with the narrator fabricating new parts and aligning the engine using a 3D-printed jig. The goal is to have a fully functional and improved boat by the end of the project.

05:00

🚤 Learning New Skills and Boat Improvements

This paragraph focuses on the skills the narrator is learning and applying to improve the boat. It mentions the use of a laser-guided 3D printed jig and the software Fusion 360 for designing parts. The narrator also talks about the benefits of Skillshare, an online learning platform, in acquiring these new skills. The paragraph details the progress made on the boat, including fixing the drive line, upgrading the shaft size, and remodeling the Pilot House. The use of total boat fairing for easier fiberglass work is also discussed, along with the plan to build a custom mast and other boat features.

10:01

🔧 Electronics Setup and Engine Testing

The narrator moves on to the electronics setup and testing of the newly installed engine. They describe the process of connecting the engine's ECU, wiring up additional engine components, and the ease of the plug-and-play system. The paragraph details the importance of clean diesel fuel for the engine's health and the installation of a heavy fuel filter. The narrator then shares their excitement as the engine successfully starts for the first time, followed by the steps taken to prepare the engine for future use, including pressure testing and lubricating the engine cooler. The paragraph concludes with the narrator's satisfaction with the progress and the anticipation of future work.

15:01

❄️ Winterization and Future Plans

In this final paragraph, the narrator discusses the decision to winterize the boat due to the cold weather and the need to work on other projects to finance the boat's renovation. Despite the boat not being ready for water entry as initially planned, the narrator expresses happiness with the progress made, including the installation of the engine and prop shaft. The paragraph ends with a teaser for the next part of the project, where the boat will finally be launched, and the narrator reiterates the boat's purpose as a support vessel for various projects, hinting at future adventures with airplanes and submarines.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Cummins engine

A Cummins engine refers to a diesel engine manufactured by Cummins Inc., known for its reliability and durability. In the video, the creator installs a Cummins QSB 5.9 engine into their boat, which is a significant and costly upgrade. This engine is chosen for its 380 horsepower and is a central component of the boat's refurbishment project.

💡Boat refurbishment

Boat refurbishment involves the process of renovating or upgrading a boat, which includes replacing old parts, cleaning, and making structural improvements. In the video, the main theme revolves around the extensive refurbishment of a lobster boat, including installing a new engine, expanding the engine bay, and remodeling the boat's interior and exterior.

💡Engine mounts

Engine mounts are structures that hold the engine in place within a vehicle or boat. They are crucial for absorbing vibrations and ensuring the engine is securely fastened. In the context of the video, the creator mentions cleaning the engine mounts as part of the preparation process before installing the new Cummins engine.

💡Bilge sauce

Bilge sauce is a colloquial term for the accumulated dirt, grime, and water at the bottom of a boat's hull, known as the bilge. In the video, the creator refers to the process of cleaning out 40-year-old bilge sauce from the boat, which is a necessary step in the refurbishment process to ensure a clean and functional engine room.

💡Fiberglass

Fiberglass is a composite material made of glass fibers reinforced in a resin matrix. It is commonly used in the construction and repair of boats due to its strength and lightweight properties. In the video, the creator cuts and works with fiberglass to expand the engine bay and remodel parts of the boat.

💡3D printing

3D printing is a manufacturing process where an object is created by laying down successive layers of material. In the video, the creator uses 3D printing to design and fabricate a special jig for aligning the engine with the boat's driveshaft, showcasing the technology's application in custom boat parts fabrication.

💡Drive line

A drive line in a boat typically refers to the system that transfers power from the engine to the propeller. It includes the shaft, couplings, and related components. The video describes the process of installing a new stainless steel drive shaft and aligning it precisely with the engine and boat structure to ensure efficient power transmission.

💡Winterization

Winterization is the process of preparing a boat for storage during the winter months to prevent damage from freezing temperatures. In the video, the creator mentions winterizing the boat, which includes adding antifreeze to prevent the water inside the engine from freezing and potentially causing damage.

💡Skillshare

Skillshare is an online learning community that offers a wide range of courses taught by experts in various fields. In the video, the creator promotes Skillshare as a resource for learning new skills, such as 3D printing and other DIY techniques, which are relevant to the boat refurbishment project.

💡Pilot House

The pilot house is the area on a boat where the ship's controls are located and from which the vessel is navigated. In the video, the creator describes remodeling the pilot house, including cutting out and reinstalling windows and changing the overall appearance to improve the boat's functionality and aesthetics.

💡Through hull fittings

Through hull fittings are components that pass through the boat's hull to allow water intake or outflow, such as for seawater pumps or depth transducers. In the video, the creator discusses reducing the number of through hull fittings and using high-quality materials like G10 fiberglass to ensure a strong and leak-free seal.

