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Yaj Yak

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Just randomly scopin' out by washington and that area for boats....


really really neat stuff, and much different than around here... because much different boating of course.
 

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Main Engine: Volvo Penta KAD44P diesel, 260hp, with Duo-prop sterndrive. Electronically controlled, 24-valve, turbocharged and supercharged. 6,502 engine hours, and runs as well as when it was first broken in. Oil analysis shows no concerns. Dual switchable Racor fuel filters. Reverso gear pump for oil changes. Diesel fuel tanks: 60 gal starboard, 50 gal port.
so friggen awesome. :bowdown:
 

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[MENTION=7923]CTC DEEZUL[/MENTION] you know anything about that engine?
 

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The TAMD42,43, and 44 along with the sterndrive equivalents use a cutoff solenoid to disengage the supercharger clutch at around 2200-2400 rpm. From there, the turbocharger only provide the forced induction. It is common out here on the West coast to wire cutout switches to the supercharger clutch solenoid, as it always seem to come on when it is least needed, e.g high speed trolling on some hulls. The switch prevents the blower from coming on when it's not wanted or needed.

The supercharger is primarily to help heavier boats get on plane, when turbo boost alone would be insuffucient to get the boat on step.

The supercharger assembly uses it's own oil supply reservoir, not common to the crankcase and must be changed seperately.

These are very good engines although some would say a little too complicated.
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whoa
 

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Compounding is normal on boats. But I've never heard of them clutching the blower
 

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Compounding is normal on boats. But I've never heard of them clutching the blower
i really haven't seen too many twin charged boats to be honest.

e55's have clutched blowers also.
 

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Almost every marine Detroit I've seen is a roots and then a turbo directly on top.

Maybe a 2 stroke thing. But fuck the intake air would bake cookies, no intercoolers on them
 

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But yeah if you ever needed a really good marine guy I know one.

Last time I was at the shop he was over hauling the twin Detroit that's in one of the 'Seadoggs'
 

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