⛵️We didn't think about that when we Bought a brand NEW ENGINE for our Sailboat!! 😨

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    Odd Life Crafting

    We’re Duca and Roberta, a Brazilian couple that have bought a 44ft steel sailboat (Dinieper Tropic 1200, designed by Joubert and Nivelt) that was abandoned on the hard for 22 years in Guarujá, Brazil. We are on the mission of refitting her to travel the world taking our house with us!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Hey guys we need to just to fix one wrong information we said on the video and also address a few concerns you guys mentioned. - We are not doing the installation ourselves. We hire an engineer that is and authorized dealer and installer for Yanmar engines. - The area of a 2.1/4" hose plus the area of a 1" hose is not the same as the area of a 3" hose. It is smaller. But it was suggested by the engineer that assures it is big enough and he is the guy that will sign the technical delivery of the engine so we make sure we have our 2 years warranty. - About insulating the stainless steel connections we talked to him and he said it is okay as it is cooled down before entering the exhausting hose. If it was a turbo engine it would be different. And also even though it looks like the metal is touching the wood, it is not. And where metal touches metal we will add protection in between. But to make sure about it we will talk to him again. - About the exhausting fumes coming back through the bilge pump: we will have a one way valve, but just in case we will add an alarm on the bilge and run some tests, if we have any problem we will take the bilge pump from that through hole and send it to another true hole. Have a great week, Duca and Roberta _____________________________ Oi pessoal, queremos corrigir uma informação errada que passamos no vídeo e também explicar outras perguntas que apareceram bastante nos comentários. - Nós não vamos instalar o motor sozinhos, contratamos um engenheiro autorizado da Yanmar. - A área de uma circunferência de diâmetro 2 polegadas e 1/4 mais o diâmetro de uma circunferência de 1 polegada não é o mesmo do que o diâmetro de uma circunferência de 3 polegadas, é menor. Mas essa sugestão foi dada pelo engenheiro responsável pela instalação do motor que garantiu ser o diâmetro suficiente. - Sobre isolar termicamente as conexões metálicas, segundo o engenheiro na saída do motor o escapamento é refrigerado com água, sendo assim não atingiria temperatura necessária para queimar a madeira, se fosse um motor turbo isso seria diferente. Fora isso, apesar de estar próximo a mobília e não estará em contato direto com a madeira. Onde o metal toca o metal do caso ou da antepara vamos adicionar proteção entre os metais. Mesmo assim vamos conversar novamente com o engenheiro a respeito para garantir. - Sobre gases do escapamento voltarem pela bomba de porão, nós vamos instalar uma válvula para que isso não ocorra, mas em todo caso vamos colocar um sensor de CO2 no poceto e fazer testes. Caso tenha problemas vamos tirar a bomba de porão desta saída de casco e colocar em outra. Tenham uma ótima semana. abraços, Duca e Roberta

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lawrence burchett
lawrence burchett

@Ken Godfrey Yes I thought of that also

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Ken Godfrey
Ken Godfrey

Insist that whoever is certifying your engine installation does an exhaust back pressure test all the way to 3000 rpm. You have a lot of length of hose to the transom and 90° turns. Plus your transom outlet plan is less than ideal, could set up backward pulses in your exhaust system like an expansion chamber on a 2 cycle motorcycle.

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lawrence burchett
lawrence burchett

Yes I was going to question some of that if the Engineer says its all right, then take the path of least resistance. Really don't be hard on yourselves for not catching this stuff you are not pros and even then sometimes you just work with what's there as long as the company says its alright, then cool.I have not done one of these in a few years but this kind of thing is common , your doing fine , take care .

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Gavin Ferguson
Gavin Ferguson

good job not easy i might have just put an new hole in the transem for the exhaust a sharp curcular saw would have given you alot less hassle even with patching the paint

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Barrens chat
Barrens chat

You two start the wiring on your engine room, and cabin, and here I am installing a new coffee filter in my new coffee maker :D old one broken after 10 years of daily "non caffeinated" operation 😆

5 maanden geleden
jose pecano cano
jose pecano cano

un trabajo tremendo y complejo, mucho esfuerzo, saludos desde España

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Tom Tribby
Tom Tribby

When you pull a wire sometimes it is a good idea to tie a string to pull back through for future wire run.

