If anyone has an interest I need to let these go I think i paid $350 for it and never got to install it. I will get some picture this weekend anyone have an interest?
Phil, I would be interested In this, Is this two systems or one?
It is one system. I picked this up from another CCCC member. I ended up giving my Lancer to a guy that will actually get it done so I no longer have the need for a Q motor. I have a 4 bolt engine block, a beat up carter carb, a nice prop from the Lancer Inboard, and this cooling system left over. I was going to put this on a newer Volvo Penta but it just isn't going to fit in my new boat. I will just have to stick with flushing the salt water out. I will get some pictures for you in the next couple days.
Phil that sounds great, thank you
I added pictures last night. I hope they came through. If anything is missing it is probably in my shed but I think that is all of it.
Would this be considered a full system or 1/2 system?
This was used as a full system on the 350Q. When i was going to put it on my Volvo Penta i was going to do half system because Volvo Penta Exhaust manifolds are not set up to do full. So this could be either. Here is a drawing from the Q.
Thanks, I am in process of negotiating the purchase of a 27 commander with rebuilt 350Q jasper marine engine.. I am assuming this system will work. Will engine need to be pulled? Any other thoughts on this conversion?
If it is a Q motor it will bolt right on. Looking at that picture I am not sure that is a Q? Everything would be able to be put on from above so the motor would not need to be pulled. Is that a picture of the boats engine we are talking about? A "Q" would have the distributor in the front.
I don't mean to say it can't be used on something other than a Q but it will not bolt right on. This has the thermostat housing needed by the Q. In great condition by the way. You probably would not use that part on a different (non-flywheel forward) motor. I was going to use this on a Volvo Penta. If i had room in the engine compartment. You would just need to make it work. I am stuck with just flushing a saltwater engine - unfortunately.
I would need a picture of it in the boat. The "Q" is a unique beast. This will bolt right up to the Flywheel forward Q but would take a little creativity to get it in a boat that does not have a "Q". The exchanger will work on anything its just how the expansion tank and Thermostat housing all ties in. If that first picture is the boat, i do not believe it is a Q. Let me find a picture of a Q someplace. hopefully one with the exchanger on it.