New 200 Suzuki motors on

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whiteknight
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Re: New 200 Suzuki motors on

Postby whiteknight » Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:59 am

Hey Wiz,
What are your plans for the hole where the old switches were? I going with the twelve switch panel also.

wizness
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Re: New 200 Suzuki motors on

Postby wizness » Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:05 pm

whiteknight wrote:Hey Wiz,
What are your plans for the hole where the old switches were? I going with the twelve switch panel also.


Ordered a glove box through boat outfitters. They make any size you need. About $350.

whiteknight
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Re: New 200 Suzuki motors on

Postby whiteknight » Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:54 pm

Finally got my console panels in and they look awsome for the MFD and Suzuki gauges. These panels are 1/2" thick with polished edges with heat sink inserts. I am scheduled to splash some time next week.

wizness
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Re: New 200 Suzuki motors on

Postby wizness » Fri Jul 20, 2018 7:49 pm

whiteknight wrote:Finally got my console panels in and they look awsome for the MFD and Suzuki gauges. These panels are 1/2" thick with polished edges with heat sink inserts. I am scheduled to splash some time next week.


Dang mine are only 1/4 thick. Did you get your own ones made or is that something they got done for you? Def would like that set up. My fuel gauge readings are still messed up and won't read right, I hope yours will read correct. Will be the 3rd time I'm gonna have to drop it off to get it done. Also gonna try different props to try to dial it in a bit better. Runs good now but I think there a little wiggle room there. After my glove box and fittings for my washdown pump come in that I added my boat will finally be done. Rewiring the console made a huge difference. I can finally tell what's going on in there. Everything is heat shrink wrapped and labeled.

ElKatCo
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Re: New 200 Suzuki motors on

Postby ElKatCo » Mon Jul 30, 2018 1:37 pm

what props? Top end?

wizness
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Re: New 200 Suzuki motors on

Postby wizness » Mon Jul 30, 2018 5:05 pm

16x20 prop..top end about 48. Going to switch to 16x21.5 since I can over rev the current props.


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