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Mariano Lerner
Mariano Lerner

someone tell me which is the video that shows the Yanmar motor in place because I can't find it. Appreciate the tip of the chapter.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

https://youtu.be/q0TYX5mgX1c in this one we showed it in place. We are still assembling it

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chupitos2269
chupitos2269

What did You Do Fred... You create a monster.... now Duca is going to rewire everything on Odd :-) But Great Job so much clean no more useless cable around!!!!

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David Warnes
David Warnes

Heat ? Exhaust ?

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Steve Martin,
Steve Martin,

I HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING THE RESTORATION OF THIS SAILBOAT, I THINK WHEN THIS BOAT WILL BE READY TO BE FINALLY TO SAIL THEY WILL BE BOTH TOO OLD TO WALK WILL THEY WILL BE ON THEIR RETIRMENT YEARS

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Michael Wallis
Michael Wallis

Dont have bilge pump outlet be below the waterline. If the valve fails, the pump is just circulating the water

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Every single outlet is above the waterline 😉

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Donna Kawana
Donna Kawana

Been away glad to see your moving rite along an doing everything extra good an Strong

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Bryon Ensminger
Bryon Ensminger

You need to check the clearance on that pipe to the back of that drawer that pipe is bound to get hot

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Bryon Ensminger
Bryon Ensminger

You should just invest in a multi tool it's a tool you can always find a use for they are very helpful and handy tool

4 maanden geleden
Deo Persad
Deo Persad

Awesome I'm catching up on your channel, 👍🏻😀 been busy myself and got some of my own projects to do later as well 👍🏻

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

😊good luck on your projects

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Ron Ross
Ron Ross

I think I would of run two, two inch hoses

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Stu Lynn
Stu Lynn

I wish I had a solution. I’m stuck in the only dead zone on the planet and can’t hardly ever see you guys. I miss you ❤️❤️

4 maanden geleden
Kevin Burgess
Kevin Burgess

Excellent electrical work. It is rarely worth it to fix more recent SSB Marine Radios. Best to get a whole new one. They're great, and really better (and a lot less expensive) than satellite phones. That said, often you can keep the same antenna for marine radios, just replace the connectors to match your new device.

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Boating Journey
Boating Journey

We love how you attack every challenge that comes along with a positive attitude and ingenuity. Don't forget to insulate those exhaust pipes.

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Jack De Donato
Jack De Donato

Big Job guys, the wiring stuff, big wiring thing is called a wire harness. The my two cents, good luck>>

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Thanks😊

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Nuno P
Nuno P

Excelente os vossos videos e o vosso projecto! Força! Eu aqui (Portugal) também vou iniciar o meu.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Obrigada pelo apoio, Nuno. Boa sorte no seu projeto

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Lars Hansen
Lars Hansen

That are some *big* rats nests. I would recommend you to tie those wires to together and fasten them to the boat., so there aren't any loose wires. A loose wire can chafe, and if a wire is chafing and it conducts electricity it can become so thin that the current that goes through it can start a fire.. Wires carrying a low voltage can also start a fire.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Thanks for the suggestion.

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david aharon
david aharon

Hi guys I'm looking for cheoy Lee ketch 45 to 53 project is okay to if you know any please let me know thanks 👍🙏...

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Lars Hansen
Lars Hansen

I have a question : Why not let the exhaust do a large radii left or right turn and then directly out of the boat? It's of course *not* like all the others' boats, but one doesn't absolutely has to do like everyone else.

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stevo 8291
stevo 8291

I just LOVE the way that Roberta Screws up her face when she's really happy!!! TO CUTE XX

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stevo 8291
stevo 8291

You two are SO resourceful when it come to problems Keep up the good work guys x

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Thank you!

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ANDI P
ANDI P

ONLY ONE SIZE DRILL BIT (TRY A ROTO ZIP)

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pidjones
pidjones

Although your solution to finding extra exhaust flow was innovative, I have a serious safety concern with it. Should your bilge pump check valve stick open (it happens, bilges build up all sorts of stuff), you risk the potentially deadly back flow of exhaust into the bilges. At a minimum a Carbon Monoxide detector should be installed (needed anyway, and you probably already have it). I would prefer to make a larger exhaust hole through the transom. It really shouldn't be hard - cut/grind out the existing penetration, make up (or purchase) a new one, and have a welder put it in (less that an hour's work if you have properly prepared it). Really easier in steel than fiberlgass or wood! There. I have informed you. I can sleep better, now!

