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  1. For those of you who are running a Yamaha 70 4-stroke on your skiffs; Can you tell me what type of cruise and top end speeds you are getting from that combination? Thanks!
  2. hawg

    2300dv Original Aux Swith pattern/layout

    Here you go.
  3. hawg

    Trim Tab switch boot

    Try a local marine supply store. West Marine generally has them as well but they tend to be a bit more expensive there.
  4. I'm just south of Miami. If he's interested, have him call 786-242-3677. Ask for Frank.
  5. 2010 Yamaha 40 HP 4-Stroke. 570 Hours. Runs Well. Good condition. Power Tech Stainless Prop. Can Demo on the water. $3400.
  6. Try finding your way around Hell's Bay with a Garmin. The display shows you on dry land most of the time.
  7. hawg

    All Carbon Infused Pathfinder 2300HPS

    Looks like we're having spaghetti for supper again tonight!
  8. $120.New in the box. Never used.Will ship.
  9. hawg

    Nizpro Tune // 250 SHO

    Has anyone explored the longevity issues of tuning a 250 HP engine to produce 325 HP? It might be an unfair comparison, but back in the late 60's and early 70's my friends who tricked out their cars to achieve this type of performance gain invariably ended up blowing up their engines.
  10. hawg

    Power Tech Prop for Sale

    Can you tell me what RPM you were getting out of this prop and the type of boat it was on (weight and length)? Also, was the 300 a 4 or 2 stroke? Thanks.
  11. Check the existing wire runs. You might find a piece of cord tied off at the entrances. It would have been placed there in order to pull new wires through the run. If you use them, don't forget to attach a new piece of cord while you're pulling the new wiring through. Good luck!
  12. hawg

    fuel filter on yamaha 250

    I don't know if you have a strap wrench, but that might work as well.
  13. hawg

    fuel filter on yamaha 250

    My 300 HPDI has a similar set-up. The last time I changed that filter, I needed a pair of channel-locks to (gently) loosen the bowl. I sprayed some silicon lube on the threads before I reassembled it.
  14. OK, just to beat a dead horse. I packed up my failed pump and took it to the post office to mail it back to Shurflo for a warranty return. The shipping cost was $10.20 which I'm sure is much more than I would have paid to buy the West Marine in-house warranty in the first place. Lesson learned.
  15. hawg

    Electrical help please, I’m a novice!

    Those are in-line circuit breakers. You can buy them at most marine-supply stores. You will need to determine how many amps they are rated for. That amp rating should be printed or stamped somewhere on the unit. There is a chance that the top circuit breaker (pictured) has a higher amp rating than the bottom one. While you're in the area, you might want to unscrew the battery selector switch from the bulkhead and check the condition of the connections on the back of the switch as well.
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