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  1. Thread: Faded motor

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    If you want an easy clear coat, go on Ebay and...

    If you want an easy clear coat, go on Ebay and buy a couple cans of 2K clear. It's not terribly expensive and gets you fairly close to an automotive style paint job. Wear a respirator though.
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    They'll be having a sale on Flicker Shads too...

    They'll be having a sale on Flicker Shads too probably, good time to stock up.
  3. Thread: Faded motor

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    That one looks pretty far gone. You can...

    That one looks pretty far gone.

    You can undoubtedly clean it up and make it look better, but to make it like new it would require a repaint.

    Scotch brite and soapy water does wonders for...
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    I use waypoints instead of buoys. Sometimes I...

    I use waypoints instead of buoys. Sometimes I wish I had dropped one, but I don't really like fooling with them, have had them blow away, tangle, whatever too many times.

    With SI, you can move...
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    I like 10 or 20lb braid, and a short mono leader...

    I like 10 or 20lb braid, and a short mono leader for ease of tying. Used many different brands, they all work about the same.

    The smaller diameter of braid gives you more dive depth with less line...
  6. Your service information should have a procedure...

    Your service information should have a procedure for checking oil pump output.

    For my Suzuki, you essentially use a graduated cylinder with a hose barb on the bottom, and a short hose to the oil...
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    I have a dozen or more different ones by am...

    I have a dozen or more different ones by am pretty much always using either blue ice or lights out (black/chart).
  8. Thread: Faded motor

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    If it's not faded too bad, you might have some...

    If it's not faded too bad, you might have some luck wetsanding and buffing. Worth a try at least.

    If it is totally degraded down to the aluminum, or cracked on the cowling, you're better of...
  9. Looks like the top cylinder is scored the worst....

    Looks like the top cylinder is scored the worst. That's not really super concerning yet, but likely a symptom of the issue that you're experiencing.

    Just to cover all the bases, the motor is...
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    All clear as of Sunday. Shouldn't have any...

    All clear as of Sunday. Shouldn't have any trouble.

    From what I've heard, CC is a little precarious because the water is so low, and I believe Cedar Ridge and High point are closed for the same...
  11. If the upper water tube seal was damaged, you'd...

    If the upper water tube seal was damaged, you'd be losing water before it ever got to the power head.

    The middle and top cylinder will run hotter since they are the last to get water, which may...
  12. What about the upper water tube seal, #11 in the...

    What about the upper water tube seal, #11 in the diagram you posted earlier?
  13. Thread: Fuel line

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    No, as long as it fits the quick connect on the...

    No, as long as it fits the quick connect on the motor and the tank.

    Many filters and primers have dual size nipples that will take either, and for the most part you can either clamp down 3/8 on...
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    I am kind of in the same boat. I have spot lock,...

    I am kind of in the same boat. I have spot lock, but the first generation of it and it's not that great. Still, I use it all the time and I wouldn't want to go without it. Most guys seem to use both....
  15. Thread: Fuel line

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    Yeah. It should not be used in enclosed bilge...

    Yeah.

    It should not be used in enclosed bilge areas, and it's not very UV resistant. It only lasts a couple years, but at least it is cheap and won't clog up the fuel system like a lot of marine...
  16. Thread: Plastic tanks

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    Boats designed for a vented tank should have some...

    Boats designed for a vented tank should have some sort of ventilation setup. Mine has two scoops in the deck, one facing towards, one backwards, that allow air to circulate through the bilge.

    You...
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    I always just pulled the boat up to the pump and...

    I always just pulled the boat up to the pump and stuck the filler nozzle right in the tank. Never took it out.

    You could take the tank out and bring it to a welder, have them cut a hole in it and...
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    As long as it doesn't have a CVT you should be...

    As long as it doesn't have a CVT you should be fine, as long as the ramps aren't real steep. FWD works against you on steep ramps.

    A small boat is not much different than 4 big fellers in the...
  19. Yamahas and Suzukis use a variable rate gear...

    Yamahas and Suzukis use a variable rate gear driven oil pump, with small hoses that dispense oil into the intake behind each carb. There are several sensors that monitor oil flow, oil level, water...
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    It's mostly for guys that don't have a "house"...

    It's mostly for guys that don't have a "house" battery already dedicated to electronics.

    If ran on the cranking battery, it can discharge them in a few hours of non-stop use. Not a good situation.
  21. I have one from Sierra, Bass Pro has them on the...

    I have one from Sierra, Bass Pro has them on the shelf, they come as a kit with everything you should need. Even if it doesn't help your issue, it's a good thing to have since it will show issues...
  22. Do you have a water pressure gauge on this motor?...

    Do you have a water pressure gauge on this motor?

    Might shed some light on the issue.
  23. Sometimes, but not always. If they are, I've...

    Sometimes, but not always.

    If they are, I've noticed that a lot of times the bigger fish are not in the same area. Might be just off the bottom on one side of the pile, deep in the brush,...
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    Sort of like comparing a Cadillac to a Honda...

    Sort of like comparing a Cadillac to a Honda Accord.

    Trackers are an entry level boat. They're plenty fine, craftsmanship has gotten way better, but they're still built to meet a low price point....
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    As mentioned, it really depends on what you want...

    As mentioned, it really depends on what you want to do with it.

    The Topper models are pretty light duty, designed to be lightweight for hauling in a pickup and floating down streams and ponds. The...
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    I would try something like Loctite 518. It will...

    I would try something like Loctite 518. It will dry, but not super hard and you shouldn't have any trouble unscrewing it or adjusting periodically.
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    If they are really a problem, you could remove...

    If they are really a problem, you could remove them and either install a hydrofoil, or a pair of smart tabs. They all do the same thing.
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    Fill the bilge with a hose and start looking for...

    Fill the bilge with a hose and start looking for drips. Just enough to cover the bottom of the hull.

    If you suspect a leak at the livewell drains, cork the outlets at the transom or wherever they...
  29. Thread: SI picture

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    The void directly beneath the boat is the area...

    The void directly beneath the boat is the area where the cone angles are separated. SI fires off a cone to either side, with a void in the middle that is filled with 2D or DI.

    The black area off...
  30. Thread: Ground wire?

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    I've wondered the same thing. I've never used it,...

    I've wondered the same thing. I've never used it, but do get some interference when both the bow and console units are running, I may hook it up and see what it does.
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