DeepFrz ... you know you could sail south to warmer waters, say, the South Pacific
. You'd have to change your name, of course.
You mentioned checking the water injection elbow. I've read a lot of your posts. You have a lot of diesel
knowledge. I have a quesiton for you. As you know I rebuilt my 4-107. This does not, however, make me a diesel mechanic
or installer. The engine
I bought for some accessory parts that I didn't have came with a Westerbeke exhaust
riser. Which do you prefer and why? injection elbow and water box or exhaust
riser and would use a water box with the riser?
I was planning to using 2-45degree elbows to lower the exhaust riser about 4 inches below the manifold before going to the overboard
exhaust, which is pointed down just above the waterline. Would it be good to put a high loop with a vent between the riser and the overboard
I can post a picture of where the engine is in the boat if you need me to.