Highlights

The narrator discusses making bad life decisions with previous videos, leading to the current project of installing a Cummins engine into a crusty lobster boat.

The process began with removing the old engine and cleaning the engine mounts, which involved collecting 40-year-old bilge sauce.

The engine room needed expansion to fit the new engine, which was narrower below but fatter on top, requiring modifications to the boat.

The new engine is a Cummins QSB 5.9 with 380 horsepower, purchased secondhand for $26,000, highlighting the high costs of marine equipment.

The transmission for the boat was also expensive, costing around $9,000, contributing to the regret of the narrator over the expenses.

The narrator and Sam, a friend, worked on aligning the engine using a laser jig they 3D printed, which was crucial for the engine's installation due to the rigid driveline setup.

The engine was successfully installed within a very close tolerance, impressing an expert who checked their work.

Skillshare is mentioned as a platform where the narrator learned new skills, such as using Fusion 360 for 3D printing the laser jig.

The narrator shares a trick for making templates using cardboard, which proved to be accurate and efficient for boat remodeling.

The boat's makeover includes remodeling the pilot house, installing new windows, and extending the combing roof overhang.

The narrator decided to build their own mast instead of buying one, using 6061 aluminum pieces.

The boat is equipped with through-hull fittings for seawater intake and auxiliary pumps, with a focus on preventing leaks and ensuring durability.

G10 fiberglass epoxy was used to patch through holes and provide backing for fittings to prevent tear-out and potential sinking.

The narrator's first attempt at stainless steel TIG welding is documented, showing a learning curve in the process.

The engine is tested and starts successfully, providing relief and excitement for the narrator.

The boat is winterized due to the cold weather and the narrator's need to focus on other projects to finance the boat's completion.

The boat serves as a support vessel for various projects, including flying airplanes and submarine exploration.

Transcripts

00:00

you ready oh man all right let's see

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what

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happens if you didn't see it I've made

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two really really bad life decisions in

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the videos before on the Crusty lobster

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boat

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video this is really bad decisions part

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three installing a really awesome

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Cummins engine into my new crusty

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Lobster boook wait a second how do we

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get to this engine starting well we had

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to remove the old one and if you want to

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see take out this engine this is a video

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part two link below before we put this

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new engine in I've got to clean these

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engine mounts out now I can do my

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favorite thing in the world collect the

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40-year-old bilge sauce I got to

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pressure wash the inside of this get it

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nice and

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clean the engine room also needs to be

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expanded so I'm going to cut this

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fiberglass and balls of core and expand

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the engine bay to hold this new engine

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this new engine is actually a little bit

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narrower below but it's fatter on the

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top so some modifications need to be

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happening

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a little bit of the wood is rot out on

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the inside so we're going to replace it

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with new Douglas

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[Music]

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fur wa look at that this is the cumins

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qsb 5.9 I got the 380 horsepower version

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I spent about $26,000 in this motor I

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can't believe I paid for this a lot more

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than I thought I would ever be spending

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on a boat motor however marinai stuff is

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extremely expensive and I want the best

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quality so I bought a used secondhand

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motor this motor is a 2007 engine with

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400 hours on it and that is exactly what

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you will get if you spend this kind of

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money why did they do this oh did I also

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mentioned that this transmission for

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this boat is very expensive this was

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also about

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$9,000 yeah boats are really really

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expensive and I kind of really regret

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all this so far but I think I'm going to

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have a really sweet boat by the time

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this is done all right Sam let's see see

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what you've done

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here all that bits great look at that

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like he's an expert machinist or

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something well moving on with my poor

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life decisions it's time to put this

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motor in the boat we made some new

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aluminum brackets but first we're going

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to lower the engine down get a look on

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things take some measurements pull the

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engine back up drill the brackets and

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install them hammering them these are

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just some big Overkill pieces of

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aluminum angle iron that should be

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definitely suited for this

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job

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oh hey how's it going you may be

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wondering how I got here well it turns

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out I don't want to pay a professional

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do this so currently there's 1,500lb

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engine hanging above my head suspended

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by two

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4x4s and I do not have health insurance

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currently how's your day

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going all right Sam you definitely are

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Jack of all trades let's see how this

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thing works out it should be close we

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got the PVC we got the end of the oh my

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God look at look at that it's like whip

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really within the ballar for a bunch of

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amateurs wrestling around with a giant

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engine and a boat never building boats

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this turned out really good that's a

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huge weight off my shoulder man there is

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definitely not a user guide for this