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Larry Labry
Larry Labry

Anxious to see you on the water with you new engine. Hope you are documenting you repairs and up grade (and developing a factory style repair manual to supplement your videos, It will be easier to find sections if you create an index, , Love watching you videos and progress 😄😃

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Dave Lang
Dave Lang

Who is the music by? I can't Shazam it?

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Dave Lang
Dave Lang

@Odd Life Crafting thanks

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

We use a platform called Artlist

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Simon Bracken
Simon Bracken

SSB is weather fax you need it!

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Sail Wandering Dolphin
Sail Wandering Dolphin

Get a multitool! You will use it when you are out cruising. Worthwhile piece of kit on any boat.

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Jerome H
Jerome H

Your channel amazingly growing. I'm inspired to live and work on my boat now. Hope to meet you guys, and see spotless Odd.

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Tom aldous
Tom aldous

Love the way you two get along and figure things out.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

💕

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Terry McDonnell
Terry McDonnell

Seems a bit dodgy? There are no countermeasures.

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James Hilins
James Hilins

Whats going on with the tiny home? Do you get back to visit it ? Maybe take us for a driving tour back to see it again !

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Tom Rock
Tom Rock

You guys got rid of your diesel generator. What are doing to replace it? You can’t rely 100% on solar. I’m sorry if I’ve missed something.

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Tomasz Sz
Tomasz Sz

2.25" + 1" = 4.77 sq inch 3" = 7.07 sq inch still one 3" pipe has cross section bigger by 48%

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Michael Ward
Michael Ward

Ok, after watching you use a drill to alter most every part of your boat, I want to ask: do you not have some small power tools? What current are you running there? I’m planning to look into this for you...if I had some battery powered tools, do you have a way to use 120 V for the charger? I’m serious!

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Michael Ward
Michael Ward

@Odd Life Crafting any particular brand/functions? If they were 110 could you use them?

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Hey Michael!! All our tools are from before the boat so they are all 220v as our home town just uses 220v. On the boat we will have to use the inverter to invert 12v to 110 and then a transformer to transform 110v into 220v. We have most of the tools, the only one we have been postponing to buy is a multifunction tool be at some point we will get one. 😊

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krause lee
krause lee

Yall do great work on the audio, i know your not using the best equipment but it usually sounds really clean

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Thanks for the feedback

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mat williams
mat williams

It would help if you had a Silverline multi tool wood cutter for your little holes for your pipe .

5 maanden geleden
freedom
freedom

Use the radio and sat phone better to have two and not need it and need it and not have it

5 maanden geleden
Michael Carron
Michael Carron

It's all ways good to have redundant comms, say a lightning strike hit's the boat, while you are way out on the ocean.SSB radio good to have if Sattlight comms goes down.

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Michael Holliday
Michael Holliday

To much back pressure.... A 3 in. pipe is 7.065 sq. in. in area, a 2.25 in. pipe is 3.79 sq. in. in area. To prevent excessive backpressure you will need a 2.25 in. and a second pipe greater than 2.125 in. in diameter. A 2.25 in. pipe and a 2.125 in. pipe will give you a area of 7.17 sq. in. in area barely above the 3 in. pipe... The current second pipe is WAY to small... This will lead to engine damage and I am sure that it will void your Yanmar engine...

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Keith Ketring
Keith Ketring

You should consider a heat shield for the metal pipe you installed near the wood cabinet/bulkhead. The hose you took out was an insulted flex hose that does not have the heat transfer capacity of the metal pipe you put in. Without a heat shield you may create a fire hazard.

