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I restored the machine that was under the sea for many years
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@Marc i totally agree with u. i think the engine was submerged just long enough for the sea crap to adhere to the engine, it didn't take that much effort to wash and scrub all those crap from the engine. if it was really in the sea for a lot of years, a lot of the internal parts of the engine would have rusted and fused already, the cylinder liner was like new after just being polished with scotch brite, normally you'd have to hone the bore. the piston rings were also like new, it should have rusted away and broken off when removed from the piston. and why re-use the head gasket and the crankcase gasket? the probability of an oil leak from the crankcase and a little bit of a loss in compression is high when using worn out gaskets, except when it isn't worn out at all. and if you're really restoring an engine, why re-use the oil filter when it could have some water in it for "being submerged in water for so many years"? you'll just end up destroying what you painstakingly rebuilt.
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This is super impressive! The entire restoration process must've been extremely time consuming but very glad to see that all the time and effort really paid off. Can't wait now to see what project you'll do next with this engine!
Are you talking to me..?@Hannes Gilstring
I am wondering how long it take to restore the machine??
And the acting from the ”random” guy i the hat on the beach!! 😮👌 😉
Ни единой прокладки не поменял, браво!)
40 минут кайфа...
Золотые руки , виват!
That was such an impressive restoration and rebuild. I love the sound of that clean metal clinking together as you installed the bolts. Beautiful work. Congratulations!
I invite you to come to Iraq to open a project.
Экстримально без охлаждения заводить и газовать...
Cảnh giống hà tiên quá
Great work! Awesome 8M views in 2 weeks! I honestly did not think this engine would look so good after seeing it straight out of the ocean, and getting it running is incredible. The starter was so crusty, the first thing I thought was "there is no way that thing is going to work again". I'd love to see you build something around this engine, it seems fairly powerful.
I thought exactly the same thing, no way was that starter ever gonna turn again. Proven wrong with perseverance and obvious dedication...😉
Bao nhiêu giờ lao động tham gia? Người Việt Nam rất chăm chỉ.
Bái phục! Em có phải đọc nhiều sách không hay hoàn toàn do kinh nghiệm mà làm được vậy? Em chú ý bảo hộ tay nhé, biết là nhiều người cảm thấy khó và mất thời gian khi dùng gang tay bảo hộ nhưng khi tiếp xúc thường xuyên với hóa chất độc hại sẽ gây bệnh về sau đấy
Thank you for your interest
well done man ... you are a genius ... the bike is great
I am genuinely impressed, I knew those little Isuzu engines were bullet proof, bu t I never imagined you could drag one out of the sea and rebuilt it, with very little new parts and it still run! Impressed the starter motor and Injection pump both worked, bit disappointed you didn't fix the Turbo! ha ha :'D
As a mechanic with years of experience, from weedeaters to heavy construction equipment ; I would never have considered attempting this. I bow to you, sir, as a true Master of the craft! Magnificent video!
@Vera M. - He likely got new gasket seals. You see the gasket in the video, which I highly doubt he repaired, so he likely got a new one.
@J A - It isn't staged or fake JA, but some from the first world might think it is. It was a marine engine, so it was already built to withstand certain damage. You need to visit some third world countries to see how they can make a miracle out of something we would consider unsalvagable. It is like going to Cuba and seeing how they've restored the American cars that were there BEFORE the embargo! They look maginificent, even though it's been decades, because those guys learned how to take care of things in ways US citizens just don't. Travel the world and then come back after you've seen more.
It's a marine engine they seal them up good to keep water out of the engine block
اللهم صل على نبينا محمد عدد ماذكره الذاكرون وصل وسلم عليه عدد ماغفل عنه الغافلون
what motor is it?
Thank you for taking the time to record this outstanding piece of restoration and make it available - I didn't believe what you were trying to do was even possible at the beginning of the video, but seeing is believing! Brilliant job, how long did it take to complete?
"See is believing "... ????? Or hand is quicker then the eye... Or, with video editing, you can do anything....
Oh ho amazing man.
All of the metal sefaces don't have pitting. If they have pitting why aren't the cyclinder bores pitted. Under water, barnacles all over the place. I feel something is wrong with this picture. Other than that ..... fascinating.
All that nice work but you used the old oil filter? 😊 In all seriousness, magnificent work!
Video has 15m views, this guy is making good money from YouTube for his entertaining efforts he doesn't need to sell this engine...
@GreatNorthernDad Why all the paint prep and new paint? He even masked and painted the starter two colors. Then reused the head gasket, oil pan gasket, oil filter, etc... If it was going to run, seems to me it would have done so without all the hours and money wasted on external scouring and paint.
@P Ville Well, if these engines are as tough as their reputation, it might run that way for a long time. I'd change the oil and filter on any engine I just bought anyway, so hopefully the new owner does if he sells it. The other stuff may prove to be non-issues in the long run, even though it would have been better to give them some love.
