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Old 11-15-2019, 08:59 AM
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Default Blowed up my 225 Optimax

This happened a couple weeks ago so I havent bern fishing lately.
Took the down time to gut the wiring on the boat and redo it all along with my bud Gordie Miller at Gordie"s Marine Service in Hendersonville.
Rearranging batteries in boat. 5 group 29's, one group 24.
24 is for cranking and one graph, graph hookup also monitors cranking battery status.
Three 29"s for Ulterra TM, one 29 is dedicated for Garmin 93sv+ and livescope.
One 29 is dedicated to livewell, bait tank and automatic bilge pump.
Dropping the boat off at Anderson Marine in Old Hickory Monday to have a new Yamaha 200 four stroke put on. Tired of having troubles with the 2004 Optimax 2 stroke.
Should have it back by Wednesday then have to get it on the water for hours of break in.
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Old 11-15-2019, 11:47 AM
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This happened a couple weeks ago so I havent bern fishing lately.
Took the down time to gut the wiring on the boat and redo it all along with my bud Gordie Miller at Gordie"s Marine Service in Hendersonville.
Rearranging batteries in boat. 5 group 29's, one group 24.
24 is for cranking and one graph, graph hookup also monitors cranking battery status.
Three 29"s for Ulterra TM, one 29 is dedicated for Garmin 93sv+ and livescope.
One 29 is dedicated to livewell, bait tank and automatic bilge pump.
Dropping the boat off at Anderson Marine in Old Hickory Monday to have a new Yamaha 200 four stroke put on. Tired of having troubles with the 2004 Optimax 2 stroke.
Should have it back by Wednesday then have to get it on the water for hours of break in.

Merry Christmas !! ... TK
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Old 11-15-2019, 01:19 PM
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I would think that big 4 stroke will also get much better fuel mileage.

Good luck!
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Old 11-15-2019, 03:57 PM
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Iím planning on getting out somewhere Monday if you want to join me. Iím really needing some crappie for a fish fry. But not against sauger and walleye either 😆


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