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Old 18 October 2019, 00:55   #1
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Fuel/Oil Hose 200ETEC

Morning all.

It looks like I have a nice condition 2014 200ETEC lined up for The Nashers Revenge when the owner gets it swapped for a newer engine after X-Mas.

In the mean time I can do some prep work and gather the bits and pieces I need to swap it out for my old DT200EFI.
Iím also upgrading and re-fitting some areas of the boat at the same time.

Rather than bother the owner with a couple of questions, I thought Iíd consult the collective Oracle.

Fuel hose. I assume it will require 3/8ĒID (@10mm) hose?

2-Stroke Oil tank. Is it under the engine cover on a 200ETEC? Or is it a separate tank to mount in the boat?

If a separate tank, what ID hose does it require?

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Old 18 October 2019, 01:52   #2
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Morning all.



It looks like I have a nice condition 2014 200ETEC lined up for The Nashers Revenge when the owner gets it swapped for a newer engine after X-Mas.



In the mean time I can do some prep work and gather the bits and pieces I need to swap it out for my old DT200EFI.

Iím also upgrading and re-fitting some areas of the boat at the same time.



Rather than bother the owner with a couple of questions, I thought Iíd consult the collective Oracle.



Fuel hose. I assume it will require 3/8ĒID (@10mm) hose?



2-Stroke Oil tank. Is it under the engine cover on a 200ETEC? Or is it a separate tank to mount in the boat?



If a separate tank, what ID hose does it require?



Thanks



Nasher.


The oil tank is separate. I used the same hose as the fuel hose on mine.
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Old 18 October 2019, 03:09   #3
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Thanks PD, can you remember what ID Hose you used?

I'm hoping it's 3/8" as that's what I'm using for the old DT at the moment, so the tank outlet and filtration is all set up for it. I've seen somewhere, but can't find it again, that the 200ETEC is meant to run 1/2" (12mm) ID hose, but find that hard to believe.

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Old 18 October 2019, 03:44   #4
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Thanks PD, can you remember what ID Hose you used?

I'm hoping it's 3/8" as that's what I'm using for the old DT at the moment, so the tank outlet and filtration is all set up for it. I've seen somewhere, but can't find it again, that the 200ETEC is meant to run 1/2" (12mm) ID hose, but find that hard to believe.

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I used 3/8Ē but that was on a 115hp.
Afaik itís 3/8Ē across the range but I wouldnít bet your engine on it. On a side note, the battery electrics have to be spot on with the Etecs, solid clean connections, quality isolators if fitted. Itís possible to blow the EMM if thereís an open circuit on the battery side with the engine running.
Best place for all Etec info is the Etec owners group, just be patient with the cousins. If you look on the BRP website, you can download the owners manuals which have the rigging info.
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Thanks PD, that's really good info.

I was planning on a pair of new batteries and cables, I now have crimp tooling for larger cable than I installed years ago, but wasn't looking to replace my ancient but robust and reliable battery selector switch.
Perhaps I should budget for something more sophisticated to be safe.

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Old 18 October 2019, 04:12   #6
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Thanks PD, that's really good info.

I was planning on a pair of new batteries and cables, I now have crimp tooling for larger cable than I installed years ago, but wasn't looking to replace my ancient but robust and reliable battery selector switch.
Perhaps I should budget for something more sophisticated to be safe.

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If possible ask for an engine printout before you part with any cash. This will show if the EMM is working properly. I might have a spare engine diagnostic cable kicking about somewhere, canít remember if Iíve sold it or not. The software can be obtained online. I have the older software which was good for engines up to 2010my. It will work with newer engines but wonít have full functionality.
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I used 3/8Ē but that was on a 115hp.
Afaik itís 3/8Ē across the range but I wouldnít bet your engine on it. On a side note, the battery electrics have to be spot on with the Etecs, solid clean connections, quality isolators if fitted. Itís possible to blow the EMM if thereís an open circuit on the battery side with the engine running.
Best place for all Etec info is the Etec owners group, just be patient with the cousins. If you look on the BRP website, you can download the owners manuals which have the rigging info.


https://www.etecownersgroup.com/
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Thanks PD, that's my weekend gone then when I'm not sat in front of the TV watching the Rugby of course.

If you have the old lead knocking about let me know how much you'd like for it.

The engine will be removed by a dealer and palletised using what the owners new engine comes in, I've already asked him to get the dealer to run the engine up and supply a report on it before I part with any more than a deposit

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