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D I Y , steel outrigger KC7CC

65 YO , Tom Scott , retired 20 years now .

Scientist/engineer ,

i will be scouting a place to weld up a 65ft by 12 ft

steel motor sailer . Maybe Mexico ..


Any "peers" here ? PLS No commerce , bored stiff
with plans to make money . I have lots of money , dont
want to talk about money nor commerce ...

Any peers will do , if they are curious about electronics,
mech' , chem , boat building , Astrology


Im not based anywhere . Only have an email , and a

packed bag with my electronic welder / plasma cutter .
im at g m a i l ... mark . pine86 at .....

Hurry , life is short !!
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Outrigger allows boat to roll for maintaince in seconds . Its a myth ,
Diesels are mo econo than gas . I have many Honda DOHC engines ready
to push the boat . Vary the intake CAM timing to control the TURBO .
no waste gate needed . Retard CAM to hand start ! There is about
2:1 Comp Ratio ! Credit to Mr Atkinson and Mr Miller ( Wiki it )
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