Tesla Powering my 30yr Old Italian Yacht? And Broken Diesel Engine Diagnostics

23.09.2020
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  • Speed man !✔️

    sol starsol star5 päivää sitten
  • The concept of weight over power package stay with diesel

    bienvenido jose Jorajuriabienvenido jose Jorajuria7 päivää sitten
  • Did you seal off the crankcase vents? Didn’t see any return line from your catchcan.

    G AnderssonG Andersson12 päivää sitten
  • The problem when converting to a totally different power system is you would have to replace the transmissions also, that diesel is designed to run about 2100 to maybe 2300 rpm max. Gas is totally different. Fuel economy is vastly better with diesel, plus safety issues are critical, ie. gas vapor explosion is not uncommon in boats. Stick with the diesels

    Tshasta4449Tshasta444916 päivää sitten
  • Ev conversion sounds best, but you need a kick ass generator and double or triple the battery storage.

    Caroline DouthwaiteCaroline Douthwaite17 päivää sitten
  • Diesel/electric motors with the option to run either independantly or both together

    Ricardo SmytheRicardo Smythe19 päivää sitten
  • And displacements along time if you really look at gasoline got a look at the annual maintenance about every 3 to 4 years ago to replace exhaust manifolds risers all of that into the least 1500 to $2000 per engine each time he exchangers they go bad about every 10 years there anywhere from 1215 $100 appease a diesel has a whole lot less maintenance you clean everything you change the oil the exhaust riser you take in your boiled out you may have to reach a change it periodically every 5 to 10 years and there a lot less money Ono a diesel is less expensive to maintain and Yuri seo value is exponentially more

    Jim WilsonJim Wilson20 päivää sitten
  • electric boat fistream.info/work/videot/g82XjsLZaX2vyJc

    EV power Сергей ГоликовEV power Сергей Голиков22 päivää sitten
  • Tesla make the future today ..so .....GO Electric !!!!

    Bela SzaboBela Szabo25 päivää sitten
  • What about electric motor and solar panels on the deck

    Carl ahrensCarl ahrensUukausi sitten
  • Throw on a big ass gasoline generator for the battery pack! Maybe couple that with a solar roof and you will achieve some decent range -and all the other advantages...

    Jacob Reuss ChristensenJacob Reuss ChristensenUukausi sitten
  • pretty sure Diesel has badass stand-alone ECU's?

    Stephen WatermanStephen WatermanUukausi sitten
  • Depending on fuel efficiency and fuel prices you may be better off staying with the diesel engines repair of rebuild they are at least reliable when in good running order and the boat was designed for them in the first place and safer as far as fire safety is concerned since diesel has a higher flash point than gasoline and the change over to gas entails more modifications than you may think.not just the tank and fuel lines but other electrical additions as well as fire suppression system you may want to include .for safety you know ..just in case because a fire on a boat in the water and/or in the middle of nowhere is no joke..the other equipement that needs replacement or upgrading are just as important. I live in Fl. and boating is one of the number one things here and boating safety is a legal thing all over the world. navagation lights are juust the tip of the proverbial Ice Berg. thyat boet is "{a big hole in the water that you throw money into never to get it back,,,,GOOD LUCK!!

    Kenneth CrickmoreKenneth CrickmoreUukausi sitten
  • Why not build a HYBRID...

    Ari JordanAri JordanUukausi sitten
  • 2006 dodge Cummings basically bullet proof and lots of Power

    Strong ParkStrong ParkUukausi sitten
  • Ok so why replace 2 diesel "truck" engines with 2 electric/petrol "car" motors? 2 Electric bus motors and and 400kwh storage would be ideal. The Tesla semi truck would be an ideal donor for range and speed.

    Archaic_BurritoArchaic_BurritoUukausi sitten
  • Diesel, but a pair of Detroit 12V71’s

    Evan MarrsEvan MarrsUukausi sitten
  • What would be possible in the hybrid world, i'm thinking like electric for slow cruising with the possibility to use gas or diesel for higher speeds or range... just a thaught ..

    Dennis JeppssonDennis JeppssonUukausi sitten
  • B is for boat is back baby

    Dm DetailsDm DetailsUukausi sitten
  • The new drive motors on a model S put out over 1100 FTlbs of torque measured on a dyno.

