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    Man Engine Database

    Owners of Man-powered boats,

    Please help by replying to this topic with important information regarding Man engines: specs, part numbers, interchange part numbers, sources for parts, etc.

    This database is for Man engine information: part numbers, interchange part numbers, specifications, detailed procedures, etc. Please do not post questions or issues specific to your boat. It's OK to post feedback on data that should be included here. Keep in mind, that once someone posts the data, your feedback post may be deleted to keep the database clean. Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by Jim_Gandee; 11-07-2017, 10:20 AM.
    1999 3788, Cummins 270 "Freedom"
    2013 Boston Whaler 130 SS
    Anacortes, WA
    Isla Verde, PR

    #2
    As MAN seems to have a huge prices for everything we need on our engines, when it comes to replacing parts, I try figure out optional parts for the MAN OEM part. In this case, I have alternate numbers for the raw water impellers. The MAN retail price is almost ten times higher than the prime Johnson equivalent.

    The pump is comprised of two impellers. One impeller part number Johnson 09-821BT-1 and the other is Johnson 09-1028BT-1. I bought the 1028's on eBay for about $50 for two, and bought two 821's from Amazon for $55. $25 each is a ton cheaper than $400, eh?

    I hope this helps....it should save you a ton...

    ~BJ

    OMEGA

    5788
    BJ
    OMEGA
    5788

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      #3
      I have just replaced the V-Belts on our MAN D2866 LE405 Engines (2001 5788) 2 belts per engine.

      MAN Part Number: 51.12503.0059 - RDI quoted US$51.77 each (= CAD$64.86) excluding taxes

      This is a generic V-Belt - Type 3VX560 - Purchased at Lordco Auto Parts for US$18.36 each (= CAD $23.00) excluding taxes

      Total Saving on 4 belts = $133.64 (= CAD$167.43) excluding taxes, or a saving of almost 65%.

      The belts are also available NAPA auto parts
      Rob
      Bayliner 5788
      'Merlin V'
      Vancouver BC

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        #4
        The raw water pumps on the MAN D2866 engines are built by Johnson Pumps, but as the complete assembly is proprietary to MAN, Johnson dealers are only able to sell individual components for these pumps (including the body), but they can not sell a complete assembly. While there are cost savings for purchasing individual parts compared to the MAN dealer, but comparing the price of a complete pump assembly from MAN versus purchasing all individual parts from Johnson is a wash, and you still have to assemble the unit yourself.
        Rob
        Bayliner 5788
        'Merlin V'
        Vancouver BC

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          #5
          Any substitute oil filter for MAN D2866LE401?
          thanks

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            #6
            If you mean a substitute for the genuine MAN filter element, the alternative that I use are Baldwin P294. The Donaldson P550041 filter is also compatible.

            If you are asking if there is a conversion kit to mount a canister style filter, I have yet to find one.

            MAN offer a kit to remotely mount the filter to eliminate the difficulty in changing the oil filter on the starboard side, but I have yet to pluck up the courage to ask the price.
            Rob
            Bayliner 5788
            'Merlin V'
            Vancouver BC

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            • JandJ
              JandJ commented
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              Thanks for the info

            #7
            In regarding oil pressure what is theIdeal pressure at idle in at cruising speed I am still fighting my Revlimid or switch it works great for a day and then it shuts down after that anybody help please

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              #8
              5788 Temperature Senders (MAN D2866 - LE405)

              MOVED FROM NORMAL MOTORYACHT SECTION

              I finally found the elusive engine temperature sender unit for the temperature gauges on our 5788. The sender is not anywhere obvious, and I confessed to some embarrassment when asking RDI Seattle about it's location. I have both the parts and service manuals for the engines, but nowhere does it identify the sender location.

              The sender is located high on the cylinder block on the left side of the engine, and is above the raw water pump, and behind the intercooler. The distance back from the front of the engine is approximately 10 inches, and is found much quicker with a very bright light shining down there.

              The VDO part number for a new sender is 323-425, rated at 250 degrees F, floating ground with 2 terminals. Care must be taken to ensure that the sender is not isolated from the block with PTFE tape or any other type of sealant.

              There is actually a second temperature sender unit at the base of the Aftercooler - This sender is to the alarm system and buzzers.
              Rob
              Bayliner 5788
              'Merlin V'
              Vancouver BC

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              • ELNIDO 3
                ELNIDO 3 commented
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                Rob
                Great information. My coolant temp alarm went off this weekend. The engines were at 180 and fluid level was correct. Water coming out of the exhaust. It sounds like i need to look at the sender under the aftercooler. George Bayliner 5788, "EL NIDO" Everett, WA.

              #9
              Has anyone been able to find an alternative source(Baldwin or some other company?) for the fuel filters for the Mann 610 HP engines that are not Mann?

              Thanks.

              Bob
              2002 5288 Bayliner
              "My Girl"
              Port Orchard, Wa.

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              • MerlinV
                MerlinV commented
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                The comparable Baldwin fuel filter is a BF1396 canister filter with drain.

              • Bonanza Bob
                Bonanza Bob commented
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                Just cross-referenced the Mann oil filter to the Baldwin and they gave me a Baldwin P294 as a replacement. Is this correct or is there and adapter than one needs to buy from Mann for this filter to work? This one is a screw on canister. On another note, The BF 1396 is a fuel filter crossed with the Man 51.05504.0104. Any comments or assistance?

                Currently live in Port Orchard. Service on the Mann's require using RDI in Seattle/Ballard. Does anyone know a good Mann mechanic in the Bremerton/Tacoma area rather than using RDI. Travel costs are as much as the rest of the service bill.

                Thanks.

                Bob 2002 5288 Bayliner w. 610 Manns
                "My Girl"
                Port Orchard Wa.

              • Bonanza Bob
                Bonanza Bob commented
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                CORRECTION I stand corrected, the Baldwin P294 is NOT a canister filter, it is an element filter which appears to be a direct replacement. Sorry about that.

                Bob
                2002 5288 Bayliner w 610 hp Manns
                "My Girl"
                Port Orchard, Wa
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