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About Me
Username:
rallyart
First Name:
Art
Gender:
Birthday: (57 years old)
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Home Ride Spot:
Favorite Rider(s):
My kids
Personal Quote:
Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want.
My Gear
Board(s):
Slingshot Response, O'brien Coda, Hyperlite, Inland Surfer Blue Lake, Phase 5 Prop, AirChair.
My Boat
Boat Year:
2006
Boat Make:
Sanger
Boat Model:
D215
Trailer:
Sport Boat
Engine:
Mercruiser Scorpion 330
Prop:
Acme 911
Ballast Setup:
Stock 500 in forward ski locker.
300# Fly High tube sac in the rear locker.
400# Fly High in the rear lounge floor when surfing.
Three 150# Fly High fat bricks moved where needed when surfing.
Stereo Setup:
Stock yucky set up that is almost never on.
Options / Accessories:
Bennett trim tab - excellent
Fresh Air Exhaust - the best addition
Perfect Pass Star Gazer - very nice to have
Depth finder - good for adding confidence near a dock.
Bimini - could be bigger but it never rattles. Stock
Fly High wakeboard racks - very solid and easy to use.
Box Anchor - simply better than any other anchor I've used.
Hul Hug'r fenders - good for a low profile boat.
Two 3 outlet heaters, one cockpit, one lounge -Great.
Tow Vehicle:
Saab 9-7x, 2007 4.2
Recent Activity
3 hour(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Sanger guys
Brandon, I went from the 515 to the 911 and only lost 2 mph (20% change in pitch 5% change in speed). You would probably run faster with the 525 and its lower pitch than you do with the 515 because you would be closer to the optimum HP of your en...
2 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: noise pollution discussion
I'm with you Jack, but I'd apply that to exhaust noise also. More seriously, however, sound travels over water much further than over land. Especially at night. I can hear conversations from where the houseboats anchor a full mile across the la...
4 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Wake Plate
The outside edge only has to move 1/4" to make a difference in how the boat lifts out of the water. You can replace it with a hydraulic tab, or remove it completely and fill the holes in the hull if you want the stern lower The biggest reason why...
8 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Teak oil - any special recommendations? Which brands better than others?
Great to hear J.mo
9 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Sanger question
Mercruiser wiring harnesses are standardized and have extra plugs and wires normally. I don't know what those plugs are specifically. You'll find the problems eventually. Right now you just get to understand everything on your boat better... (O...
10 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Sanger question
Mine is around 65-75 when cold. 40-50 when the oil is up to temperature. That's with full synthetic.
11 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Behold a Pale horse.
I wanna see the dash cam video from the horse. They've all got them in Russia, don't they?
11 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Sanger question
Don't be silly Danny. No Sanger ever has a real problem. lol Hi oil pressure will just lose a little horsepower. It does not hurt the engine. If the temperature stays high that is more of an issue but it comes down to poor flow from the impelle...
11 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Heater trouble shooting
I'd leave it but write a note to the dealer to inform them, in case of a future problem. Good job finding the problem.
11 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Heater trouble shooting
You should have had lots of heat then so something is not getting the hot water through the heater. Look at where the exit line is from the block. It's normally before the thermostat as that has the best flow and highest positive pressure. The ...
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