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B is for Build
B is for Build 3 months ago
Install Raid for Free ✅ IOS: clcr.me/N_BisforBuild_ios ✅ ANDROID: clcr.me/N_BisforBuild_Android ✅ PC: clcr.me/N_BisforBuild_PC and get a special starter pack 💥 Available only for the next 30 days
RV CRUZA
RV CRUZA 22 days ago
When are you going to post more videos of the boat videos?
runescapersonutube
runescapersonutube 3 months ago
Update on your single seat racecar?
Ducati Paso
Ducati Paso 3 months ago
@Mike EralA boat is hole in the water you toss money into...
Mike Eral
Mike Eral 3 months ago
@Hooligan Sharkin after he is done with his money pit
Malmo Shagrass
I guess the engines didn't work out.... nothing for months... hummm
halltrash88 fitz
halltrash88 fitz 3 days ago
That fitting should have been a tee on a taper . With all the money you are spending it should be perfect . Next time pay a union sheet metal worker to do it right .
belledetector
belledetector 5 days ago
Any news....?
Andrei Mitran
Andrei Mitran 5 days ago
When is the next episode : (
Mick Kingston
Mick Kingston 7 days ago
Ide have put multiple fuel ex military Boat or truck engines in that run on any fuel !!
Chris Topher
Chris Topher 8 days ago
Next build, we replace a dump truck engine with one from a Geo Metro.
Jean-Pierre Declemy
Nothing heard on this project for three months, how's it going?
Larkhill21
Larkhill21 10 days ago
It was a month waiting for Cummings parts you said?
Bosanac Soprano
Bosanac Soprano 10 days ago
Update on the boat please ?????
Mr_Nachi
Mr_Nachi 10 days ago
Cmon we need updates on these!!!!!!! More videos on the boat pls!!!!
Koman Ante
Koman Ante 12 days ago
3 months delay for next video. Would have been much faster and cheaper rebuilding original diesels , imho
doacarnage
doacarnage 16 days ago
Hey, Nice flippin boat, I'm jealous. This is not a critique but merely a suggestion. If it were me and while the engines are out I would super clean and repaint the engine compartment. I think it would really set off the look of those new engines. Looking forward to new "Yacht" vids. By the way, does it have a bilge pump? I didnt see any mention of that.
Tracy Doriot
Tracy Doriot 16 days ago
When are you going to stop screwing with the junk cars and get back after the boat project? The boat yard in Astoria has got to be eating you out of house and home!
RV CRUZA
RV CRUZA 22 days ago
When are you going to post more boat videos?
Mackie P
Mackie P 23 days ago
Hmmmm...
h5mind
h5mind 25 days ago
Some things are very difficult and expensive, but worth doing. This project, on the other hand, is hard because it's not meant to be done.
Peter Horwood
Peter Horwood 29 days ago
What ever happened to your boat? It seems to have been forgotten about? Enjoyed the episodes that you showed.
MJ Wagner
MJ Wagner Month ago
"there were tons of parts that we didn't even know we needed" B.O.A.T. = Break Out Another Thousand, looking forward to the next video!
John Gulley
John Gulley Month ago
Should have went to a jet drive when you were at it it's more torque but you lose top in
Andrew Matses
Andrew Matses Month ago
checking in to see if this goon did anything else to this boat. seeing he hasnt posted video prob realized it was a retarded idea lmao
Roy Young
Roy Young Month ago
have u done anymore work on the boat?
Mur OfNZ
Mur OfNZ Month ago
Mad, interesting and great entertainment.
Thomas Johnson
Thomas Johnson Month ago
In all the years I had my shop. Never once did anyone take out a diesel and put in gas, ever. Just dumb.
M Breckwoldt
M Breckwoldt Month ago
Great idea going with the LS motors. Good luck with the project. Those old Cummins diesels must weigh close to 1700 pounds each with everything on it.
Yo Mama
Yo Mama Month ago
When’s the next Video?
Sea-Doo Sunday
Sea-Doo Sunday Month ago
“Removening?” 🤣
rwdplz1
rwdplz1 Month ago
This is going to end in tears, and they will be delicious.
Nebbia affaraccimiei
not sure what happened to this after 2 months??
Frank Lake
Frank Lake Month ago
not sure using a level on a boat is the way to go, your sitting on land, the level will be different when your floating
Michael Fischer
Michael Fischer Month ago
It looks like Oscar has commandeered that new Miller mask.
Ԁяєɰp831
Ԁяєɰp831 Month ago
NOTHING LIKE A COUPLE DUDES MEASURING SHAFTS AND REMOVING DONGLES!! SOUNDS LIKE A HELLUVA TIME!!! LMAOOO
David Holubetz
David Holubetz Month ago
Where can I get an Oscar ? Definitely the most useful tool in the shop :) Watching that dude work and weld is like putting aloe vera on a burn.
