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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:48 pm

Well I guess the spicer will do
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby BrettWad » Tue Apr 04, 2017 11:35 pm

tnairn wrote:I have a new synthetic driveline I will unveil one day, it looks much like a pool noodle but don't be fooled it loads up the pump while the turbo spools up then springs into action. And now let's me set the motor almost anywhere I want.


This sounds awful interesting. I'm impatiently waiting.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Sat Apr 08, 2017 10:12 pm

Here is my partially completed 3/4 6061 t6 stompgrate. And on the other side on the transom the engine mount also sits on that 3/4" plate.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Fri Apr 14, 2017 9:50 pm

Some days the progress is more sideways but today I got back to where I thought I was the other day.
When installing the pump the stomp grate I got was a little thicker than the 1" mounting block. The stomp grate sat just below the tunnel bottom with a little advice I came up with making a rubber gasket which once again will help eliminate vibrations from the engine transferred through the pump and into the hull. Oh and I got the hull reconstruction all welded today.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:11 pm

Well the local aluminum supplier was closed for Easter so I figured why not get a jump on the flooring, that was after I got the pump mounted and sicaflexed in place, stomp grate put back together both of which I had to get all new hardware for because it was too short by like a 1/4" which sucked. Just waiting for the fuel tank to show up in the next week then I can really lay out my high deck and bench seat.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Sun Apr 16, 2017 12:47 pm

Just for curiosity today I hooked the tongue of the trailer up to the crane scale and t showed 136lbs of tongue weight which should be good by the time I add All the little stuff to the boat
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby BrettWad » Sun Apr 16, 2017 10:22 pm

Very very cool, can't wait for it to be complete.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:42 pm

Floor supports in, tank has arrived 35 gallon should be good for me. Bench clamped in place, high deck is also starting to take shape.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby BrettWad » Wed Apr 26, 2017 1:08 am

Can't tell from the pics, but what did you decide to do for your water tight high deck?
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Wed Apr 26, 2017 1:17 pm

It is a channel with the trim type seal
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby BrettWad » Wed Apr 26, 2017 7:25 pm

tnairn wrote:It is a channel with the trim type seal


Is it going to be self bailing or is it just going to keep the water out of the channel altogether? Not sure what a trim type seal is.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Wed Apr 26, 2017 8:29 pm

There will be holes at the rear that are tubed to a through hull. It is the standard trim used in marine application on hatches and doors, u rubber u shape reinforced by aluminum or Fiberglass with a rubber tube bonded to the top or side that crests a seal
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby BrettWad » Wed Apr 26, 2017 10:42 pm

Nice, best of both worlds.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Fri May 05, 2017 8:17 pm

And I got some goodies from the local shop with a 8 foot breakpress. In the first picture is the bench seat and high deck lid, in the second picture is the start of some storage trays that will sit under the bench and be removable to access the fuel tank. I am currently waiting on some orders so I can start my wiring.
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Thu May 11, 2017 10:49 pm

A few more little things complete
Drain ports. Exhaust through hull, and down pipe, I may still Fiberglas wrap the expansion joint but I ran out of wrap
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby NV Jet » Fri May 12, 2017 9:04 am

Getting closer! I look forward to seeing pics and vids once it hits the water! :Drink:
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby jetboatwanabe » Fri May 12, 2017 9:38 pm

Was wandering if there's enough elevation to the turbo to keep water out when engine is off?? :bash: :Drink1:
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Fri May 12, 2017 10:00 pm

It sits basically at the swim deck and I will have a check valve
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby tnairn » Mon May 22, 2017 2:34 pm

Here is my bench seat that folds up into a huge high deck to sleep on, I'm waiting on my spring pin latched before I can show it in the up position, I have got lots of little things done this weekend, battery mounted , forced air rad fan to charge the engine compartment with 1200 cfm, bilge pumps mounted, fuse panel is mounted. I am really waiting for my helm and controls before I start tackling too much wiring I want to have the big cables in and out of the way before I throw all the little stuff up there.

Oh yeah and since fuel gauges are almost useless you can see I am just going to have a "sight glass"
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Re: My new project, 2.0tdi rimfire

Postby FlyLow » Mon May 22, 2017 6:56 pm

jetboatwanabe wrote:Was wandering if there's enough elevation to the turbo to keep water out when engine is off?? :bash: :Drink1:
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It sure looks low. How high above water line is it?
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