Archive - ‘Marine Engines’ Category

Marine Engines Repower – 1988 sea Ray sundancer with dual MerCruiser 4.3 motors

Friday, October 28th, 2011

William,

I would question going to the Par Pac on te one engine because you would have one making about 20% more power than the other which would cause a noticeable issue not to mention a different propeller for that one. Are you dead set on the Par Pac or would you want to look at it by replacing the block with the direct replacement longblock and then adding the cooling system to both motors? Let me know if you need any further technical information or help placing your order. In either case I will be glad to assist!

Regards

Andy
 
Performance Product Technologies/IShopBoating
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Subject: Product Lead Question: GM V6 Power Package 4 Barrel Carb (#2537-4vc)

William writes:
I have a 1988 sea Ray sundancer with dual MerCruiser 4.3 motors. One had a leak in the intake and needs replaced. I would like a quote to buy a 4.3 par pac engine with the fresh water cooling kit. Also what would the cost be to add the cooling kit to second motor? Should I replace both motors at the same time to keep everything even?
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Marine Engines & Boat Engines How to Repower Your Boat Video Series

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

This is the second installment in Performance Product Technologies video series covering the topic of Terminology used for replacing marine engines when repowering your boat. This video covers the topic of Marine Industry Terminology as it relates to Boat Engine Repowering.

Marine Engines Repowering Video: Topic Marine Industry Terminolgy

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Marine Engines & Boat Engines How to Repower Your Boat Video Series

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011
This is the first installment in Performance Product Technologies video series covering the topic: Options within the 2010 EPA Regulation for replacing marine engines when repowering your boat. Video installment #1 covers the topic of the recent EPA regulations as it applies to replacing boat engines.
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Mercruiser Vazer Marine Engine Specifications

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Check out this link to find the Mercruiser Vazer Marine Engine Specifications

Engine Spec’s

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How to Know When It’s Time To Replace Your Marine Engine Coupler

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Mercruiser Engine Coupler Replacements

 

Question: When is the right time to replace the engine coupler?

Answer/Recommendation: Whenever the engine is out of the boat, and the coupler has more than 30 – 50 hours of service. There really isn’t a set standard for this however our rule-of-thumb is that if you don’t want to risk having to pull the engine back out of the boat to change a failed coupler, go ahead and change it while the engine is out. Installing fresh power in front of a worn out engine coupler will fail it in a pretty short amount of time.

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Mercruiser Engine Coupler  Mercruiser Engine Coupler

Link to Engine Coupler Store Category…….New Engine Couplers

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