Aaron Van Wagner
Yup those are fins for a water pump. Heat and/or age will do that.
Nate Clubine
Nate Clubine Month ago
What is Texas speed using for the rotating assembly? H-beams? What type of piston? Etc. And how are they deciding on ring sizes? I’ve heard ring sizing might be a bit different because of how the engine is run (constant RPM for long periods rather than a street car) Does the intake and I’m assuming port injection need to have specific coastguard approval? For fire regs? I’m interested in building a ford 460 stroker kit for 532cu in. Still about a square engine. Callies crank and h-beam rods and diamond pistons. Curious what Texas speed is using to handle the abuse of a marine application. Originally was considering Kaase p51 heads but probably just go with ported cast iron heads. No need for a China rail for intake manifold. Worried about overall height. Was considering Holley sniper efi but not sure how much I could tune it. No experience with it yet. Early stages. Looking for 650+ hp but will last 2000hr like a off the shelf marine gas.
Tim Roelant
Tim Roelant Month ago
I own a similar riva, (superamerica) with the same engine setup, im interested in the parts you might have from the engines you took out. Btw the “ worthless” elbow you are using for the repowering. Costs about 6000eur as a used spare part. Gas will work, but take in account the vt903 puts out approx 1000nm of torque at the flywheel, available at really low rpms. I upgraded our engines with vta660m parts as found in mil applications. It has no problem with 3200 rpm. Resulting in over 33 knots speed. Good luck with your adventure. Dont forget riva are designer boats!
Silentflyer02
Silentflyer02 Month ago
Hey Brian, what's the status of the new engines?
Tom Christman
Tom Christman 2 months ago
Aluminum exhaust spacer in between two cast iron manifolds is NOT GOOD! You need an O2 spacer made also of cast iron.
watahyahknow
watahyahknow 2 months ago
cant you rotate the alternator so the stuff on the bottom are at the top .....
peter jartved
peter jartved 2 months ago
Wishing prosperity & success for all of you at “B is For Build “ I enjoy your shows and I am amazed at the level knowledge & skill you all demonstrate Merry Christmas every body
Recon Tube
Recon Tube 2 months ago
Oscars worth his weight bin gold
Alicatt1
Alicatt1 2 months ago
Good idea to put some non return flaps in your exhaust just in case the engine decides to suck instead of blow ;)
Dave H
Dave H 2 months ago
That looks like an awesome tree
404marc
404marc 2 months ago
the fabrication is amazing. however the idea that a gas engine(s) will have enough torque to move this boat is silly. cat, cummins, man, penta, should have called DeBoss garage.
Daniel Williams
Daniel Williams 2 months ago
when do we see a new vid for the boat
Ken Anthony
Ken Anthony 2 months ago
Maybe already stated somewhere, need to get the paint off the zinc anodes - it prohibits the proper function (sacrificial anode!) Love this show and all the work you are putting into this rebuild - gonna be awesome!
Aron Seus
Aron Seus 2 months ago
Have you thought about converting the boat to 12 volt?
damascusblade
damascusblade 2 months ago
How epic is the fire going to be when they get this all put together and out on the water? LOL.
Jeff Savage
Jeff Savage 2 months ago
welcome to boating, you have a long way to go before you sail off into the sunset. fun to watch
steve-o painter
steve-o painter 2 months ago
you need arneson surface drives! .. or i guess any brand surface drive ..lol ..would be so bad ass with a couple big blocks
Aaron Fredsberg
Aaron Fredsberg 2 months ago
my opinion - just keep the diesel engines. wait the time to source the parts then rebuild both engines while the boat is out of the water. It's also a great opportunity to learn more about the difference between car and boat engines/builds. use the gas engines for other car projects. I get that this is a build channel and doing out of the ordinary builds is somewhat the point and a crowd puller, but this time it's just not going to be worth it in a lot of ways. don't get me wrong it's gonna be fun to watch either way. good luck.
noone swedish
noone swedish 2 months ago
There is one thing that i am afraid, that is the serpentine belt is not going to survive the 2 alternators. in a professional build they use a separate belt for the "domestic" alternator in this case the 24V one. apart from that locks good to me, it has every possibility to be a fun boat to spend quality time whit the family.
Bob Weglin
Bob Weglin 2 months ago
You have a great deal of energy, which is perfect for this complex project. I would never attempt something like this. I could, however go for this project with an electric motor which only has one moving part. us-first.info/player/video/m9GEg3yoqW57m4U.html
hawkdsl
hawkdsl 2 months ago
LS Swap the world baby!! These diesel soy boys are the best entertainment the tubes have ever known... outright disdain, salt, and rattle snake piss! How are you going to cross the Pacific Ocean!! OMG this is great. I look forward to it back in the water with a pair of the best (gas) engines the world has ever known.
