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I decided to swap out my 318's for a pair of 350 Chevy's. Has anyone else done this in a 28 express? I think I might run into a clearance issue with the floor, since the Chryslers are real tight as it is. I plan on using the existing 1:1 velvet drive transmissions. Any insight from someone that has ...
- Wed May 17, 2017 11:41 pm
- Forum: Electrical and Electronics
- Topic: electronics upgrade
- Replies: 7
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I have two transom mounts located between the engines. They work fine to about 7-8 mph, then the turbulence makes it hard to pick up fish. But I can usually track bottom up to full cruise speed of 27-28 mph.
- Sat May 06, 2017 12:09 pm
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: Removing water from gas tank
- Replies: 9
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Sea foam does nothing for water in fuel. Use heet or some other kind of isopropyl additive after you pump the tank dry. If you don't pump it completely dry, I believe that you will be fighting this problem for a long time. I have pumped out many boat tanks in my time. Usually put a primer bulb on fu...
You would need a 20-25 hp kicker to be able to move the boat 6-8 mph. It would use less fuel than the v8's, but that little motor would be screaming away and probably get annoying after a little bit.
Like other have said, there are many ways that one can check what the rotation is, with the easiest being, just cranking it over. Rockxx, rh rotation is not standard, it is opposite rotation.