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Finnish salute 01 May 2016 04:34 #1

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(low aa-tone) Hi all. My name is Sami, and I am an Baylinerist.

Just purchased an 1992 BL Classic 2452, with BMW M57 engine. This was the easy part. As an enthusiastic fishermen, the real work starts from here, as those who do the same sport knows...
Don't know where thiss will end, but for sure I won't be rich and famous afterwards. :P
They never sold these in Finland, so most probably this is one of few, even only one here. Diesel is also an benefit here, as gasoline is really more expensive here ( at sea station, about $2/ L = $6,70 /GAL)
Sami

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Finnish salute 01 May 2016 04:49 #2

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Welcome to the forum!!
That boat must really move with that m57 engine in there.
That same BMW engine is also sold by Yanmar, the 6BY2-260Z

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Finnish salute 01 May 2016 05:40 #3

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Welcome :)

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Finnish salute 01 May 2016 20:10 #4

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Cruising speed is 21-24 knots, with 3000-3200rpm. Engine is 184hp version, so not the highest upgrade.
I'm happy with that, even 24knots is like floating with boat like this...

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Finnish salute 01 May 2016 23:28 #5

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NIce. As a BMW fan I would love to see that.

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