Ethan Macheras
Ethan Macheras 2 months ago
Great fabricating as always and enjoyed the video!
Daniel Hislop
Daniel Hislop 2 months ago
What has happened to this build? You are now working on the Lamborghini racer. Are you going to finish the boat?
Heavy hauling Idaho
Heavy hauling Idaho 2 months ago
I see a ton of hate in the comments from people who just don’t have the balls to try something like this. I personally won’t do it, because that boat looks boring, I would throw those engines in a speed boat and party
Trace Vosburg
Trace Vosburg 2 months ago
Why no turbo?
TheSimple46
TheSimple46 2 months ago
Nice work, I would have liked to see that collector coned rather than flat plate though 😣
Marco Castro
Marco Castro 2 months ago
Flexible SS
PhoenIXrcrr
PhoenIXrcrr 2 months ago
So you are measuring a boat with one engine out with a level for a referencje point? Thats quite special 🤣
A.J. Green
A.J. Green 2 months ago
I'm out! Riva has been building outstanding boats for more than 150 years. This is a travesty.
porsche804
porsche804 3 months ago
Millions of dollars of engineering from the boat builder to mate the best engines with the boat and you want to fit a race engine to a boat and hopefully it's reliable
Mike and Barbi
Mike and Barbi 3 months ago
Just wanted to make sure you guys new about performance marine headers like CP Performance that are water cooled as well. I'm cringing on the crusader exhaust with Texas Speed motors. www.cpperformance.com/c-9-exhaust-systems.aspx
Branden deBuhr
Branden deBuhr 3 months ago
I can't wait to see how fast your fuel gages drop down from full to empty on a trip! Be sure to add a fuel flow gage to see how fast you're spending your fuel as you go!
Dean Taylor
Dean Taylor 3 months ago
This whole project is like watching a slow motion train wreck.
Blowin Kk
Blowin Kk 3 months ago
Right? kinda sad seeing a nice boat sent to its death
Brian Little
Brian Little 3 months ago
That’s the only tree I condone smoking!
Bruh you so Stupid
Bruh you so Stupid 3 months ago
Mans doesn’t listen to any of the comments and constantly replies with rude things when people voice genuine concern. This dudes a tool when it comes to the boat building. Absolute clown.
TheBeingReal
TheBeingReal 3 months ago
No remote oil filter? Hope you thought about how to drain the oil too...a drain tube from the oil pan drain helps.
μπαμπάς των μπαμπάδων
Before u put any engine inside clean and paint everything inside and set water pumps that work with floaty thing and put also a pump that you with a button is enabled for safety reasons I’m telling it because of a bad situation that I have been 🙏🏾🙏🏾
allan mcdonald
allan mcdonald 3 months ago
build me a tree please
maria morrell
maria morrell 3 months ago
I think this is cool but would've been better with a 12v
Bill Hadden
Bill Hadden 3 months ago
I'm curious as to how much weight change will do to the balance of your boat. I wonder if it will plow or sit proudly out of the water. Weight shift is a big problem with remotoring a boat.
John Gonzalez
John Gonzalez 3 months ago
you should of just fliped the alt 180 degrees
Divelaster Laster
Divelaster Laster 3 months ago
I'm not sure what you're thinking, but what happens if the water in the bottom of the boat freezes?
John Barbour
John Barbour 3 months ago
Fun content to watch but the Rube Goldberg approach raises questions of long term reliability. They are going to learn that BOAT stands for, "Break Out Another Thousand".
2fast4you2
2fast4you2 3 months ago
EXCUSE MY IGNORANCE....Can you put the intake facing foward ??? Or does it go facing backwards only ??? 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
Robert Cook
Robert Cook 3 months ago
This is the train wreck I can't stop watching. I've had a 100 ton USCG license for 45 years and owned several large diesel boats.... I just can't get over the amount of time, money and talent that is being wasted on this project. Cheaper would have been to just take a used Cat 966 frontend loader and put the LS in it.... see how that works! Time and effort saved!
Mark Young
Mark Young 3 months ago
Now that you've converted from diesel to gas, everything in that engine room needs to be ignition protected. Examples, alternator, starter, fuel pump, all AC and DC electrical devices in that engine room. You don't want gas fumes ignited by any of those non-ignition protected devices! Check the USCG regs and ABYC recommendations. Good luck.
NRE Performance
NRE Performance 3 months ago
Isn’t anyone else super confused why he hasn’t paid someone to just bring the boat home and block it? It’s really not that much.
Mike Bo
Mike Bo 3 months ago
Of course anyone that has ever owned a boat knows what BOAT stands for....break out another thousand.
