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  1. Not the same motors but I found this a while ago......it should give you a rough idea
  2. My boat did not have quick disconnects and because I have the Gen III cool fuel module, access to the bolts is very difficult. Removing the whole pump was a better option for me.
  3. If your at 180 your fine. I've got twin merc 5.0's and one motor is right around 170 at cruise, the other one is closer to 180. Been that way since day 1.
  4. Humm, not sure what's happening......I'll post the link again. If that doesn't work, try pasting this "youtube.com/watch?v=eZYJq746awc" with the "www" in front.
  5. Hmmm, I've got it set to public. What type of errors are you guys getting? Go to You Tube and search for "Bravo III Sea Water Impeller". My video is the Raw Water Impeller R&R. Let me know if it works. Dan
  6. So I change my sea water impeller today and figured I'd do a video. Hope this helps some folks out. http://www.youtube.com/edit?video_id=eZYJq746awc&video_referrer=watch&ns=1 Feel free to ask questions if you need. Dan.
  7. Here you go.... 282CR Fuel burn
  8. I used to have a 250CR and had the same problem. A buddy of mine at our marina also had the problem. In time the seals go bad on the hand pump. On mine and my buddy's, replacing them helped but if I remember correctly, if you don't get them just right it won't work. Seems to me I had to redo mine a couple of times before I got it to work correctly.....wouldn't hurt to try the baby oil thing first though.
  9. I was interested in these because it would match my current gages just as you stated. Money is a bit tight and I was just going to buy 1 for now. Figured I would just double the number for total GPH. You can get them for $179ea on boatersland and I have not been able to find any flowscan gages for the same price. Feel free to pass along any info for the flowscans if you have it. I did contact Faria and they told me that these will not work on my boat if the engines have a fuel return. I have 5.0 Merc Cruisers but I'm not sure if they have a return. I'll have to check this weekend. Thanx for the tip, I'll certainly do some more research.
  10. Thinking about adding this to my 282CR. Anyone have any experience with this type of gage?
  11. I'm not sure about plug and play....I'm sure it can be done but would probably be a lot of work. The A/C-Heat unit goes under the forward facing seat in the galley with the drain slightly aft of that and the control unit goes on the cabinet above that. SeaCock and water pump are in the engine compartment, you'd have to run the water line forward to the unit. If you need pictures, I can take some next weekend for you. Dan
  12. Just noticed that you asked me a couple of questions.....looks like you got your answer's. Sorry about that, I had not checked this thread in a while. I'm sure it'll look good at night. Show some pics when you get a chance.
  13. Yeah, I guess that makes sense...I've always call it a mooring cover....LOL
  14. Here is a picture of my mooring cover. It was made by Taylor Made through my dealer.
  15. I bought the switches from oznium.com. I'm not sure how weather resistant they are. My boat is strictly used in fresh water and I allways have the full canvas on in inclement weather. I figured they'd be ok and if they fail, I'd just go find something else. I've got it set up so that they can easily be changed.
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