@GreatNorthernDad If what you said is true (only just to make it run again), why would he have painted the parts? Gonna sell it to some unsuspecting fisherman I bet.
@Dean Dee я с тобой согласен, но фильтр можно было бы поменять, он стоит копейки, тогда бы и масло, оставил бы?
What is the name of this machine and where is it used ? please give information about it.🙏
this is some nonsense
I admire the tenacity, hard work and all the efforts done on this engine to bring it back to working condition after it was left in the corrosive environment of the sea for some considerable time.
Well he probably has little else to do with his time and it can earn him a dollar.
Это не машина, а двигатель
250 полуляхов из 250 лапша на уши
Фильтр масляный можно было и поменять, как и прокладки.
Золотые руки у тебя брат! Молодец!!!
I'm a fully trained vehicle tech, and was throwing spanners for 30 plus years, but the way this guy did this, with minimal tools, was pretty amazing. You could tell his dedication in one part which showed his bleeding knuckle! Surprised that he used the open end of the spanner so much, instead of the ring, but, hey ho, if that's what he likes, then so be it. Just imagine what this guy could do in a fully equiped workshop, and I don't want to sound disrespectful, but he is probably a lot more skilled than most "western world" machanics in garages. The thing is, after watching various films and clips on youtube, there are many many people that are probably self taught that can repair, fix or even jury rig things that would be way beyond today's "mechanics", who are not much more than computer competent people who just replace complete units that the diagnostic equipment (costing hundreds of thousands of pounds) tell them to. He reminds me of the time when i started in the trade, when you used to repair things, instead of just replacing complete units....In the youth speak of today, this guy is "old school"! Really enjoyed watching this, keep up the great work, my friend.
@ausgoty I didn't mention it because I thought it was obvious. But it would be compulsory to use a new ring set after the honing process. And I wrote about this honing because seeing the author of the film scrubs each cylinder with an abrasive cloth / sandpaper. Instead of checking the inside of the cylinders first
@Janusz Cebula Why would you hone the bores if re-using the original rings?
@Wolf_Boy seems like he reused the head gasket and oil pan seal as well. Without using any copper spray to help reseal the headgasket I must add that there is trouble brewing hear., impressive clean up, those valve seats must have took awhile to clean up for sure. after sitting submerged so long its amazing there was no water in crankcase, surprized the starter was able to function , that salt water eats stuff
No..this is the pure tenacity,adaptability and determination that won them the war!
@North Dakota Ham You were so close to realizing what drove a lot of those decisions; this is (I think) in Vietnam, a much poorer country than North Dakota, where money gets pumped up out of the ground. How is ND these days? Been awhile since I was there. While I was I got a real understanding of how people from poor countries think from the Africans who worked for me. They try to reuse all sorts of things we wouldn't even consider reusing. When you're poor, you reuse stuff.
Gua nyasar cokk....
I BELIEVE IT IS A PUMP OF SOME SORT❓❓🤔🤔🤷♂🤷♂
I looked at the title and thought here we go again, but WOW! I'm truly impressed at the level of attention one guy put into restoring a typically non-salvageable engine. A true testament to the man's skills. I am curious to know how long the restoration took to complete and was the engine since being restored put back into active service? 👍🏻
@david hudson кто в это верит тот далек от знаний инженера. Тнвд не заработает после такой воды. Постанова глупая для тупого зрителя
@Станислав Шапин you can but the engine is not to specs but it runs
Considering the condition to start with, I figure if he worked around 6 to 8 hours a day, he probably did that in 2 weeks or less. Judging from the video, he re used the head gasket, rings, pan gasket and oil filter and misc. Stuffed the cam in on original bearings. Also made many of the gaskets. It looked like new mains and rod bearings and new valve seals. Everything else looked refurbed. I really didnt think that starter would ever work again... He did an amazing job on it, thats for sure...
so you're truly believe that you can just polish compressions ring with sand paper and they will be fine?...
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So hilarious. He´s walking at the beach and suddenly he finds a buried machine under the sand. No one else did. LOL
Что за пздц , прокладки, сальники, фильтра, и много много чего . Так это работать не будет и не должно
Ни прирезки плоскостей, ни моментов затяжки, сальники тоже походят ещё🤣 механик от Бога🤣
Вано не придирайся) море очистил красава)
That is a great job! Detail to work
cảm ơn bạn rất nhiều vì đã gửi bài thưa ngài
Awesome project, and quite calming in some weird cosmic way. Watched quite a few of your videos and am so impressed with your skill-sets and patience. I'm only 7mins in but I can say with fair certainty thats about 8-12 months growth barnacle-wise, and I'd love to see the running engine in a resurrected old hull or something, a survivor thing ? :P
@battldoge ur mum Willing to bet he did before he closed it up, but then again he is madly skilled and probably does torque by feel better than a cheap bar-torque thing wielded by most of us :) I've done more than my fair share of twisting wrenches and I can usually get within 5-10 lbs by feel.
