Inboard exhaust system

Discussion in 'Inboards' started by martinwill, Jun 3, 2007.

  1. martinwill
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    martinwill Junior Member

    I want to fit a water cooled system to my twin cylinder diesel, but am limited with space and want to know if a water lock is essential or can i get away with just fitting a silencer with a valve in it and an exhaust skin fitting again with a flap on it. The engine exhaust manifold is above the waterline if this helps. also would it be a good idea to fit the exhaust hose to form a goose neck in the transom box or fit a dedicated goose neck. Would appreciate any thoughts on the mater
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    RANCHI OTTO Naval Architect

    Try to contact Halyard specialized for exhaust/silencer in reduced space in engine room
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