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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby brock2013 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 6:55 pm

T Man wrote:
mud777 wrote:i have not try the reverse yet ill try it 2mrw and let you know,for the gears the motor has to be in neutral to start the engine and you have to give it gas to get the prop sping good and then shift if you try to shift straight to 5th with out giveing it gas it wants to stick,


Honest opnion here, if it runs well in 1 gear, the other gears are wasted time, HOWEVER the fact that you may have a viable reverse on a long tail could be worth the trouble of the build.

But if he didn't "waste the time" everyone would still be arguing on if it would work or not.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby jrp267 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 8:26 pm

Multiple gears means more torque in mud.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby mudpack » Sun Nov 24, 2013 5:03 pm

Glad Justin got his project running and on the water. Unfortunately, the video could have been showing any mudmotor at all. I wish the vid had been taken from the boat that his ATV/mudmotor was mounted on; it would have told a more complete story.
Justin, have you put your project on a scales yet?

Good work carrying this through to completion!! :thumbsup:
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby gearhead80 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 12:08 pm

mudpack wrote:Glad Justin got his project running and on the water. Unfortunately, the video could have been showing any mudmotor at all. I wish the vid had been taken from the boat that his ATV/mudmotor was mounted on; it would have told a more complete story.
Justin, have you put your project on a scales yet?

Good work carrying this through to completion!! :thumbsup:



UNREAL!! :lol:
If I ask a question, I don't want your opinion. I want facts.
Don't tell me something you think, tell me something you know.
It's easier to say I don't know, than make something up.
Although, being a forum the next guy will know more no matter what.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby threedogs » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:36 pm

mudpack wrote:
Glad Justin got his project running and on the water. Unfortunately, the video could have been showing any mudmotor at all. I wish the vid had been taken from the boat that his ATV/mudmotor was mounted on; :



Nothing like implying someone is or could be a liar. What a prick.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby T Man » Mon Nov 25, 2013 10:38 pm

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mudpack wrote:
Good work carrying this through to completion!! :thumbsup:



Nothing like implying someone is or could be a liar. What a prick.


???? Where are you getting that?

Shouted from the bottom of a well
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby gearhead80 » Tue Nov 26, 2013 7:56 am

Explain to me how a self proclaimed know it all Super Moderator can't see that? He clearly said it could have been any mud motor. Back to needing reading comprehension work for the Super Moderator!!
If I ask a question, I don't want your opinion. I want facts.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby threedogs » Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:55 am

T Man wrote:
threedogs wrote:
mudpack wrote:
Good work carrying this through to completion!! :thumbsup:



Nothing like implying someone is or could be a liar. What a prick.


???? Where are you getting that?

Shouted from the bottom of a well



I copied the wrong part of his post. Fixed it.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby Rhock19 » Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:30 pm

sure sounds like a 4 wheeler engine to me...curious to hear more about it!
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby T Man » Wed Nov 27, 2013 4:57 pm

gearhead80 wrote:Explain to me how a self proclaimed know it all Super Moderator can't see that? He clearly said it could have been any mud motor. Back to needing reading comprehension work for the Super Moderator!!


threedogs wrote:I copied the wrong part of his post. Fixed it.


Thats where I got it. Next time you insult my reading comprehension, make sure yours is spot on first. :thumbsup:
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby Erich_870 » Wed Nov 27, 2013 6:54 pm

mud777 wrote:ill make a more detail video soon,it runs and it did not sink the boat so im happy but i still got do some fine tuning here and there to make it better, i have not got in no show nuff mud yet but i got it in bout 3 inches of water and sand and it did aight it felt nice and torquey in the sand,the way the gears work you shift in to 1st then have to give it gas to get the rpms up to shift to 2in and 3rd and 4th till you get to 5th gear once in 5th gear you dont have to shift any more you can come to a complete stop and then take off and it does not bog down.


Looking forward to more videos! :thumbsup:

It seems like you could run a larger prop if you can start off in 5th gear. :yes:

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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby threedogs » Wed Nov 27, 2013 7:18 pm

T Man wrote:
gearhead80 wrote:Explain to me how a self proclaimed know it all Super Moderator can't see that? He clearly said it could have been any mud motor. Back to needing reading comprehension work for the Super Moderator!!


threedogs wrote:I copied the wrong part of his post. Fixed it.


Thats where I got it. Next time you insult my reading comprehension, make sure yours is spot on first. :thumbsup:



Dude you must have a problem . Look at the post again, it wasn't me that insulted you. Geez
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby La. Hunter » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:01 pm

Lets keep the personal attacks and bickering out of this thread. I have no problem with any of you discussing whether it will work or not and why, but the personal attacks won't be tolerated. Don't make me move this thread to the controversial issues forum.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby Rhock19 » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:43 pm

I just wanna see more vids!
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby T Man » Wed Nov 27, 2013 9:37 pm

Rhock19 wrote:I just wanna see more vids!


x2, I want to see the reverse.
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Re: four wheeler engine mudmotor build

Postby mudpack » Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:40 am

mudpack wrote:Glad Justin got his project running and on the water. I wish the vid had been taken from the boat that his ATV/mudmotor was mounted on; it would have told a more complete story. Justin, have you put your project on a scales yet?
Good work carrying this through to completion!! :thumbsup:


Tell me that that post is now implying he's lying. You chose to look at one sentence that said the vid was taken so far away we couldn't see his project motor. No implication he was lying or that the motor in the vid wasn't the one in question....just that it was so far away it is impossible to see details. The rest of my post absolutely indicated that I believe it is his project motor, does it not?
Man, some of you guys just LOOK for stuff to attack....
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