5 maanden geleden
Rogier Hoogmolen
Rogier Hoogmolen

Don’t wan to burst your bubble but the 3” exhaust has a 4560 mm2 surface area and what you guys think by connecting a 2 1/4 inch hose and a 1” hose doesn’t mean you get a bigger surface area (throat) surface area of the 2 1/4 hose is 2574 mm2 and a for a 1 inch hose that’s just 506 mm2 together that gives you only a surface area of 3080 mm2 so you wil have a restriction in you exhaust system which can cause a lot of issues down the line. If it’s a wet exhaust system if it’s a dry exhaust system not so much unless you have a turbo driven Diesel engine

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Thom Meyer
Thom Meyer

You two are approaching sainthood with your patience...you are amazing!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

😇

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Lars Lange
Lars Lange

Come on don't make a big mistake now. Cut out the old pipe through hole and increase the size to fit your new exhaust system. You are on the hard it would be easy to fix.

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reginasimms46
reginasimms46

Love the music you have chosen for each segment of ur video. It’s perfect!! U guys have patience to rerun the wires. I would get frustrated and cut them all. Lol

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Glad you like it😊

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Dragan Bjelic
Dragan Bjelic

Old engines could have a names. New are just new. After 174 weeks I would by new boat

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Ekkehart Pichler
Ekkehart Pichler

Do not forget, the exhaust will get hot! So I think you need an isolation between the tube and all the wood. Hope that you will be sailing soon.

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Unstoppable Zone
Unstoppable Zone

Well...I'm exhausted...:)

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Unstoppable Zone
Unstoppable Zone

Not "the exhausting system" but "the exhaust system." And yes, it IS exhausting. As a former English teacher I can't help but give some grammar tips. And, I must also say that both you and Roberta have a wonderful command of English. Hats off to you both! English is an insane language and you have really mastered it. :)

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Unstoppable Zone
Unstoppable Zone

For me...all this wiring is a true nightmare. I continue to be so impressed with your willingness to take on the complexity of this project. You have my undying admiration. I do hope you will sail to Asia someday and visit us in Taipei. You always have a home with us in Taiwan. :)

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Unstoppable Zone
Unstoppable Zone

Pretending to be Fred! Impostor! :) Fred is indispensable and impossible to imitate! :)

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Unstoppable Zone
Unstoppable Zone

Roberta is an inspiring fount of wisdom...how blessed you are Duca to have her with you!

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Unstoppable Zone
Unstoppable Zone

English tip: "Exhaust hose" not "exhausting hose." Although I sense the finding workaround for this hose is going to be...exhausting! Good luck with that! :)

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Old Seadog
Old Seadog

22:20 I think I would be tempted to make the hole larger where the bent pipe passes through so that it's in a straight line with the other piece rather than trying to change or add angles in the pipes (that seems much harder to me). And I'm sure you've already thought of this, but don't forget that you won't be able to weld everything together in one go or you'll never fit the exhaust, so you'll either have to weld it in place (not easy with your chosen route) or use flexible type of connections (which you will need to make sure are up to the job & are gas tight). Good luck!

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Grim Reaper
Grim Reaper

Exhaust.... exhausting is getting tired 😉 love what you guys accomplish... 👌

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

😊

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Ben Jeffreys
Ben Jeffreys

What another great episode love kelly looks like she will pur keep up the good work and can't wait to see her on the water 😎👍⛵💝

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

☺️🤗

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Bravescatz
Bravescatz

I hope Fred's dad has recovered.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

☺️

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Bugdriver49
Bugdriver49

Absolutely LOVE your channel....was jus wondering if those exhaust pipes are going to be insulated? Running pretty close to wood bulkheads....just looks ....welll...never mind, I'm sure it'll be fine.... sorry, there's worry warts everywhere....

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Four Corners Kids Club
Four Corners Kids Club

Get a pipe bender to line up pipe. Exhaust shop.

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Four Corners Kids Club
Four Corners Kids Club

What about heat from metal pipe? Will it heat up wood or clothing?

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georgeackenbush
georgeackenbush

Well done guys, great problem solving and the new engine looks awesome. Go Kelly!!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

☺️

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cecil pacetti
cecil pacetti

What are you going to do 20 years from now when you buy another new engine and it needs a 4 inch exhaust pipe?

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Julie Mac
Julie Mac

A little late, but HAAAAPPPYYYYYYY BIIIIIRRRRTHDAAAAAYYYY Duca!!!!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Thanks 😊

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Adrien Ami
Adrien Ami

Duca's proverb: "do what we have to do", awesome, guys!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

☺️

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PassinThru
PassinThru

I'm surprised you don't have a multi-tool in your boat toolbox. Another really useful tool would be a portable Dremel. Good thing Roberta suggested enlarging the hole for the exhaust. I wondered about that myself.

