3842Re: Fuel question
- Jun 25, 2007Hi Jim,
i just readed all about Autostream and i noticed that you have a NC35
with hydraulic drive...
We have a NC35 NO:103 with hydro drive (without modified rudder)and
standard 2-blad prop,too.
would like to know if the result of going reverse become better with
the Autostream prop?
we have no problems with speed, but alot other problems,cause
we are not able to drive more than 2 meters straight reverse...
Now i would like to know how we can solve this problem.
Maybe you can give us abit of advices....:)
Greetings from Germany
--- In email@example.com, "JIM TEIPEN" <jteipen@...> wrote:
> The proper prop is going to be a combination of both size and pitch.
> your engine is not achieving full RPM's or if you are getting black
> smoke under load, you are most likely overpitched. If your new prop
> adjustable pitch, you might try dialing it back a bit. If you go
> the Autostream but don't like the power in forward, you might try
> the pitch. The nice thing about the Autostream, as you probably
> that it's easy to adjust with the boat in the water. We have a 13"
> Autostream that is currently pitched at 11.5, which seems to work well.
> However, we have the Perkins 4-108 with hydraulic drive so it's
going to be
> different on your boat.
> S/V Alegria
> >From: "Denece Vincent" <bluepearl@...>
> >Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >To: "campernicholson" <email@example.com>
> >Subject: [campernicholson] Fuel question
> >Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 19:32:19 -0700
> >Hello All
> >We are currently cruising the Bahamas and have a perplexing
> >finally put on the Campbell Sailor three blade prop when we hauled
> >last December and it seems to be using TWICE the fuel of our old
> >Autostream! Can this be possible? Can anyone think of any other
> >use excessive fuel? We have the Yanmar 3JH which has always performed
> >flawlessly. This is a not insignificant problem considering the
> >of diesel!!
> >Thanks in Advance
> >Denece Vincent
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