I have spent the the best part of 30 hours this week down the engine 'ole. I am shattered. Its a small space to work in and you are always ducking and bending. Everything is sharp and hard and always right in the way when you hit your head, or knee, or shin or elbow.......... you get the picture. Standing back and looking at what has actually been done really don't add up the that amount of time and certainly if I was given a time sheet for it I would be questioning it big time!
So here it is ready for paint.
This side has the mounting brackets for the fuel filters, raw water strainer, and a protective chanel for the tiny copper tube for the Mikuni C/H heater.
This side (port) has the toilet tank locators and restraint point, start battery tray, self pumpout pump mounts, the exhaust water lock muffler and exhaust outlet spigot.
Domestic battery bank restraints
Port side from a different angle
And finally the exhaust spigot from outside