    Gregg F000000Gregg F000000Uukausi sitten
  • Twin JZ's would have been wild

    The Skid ShowThe Skid ShowUukausi sitten
  • Diesel for sure

    Robert LairdRobert LairdUukausi sitten
  • Make a hybrid disel

    Cristoffer NorBmwCristoffer NorBmw2 kuukautta sitten
  • For electirc: Can you solar charge? For rebuilding current engines: can you go bigger and badder power levels? Turbo Upgrade it!

    dchase20dchase202 kuukautta sitten
  • Please God use Texas Speed! (They are like 40 minutes from me lol and they are bad ass as you well know)

    dchase20dchase202 kuukautta sitten
  • Sounds like a nice blue sky idea

    J MorganJ Morgan2 kuukautta sitten
  • Cummins engines are the dogs danglies. I think you've been a bit unlucky if you've popped the head gasket. Just have it rebuilt, get it back in the water and thrash it! If you wanna tinker, get rid of that horrible red hull!!

    Jason DaviesJason Davies2 kuukautta sitten
  • Hauling that much gasoline on you boat turns that tank storage into a bomb if there was a leak. Stay Diesel. You have the Diesel motors already, and that keeps your classic boat a “classic.”. They are essentially maintenance free. I had a 453 Naturally aspirated Detroit Diesel in a 69 Ford truck. We carried 170 gallons of Diesel fuel. I inherited it when my Dad died. What a beast! if you have “off-road” Diesel powered equipment in your shop, you can get Diesel without road tax, it would be pretty cheap. I used to get 55 gallon drums filled, and fueled my “equipment” from the Drums. I also used Chevron 30Wt Delo oil for my oil changes, which I bought in five gallon cans. You must do your oil changes regularly, as well as a fuel filter and a water fuel filter as well as an oil filter for those frequent oil changes. Again, I vote and recommend keeping it Diesel.

    Bill MBill M2 kuukautta sitten
  • Gas 4 turbos on a boat would be roudy

    mz daily fan pagemz daily fan page2 kuukautta sitten
  • Engine rebuild...

    Scott PietteScott Piette2 kuukautta sitten
  • I know this late but putting gas engines in that boat will reduce the resale value to almost nothing. I suggest you call Seaboard Marine in Oxnard, CA. They are experts on marine repowering and they can answer any questions you have, especially performance issues and prop sizing. Cummins has a number of reman enigines you might consider.

    Joel BowieJoel Bowie2 kuukautta sitten
  • Pratt & Whitney PT6A ....Low maintenance, fuel efficient, High PowertoWeight ratio...need I go on?

    Tim MurphyTim Murphy2 kuukautta sitten
  • Nothing was wrong with the Cummins you had , Just remember to check your oil every time you put Diesel in the boat !

    kevyn terrykevyn terry2 kuukautta sitten
  • Replace with smaller newer diesels.

    Raymond BiggerRaymond Bigger2 kuukautta sitten
  • Put in electric engines along with the batteries. Then on top of that, put in Generators that can run on diesel that can run the engines at 80% load when you need to go fast. Best of both worlds. Cheap range when you want to go slow, Not so cheap range when you want to go fast. Also, with diesel this setup, your range should be about the same as with nothing but diesel engines.

    mack manmack man2 kuukautta sitten
  • Best solution is to rebuild starboard engine and test the port engine.

    Charles SeymourCharles Seymour2 kuukautta sitten
  • I'm gonna vote for Deboss Garage collaboration before I get to next episode and find out what happened

    Ed CardenEd Carden2 kuukautta sitten
  • Stopped watching once you spoke about 454s

    Anthony SilversteinAnthony Silverstein2 kuukautta sitten
  • You need diesel auxiliary power plant as a backup for your batteries. Insurance. Never stranded.

    Justin FrodshamJustin Frodsham2 kuukautta sitten
  • Stay with diesel it is actually more efficient for boats, it has more power, you have longer range, and those engines will go forever as long as you have fuel. Seen a Riva with das engines and yeah it had speed but it went through 300 gals in less than 15 hours, the vessel I was on we had 200 gals and went from long Beach ca, down Ensenada and back to san deigo the gas engines are also more flammable than the diesel, you would need to put blowers in the engine compartment to clear the fumes out.

