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Old 16 January 2006, 16:22   #61
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some of the electrics under the console, i have glassed in some marine ply, then flo coated over the top to ensure all blends in and then have attached the electrics to this to save on drilling holes thru the console which looks a bit unsightly to me. you can see the amp for the stereo in the picture. i have two waterproof 3 gang switch panels that are fused but because i want everything fused separately then i am running separate fuses to each item of equipment as well hence the busbar running to another fuse gang. This is temporary until i fine the right type of fuse holders but i think they will do for now. i am going to try an mp3 player running straight into the amp then powering 150w jvc waterproof speakers. quite a bit more wiring to finish off yet and need to trim off the tywraps.
round bit under the console is the air temp sensor
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Old 16 January 2006, 16:31   #62
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here is the fuelfiller assembly now all nicely glassed and flocoated in

speakers are built into the base of the console

seems to have been pouring down with rain recently so have built the console out indoors in the warm!
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paddle wheel and water temp sensor and garmin transducer now fitted, i have run the cables thru the elephant trunks so a shorter run up the transome and then the wires will go horizontal into the transome boxs, all will be fibreglassed and flocoated in so they cant be seen and to maintain the waterproofing
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Old 16 January 2006, 16:35   #64
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trunking for the engine and the steering pipes, not finished yet properly due to the weather, so is hanging down a bit at the moment, but no pipes or wires will be visable!
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Old 17 January 2006, 08:05   #65
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'kin hell Chris.. That attention to finishing would put some professional peeps to shame..
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Old 17 January 2006, 09:15   #66
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thanks for the pm

yes all cables are crimped, tinned and soldered to prevent salt water ingress

Tony, thanks for the comment, must be all that spare time on my hands after taking a well earned break from ribnet!!!

actually i was an aircraft engineer for 10 years so all this type of stuff is a nice bit of fun and an nice diversion from my current business role in life.

is one of the reasons why i was keen to build out the boat myself, so everything is done to my spec...same as the house extension i have built/finishing.
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Nice fit out - it will be a shame to get it wet after all that work!
When do you expect to finish it?
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Old 18 January 2006, 05:21   #68
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thanks

tubes go on at the end of January and i expect to get the boat back mid feb. i will have around 1-2 weeks work to do when it is back so should be on the water late feb - early march, just got to hope we have reasonable weather then for the running in period

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fibreglassed and flocoated
wel arr yew gonna tel de fourum bowt yorr likkul forks pass wiv de fybirglas orr wot.

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which one? made a few!!

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