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Boomstruck
Boomstruck

cant wait untill you guys are sailing around hassle free

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

We too ☺️

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David LaBedz
David LaBedz

A lot of details that change with any new piece of equipment. Great work and great solutions.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

😊

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david terry
david terry

Again, great job handling a tough situation. 👍👍

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Thanks 👍

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Bpd60
Bpd60

Exhaust Flex Pipe

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

We couldn't find it here in Brazil

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Bpd60
Bpd60

Hi Guys For the offset pipe problem outside the engine room; try what is called an exhaust flex pipe (I will try to email a picture to you) Good luck :) PS: the engine looks beautiful !

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

We couldn't find it here in Brazil

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Sven Westendorf
Sven Westendorf

one more suggestion.... instead of drilling holes side by side to cut something you may want to think about having a multitool like this one. this would make your life way easier in many cases... https://www.makitatools.com/products/details/XMT035

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

We are postponing on buying it as it's kind of expensive here in Brazil

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Christianne Saam
Christianne Saam

Je vous trouve formidable

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Merci ☺️

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Matt & Kat Things
Matt & Kat Things

Two questions. 1- is a hot exhaust pipe a concern with the path of the exhaust pipe and it’s proximity to items such as wooden cabinetry, plastic piping/wiring? 2- with the modification to the exhaust hull penetration now being split - can you operate the bilge pump and engine at the same time. We love your channel!!! Love to hear an update on the containers - been watching since the beginning. All the best - Matt & Kat (Things)

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c jelinger
c jelinger

By the time you receive this message you will have solved the problem, however the easiest solution is to split the exhaust into two 2 !/4" runs from a y-joint near the manifold. As a boat owner (and electrician) my hat is off to the two of you. Less is best when it comes to marine wiring and removing unused cable is essential. More clutter can be removed by re-purposing existing wires if need be. However, todays wire insolation is technologically superior to the wire and connectors originally used. Brothers makes a small inexpensive label maker to tag the ends of the wires that make modifications and repairs much easier. Love this series!

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Pocket Change
Pocket Change

👍👌🇨🇦❤

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

💕

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Der Kong
Der Kong

LOL love your videos... My next boat is going to be NEW!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

☺️💕

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Jeremy Mitchell
Jeremy Mitchell

'Exhausting holes'...I absolutely love you two.

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Tahir Malik- Portugal
Tahir Malik- Portugal

Só tenho uma pergunta para vcs. Onde é que um casal tão novo arranja dinheiro para restaurar um veleiro de mts milhares de Dolares ou Euros , e fica sem trabalhar ( Em emprego ou num negocio para ganhar dinheiro), meses e meses seguidos a reparar e arranjar o barco, com todas as despesas que o restauro leva... Tem famílias ricas, ou qual o segredo ??

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Oi. Nesse vídeo explicamos como pagamos o barco: https://youtu.be/1wp54KNnMEM e neste outro como pagamos a obra e qual nosso trabalho: https://youtu.be/x3f_rIslGis Na verdade temos bastante trabalho gravando os vídeos e postando eles no YouTube semanalmente, até abrimos uma empresa.

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Artamere Enshort
Artamere Enshort

that confirm my point of view... Passing to an electric motor is the best solution when the engine die.

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Jim Palmer
Jim Palmer

Good work, soon you will be done. There is a safety concern mixing the exhaust with the bilge pump outlet. I know you are putting a check valve between the pump and outlet. But the check valve may not be effective for carbon monoxide. It could be possible for CO to pass through the valve and feed through the pump and poison the air in the cabin. Just because the valve is air tight does not mean it is CO tight, Also, over time the valve can leak. Please consider enlarging the exhaust port in the hull to accept the 3 inch diameter outlet. It would be awful to have one of you asleep in the cabin during a long passage when the diesel is running.

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Laurent-22
Laurent-22

Votre échappement me fait peur. Votre ingénieur travaille t'il chez Yammar, a t'il les connaissances suffisantes. Le système sera t'il homologué par le constructeur du moteur? (maison mère)

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Martin and Sharon Wotherspoon
Martin and Sharon Wotherspoon

Why not fabricate a reduction section of exhaust from 3 inches to 2 1/4 inches but like exhaust for a car...

