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Discussion in 'Sport Yachts/Yachts' started by Four Suns, Aug 14, 2010.
Yes, starboard side you need to remove the bar. Port side remove sofa, corner cabinet.
So that issue is most luxurious Kelly because it is a small unit inside your helm as an aftermarket installed by the dealer. You most likely have a bunch on vents and all the air is diffused. Mine keeps me just cool to function with a following wind. Otherwise I open the isinglass.
I have a couple questions for you guys - any one have experience with the fuel switches?- The gen feeds off port tank, if you switch the port main to the starboard tank does it affect the gen feed as well?
And has anyone ever changed out one of the drains in the shower/Head? - just the strainer. If so source? Any trick to unscrewing?
Russ, sorry no help. I haven't done anything with the fuel switches or the drain in the shower.
Russ, the fuel pickup for the generator is separate from the engine pickup on the port side. It is designed so if you start to run low on fuel your genny will cut out as the pickup is higher than the engine pickup. So it should not be a problem.
Shower drain.... good luck I have seen a lot of people ask and never an answer.
I am biting the bullet tomorrow. Having a certified Cat mechanic do a diagnostics test on my Cats. They are running great but I am getting black smoke out the exhausts when powering up from cruise speed to plane. Any guesses on what the diagnostics is going to cost me? They are charging almost $200 round trip from the shop to the marina. I am just wanting to make sure everything is in order.
What lube should I use to ease the pain?