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Old 12-19-2007, 06:47 PM
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Actually my set up has the shafts running straight down, with very highly torques trannies. Then I have differentials to another shaft running to the stern. It's great for shallow water and I can simply raise and lower the upper shaft.
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Menzies - 12/19/2007 5:17 PM

tobnpr - 12/19/2007 6:54 PM

bewitched - 12/19/2007 1:08 PM

Crusader does have a fresh water cooled riser & manifold, but only on the 6.0 liter. Well, they call the riser fwc, because all except for the last inch or so is. The raw water outflow still comes through at the very tail of the riser.
I would imagine, in time, all their new engines would come this way.
HALLELUJAH!
Someone who actually knows what they're talking about has chimed in.
The rest of you "experts" are posting schematics and pictures of the wrong engines, old carbed motors, etc. You think you know what you're talking about, but you don't have a clue.

Since I own one, and I'm the one who made the comment mentioned on this thread, I'll set the record straight, again. THE RISERS ON A 6.0 CRUSADER ARE FWC! There, now I feel better

The only way to put this to rest is to post pics- so I walked down to the boat and took some for you non-believers:
http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/b...usader0002.jpg
http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/b...usader0001.jpg

You'll see TWO hoses feeding into the riser, both coming off the heat exchanger. The upper hose is off the closed side and cools the riser. The lower hose is off the raw water side and dumps in just ahead of the exhause hose. Will the bottom end of the riser rust out? I'm sure eventually, but as you know the real problems with RWC manifolds and risers come from the clogging of the small orifices with rust and scale. Not a problem here...

TN, sorry you had to read through so much BS to get the "hull truth".
It's not hard to see from the arrogance which other forum you frequent.

Here's a clue. Next time you guys want to start a conversation or ask a question - tell us which engine you are talking about eh? Since most Crusader engines, carbed or EFI, have the RW exhaust system the answers I read above were very apt given the question asked.

So stick that in yer pipe and smoke it!

Arrogance? This thread was about an issue raised on another thread about a Hatt repower, and if you'd READ that thread you'd have known which engine was the topic of discussion. What other forum are you talking about, big guy?
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Menzies - 12/19/2007 8:47 PM

Actually my set up has the shafts running straight down, with very highly torques trannies. Then I have differentials to another shaft running to the stern. It's great for shallow water and I can simply raise and lower the upper shaft.
Your boat is a Silverton 40 Aft Cabin isn't it?
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tobnpr - 12/19/2007 9:04 PM

Menzies - 12/19/2007 5:17 PM

tobnpr - 12/19/2007 6:54 PM

bewitched - 12/19/2007 1:08 PM

Crusader does have a fresh water cooled riser & manifold, but only on the 6.0 liter. Well, they call the riser fwc, because all except for the last inch or so is. The raw water outflow still comes through at the very tail of the riser.
I would imagine, in time, all their new engines would come this way.
HALLELUJAH!
Someone who actually knows what they're talking about has chimed in.
The rest of you "experts" are posting schematics and pictures of the wrong engines, old carbed motors, etc. You think you know what you're talking about, but you don't have a clue.

Since I own one, and I'm the one who made the comment mentioned on this thread, I'll set the record straight, again. THE RISERS ON A 6.0 CRUSADER ARE FWC! There, now I feel better

The only way to put this to rest is to post pics- so I walked down to the boat and took some for you non-believers:
http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/b...usader0002.jpg
http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/b...usader0001.jpg

You'll see TWO hoses feeding into the riser, both coming off the heat exchanger. The upper hose is off the closed side and cools the riser. The lower hose is off the raw water side and dumps in just ahead of the exhause hose. Will the bottom end of the riser rust out? I'm sure eventually, but as you know the real problems with RWC manifolds and risers come from the clogging of the small orifices with rust and scale. Not a problem here...

TN, sorry you had to read through so much BS to get the "hull truth".
It's not hard to see from the arrogance which other forum you frequent.

