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I have a 30hp nanni 4110he in my cavalier 37 here in Australia.The serial
number tells importer that this model is not usual here. It uses about 3.5
litres an hour. which seems a lot for that size engine.I gather these are
more common in Europe. has any one had experience with these motors??
Lawrie



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On Jan 30, 9:35 pm, "lawrie gubb" wrote:
I have a 30hp nanni 4110he in my cavalier 37 here in Australia.The serial
number tells importer that this model is not usual here. It uses about 3.5
litres an hour. which seems a lot for that size engine.I gather these are
more common in Europe. has any one had experience with these motors??
Lawrie


I have one in my Nauticat 25. They were built in France and are based
on a Kubota block. I think they did not sell many of the 4 cyl.
Nowerdays they get the same power out of a 3 cyl.
I need 3.2 litres but I never go above 1800 rpm - the engine is a bit
to big for my little boat.

Arfst



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