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

We would loose the warranty

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jim6 six
jim6 six

I am an old man Duca and I can’t remember the last time that complicated was ever better than simple...Just take off that bilge pump hose, cap that nipple, and run the bilge pump hose out another through hull. Keep it simple. Eliminate the worry of any gas escaping right into your bedroom. I absolutely love you guys!!

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Scott Smith
Scott Smith

Even with the check valve, there is a chance of carbon monoxide back filling into the bilge

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Scott Smith
Scott Smith

@Odd Life Crafting Awesome! That should take care of the problem... should it occur. Good luck and may the grace, peace, and protection of God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ be with and bless you two always!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

About the exhausting fumes coming back through the bilge pump: we will have a one way valve, but just in case we will add an alarm on the bilge and run some tests, if we have any problem we will take the bilge pump from that through hole and send it to another true hole.

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Vince Aub
Vince Aub

the engine you have chosen is the best brand I know I had one for 20 years a 2 cylinder, it is tireless, bravo for this choice, and 4 cylinders ... it will give .. . !! Yanmar = the best ...!! Joubert and Nivelt are french...!! to me (Bretagne, Belle-Ile en Mer) https://youtu.be/gp9GI1miuxw?t=382 look at the place where the video starts we can see the same engine exhaust outlet system that you are going to do, on an Amel (French boat also built 150 km from my home ... !!) max 60 feet .. .magnificent...!!

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Orlando Monteiro
Orlando Monteiro

Tem quantos extintores de incêndio a bordo. Só uma dica: checa a temperstura a que pode chegar o tubo de exaustão e a temperatura de combustão dos materiais que ele está proximo e as vezes encostado

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

Oi, Orlando. Vamos seguir a norma quanto aos extintores, um no cockpit, um perto da cozinha, um perto da sala de máquinas e temos 2 bolas extintoras pra colocar na sala de máquinas e perto dos eletrônicos. Segundo o engenheiro autorizado da Yanmar na saída do motor o escapamento é refrigerado com água, sendo assim não atingiria temperatura necessária para queimar a madeira, se fosse um motor turbo isso seria diferente. Fora isso, apesar de estar próximo a mobília e não estará em contato direto com a madeira. Onde o metal toca o metal do caso ou da antepara vamos adicionar proteção entre os metais.

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Renegade Show
Renegade Show

Looks like you guys are doing the right things with the wiring, any time you can get wires out of an engine room is a good thing! On the flip side though I don't think your exhaust exit is going to work, and I am saying this as someone who used to be a professional welder and went to college to learn pipe fitting and layout. The reason being is that it appears your other hose there is a 1" or .75" ID, Assuming that it is 1", a 1" hose has a cross section of 0.785 in^2, a 2.25" hose has a cross section of 3.976 in^2, so combined they make up a cross section of 4.761 in^2. A 3" exhaust has a cross section of 7.069 in^2 meaning the 2.25 & 1" together would have 2.308^2 less cross section, meaning it can only move about 67% as much exhaust. So you would be losing 33% of the exhaust in that setup, not to mention that the split is going to cause turbulence in the pipe, which will further lessen the volumetric efficiency. The worst case scenario on this is that water and exhaust that come crashing down the pipe for the exit create a huge amount of back pressure, and then the exhaust back fills with water and floods your brand new engine choking it to a stop. Conversely speaking, if you cut out the old 2 1/4" pipe, weld in a 3" stand pipe, and sand and paint it all up, you will know it will be done right. I know the idea of destroying brand new paint to redo a section of it is gut wrenching, but it would be nowhere near as bad as having to do it after damaging your brand new engine. It is just a bit of welding and paint to get it done right, and you have the facilities there to do a proper job of it right now. On that note I have a Yanmar 4JH3E in my boat, basically the same engine you have now, fantastic motor, she will give you many years of solid service. Mine runs like a sewing machine, solid reliable, smooth!

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Trevor Esschert
Trevor Esschert

Unfortunately Mr. Einstein, I'm certain most people lost interest in this foolish attempt at sounding smart after about the fifth line. I did.

