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Need info about our Nanni 4.110HE Diesel

After a long search we finally got a motor for our sailing yacht, it is a used Nanni 4.110HE with a Hurth Gerabox.

But, I can not find out any info on this engine and I have googled & googled. Perhaps it was only of limited production before they changed models. I know it is a 30HP, 4 cylinder, but I do not know the max speed or gearbox details, like ratio. We need to get a propeller and it is hard sithout this info. Also the engine needs servicing and I believe that it is a Kubota based motor. I live in a rural area a long way from the water and procuring the non marinised parts from a agricultural machinery supplier would be better I think. Anyone know what Kubota engine this is based on ?

If anyone can enlighten me about this engine or has some copies of parts lists / user manuals / specifications / service manuals, etc, it would be much appreciated.
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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
Nanni is very used in Europe and I have at least 3 friends with Nanni engines on theyr boats.

Here is the website CLICK

They are moderately reliable, but getting spares takes a while.

Your engine was replaced by the N4.40 check it out HERE

Most are sold thru Spain here.

Try contacting them

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