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Colvic Seaworker 22 Project


GarryG
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Bought "BLADE" on going project, Sept 2020. previous owner had made progress but couldn't complete, and I knew what had to be done and to date no nasty surprises, as he was very honest.

I know this might be long project given my age, and certain health restrictions, (aches and pains, LOL), and what with COVID, my Son's support (muscles) is difficult.

Will try and show before and after pic's not necessarily chronological. 

Wiring has been fun, with wires going nowhere, some cut and not rejoined.

The Engine is a Renault Trafic 1.9 Td, fully marinized, but still has ECU, and wiring loom. there are Pro's and Con's, at the Mo, Pro's winning, as per plan. Digital Dash on Helm. and full engine diagnostics availability.

Feel free to comment, offer advice, I'm no expert.

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8 minutes ago, GarryG said:

Wiring nightmares, the flyby wire for throttle cut and stuffed in bilge, now sorted, no after pics. Cant add video of engine running

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Looks like fresh wire may be required the way that insulation is breaking up

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25 minutes ago, GarryG said:

be a first for me, uploading, will try share link when i get it to Youtube lol

Once it's on YT it's easy - just copy/paste the Share link. Instructions here: 

 

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39 minutes ago, suzook12 said:

Looks like fresh wire may be required the way that insulation is breaking up

That's been done,  even has full flexi conduit shroud, can't find pic of end result, will sort when next there

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9 minutes ago, GarryG said:

Engine running Link  https://youtu.be/xwZblj6dLtM 

Hi Garry - the video is set to be Private. In order to share it, you'll need to change it to Unlisted in YouTube Studio, which means that it won't show up in YT but the link is shareable and only the people who have the link can see it.

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4 minutes ago, Andy135 said:

Hi Garry - the video is set to be Private. In order to share it, you'll need to change it to Unlisted in YouTube Studio, which means that it won't show up in YT but the link is shareable and only the people who have the link can see it.

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1 minute ago, Saintly Fish said:

Yep, what kind of performance does it give?

i've Never had it in water, it's about 100hp now but will remap to 130hp, hope to see 12-15 knots, but not looked at prop setting yet.

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37 minutes ago, GarryG said:

i've Never had it in water, it's about 100hp now but will remap to 130hp, hope to see 12-15 knots, but not looked at prop setting yet.

I think that’s pretty good 12-15knotts for that hull type isn’t it? 

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22 minutes ago, Saintly Fish said:

I think that’s pretty good 12-15knotts for that hull type isn’t it? 

Semi Displacement, and i think mine is what they call the mark 3 as it's a 1993, i got a vid of Seaworker at 20 knots

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