Eddy Goss
Eddy Goss 3 months ago
Why the he’ll wouldn’t you buy two old Cummins like that and just throw them in.
Barney Gumbs
Barney Gumbs 3 months ago
Don't sell those Cummins...rebuild and restore them...trust me ...you will put them back in
Brian Brown
Brian Brown 3 months ago
Put a filter on the air line to your plasma torch and you'll get a much cleaner cut. Like your fancy spray paint machine, any debris, especially water and / or oil, in the air line will make for less than desirable results.
garyanewson
garyanewson 3 months ago
In the yacht world we would normally install an aqualift & separator into the exhaust system which keeps the height/noise levels to safe limits!
Kevin McCormack
Kevin McCormack 3 months ago
I question the longevity of running these motors at 70-100 tilt for long travel. The fuel cost is going to be absolutely nutty.
Zegarac Robert
Zegarac Robert 3 months ago
Tesla outboard build us-first.info/player/video/bal5Z3mXcYplZp8.html freaking fast!
Justin Case
Justin Case 3 months ago
Still the only man I trust that wears all black Air Forces Ones.
Andy Roche
Andy Roche 3 months ago
Since you aren't doing forced induction, what is the advantage of these over the diesels ?
John Krystowski
John Krystowski 3 months ago
I’m guessing the generator is diesel since the engines were, and he will have to build a separate fuel tank for the generator.
peakay2002
peakay2002 3 months ago
Nah, they’ll just rip the useless generator out and build a new one from scratch.
A
A 3 months ago
@BisforBuild YOU GUYS DIDNT BACKPURGE WELD ANY OF YOUR STAINLESS THAT LOOKS LIKE 304. STAINLESS WELDS NEED BACK PURGE WELDING. YOUR WELDS WITH NO BACK PURGE WELDING WILL LOOK LIKE CRYSTALLINE SUGAR, AND WILL NOT BE RUST RESISTANT, IT WILL BE EXTREMELY POROUS AND A SPOT FOR CORROSION TO EAT AWAY AT THE METAL MORE QUICKLY THAN JUST THE 304. ON A SECOND NOTE, 304 IS USELESS IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, YOU NEED MINIMUM 316L. LASTLY, I BELIEVE THAT THE 1/16" WALL TUBING YOU HAVE CHOSEN IS FAR TOO THIN FOR THE ABUSE THAT A BOAT SMACKING WAVES REPEATEDLY WILL SEE OVER ITS LIFE SPAN. IF A WATER JACKETED EXHAUST PIPE WERE TO CRACK OPEN YOUD BE PUMPING THE JACKETED WATER INTO YOUR BOATS HULL AT A VERY HIGH RATE. PLEASE SIMPLY LOOK AT THE PART YOU'RE REPLACING AND THINK TO YOURSELF, WAS THERE A REASON THEY USED SUCH A THICK MATERIAL IN THE FIRST PLACE. SECOND GET A SECOND REGULATOR, AND SOME TIN FOIL AND LEARN TO BACK PURGE YOUR STAINLESS FOR WELDING, ITS REALLY SIMPLE STEPS YOU FOLLOW, AND COST YOU A FEW DOLLARS, LITERALLY ALL YOU NEED IS AN EXTRA REGULATOR AND ARGON TANK.... NO EXCUSE NOT TO BACK PURGE STAINLESS. PERIOD. FOOD FOR THOUGHT. IF YOU SINK THIS BOAT BECAUSE OF A FRAGILE PART YOU BUILT INCOMPETENTLY, THIS VIDEO WILL BE ALL THE EVIDENCE YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY NEEDS TO DENY YOUR CLAIM.
1997Ponyboy
1997Ponyboy 3 months ago
Did you think about hammering that collector for a smoother transition. There will probably be a vortex generated with the flat wall.
A Grant
A Grant 3 months ago
Best kind of tree, B is for blast!
Renko
Renko 3 months ago
Most of the critical comments here are from ppl who haven’t watched earlier videos where Chris went over it all. No wonder he gets frustrated with comments.
Jon Fitzgerald
Jon Fitzgerald 3 months ago
No Waterlocks in these exhaust systems??
richard vargas
richard vargas 3 months ago
The boat is going to be a beast!!!
John Avanti
John Avanti 3 months ago
What if you used waterless coolant?
Luke Andrew
Luke Andrew 3 months ago
are you selling the other cummins. im looking for 1 or a single diesel boat
Grumpy ol' Boot
Grumpy ol' Boot 3 months ago
Good video, I am excited to see how this goes - y'all are mad enough to make it work ... for a short while at least. 🤣
Pedro Marrero
Pedro Marrero 3 months ago
Hey chris. Maybe fiberglass fittings will better. They make y shape and reducers.
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