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Old 24-02-2008, 11:55   #1
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deutz 22hp

Has anybody had any experience with the deutz engines?

I just bought a hartley rorc 32 to fitout, and it has a 22hp deutz in it to fit

On looking up info on the engine, it looks like it is an aircooled setup with some modification on the heads.

I will get some photos on shortly for you to be able to see what I mean

If researching, the engine looks alot like the current D2 - 910 - L

Cheers all, also looking for guages for the engine.
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Old 24-02-2008, 12:11   #2
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Wish I had more to add, other than, "what an incredible history." Neat engines:

Deutz AG - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Here are a couple of links that might get you started in your search for parts and gauges:

DEUTZ : Home
DIESEL POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY - DEUTZ PARTS ENGINE DISTRIBUTOR
Deutz Engines and Deutz Parts on DieselEngineTrader

Unfortunately, I don't know where you are geographically to have more precise links.

I don't think I've ever seen a Deutz in a small boat before. Cool!
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Old 24-02-2008, 12:22   #3
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Wonderfully designed and built engine. Very reliable.
How do you find it runs??
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Old 24-02-2008, 12:33   #4
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Have not even started it yet, as just bought the boat
went up on the weekend to check out fine detail and get a bit more info on the engine. The boat will be delivered to me in a few weeks ready to start work on it.

I will keep you posted. If it is air cooled, I will have to fit an air duct for it to feed fresh air from I suppose

Fun with boats

Thanks guys

I am in Tassie Australia by the way wheels
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Yes the disadvantage of air cooled is you have to have a great deal of air coming in and going out of the engine compartment. Do not allow that air to circulate. It must come in cold, flow through and exhuast out.
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Old 25-02-2008, 03:56   #6
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Cooling air out through cockpit side?

It may not be that difficult to have the cooling air exit through the side of the cockpit.
Made of ply, right?

The inlet may have to be in the cabin side, with suitable water removal.

Memory suggests that the RORC 32' does not get a lot of water along the cabin side.
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The approximate cooling ventilation (this is in addition to combustion air requirements) rate may be determined by the following formula:
CFM = (1000 x H.P.) T
where:
HP = maximum engine horsepower
T = allowable temperature rise, ‘F. (often specified at 15 degrees)
Hence, for a 22 H.P. engine:
CFM = (1,000 x 22) 15 = about 1,500 CFM Cooling Air(1,466.66),

which (@ 1,000 FPM velocity) would utilize 224 square inch ducts - both make-up air & exhaust (16" x 14", etc)
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Old 25-02-2008, 13:36   #8
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Thanks guys
Going to have to figure this one, as the engine is in the middle of the cabin given the lovely design of the rorc32
I will think this one through.
I appreciate the calculations Gord, they help alot
If not one change in plans, another is always around the corner
I might have to run the duct through the settee and out I think
will see and let you know

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HoW,
Get me a model number for your engine. I have a connection at Deutz Americas and should be able to get the correct technical data you will need.
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Good engine, but definately on the noisy side. Ear protection for anyone inside while it is running wouldn't hurt their feelings at all. Jesse
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Old 09-04-2008, 19:55   #11
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Thanks everyone
the air cooling issue to duct from where the motor is designed to go, and the noise suggested, has made me decide to sell this motor, and am now putting in a yanmar 3qm30h in lieu

just too hard to get a duct of this size through the boat without affecting the design to any real degree

a nice motor all the same

Thanks again to all
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