Originally Posted by willk
Look for EMM max operating temps. The EMM runs hot and is cooled by raw seawater introduced via very small diameter tubes. My REPLACEMENT EMMs never ran above 46 degrees when I owned them. The units they replaced had been run at up to boiling. At £1000 a throw, not something you want to happen...
Thanks these are the tips I need to know!
Just looked at the emm temp on the round Ireland 90 report 170*F nearly the same as the max engine temp at 174*F
Is this good bad or normal ?
Might do a compression check if they let me, heard they should be 120 even.
Just found out there is no control box with it, will my Morse Type33 cable one fit?