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*[[How to Add a Secondary Starting Switch in the Engine Box|Secondary start switch]]<br>
 
*[[How to Add a Secondary Starting Switch in the Engine Box|Secondary start switch]]<br>
 
*[[Slow or Difficult to Start Universal M-25XP Engine|Slow start fix]] with a wiring upgrade, starter re-build, and new starting battery by Mike Vaccaro <br>
 
*[[Slow or Difficult to Start Universal M-25XP Engine|Slow start fix]] with a wiring upgrade, starter re-build, and new starting battery by Mike Vaccaro <br>
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*[[Tachometer Malfunction Q&A]]<br>
 
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Revision as of 21:05, 7 February 2009

The Catalina 34 has had at least three different motors. The M25, a 21hp engine, was installed on the the early models. The M25XP (23 hp) became standard in 1988. The M30, a 4 cylinder producing 28hp, became an optional engine about the same time and is standard in the Mark II. All are produced under the Universal Motors brand (now Westerbeke Corporation). Due to lack of available supplies, the factory occasionally installed a Yanmar engine (note: Yanmars are higher-compression engines, which do not require glow plugs).

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