Boothbay Boat Races!

WoundUpMarine

Admiral
Lite User
Joined
Jan 1, 2012
Posts
6,555
Likes
5,424
Location
Boothbay, Me
First Name
John
Boat Make
26' Duffy, 23' Seaway, 14' Holland

MouseTrap

Rear Admiral
Joined
Sep 10, 2011
Posts
1,165
Likes
236
Location
Seacoast, NH
Boat Make
Rosborough
...might do the webcam again, but looking ahead you don't see much...

Unless you're the lead dog, the scenery never changes!

nugg.singletrack.web.jpg
 

Frank Grimes

Rear Admiral
Joined
Dec 20, 2011
Posts
1,879
Likes
940
Location
N41°41'46.91" W070°15'35.13"
First Name
John
Sad to see another E9 bite the dust.....can't be too many of those engines left running in marine applications. Wish more of them had been properly marinized, it was a beast of an engine in the boats I saw it in.
 

CEShawn

Vice Admiral
Joined
Sep 21, 2011
Posts
3,330
Likes
1,227
Location
Cape Cod, MA
Boat Make
Downeastless
I think there were only 13... I know I had one that bite the dust... When we had MACK from NH down, they knew the owner had 2 in his Hatteras or something, they still had 2 on the shelf in 2001/2002, not sure if that made 13 or 15. We just had a problem with exhaust manifolds and how the original setup for our manifold went back into the block. That line blew out twice and just did so much damage for us. I really liked that engine wish I had a little more time to learn it and tweak it. I think that was around 2300 hours or so for us. It was scary when we would call and they would tell us it was the last part available on the shelf.
 
Joined
Jun 17, 2012
Posts
7
Likes
1
Location
swans island ,me
Boat Make
37 duffy
Dale Frances in Ohio has all the regular parts for the mack but marine parts are few and far between . The marine parts can be made but they cost alot .
 

tunaorlater

Admiral
Joined
Sep 9, 2011
Posts
5,061
Likes
3,594
Boat Make
40' Northern bay
Cummins motivation just didn't sound right, good to hear!
 
Joined
Jun 19, 2012
Posts
64
Likes
16
Location
Vinalhaven, Maine
Boat Make
2001 crowley-beal 33/ 450 hp. volvo
Sad to see another E9 bite the dust.....can't be too many of those engines left running in marine applications. Wish more of them had been properly marinized, it was a beast of an engine in the boats I saw it in.
My father has two for his northern bay 36 Starlight Express out of Vinalhaven, Maine. Very tough and make wicked powah...:cool:
 
Top Bottom