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Old 11-16-2012
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Re: engine change out

The OP has a C&C very similar to ours. Since the exhaust is basically centerline and in the back of the enginethe difference of the hose from the manifold to the water muffler is minimal that it would require no modification in our boat and propably not for his. We have plenty of room behind the engine on the C&Cs. Its the width where they have shoehorned the engine in.

I just checked the dealers spec which the engine installer at Haven Harbor supplied me when he worked up a proposal, with the website for accuracy

Beta 30 Hp-747mm X 451mm X 551mm (L X W X H)
Yanmar 29Hp- 714mm X 462mm X 545mm (L X W X H)


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Beta Marine | Marine Diesel Propulsion Engines and Generating Sets | Beta 30 Engine
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