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Discussion in 'Sport Cruisers' started by biggerboatitis, Apr 7, 2009.
Just kidding, it sounds great!
Just got to the boat, I’ll post in a bit. No worries
So here we are,
Trimmed to fit
Bedding, no more excuses about not sleeping on the boat. It’s the little wins that count.
Thank you sir, Aft cabin door fixed as well, getting ready to bath her, she REALLY needs it after the long weekend.
Ok crew, I’m getting ready for risers but, look at my picture of what is currently installed. Broker told me both engines were replaced at different times, no receipts. Super electrician was stumped about which one was newer. Which way do I go to get them the same? Appears the starboard engine has dry risers? It does run about 5-10 degrees warmer, right about 170 where the port engine runs a touch over 160. Thanks in advance.
I’m getting ready to install a Heater Craft 4 port heat exchanger. I was wondering if anyone has done this and where did you locate the box. I was thinking of 3 places.
1: Under the helm seat which is empty.
2: Under the port seat.
3: Under the rear seat that is on the bilge cover.
Hi Rick ... all good choices! As the heat exchange unit placement choices in your examples are above the engine, an aux water pump will be required to move the hot water up to the 4-hole unit. There are a few excellent posts on CSR, including one with lots of photos of an install behind the starboard side panel in the under-helm sleeping berth. HeaterCraft is a great company to work with, and good luck with the install!
I could not find the right search words, what should I use?
There are a few posts ...
Search for "heatercraft"
And, here is the link with pictures!
Hey Brothers and Sisters, Happy T-Day
Indeed! Everyone travel safe and enjoy!!
We have lights!
I’m well under way with the installation. I put it under the helm seat. What are my options for the power and ground connections?
With my cars, I usually connect to the fuse panel.
Here's some pics of the inst
I connected to power at the breaker panel under the helm. It worked beautifully. To route the wires, I removed the ceiling panel in the aft berth. When I went to reinstall, there is a large gap at the end. It was hanging a little loose when I removed it. I'm thinking of adding a filler. Has anyone encountered this?
I have run wires behind the headliner without removing it by using a fish tape. You may be able to use a filler behind the fabric, if there's enough excess material.
That’s a great idea! I’ll have to check. Thanks