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Old 27 March 2016, 10:51   #21
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Engine reinstalled and running like a champ.
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Old 27 March 2016, 10:54   #22
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Yamaha 760cc 80hp twin two strokes in these..? Not a lot I don't know about these, I've rebuilt 6 or 7 over the years and run one weekly.

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Ok thanks. Question. The oil pump has 2 hoses going to the carb intake. Is the oil just supposed to drip out of these hoses right into the carb Venturi?
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Old 12 April 2016, 09:39   #23
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Hull turned out OK. Mounted the Garmin Downview transducer. Don't think it will be in the way.
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Old 12 April 2016, 09:41   #24
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New wheel and electronics powered up.
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Will look pretty at night
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Just about done. Tubes will be cleaned more. Does anyone know how to get these stains off the rub rail?
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Old 12 April 2016, 10:13   #27
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Looks really nice and clean. I'm surprised the tubes look that good considering how PVC likes the Sun.
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Just about done. Tubes will be cleaned more. Does anyone know how to get these stains off the rub rail?
Try chlorine bleach or any brand of mold and mildew remover.
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Ok thanks. Question. The oil pump has 2 hoses going to the carb intake. Is the oil just supposed to drip out of these hoses right into the carb Venturi?
Hi Tony,

Yes that's correct, it dribbles in at the carb, just below the air filter mesh - its a shockingly crude system and best bypassed. Premix your fuel (500ml oil to 20ltrs gas) and remove this single point of failure.
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Just about done. Tubes will be cleaned more. Does anyone know how to get these stains off the rub rail?
Hi Tony,

I had the same on my Ribeye, nothing touched it until I tried the below - they breakdown the surface layer slightly releasing the marks.

Ribstore Toluene Hypalon Fabric Cleaner Primer Solvent 250ml 500ml

Ribstore MEK PVC solvent for PVC RIB and Dinghy Repairs - 250ml or...

You'd need to source locally, but I promise you it'll shift it!
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