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I believe whatever coating system used should at least last the length of the warranty period and be covered if it fails. There telling because it’s been used in salt water it want be covered.
I want to transition to a electric fuel pump in my 89 sunsetter.
Any schematics for setting it up with a relay, oil pressure switch and bypass?
Thanks in advance everyone!
Pull the motor to replace everything? What? Are you using it on the river? That is a bit brackish, no? It is not like you are wakeboarding at Surfer's. Saltwater kits help, but do not prevent, SW damage. But it takes a fair bit to wreck an engine in salt. You can coat the engine with things like Boeshield etc.
Salt is rough, but it speaks to the quality of coating that is going on the engine, unless there is some adverse condition I would certainly think this would be an exception
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