Unless that boat is very heavy it should be going faster then that, 5000 is a bit too much when going that slow
How about a photo as the Merc kit on a 225 included the manifolds in the freshwater so I would like to see what you are removing and get raw water...
You always need to look in the parts book of the 2 engines, its the only way to know
I dont see how you could protect a battery in a bank when its used for large load like cranking
If the battery cca is 600amp what good is putting...
Wow, sad loss
What a great asset he was to the boating world and especially this forum
Crane it off the trailer and put it on some very flat ground to find out if both hulls are lined up with each other.
Or lift it up and use a laser
lots of racing yachts have retractable drives, big Stainless CV with seals and long folding deadwood so when its up its all flush.
torque ( ftlbs) and horsepower is usually the same number at 5252 rpm due to the math
Torque = rpm /5252 so the graphs cross or at least meet
Its the new AC boat , but slightly larger
Anything without a jib, is what will go highest to the wind. Just look at the high performance boats without jibs. look at modern grandprix race...
When the air is less dense the turbo spins faster, a piece of physics aircraft take advantage of.
I'm not sure what you can do a thesis on this,...
been happening since the invention of the wheel, aging population in the west will work out perfectly.
Asia with millions is toast.......
could run it from your local pub!
Wärtsilä successfully tests remote control ship operating capability...
C and D jets are flowed from opposite directions. The bore of the jet can vary, the stamp is the closest flow reference hence dont drill them
at our club the boats with copper coat still get cleaned every 2 weeks just like all the other anti foul systems, the only difference is they are...
post a photo of the engine with the cowl off
operator manuals can be bought from here
we need a photo
does your new engine have a one piece exhaust housing or an adapter in it?
Maybe its easier to make the 25 a 15" engine?
of course 2 screwdrivers and you can jump the solenoid
Pretty much any carby outboard you can unplug the loom and pull start it.