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Discussion in 'Sport Boats' started by fg3, Dec 10, 2016.
Searay has a 5 year warranty. If you have any issues, send it back.
Not much info at all? What other information are you looking to get from the module? Your parts guy is wrong. You don't need any other sensors installed. We have the same set up as you. In order to get the detailed fuel info you just need to remember to enter/reset the gallons when you fill up. In our case 30. And installation is about as easy as can get, one connection and done. Took about 10 minutes including downloading the app.
The new SPX 190 OB still isn't here yet - still a few weeks away. I've been reading comments on this and other forums and see threads about the bilge pump and lack of complete draining.
I don't have access to a dealer model so I can't look. So, where IS the bilge pump located in the OB model and how do you access it?
Do you have the Rockford Fosgate pmx-2 Head unit installed?
Did you also have the stock Rockford Fosgate PMX-2 Head unit installed?
I asked the dealer about this and they flat out told me no it’s not prewired and quoted me @$450 to buy/install two speakers.
On the 2016 it's under the main storage compartment. ( where the engine is on sterndrive models) It doesn't appear to be a simple access. Removing back and bottom screws, etc. Never needed to get in there and hope I don't need to. Maybe they improved things and made it easier with the 2019 model.
Jim, if you still have that PDF could you please post it. Wondering if there is any mention of Sea Ray eliminating the "All Sport Package". It doesn't appear as a build option anymore after they updated the website but I'm being told that it's possibly still an available option by the guys at MarineMax. Thanks!
Here is what my dealer sent me. I know he got it from their Sales Manager at SeaRay, so I would imagine a big outfit like MarineMax would have the same contact.
She came in just this week. Here's a couple of pics. Unfortunately, with snow in the forecast I don't expect to do our first sea trial until Spring.
Looks great! I like that you also added the extra pieces on the walk through and step.
I am not seeing the latches, how do you open the compartment hatches?
Same as mine. Unsnapping the carpet near that edge.
Ok, should have thought of that. I was thinking it was glued down like on my swim platform.
I have the snap on woven carpet, had a screw pull up out of the deck when I got home. Thinking wind grabbed it and pulled it out.
I didn't "add" them. That's the way it came through.
Even better. SR should have done that from the start.
I would like to reprop my 21'SPX with Merc 150.
Would like suggestions on what to go with to give me better power for tubing. I am thinking 4 blade but not sure of pitch, currently 17. Thinking more low end torque and planing quicker.
Top end speed is not important. Mainly tubing the Grands and cruising at around 30 MPH or so.
I am running a 17” pitch 4 blade on my 19spx. If you are running a 17” 3 blade and want better performance for water sports then go with a 16” mercury 4 blade. The 4 blades give you better hole shot, lower planning speeds and better handling around the docks especially in reverse. You do give up some top speed with a 4 blade.
Thanks Jeremy, What prop brand and model did you go with?
Looks like Jeremy answered your question ... while I was trying to find a new , “live” link to the inter-active Mercury Marine Prop Selector I stumbled across last season:
And then, there is also this one (which has a great selection on “How To Find The Right Prop”): https://acbprop.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Quicksilver2018.pdf
This is a topic about which “I know Nuttink!” and so your question (and the answer(s) are more reasons why I’m glad I subscribed to this thread!
Thanks ThorSen, Where in WNC are you? I have a place in Cashiers.