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Old 13-06-2018, 10:46   #16
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Re: Rebuildiing MD 21/Indenor-Peugeot motor

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Indenor Retro and Drinkward Marine, both in Denmark
Well, Germany and the Netherlands but I guess viewed from over the pond that's close enough :-)
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Old 13-06-2018, 20:20   #17
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I have now received quotes from several companies offering parts for this motor. Unfortunately most internet sites who advertise parts either do not respond at all or reply saying they don't have the parts.

Out of 20+ sites I looked at out of over 100 that claim to have parts, most were eliminated just by looking at what they actually did carry, and of the others who I requested quotes from only three responded and only two had all the parts.

Indenor Retro and Drinkward Marine, both in Denmark were the only ones who replied with a quote on all I asked for. Precision in Australia offered most but can't provide any gaskets.

Just because people advertise does not mean they can provide.
Just a tip for you. The only gaskets I buy are head gaskets, you can make them or substitute silicone and or Loctite master gasket or similar. Only have to watch where the thickness is critical in which case I use the remains of the old gasket + silicone or other gasket sealer. With silicone I just hand tighten the joints & let it go off overnite & then do the final tighten. Have had no issues doing this for years. Only thing it wont work on is exhaust manifolds, for those I use ceramic rope/ kaowool.
By all means use bought ones if you prefer but just a suggestion if you cant get them.
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Old 14-06-2018, 09:21   #18
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Re: Rebuildiing MD 21/Indenor-Peugeot motor

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Just a tip for you. The only gaskets I buy are head gaskets, you can make them or substitute silicone and or Loctite master gasket or similar. Only have to watch where the thickness is critical in which case I use the remains of the old gasket + silicone or other gasket sealer. With silicone I just hand tighten the joints & let it go off overnite & then do the final tighten. Have had no issues doing this for years. Only thing it wont work on is exhaust manifolds, for those I use ceramic rope/ kaowool.
By all means use bought ones if you prefer but just a suggestion if you cant get them.
That and other than the head gasket most can be peened out with a small ballpeen hammer from a sheet of gasket stock.
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Re: Rebuildiing MD 21/Indenor-Peugeot motor

Thank you for the gasket tips. I am a competent mechanic and pretty good at making gaskets of all kinds I carry as normal repair parts a wide range of gasket material. If a gasket kit saves time for low enough price to justify the expense I will buy, otherwise make as you guys suggest.

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Greetings,

Does anyone know where I can get a complete rebuild kit for a Peugeot Indenor XPD 4-90 diesel engine. If not can you recommend a reasonable engine to replace it that will hook up to a Borg-Warner Velvet Drive with similar motor mounts and HP?
NOT looking for a $10,000 dollar solution.

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Those engines were very common in Argentina. Imported first and then made locally. Check out www.mercadolibre.com.ar Look for Conjunto Power Engine Indenor XD 4.90. For a couple of hundred bucks you can get pistons, rings,etc..

I can help you get stuff if you have not solved your problem yet.
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Re: Rebuildiing MD 21/Indenor-Peugeot motor

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I am very interested in looking at the motors from Argentina as well as any help you may be able to offer in getting parts here to Mexico.

I have so far only found three sources that can supply parts but they are expensive and difficult to get into Mexico. Shipping directly to Mexico often results in your parts landing in some warehouse where they sit for years incurring daily costs that exceed the cost of the parts. Shipping to the US then forwarding to Mexico usually ends up doubling the shipping costs and incurring duties from both the US and Mexico, so $1,500 worth of parts ends up costing up to $3000-$4,000 if you even see the parts at all.

Any help I can get will be greatly appreciated.
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I found the site and the parts I want are listed on it.

Me Espanol es muy limitado, despues tengo problemas con preguntas con ellos. No entiendes el sistema de ellos. Quiero informacion con shipping y confirmaciaon estas compononentes son egual me motor fabrica en Fracia.

If you can help with communication with them I would be most grateful.

My plan is to eventually sail south through the Straights of Magellan to Argentina and Uruguay.
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svlamorocha

I am very interested in looking at the motors from Argentina as well as any help you may be able to offer in getting parts here to Mexico.

I have so far only found three sources that can supply parts but they are expensive and difficult to get into Mexico. Shipping directly to Mexico often results in your parts landing in some warehouse where they sit for years incurring daily costs that exceed the cost of the parts. Shipping to the US then forwarding to Mexico usually ends up doubling the shipping costs and incurring duties from both the US and Mexico, so $1,500 worth of parts ends up costing up to $3000-$4,000 if you even see the parts at all.

Any help I can get will be greatly appreciated.
Vino the Dog

Please send me a pm (or email to svlamorocha at gmail dot com) with a phone number or Skype address and a few time slots to call you.

As it happens, we have a Mexican consultant working on rotation in Argentina who could take some stuff back to Mexico.

Pkease also get me a photo of the ID plate of the engine. I can use that to check we are looking for the right parts.

Will you rebuild the bottom too?

I look forward to hearing from you.
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I sent you a message to your personal address. Thanks
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Are there any mechanics here that can tell me the differences between the Indenor XDP 4-88 and 4-90- other than the cylinder bore?
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