|Finally made the time to install my underwater LED. Wasn't too bad once I drilled the big countersunk hole in the center. Used a 3/16" bit all the way through then a 1/2" countersink bit to give it plenty or room for the 3M 4200 sealant to bed in. |
I chose to run a single high power LED opposite my single exhaust. I think it looks very balanced on the back of the boat. Have not had it in the water at night yet, maybe next weekend?
|Looks nice. Will be looking for the on water shots. Is that a bullet lines?|
|what is that down pipe coming from the exhaust? and where did u get the leds?|
|That is a Fresh Air Exhaust on his exhaust.|
|I just looked up the "Fresh Air Exhaust",does it really make a diffrence mikeski? its 450 for my boat..|
|I was expecting to see pics of you in scuba gear installing that thing. |
Ric, yes it makes a huge difference.
|Mikeski- I'm more impressed that you were allowed the time to work on a project Hope all is going well!!|
|Ben, I had to cash in some chips to get the time... I did it in less than 2 hours including cleanup, the switch is currently zip tied under the dash as I ran out of time to install it permanently. Need to wait until the pile of chips builds up again. |
Yes, Fresh Air Exhaust makes a big difference. I like it, my wife really really likes it, she says it is the best upgrade I have done to the boat.
It's the Bullet X8000 in blue.