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Re: Running some marine engines: OS MAX-S 30 RC

Post  OVERLORD on Mon May 22, 2017 11:48 am

Eric, just read your post. I scanned the OS doc that you can find in a conversion kit. Water passes first by the crankcase.

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Re: Running some marine engines: OS MAX-S 30 RC

Post  roddie on Mon May 22, 2017 12:13 pm

OVERLORD wrote:Eric, just read your post. I scanned the OS doc that you can find in a conversion kit. Water passes first by the crankcase.


Maybe OS had to take that approach because of over-cooling issues? Possibly the plug wouldn't stay lit with the jacket being quenched with straight cold water?
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