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I repowered with a 3YM two years ago (from a 3GM) and find the $7.5k and $5k (without transmission) numbers about right. It takes about 60 to 70 hours of labor to install. No matter what anyone says, nothing ever "drops right in".
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I'm not sure if one could find a new diesel for less than 4-5G's no matter what it went into, except for some of the smaller .5L single cylinders for lawnmowers. But even then. I had to buy a 16HP twin cyl for one of my mowers, and it was $2200 installed! A boat motor is way more complex that that setup!

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Peanuts, I tell you, Peanuts!!

As bad as 7 to 8 thousand sounds, I'm looking at $25,000.00+ for an overhaul (not new) on my Lycoming and it is ANCIENT technology.

Add another 10 to 15 thousand for new
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I know that 13 years ago PO paid $15K for repower with 4 cylinder yanmar (4JH2E). I had the receipt somewhere. Probably almost double that by now.
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As bad as 7 to 8 thousand sounds, I'm looking at $25,000.00+ for an overhaul (not new) on my Lycoming and it is ANCIENT technology.

Add another 10 to 15 thousand for new
It may be ancient technology, but high-strength, high-quality parts never go out of vogue, an never come cheaply. The aircraft engines are made to standards more akin to something on the NASCAR circuit.
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A recon Bukh DV20 from Bukh Australia is $6,950 + GST. A new DV24 is $10,950 + GST!
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