Peugeot xud9 marinising

Discussion in 'DIY Marinizing' started by leomagill, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. leomagill
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    leomagill New Member

    I'm in the process of marinising a pair of peugeot 1.9 diesels (xud9 non-turbo) and thought it would be a good idea to share the piccies of how I'm going about it, they are for use with enfield 130 outdrives so no gearbox issues to deal with.
    Piccies are at www.leomagill.co.uk under the heading 'Project puggit'
    Any comments wether positive or negative welcomed as it's the first time I've ever tried this.
    The purpose is to replace 2 aged bmc 2.5 diesels reusing as much as possible as I'm a tight git.
     
  2. CDK
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    CDK retired engineer

    Your slide show is very interesting, but the story is missing.
    The purpose of a forum is to exchange information and opinions, so that we can learn from each other and don't make the same mistakes over and over again. We -or at least I- want to know why you did things the way you did them, what problems you encountered and how you solved them. That would make it educational, entertaining or both.
     
  3. leomagill
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    leomagill New Member

    Point taken but at the moment I'm too busy trying to get every thing on the boat sorted for the next season, I'm also too damn lazy :p
    Sometime I will get around to putting a bit of text with it but untill then it's a case of 'no comment' piccies.
    It can be summed up by "mostly planned in the pub" :D
     
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