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Re: Cummins 4B 3.3

Fast- I thought about that after posting. I might be able to fab up a riser between the mount and the ear on the engine. I would want to talk to someone (more knowledgeable than me) about it but it seems like a good possibility.

Klem- I'll call Cummins NW here in Seattle, I'm not sure why they wouldn't sell you one. I would love it if Cummins did the conversion, but it sounds like Trans A has been doing these for many years with essentially no problems (the lady I've talked to is pretty sharp and been there for a long time). It looks like the Beta is an electronic engine too (not confirmed yet) so that levels the playing field for now.
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Re: Cummins 4B 3.3

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....but it sounds like Trans A has been doing these for many years with essentially no problems (the lady I've talked to is pretty sharp and been there for a long time)...
I know the thread is ancient..

I spoke to the TA lady also. She knew her diesels.

Somewhere in the thread I saw BT4 comments. Yes, Cummins will sell new to replace existing install. mckaymarinediesel.com had one. They will ask for your serial number of your existing BT4.

My bt4 had only empty rivets where the data plate should be.

BTW.. if you know any good diesel installers (any brand) in the Baltimore-Annapolis corridor please reply or PM. There are many, but it's hard to tell who is good, and who isn't.
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Re: Cummins 4B 3.3

Hello JRD22,
The Beta 60 is not an electronically governed engine. The only electronic part of this engine is the stop solenoid.
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Re: Cummins 4B 3.3

I recently, 170 hours ago, installed a Cummins 4B 3.3M in my sailboat. I was on a trip recently, at a fuel dock and the engine would not restart. After several conversation with both TAD and my mechanic, it was determined the wires going to the starter and the solenoid were too short and under tension and the connector broke off. The wire crimp was still in place and the circular ring lug was under the nut on the connection. Both my home mechanic and the one who worked on it said it was poor workmanship. I called TAD and they helped me diagnosis the problem, but they have no way, no network or mechanics they work with in different area who can perform warranty work. I paid for this myself and was underway, but I will not recommend TAD or this engine again.
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Re: Cummins 4B 3.3

so cause wires were too short for the starter you are writing off an engine?

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