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Old 17 January 2005, 03:51   #11
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Let me know if your definately going out as i'll launch and accompany you and can take some photos of the Pac in action for you and the forum

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Old 17 January 2005, 13:10   #12
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Let me know if your definately going out as i'll launch and accompany you and can take some photos of the Pac in action for you and the forum

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Richard,
Hoping to put it in the water on sunday as need to adjust trailer, just for a quick spin. Thats if I can get the mechanical stop cable etc fitted on Saturday, or it may be a bit of string. Dont think A Frame will be on by then though.
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Old 02 February 2005, 18:14   #13
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the relay is in the ali box under the helm seat the one with the fuses in the cover, remove the cover and the relay should be behind.
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100% correct found relay, chased 2 wires that werent connected to anything,put in line 1 mercury obm kill switch and bobs yer uncle.
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Excellent, let us know how you get on with the engine stop. Been fiddling with one of those bonnet release cables for a while now, but it doesn't close properly so ended up with a piece of bungy cord as a spring. Complete lash up which needs sorting. Mermaid do a stop soleniod for the fuel injection pump which I am considering fitting and then having this connected to a merc stop switch which would solve the normal and emergency engine stop in one go.

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I put in a stop cable that i got from m Dowland and routed through one of the conduet tubes to the moulded corner of seat consul (opersite corner to fuel filler cap) ive got the kill switch there as well. Got a return spring on fuel pump stop lever.
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