    Mystic WolfMystic Wolf2 kuukautta sitten
  • Yanmars hands down , you’ll never regret

    Lynn BaumLynn Baum2 kuukautta sitten
  • The ICE age is over. It’s been way over for diesel and way way over for gas, for awhile now. Many folks are converting worn out cabin cruisers to electric, but I have not heard of anyone crazy enough to try it on a planing hull. Good luck.

    Tom SummersTom Summers2 kuukautta sitten
  • sorry bud,,, you need to watch your first video on your boat venture..... you said we buy projects and make them worth more,,,,, basically. watch your first vid and see what you said. dont bastardize that nice vessel and put gas junk ls power,,, get a couple 6bta cummins mills and raise the value on that boat

    jay sonjay son2 kuukautta sitten
  • FYI there is no Z in dieSel

    David OppermanDavid Opperman2 kuukautta sitten
  • Been boating a long time including at one time owning a propeller shop. My take on your situation would be to buy either new Cummins motors or Mann motors, lighter, more torque. Advantage much less maintenance than gas, and much more dependable.

    Al LevyAl Levy2 kuukautta sitten
  • that " backfire" you mentioned was probably a crankcase explosion caused by oil mist ignited by bearings runing red hot, The excess crankcase pressure created was relieved by blowing the rocker cover gasket and the oil fill cap

    stewart crowestewart crowe2 kuukautta sitten
  • What would be the cost to go Deere?

    J GriffJ Griff2 kuukautta sitten
  • B is for build, more like D is for dumbass, because only a dumbass would put a gas in a 30ft yacht

    Tyrel GrangerTyrel Granger2 kuukautta sitten
  • you're crazy if you go gas

    ldimillo19ldimillo192 kuukautta sitten
  • I once or twice went on a (sailing) yacht on auto-steer out of Nice, France, eastwards. The trip had all the excitement and interest of being on one of those kids rides at the fair with old style cars on a track. Way to make your life boring (a truly cruel fate for a Riva), which is "Born to Run". And I get you are not doing that. Your boat - your game. Should be fun. If they were designed to be diesel stick with it (I would - you wouldn't), then by all means upgrade the electrics and controls. Automate the hell out of it, but remain in control. Recondition your engines now and you have fun for a lifetime, and if Riva isn't Italian for fun, I don't know what is. Have fun, I'll be enjoying it too.

    Chazzy BChazzy B2 kuukautta sitten
  • Stick with Cummins... overhaul both, new pumps, belts, bearings, injectors, turbos.... fit modern monitoring including CCTV in the engine space.... get the props refurbished/polished.... go chew some water 🙂🇬🇧

    Ian CharltonIan Charlton2 kuukautta sitten
  • My vote is the Tesla engines. How much space would the electric system take to install VS. the gas engine setup? Could you add a solar panel charging system? Also check out the new battery packs that Tesla is making

    Steve HSteve H2 kuukautta sitten
  • Just fix the engine !

    trekOCLVonetrekOCLVone3 kuukautta sitten
  • Gas on a boat not to safe ! 🇺🇸

    MICHAEL W SUDZIARSKIMICHAEL W SUDZIARSKI3 kuukautta sitten
  • Do one electric and one fuel ?

    Alex JeffsAlex Jeffs3 kuukautta sitten
  • Diesel is cool and good and superior for marine use.

    Liveaboards of the Poor and ObscureLiveaboards of the Poor and Obscure3 kuukautta sitten
  • If the rebuild will cost more than switching too gas then just go gas. Unless you plan on taking long mile trips then just rebuild the diesels

    Theis124Theis1243 kuukautta sitten
  • Look into Diesel brothers, diesel tuners. Guys drag race diesels, there are tons of mods and software options. They are the original fuel injection engines.

    Eshootzi ScrsEshootzi Scrs3 kuukautta sitten
  • Petrol (gas to you blokes) has a nasty habit of exploding and burning boats to the waterline. Unless you're moored or close to land this can be a problem.

    David STOKESDavid STOKES3 kuukautta sitten
  • Rebuild not a question.

    redlineredline3 kuukautta sitten
  • Here you go. You need four 600hp electric crate motors and pickup a large battery pack. www.carscoops.com/2020/10/electrify-your-muscle-car-with-this-600-hp-tesla-electric-crate-motor/

    Derick SmithDerick Smith3 kuukautta sitten
  • Diesel, rebuild both of them.

