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I was dead chuffed last year in the workshop as we could hear the irregular phutphut of a boat coming from miles away, Bob said here comes William(local Tim Carters boat) and I said, no, its not, different noise and timing, its Spey or Crane...Spey came past a few minutes later.?

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3 hours ago, matty40s said:

I was dead chuffed last year in the workshop as we could hear the irregular phutphut of a boat coming from miles away, Bob said here comes William(local Tim Carters boat) and I said, no, its not, different noise and timing, its Spey or Crane...Spey came past a few minutes later.?

Smarty pants.....:ninja:

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ISTR  the slight differences in setting & wear in the pecker mech which possibly alters the amount of fuel/timing minutely alters the exhaust note or it could be the oil rod setting & I know on the"Seffle" I had in my boat when the silencer needed the oily gunge cleaning out the note was different to if it was clean  the sprayer/injector  setting had the most effect on the exhaust note A note on the starting of "Spey's" motor when the guy was topping up the day tank it appeared in the sight glass to be "weasel pee" road diesel rater than " Burgundy " Agri stuff

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