Best Saltwater Treatment

Discussion in 'Gas Engines/Drives/Transmissions/Props' started by Hunter, Feb 2, 2018.

  1. Hunter

    Hunter New Member

    9
    Oct 21, 2017
    2004 Sea Ray 240 Sundancer
    Mercruiser with Bravo III Outdrive
    I have a 2004 240 Sundancer that I currently have moored on fresh water. I have been wanting to move it over to salt water soon and am wondering what the best options are to save my engine. Should I add a Neutra-Salt system? Convert to closed cooling? Or add a flush kit? Are there other options that I missed?

    Thanks,
    Hunter
     
  2. Boston-boater

    Boston-boater Member

    132
    Oct 29, 2013
    Marion/Massachusetts
    2000 310 DA
    350 Horizons v drive
    Full closed cooling will protect your engine the most. With that only your risers and the heat exchangers are exposed to saltwater. Since you're engine has never been exposed to salt water, conversion should be possible. Adding flush out and salt away are extra protection.
     
  3. rmlsll

    rmlsll Member

    146
    Oct 11, 2009
    Saugatuck MI / Cape Coral FL
    340 Sundancer 2004 /
    240 Sundeck 2007 /
    10' Zodiac
    Twin 8.1 merc,. V-Drive /
    5.0 merc., bravo 3
    I have a 240SD in salt water. I installed full closed cooling on it and flush the raw water side after every trip.
     

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