    Michael PerryMichael Perry3 kuukautta sitten
  • Why not keep the good Diesel and add a Tesla for the second motor and hook a huge alternator to the Diesel? Could you keep the Tesla battery charged and keep the motor output roughly equal to the diesel?

    Bt FarrellBt Farrell3 kuukautta sitten
  • The Tesla electric power system would be better for a smaller boat that was for fun and weighed less, as far as that goes the Texas speed engine or rebuilding the diesels better and badder I think is the best bet, more reliable and stronger! Plus you already own them just build them bullet proof and badass

    Casey WestCasey West3 kuukautta sitten
  • rebuild the diesels, you have a solid foundation, stick with it

    golfnutgolfnut3 kuukautta sitten
  • diesel-diesel-diesel.......thats a heavy-performance boat.If you want performance reliability and economy.....its DIESEL..all the best

    Don SmileyDon Smiley3 kuukautta sitten
  • 1000hp 2jz

    Mike Rivera JRMike Rivera JR3 kuukautta sitten
  • No question rebuild the diesel engines . Better technical and economical . Furthermore the petrol engines will be a lot lighter you change the balance of this boat his behind will be high in the water !

    zasde35zasde353 kuukautta sitten
  • Speed with horsepower with a boat is a tricky game it has alot to do with haul design.

    Ryan SchaperRyan Schaper3 kuukautta sitten
  • interesting tidbit. they also put cummins 903s in the Bradley fighting vehicle. (which is a tank if you didnt know)

    globenstine 1globenstine 13 kuukautta sitten
  • We run a D4 in our boat. Single engine boat. Gota go deisel man. 39knotts 55 ltrs per hour at our comfortable cruising speed around 23-25 knots 35-40 ltrs per hour. If you can get hold of a pair of KAD44 be great or a pair of AD40’s. Reconditioned be the way forward. The AD models are basically tractor engines. No complicated engine diagnostics. Love the videos.

    mark perrinsmark perrins3 kuukautta sitten
  • The two best days in a boat owners life are: 1). The day you buy the boat and, 2). The day you sell it. It’s an old boat, take it out and sink it and swim away!

    NevertrustalawyerNevertrustalawyer3 kuukautta sitten
  • Instead of a Tesla, save your money and just buy an anchor. There is only two good days in a boat owners life. The day he buys it and the day he sells it. Hope you have a fat wallet.

    Robert BanksRobert Banks3 kuukautta sitten
  • your best way and all the way round and what i would do is remove both Engines and have them both rebuilt then put then back in your boat diesel is way better then a gas Engines for that size of boat you have. diesel Engines will last a lot longer then gas and diesel is cheaper to run . so what ever you do say with a diesel Engines .

    Robert BRobert B3 kuukautta sitten
  • Tesla has amazing torque, and affords regenerative power, though not much regen, Its the best motor so far. But I would repair the diesels.

    c Dc D3 kuukautta sitten
  • Batteries + salt water sounds like an exciting experiment.

    Tx240Tx2403 kuukautta sitten
  • Gas on a boat is really dangerous. explosively. fumes drop to the sealed bilge, not to open air under a car.

    Nayo TawkenNayo Tawken3 kuukautta sitten
  • Apparently they can break

    George GriffithGeorge Griffith3 kuukautta sitten
  • 12:40 other options... 18:30 battery would be a range problem. 20:40 you got the math quicker than I did. You'd need hydrofoils You'd need a powerful dc genset too. 100kw maybe?

    Ted KiddTed Kidd3 kuukautta sitten
  • What abt weight issues, in terms of how the boat sits in the water and how in moves, if u swap engines? That boat was designed w the weight of those heavy Cummings engines.

    johnnypk1963johnnypk19633 kuukautta sitten
  • DO NOT put a car engine in it. It will get FRIED FAST. Those engines run full power for a long time. Try driving your LS for 2 hours down the highway near redline. It will blow fast. Second, the car engines don't make enough torque to get that boat out of the hole, because the cam needs to be changed and a whole ton of other things. Leaving the car engine core plugs and steel head gaskets in salt water will kill them pretty fast, also the cam needs to be an anti reversion cam, regular car cams will pull water from the exhaust and hydrolock the engine in a blink of an eye. Also aluminum car engines don't last very long in a corrosive marine environment. Would also need a swap of all ignition parts, need a different fuel and timing map. that cummins may not make a lot of hp, but the torque is huge, which is what you need to get that boat out of the hole. In my opinion the best would be switching to the newer QSB series engines.

