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6 Days Ago 02:44 AM
PaulinVictoria
Re: I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?

Hopefully after 4 years they either got an engine, or didn't.
6 Days Ago 12:58 AM
overbored
Re: I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?

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Originally Posted by Wewe View Post
Me again. 1966
Alberg 30.
I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?
It comes with eXaust ,wiring panel , marinized 200 hrs.
What about this setup? Any help will be nice. I know nothing about all this.
2000 yanmar with km2p trans. Ratio 2.62/3.06
18 hp at 3400 rpm
20 hp at 3600
the 30GM30F is 20KW at 3600 about 27 HP
might be a bit big for 30' would require a bigger prop than the 30' could fit. smaller prop might cause engine to overspeed. boat won't go any faster
6 Days Ago 09:44 PM
roverhi
Re: I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?

The 3GM30f was not a straight swap for the Atomic 4 OEM engine in my Pearson 35. Aft engine mounts were way wider than the A4. Had to fabricate a bracket for the port side and use preexisting tapped mounting points on the side of the block instead of mounting point on the Kanzaki transmission. Took the port mounting bracket and used it backwards, facing forward, on the stbd side. Used much smaller after market engine mounts. Even with those mod's the engine ended up mounted 8" further forward to fit on the A4's engine beds.

The 2GM may fit easier because of it's shorter length.
6 Days Ago 09:17 PM
Pendragon35
Re: I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?

Not sure about the fit; it's a bigger than usual engine for that boat I believe. I have an Alberg 35 and a Yanmar 3gm30F and frankly it's tight. Good luck, i hope you post your experience.
09-15-2012 07:56 PM
Jgbrown
Re: I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?

I don't know specifically about that one, but Ihave an A30 with a 2GM20F in it, and the clearance around the sides and top is VERY tight... If it's any bigger than that, I would think it unlikely to fit.
09-15-2012 05:24 PM
Wewe
I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?

Me again. 1966
Alberg 30.
I have found a yanmar 3gm30f will this fit and be easy to swap ?
It comes with eXaust ,wiring panel , marinized 200 hrs.
What about this setup? Any help will be nice. I know nothing about all this.
2000 yanmar with km2p trans. Ratio 2.62/3.06
18 hp at 3400 rpm
20 hp at 3600

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