Here's a clue. Next time you guys want to start a conversation or ask a question - tell us which engine you are talking about eh? Since most Crusader engines, carbed or EFI, have the RW exhaust system the answers I read above were very apt given the question asked.

So stick that in yer pipe and smoke it!

Arrogance? This thread was about an issue raised on another thread about a Hatt repower, and if you'd READ that thread you'd have known which engine was the topic of discussion. What other forum are you talking about, big guy?
TN, you wanna answer that?
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Do I want to answer what Menzies, the question he asked about what other forum he posts on?

Are you going to answer the question I asked about your boat?

Nothing sinister, but I've never seen a set-up on a Silverton like you described.
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TN FREEBIRD - 12/19/2007 9:24 PM

Do I want to answer what Menzies, the question he asked about what other forum he posts on?

Are you going to answer the question I asked about your boat?

Nothing sinister, but I've never seen a set-up on a Silverton like you described.
Really? I'm surprised.

How many silverton set-ups have you seen?
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Menzies - 12/19/2007 9:34 PM

TN FREEBIRD - 12/19/2007 9:24 PM

Do I want to answer what Menzies, the question he asked about what other forum he posts on?

Are you going to answer the question I asked about your boat?

Nothing sinister, but I've never seen a set-up on a Silverton like you described.
Really? I'm surprised.

How many silverton set-ups have you seen?
Several, but I've never been in the ER of a 40.

Why all the dodges about questions regarding your boat?
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What questions have I dodged - please share.
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Menzies - 12/19/2007 10:54 PM

What questions have I dodged - please share.
How about these?

TN FREEBIRD - 12/19/2007 9:14 PM

Menzies - 12/19/2007 8:47 PM

Actually my set up has the shafts running straight down, with very highly torques trannies. Then I have differentials to another shaft running to the stern. It's great for shallow water and I can simply raise and lower the upper shaft.
Your boat is a Silverton 40 Aft Cabin isn't it?
TN FREEBIRD - 12/19/2007 9:24 PM

Do I want to answer what Menzies, the question he asked about what other forum he posts on?

Are you going to answer the question I asked about your boat?

Nothing sinister, but I've never seen a set-up on a Silverton like you described.
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So the only question you have outstanding up to 9:14 tonight was what model boat I own. Is that right?
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Do I need to post the questions again Menzies?

Do you own a 40AC Silverton?

Is that the boat you are talking about where you described the set-up you have?

Are these questions that difficult for you to comprehend or answer?

You're not just pretending to own a boat, are you?
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TN FREEBIRD - 12/19/2007 11:17 PM

Do I need to post the questions again Menzies?

Do you own a 40AC Silverton?

Is that the boat you are talking about where you described the set-up you have?

Are these questions that difficult for you to comprehend or answer?

You're not just pretending to own a boat, are you?
Where did you previously ask that second one?
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Pay attention Menzies, there were five questions for you in my last post.
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Menzies - 12/19/2007 5:47 PM

Actually my set up has the shafts running straight down, with very highly torques trannies. Then I have differentials to another shaft running to the stern. It's great for shallow water and I can simply raise and lower the upper shaft.
Menzies I am not familiar with this type of setup. Is there anyway you can explain it more?
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Actually my set up has the shafts running straight down, with very highly torques trannies. Then I have differentials to another shaft running to the stern. It's great for shallow water and I can simply raise and lower the upper shaft.
I sure would love to see some pictures of that set-up.
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Chirp....

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bump.
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Ready to post those pics now? Seems you've changed your mind about having the set-up you talked about earlier, so I'm assuming there will be no pics. Hard to take a picture of something that doesn't exist, but like I said earlier, you can always draw us a cartoon.
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Originally Posted by Freeebird View Post
you can always draw us a cartoon.
Nice. I believe there are rules about taking the bilge to other parts of the site.

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