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Westerbeke 33hp 4 cyl (1999) is made by who?

That's it in a nutshell, I'm trying to find out who the real manufacturer of the engine block is, for the 4 cylinder Westerbeke "33 hp" engine, not the earlier 3 cylinder model. Circa 1999.

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If memory serves me correctly..

I believe it's a Mitsubishi K4D block. I know my 44B Four is a SL42 Mitsu block..

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Re: If memory serves me correctly..

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I believe it's a Mitsubishi K4D block. I know my 44B Four is a SL42 Mitsu block..
Hello, can anyone verify that my 1983 Westerbeke 33 is a Mitsubishi K4D?
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Re: Westerbeke 33hp 4 cyl (1999) is made by who?

Anyone? I know these are my first posts but I have been a member for a longtime. Surely some one knows. Please!
PS Main Sail, no offense but you didn't seem certain and I had seen on another forum that the K4D was the 27 hp, but they were not sure either.

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