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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In all honesty, its probably impossible to get the original wiring diagram. Also, I would be willing to bet that there has been alot of re-wiring and changes made to the wiring and electrical system of the boat. If you describe exactly what your trying to do, install fix or re-wire I may be able to better assist
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Check the running height of the motor.The prop shaft should be about one inch below the straight line of the bottom of the running bottom of the boat.With a cleaver prop it may be lower.A chopper prop is the best and you can run every bit of that.2 inches if pitch is = to about 500 revs.Try a few props 1st before you pay the dollars for a new one.The bouncing is the wrong transom height and prop.You don,t need a cav plate if the boat is set up right.(a cav plate extension like a manta).Bad dealers may want to sell you these.A well set up boat doesn't.I've set up and run a lot of ski racing boats and all have never needed any "bolt on parts".Its mainly a motor height and prop selection thing.Hope this helps
Posted on May 05, 2010
SOURCE: mice ate wiring
Try to trace all wires and see if the metal part is still intact. Do not turn it on or allow electricity to pass yet! If wire metal intact, get some good quality black electrical tape and carefully tape all the exposed metal. When done, test system.
To prevent problem, use moth balls, fabric softener sheets, or pine sol soaked on cloths to deter mice & rats. If possible, use old- fashion mouse or rat traps with peanut butter to kill intruders to your boat. If you agressively eliminate them, the problem will be solved, but you may have to periodically repeat the trap use.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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