Weed eater engine on sea water

Discussion in 'DIY Marinizing' started by dorong, May 25, 2012.

  1. dorong
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    dorong Junior Member

    Hello everyone
    Earlier discussions said not to take Weed eater engine for the sea, PRO ANGLER I have opened a pedal tool wide and dry, I thought of making a name resident prevent Weed eater engine a 26 CC or 33CC, we in Israel have a problem with the persons gasoline engine on Kayek, the law requires a permit and fitness Cruises and so I try to hide it there, try my idea of ​​shipping links, what do you think?

    http://stealthserpent.com/?page_id=189

    http://www.hitempokayaks.com/cabin/pro-angler.html

    http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/nowra/boats-jet-skis/hobie-mirage-pro-angler-kayak/1001501066
     
  2. dorong
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    dorong Junior Member

    Gasoline engine idea my PRO ANGLER

    As you saw I sent an idea but I want to build the engine on my Kayek, someone has already built an electric motor is an example
    http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/nowra/boats-jet-skis/hobie-mirage-pro-angler-kayak/1001501066

    I want to impart gasoline engine there, would love to hear ideas or something already done something similar, it is important that the engine will be a small but powerful and noisy but will do the job
    Lots and lots of thanks to Doron
     
  3. dorong
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    dorong Junior Member

    Matching engine Kayek

    Sorry I burst questions but always built electrical systems Kayek Now I want to build a gasoline engine
    Weed eater engine so I'm afraid
    Question: Which Weed eater engine Kayek fit my engine?
    Is my Kayek
    http://www.hobiecat.com.au/fishing/boats/pro-angler/

    Thanks Doron
     
  4. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    Welcome to the forum. Doron. I advise you get a motor closer to 50cc.
     
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  6. dorong
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    dorong Junior Member

    Hello
    You just need to put a big engine, but not enough room there where I want to place it. I need to avoid giving a lot of power and little noise, that exists in Israel
     
  7. dorong
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    dorong Junior Member

    Gasoline engine Kayak

    Hello everyone
    I must apologize for a long absence.
    I returned to the project I had planned before my Keiko gasoline engines
    I decided to instead talk
    I bought a 4-stroke gasoline engine 35 CC. Dismantled all the components connected to it. Rod aluminum, gas system, the stop switch.
    I need some information:
    Length Kayek 4.20 meters
    Width of 1 meter
    Weight: 140 pounds (Includes all, me, Kayek, equipment)
    I'm looking for a solution to two problems:
    1 - propeller: I found on eBay, but I do not know what is appropriate (must be 2 blades)
    2 - Chalk 90 degrees:
    I am in the initial stages of the project would love to hear suggestions.
    I hope I was able to upload two images for illustration.
    1 - 4 stroke engine that I bought 35 CC
    2 - 90 degree gear box I'm looking to buy, transferring power from the engine propelle
    Thanks Doron
     

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  8. dorong
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    dorong Junior Member

    Gasoline engine pro Engler Kayek

    Hello
    I want to build the same system with 4-stroke gasoline engine, if it is possible to build an electric motor, but sure to be a gasoline engine,
    I send pictures, what do you think?
    Would love to hear comments
    Doron
     

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