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kind of crap now the really cool thing

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about 3D printing is you can make all

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sorts of things and we got this special

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Gadget if you haven't figured it out yet

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this is a laser jig I've seen people

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align these motors and half's really

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tricky about this style of boat is the

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engine is actually aligned to the drive

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shaft the drive shaft is built into the

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boat and then the engine is aligned to

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that so this is going to go on the back

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of the transmission if this laser comes

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straight out the back side of the engine

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the boat hole on the back it's dead

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center so I'm going to take some

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measurements and we're going use this

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laser beam to get this thing as straight

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as possible so we can get the engine

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going in because there's no U-joints or

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anything flexible in this drive line

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situation it's literally a shaft a

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coupler and the engine you have to get

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it like perfect with these little screw

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holes I designed I can adjust windage

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and elevation and get this thing

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perfectly bore set it's actually a bore

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sight for a gun so that worked out

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fantastically oh it's getting so close

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look it's like over there on the ground

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I I need to tweak this a little bit more

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we're getting so close to this is

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fantastic now for total amateurs I've

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just been reading around the internet

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and apparently we're supposed to get

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this engine within about 300s of an inch

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but I misread that and I thought it was

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3,000 of an inch so with fuer gauges we

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got it extremely close and the expert

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came out and he freaked out because uh

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it was a lot closer than most people

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typically get so I guess that makes me

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feel pretty good although credit is due

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where credit is due Sam is the one who

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really could figure this thing out so

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without Sam this probably would have

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been a lot worse so anyways that anent

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Lin is spoton Sav me a lot of money and

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time because both people are not cheap

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to hire for anything and there's one

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thing I'm learning about this boat is

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that I bid off more than I can chew and

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it is also requiring me to learn a bunch

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of things or perhaps pick up new skills

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that I need to learn which is why I'm

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also learning a ton of new skills to

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make this boat happen such as the laser

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fixing more of the drive stuff with the

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boat this damage to this through hole

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where the shaft goes for the drive line

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I'm going to actually use this as some

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sort of mold just kind of put some epoxy

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back there put this plate

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on and tighten it and pull the plate off

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few hours later

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and dang look at

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that and we're back so I got the Sha

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today built this crazy rig right here to

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kind of hold that lucky for me I found a

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secondhand shot for some awesome guys up

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in North Rhode Island is that

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Massachusetts I think it's Mass Jesus

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that's where I got this shaft anyways

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we're going to put this in the boat it's

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a solid piece of stainless steel better

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than the old tolbin bronze shaft I had

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so I'm very confident this stuff we also

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upgraded the shaft size the old shaft

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that is in this boat was a 1 and 3/4 in

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shaft this is now a 2-in piece of

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stainless steel we'll put this ram rod

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in and tighten it up it's time for magic

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will it fit did we do all this for

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nothing and that is how you do the drive

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line in the boat watch your head you got

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it free yeah hey that's a cool shirt you

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got there I wonder where I got that

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from

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Timber all right I can finally get some

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of this crap off get a good look at this

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boat so in between working on the engine

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and all that other crazy stuff I also

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wanted to remodel the rest of the boat

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so obviously we finished cutting out the

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windows and reinstalling them if you

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want to see what it used to look like

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check out the first video before we

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really cut this thing up the old windows

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were leaky too so they kind of needed to

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be f fix well I went for the over fix

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thing and literally just redid the

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entire Pilot House to look

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[Music]

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different now we're going to increase

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this combing on the back side combing

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roof overhang I don't really know what

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it's called but anyways so we're going

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to extend it because I want to place to

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get away from the weather and I think it

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looks a lot

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neater for a lot of this stuff we're

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going to use total boat fairing I didn't

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realize this but total boat make this

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really cool two-part epoxy putty that

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you mix together and it l turns this

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green color and you can smear it

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everywhere and fill your boat out or

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whatever you're working on it's making

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this a whole lot easier because I really

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thought I had to fiberglass this whole

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thing build up layers of fiberglass sand

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it all down and try to put resin on it

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when you can really just fill it in

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addition to fiberglassing of course so

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we're getting really itchy my dad also

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came out and helped finish up the roof

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because uh this thing is this is a

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serious project and it's getting into

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the month of uh September

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now I learned this really neat trick

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from another YouTuber who built boats

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you lay out some cardboard down and you

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trace it to your part and then you take

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that cardboard and put on your new

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template it's like a really fast way to

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make templates and it is dead on

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accurate whoever came up with that

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cardboard or stick trick from framing up

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stuff that you just don't want to

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measure that turned out awesome look how

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tight those gaps are no musing no