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Astro Northwet
Astro Northwet

I would be worried about the failure of the check valve on the bilge pump line. If it gets stuck even partly open due to corrosion or particles in the bilge water, exhaust gases could back up into the boat causing danger of asphyxiation.

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Astro Northwet
Astro Northwet

@Odd Life Crafting It still leaves you a couple square inches of area short of a 3" diameter hose. 7.068 for 3" hose is what is needed. Your propose area is only 5.19 square inches of area.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

About the exhausting fumes coming back through the bilge pump: we will have a one way valve, but just in case we will add an alarm on the bilge and run some tests, if we have any problem we will take the bilge pump from that through hole and send it to another true hole.

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Michael Brewer
Michael Brewer

Well done with your Yanmar motor selection. I have had one in John Deere tractor for 20 years and it has never failed me. I live in Texas on a farm and this motor performs flawlessly in the hot Texas summers (sometimes 110 degrees) Parts are plentiful worldwide --if you ever need them. The Yanmar engine is, as we would say in Texas, is "bulletproof". Love the music and highspeed segments very entertaining. Everybody is an armchair expert on the internet. Listen to your engineer and the manufacturer's specs and you can't go wrong.

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Mt D
Mt D

👍🙂

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

😊

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MrNoclutch
MrNoclutch

Each step is measured carefully, everything will work. Wiring is never fun and running exhaust through all those angles around obstacles is rewarding in the end. Measuring the Engine mount points between the new engine and the existing ones on the boat and where the transmission output ends up will be a fun process.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

😊

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Cem Tuten
Cem Tuten

The metal exhaust will heat! I suggest you to put some heat protector.....

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Cem Tuten
Cem Tuten

I like you both, and love you like my Son and Daughter, and I am proud of what you are doing. This is the reason of my persistant safety advices! :)

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Cem Tuten
Cem Tuten

@Odd Life Crafting talk with him again, please. I have heard and experienced , to sell the product , they will never tell you the bad, it is like medicines, if you read the documentation, you would not take it. So please take precautions... One more thing, as I can see on your video, this exhaust is passing under a bed.... open a safe valve , for clean air! You should take %100 precautions. Somebody may sleep in that room, while the exhaust is still working.... This is simillar to the actual world pandemic... We cannot prevent what will happen , next second!!

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

About insulating the stainless steel connections we the Yanmar authorized engineer said it is okay as it is cooled down before entering the exhausting hose. If it was a turbo engine it would be different. And also even though it looks like the metal is touching the wood, it is not. And where metal touches metal we will add protection in between. But to make sure about it we will talk to him again.

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latitude
latitude

You can just us a 3.25inch hose split into say two 2inch hoses. That gives you the same/ more exhausting capacity and you can use two small pipes that can join back before going out the boat. I would not mess around with using a 3.25 inch pipeline, too much distraction, cost and effort when you can get the same results with two pipes

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Eric H
Eric H

Duca and Roberta, stop worrying about explaining too much, that is how people learn things. You guys solve problem together , work well as a team, and you EXPLAIN things so that others ( like me who do not own a boat) understand what you are doing. Keep up the Phenomenal work and keep working together. Duca you are a lucky man indeed to have a beautiful woman that is part of your team and is really intelligent, and smart! Keep on keeping on. Your attitudes together are a true inspiration!

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Richard Kohut
Richard Kohut

Perhaps this has been mentioned but you may need another check valve to ensure that if the bilge pump is on that the water doesn’t go back into exhaust.

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Chrisopher Cheshire
Chrisopher Cheshire

So excited for you both, safe journey from here on in.

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

☺️🤗

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Princess Peach
Princess Peach

Whenever I see the intro and that marina all I can think about is the lack of black tanks and all the faeces floating about in the water still...... :-\

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AH mad
AH mad

Saw other videos on catamaran. They used the same engine. Good choice. 👍🏽. Happy Birthday Duca!🎂

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Odd Life Crafting
Odd Life Crafting

😊 thanks

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Tomas Blodgett
Tomas Blodgett

The amount of daylight showing through the blue tape of the larger through-hull at 16:32 looks like it could be a little smaller than 2-1/4 in.. Confirm you are considering the internal diameters of your piping system. Wall thicknesses of the various components may be different.

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