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    • granddaddy55

      Posted (edited)

      On 5/21/2019 at 7:21 AM, 23LSVOwner said:

      On a good portion of the models being built currently you may find that the extra bow weight is not needed like in the past. Most have had the batteries moved to the bow which helps a lot.

      Now, if you have more weight in the rear than recommend this will change of course.

      17 redesign year for  24 mxz, no bow weight other than bow tank, better than every brand at surfest including m235(with 1000 lb bow sac), g23 and 25 with some forward lead, and ever so slightly better than ri257, though that was close .  NSS better for transfers , ri was dialed up huge with a crew and ram fill , m was a lot of fun , 24mxzwas just better all way round with smaller crew and no additional bow weight , shape and push of wave was amazing 

      Edited by granddaddy55
    • BlindSquirrel

      Posted

      I agree with the confused crowd... ever put a car or motorcycle in gear when off, then try to push it.... she won’t move:dontknow:

    • granddaddy55

      Posted

      So I’m guessing the GSA was a big success from the vid!

    • Michigan boarder

      Posted

      I thought the oil pressure switch trips the alarm or shuts off the fuel pump at 5psi.

    • G Spot

      Posted

      11 hours ago, dreamlifeoc1 said:

      well, at 3000 rpm the engine decelerates on it's own. there is a sort of clunking sound coming from the engine.  repeated this many times. didn't sound good nor normal.  engine temp and oil pressure were normal. no error or service codes.  boat had 39% gas. I put in 87 octane (PCM owners Manila said that is the minimum). took boat to dealer. fuel lines checked ok. fuel pressure was within normal. dealer is contacting PCM for further on how to proceed. he doesn't believe it's the fuel pump.  so kinda in limbo about what is the problem.  if anyone has any suggestions I'd appreciate it.

      Dang! Sorry to hear that. I'm surprised that boat didn't come standard with the M6.

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