    Vroom ZOOMVroom ZOOM3 kuukautta sitten
  • Stick to diesel - Rebuild BOTH engines - Tune your engine management and turbo setup - Refit the hull with a fresh paintjob, topcoat and antifouling - Update electronics - Launch and enjoy!

    belledetectorbelledetector3 kuukautta sitten
  • 2 Banks powered compound diesels. 1200 to 1400 hp each. Tons and tons of torque.

    Michael MorellMichael Morell3 kuukautta sitten
  • LS SWAP 🗣🗣🗣🗣🗣

    matt datesmatt dates3 kuukautta sitten
  • You run a higher RPM you start running into cavitation, its why you dont do high RPM marine engines

    HenryHenry3 kuukautta sitten
  • If you go with the batteries treat as a diesel submarine which uses a eng or a generator to charge the batteries while driving your boat, I'm prior Sonar Technician in the navy and I tracked a lot of them.

    CountryboyCountryboy3 kuukautta sitten
  • Don't out spend your interest it is not an investment!

    duffyreefduffyreef3 kuukautta sitten
  • Hy man, I love your vids! I like your idea! What about changing your drives to, for surface drives. That would be awesome combo with LS.

    Matic SnojMatic Snoj3 kuukautta sitten
  • to hear someone talk so much when they don't have any clue about the subject, it is too bad that people might be thinking y'all know your stuff...The most dangerous thing out there is people pretending they know what they are talking about , I prefer when people just admit they don't know anything that way we can get better information on what is really going on. I have a relative who thinks he knows it all and he does believe he knows it all so sad because he will hurt himself and others who trust his knowledge . You all need to get help from an experienced dependable marine engineer who can steer you in the right direction...When you mentioned 4000 rpm on that cummins engine it made me think, those large displacement engines will most likely not run over 2600 rpms max. ..the cummins c series in line 6cyl rated at 430 hp runs at 2600 rpms max weighs 2300# without the twindisc 507 reduction....If I am not mistaken those vt903 cummins engines are not very efficient but they are rugged and were utilzed by the coastguard in their 41ft aluminum patrol boats that were decommissioned not too long ago .

    dennis muschdennis musch3 kuukautta sitten
  • The Tesla swap would be bad ass with a smaller marine diesel powered generator and solar panel combo to charge the batteries. Probably should add a few battery packs to the mix as well.

    Joshua RosaaenJoshua Rosaaen3 kuukautta sitten
  • The best way in my opinion is the Volvo engines they have good software an engine controls so no need for a way over engine controller like the holly

    Chris KueChris Kue3 kuukautta sitten
    • At least stay diesel

      Chris KueChris Kue3 kuukautta sitten
  • If you want electric power for your boat, probably look at OceanVolt.

    Nick RooseveltNick Roosevelt3 kuukautta sitten
  • The 8.1 Vortec is commonly used in marine apps, and as an irrigation pump (runs flat out all day). Might look into that?

    Tom LentzTom Lentz3 kuukautta sitten
  • Put two electric motors just powered by generator

    Gage BangeGage Bange3 kuukautta sitten
    • LS powered generator?

      Gage BangeGage Bange3 kuukautta sitten
  • for god's sake dude please just rebuild the diesel. you explained all other options in detail and the only one that doesn't have a downside is just rebuilding the motor.

    Lxwlif3Lxwlif33 kuukautta sitten
  • Stay with the diesel!!!!!!!!!

    Jeff EckertJeff Eckert3 kuukautta sitten
  • Diesel, diesel, and more diesel please. Only way to go if they are already there. Good luck.

    sean dsean d3 kuukautta sitten
  • Rebuild the diesel engines

    Greg VanderveldenGreg Vandervelden3 kuukautta sitten
  • hybrid? diesel electric

    pyrosrockthisworldpyrosrockthisworld3 kuukautta sitten
  • If it flies fucks floats rent it

    Cameron JuzdaCameron Juzda3 kuukautta sitten
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