He didn’t use a single torque wrench on the bottom end that’s a big no no
I was going to say 6 months worth based on from what ive seen as a boat owner here in NZ, maybe barnacles grow even faster in the warmer waters around Vietnam where this guy is. It certainly hasn't been in the water "many years" ;-))
والله الك خلگ 😂
There is absolutely no way they could pull that piece of metal out of where it was this is so fake
Iai...? Aí ? A vida continua tem coisas que vale a pena..acreditar 😇 às vezes demora mais chega... sinceramente não perdi tempo assistindo esse vídeo parabéns 🇧🇷🙏
That was incredibly impressive. I can't imagine how many hours that took, esp for something I thought was totally not salvageable. Awesome job!
Another engine rescued. Outstanding!
Awesome work. A real testament to your skills, and those of the people who designed and originally built it.
Excellent job Mr. Ho! It is amazing the way the engine looks internally after a long time under sea water! Pretty sure it was under salt water because of the barnacles!
This is phenomenal. So a boat was presumably beached and it slowly fell apart depositing the engine at the water's edge. Its when you see the engineering that made the engine that you realise how valuable & saveable these things are but it takes a special person to do this much effort - if I tried this I'd end up with a HUGE pile of nuts & bolts and not have a clue where they go!
@Raymond Ashby well.. The motor was fine...
i reckon i could just about do the job, just not sure i'd have the stamina for all the cleaning. tbh i would never have even started. that engine looked 110% dead.
@Aloisio bezerra da silva // ???
Verdade?O motor veio boiando?
Amazing work. I would never have believed there would be enough of it to restore!
Great videos!! A true “environmentalist”!! Lol but it would be nice to have a voice/subtle overlay so we know what happening, also did you need new parts? Craft your own? As this can be great learning for everyone to stop tossing most things and rebuild them! Sadly we have become just that!! Hope to see more awesome rebuilds/repairs hoping to know more of what’s happening!!
Absolutely loved this video. What a clever guy you are - somehow you made this look EASY like anyone can do it, and I suspect that's TRUE because a lot of mystery surrounds machinery that few of us ever look into because we pay others to do it in order not to fall foul of the Law. Stunning work!!
Красиво все сделано, и профессионально! Смотрится на одном дыхании!! Спасибо!
It's hard to believe you got all those nuts and bolts off without snapping a few completely off! Way to go, good job!!
Because this wasn’t 100% junk from under the sea. This is a high quality content. Asians has many talent to restore junk stuff. And the truth is so many bolt will be broken. But this one is a still function machine that drawn under the sea for 2 weeks. Restore junk from the junk yard is very normal, but drowning it first then restore it all.. result in million views.. Still a masterpiece content.
Exactly, the last project I tried like this was an engine that burned up. All the bolt heads broke off when I went to open it up.
I watched the restoration of this engine with pleasure. Well done guy, disassembled everything, brought it back to its original form and put it back together. Everything turned out great, the engine works like clockwork. I just wonder how long it took this recovery? Thanks for the video, I will be waiting for new videos.
Muito bom a restauração! Trabalhoso
This is very impressive! I polish crankshafts the exact same way, but I use a very high grit sandpaper and WD-40 or some type of lubricating oil. Still, I'm very impressed by your determination and skill level.
Yup, I was quite amazed...🥰 Most people would have left this as a lost cause.
good to see another perfectly good irresponsibly dumped engine recovered and brought back to life. may I humbly suggest a few things that could have made this restoration somewhat better without pushing up the cost too much: the waterways could have done with water jetting, all oil ways blown through, the bores honed, valves lapped, a new set of piston rings and oil seals to go with those new crank shells and absolutely a new oil filter. I like the design of that Isuzu engine, built to last
You are a Great mechanic even though you have a lot of jealous people in here commenting foolish things they don't believe that you did the job even though you did it on camera in front of everyone,, alright sir keep up the good work and keep them coming thank you for your awesome video.
I've built more than a few motors myself, but here it just a trip to the machine shop for most of this clean-up. Hell, I can't remember the last time I rebuilt a starter or alternator. This guy is doing this the way our grandfathers and great grandfathers used to.
when he stripped the starter, i thought: "No Way!!" couldn't believe that it worked, along with the pre-engage solenoid. wow
I admire people like this. The extent of my knowledge is I knew it was an engine.
As an old mechanic I have only one thing to say: This is the most impressing piece of work I have seen on Youtube up until now. I salute you.
Он не только старый мех.) Но видно ещё и безтолковый,и руки наверное не из того места.
Действительно, старый). Не видишь чевидных вещей; пролежал в соленой воде столько времени и масло на месте), видно же что это постановка
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