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fussing with measuring and whatever just

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cut it to fit and then you got yourself

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whatever panel you're working on one

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more thing I got to work on is the Mas

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on this boat I don't think I want to buy

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a Mas and I kind of want to build my so

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we're going to get some 6061 pieces of

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aluminum now I don't have a welder cable

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of welding this up so I just pay someone

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to weld it but now it's time to paint it

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all right now time for the masterful

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centerpiece Crown I don't know what you

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call it let's put this thing on the roof

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this thing will definitely hold my

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search light and will also hold the

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radar and some other fun LEDs and

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doodads and look cool on top of the boat

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no boats complete without

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one so this boat is definitely changing

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a lot it used to look like this on the

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roof and now it looks like this

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definitely kind of improvement in my

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opinion

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for this boat there are a bunch of

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through hul fittings for picking up seaw

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water and running auxiliary pumps and

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stuff like that however they were too

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many today was nothing but tons of

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grinding and sanding cuz we had to patch

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all these through holes there's five and

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we're going down to three one for a wash

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down pump one for the engine and one

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hole for the transducer for figuring out

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how deep the water

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is wow it's a lot of G10 that board over

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there that was $800 boat building is

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definitely not cheap rather than doing

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it the way they used to have it with

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some wood blocks we're going to embed

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these giant pieces of G10 fiberglass

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epoxy them down fiberglass them in and

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then fiberglass filled on other parts of

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the boat where I plan to plug the

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through holes and now I'm giving the new

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through holes these huge backing blocks

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because I really want to make sure none

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of these fittings tear out because if

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these tear out you have a really big

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hole in your boat and it would sink very

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fast if you don't catch it you know

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you're doing it the right way when you

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have a generator a TIG buer the titig

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pedal and a ladder and now you're about

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to do the jankiest weld you've ever

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done and that would be my first

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stainless steel tigw laugh about it in

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the

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[Applause]

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comments the heck is holding it

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up oh were you holding it I was holding

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it

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up these exhaust parts come from seabo

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Marine they designed and do all sorts of

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Custom Fabrication and things like that

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if you got any sort of boat project

11:00

you're working on that has a engine

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or if you need to get a ZF transmission

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these guys are definitely the expert

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they've helped me with a lot of my

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questions and I really appreciate them

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taking the time out to help someone kind

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of dumb like me figure this stuff out

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all

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right time to install the heavy fuel

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filter this is only a couple thousand

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freaking dollars rayor fuel filters

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installed so I'm going to install the

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fuel filter because it's very important

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that I don't have contaminated diesel

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fuel going to my motor cuz I want to

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make sure this motor is happy and

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healthy it's important to do some

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preventative maintainance so this is the

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engine after cooler it cools the

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turbocharged air mixes it through

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radiator with sea

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water I want to make sure this thing

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doesn't corrode or have any leaks so

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we're going to pressure test this real

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fast and then once we're done with that

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we're going to lube it up with some

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metal Lube so it's easy to take apart in

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the future and

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clean and for the next step we put oil

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in the

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motor and then I think we're good to

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start this thing and see what happens

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all right the time has come we we're

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going to hook up all the electronics on

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the boat if it blows up I want it on

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camera uh let's see so now this cumins

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engine has a little ECU doohickey that

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needs constant 12vt power we're going to

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plug that in right now and now I got to

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wire up some of the additional engine

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stuff fortunately for me and this

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marinized version of this engine a lot

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of things are really plug-and-play and

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that's thanks to Seaboard Marine they've

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actually designed a whole bunch of

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controls for my motor a to turn this on

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yeah this comes on so I think the

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engine's trying to Prime itself right

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now it's making this priming noise I

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think it's it's a lift pump lifting the

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diesel from the fuel tanks to the fuel

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filter to the motor and I think all we

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have to do is hit start turn it on

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voltage is moving you ready oh man all

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right let's see what

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happens oh damn this thing fires right

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up that's a huge relief off of my

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shoulders when I did buy this engine I

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did see it running so I I knew I was

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getting something that's working but you

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got to wonder that if you did did it

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right you know after moving it all

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around manhandling it for a while it

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seems pretty happy and okay for

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now so we can't run the engine for very

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long right now cuz I got to finish the

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rest of this exhaust stuff

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up and right now it's using the internal

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radiator fluid I'm not sure if that what

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what's that called cuz there's no

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radiator there's a heat exchanger give

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it some

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juice so you can start it without an

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actual water system but you have to disc

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water pump and all that stuff but you

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can't run for very

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long so

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cool I wouldn't keep it on much

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longer

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sounds so

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cool

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I am very happy with