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    One engine surges, the other engine revving too high - help

    Best feeling in the world! Especially when it takes a few minutes and minimal effort!
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    One engine surges, the other engine revving too high - help

    Glad to hear it was an easy fix! It's weird how quickly they go bad. Before I had work on my boat for a year and didn't use, except when the dealership ran it on occasion for a total of 2-3 hours for the entire year, I had just down all the maintenance, including the spark plugs. When I got my...
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    Speedster cavitation when starting out WOT

    No problem at all!! First time I drove mine and felt it, I too was concerned and felt the same way! I try to do my best to help reassure people in any way I can. I'm more of a physics kinda guy so I spend a lot of time trying to understand how things works. But as far as performance, I think...
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    Worry over electronic parts for my 2012 230 challenger SE

    From personal experiences, some parts are easier to get than others, while others are not so much. Some of the few OEM parts I couldn't get are with ECMs (different programing compared to Scarab ones), dashboard switches (The internal mechanisms and connections are identical so I ended up taking...
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    One engine surges, the other engine revving too high - help

    I always keep a spare set of plugs on the boat in addition to replacing all of them annually.
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    Speedster cavitation when starting out WOT

    And as you stated about the wear rings looking fine, you should be fine. It's more concerning if you eased on the throttle and were caveating or unable to get close to top speed, then we have a problem.But in my opinion, that's normal! I can't remember the engine configurations for the 150, but...
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    Speedster cavitation when starting out WOT

    As @pvamax said, you can't go WOT from a standstill, it's just how it's designed. The way a jet pump works is not just only by shooting out jets of water backwards, but also by the intake pulling the boat forward as it sucks in water. If you could aim the jet nozzle straight up, the boat would...
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    210 SP Ski Mode

    One thing Id check next time you use ski mode is to see if the RPMs are at the right revs. I haven't had any issue with my ski mode before, but I on my previous jet boat (AR 190), it'd accelerate fine normally but when it came time for me to ski, the engine would bog down so hard, it would...
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    Supercharger Melt Down - Your opinion wanted

    New to the thread and trying to catch up, but I would NOT have the dealership do anything. I didn't have a SC failure, but I had an issue with a port engine ECM not powering down when the key was out. When I used the battery cut off switch, and turned it back on the next time I was out, hour...
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    When should I rebuild my supercharger?

    You're definitely fine in stretching it over the 2yr limit. Personally, I would probably be comfortable pushing it to 4yrs but I usually hit the hour limit first.
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    Bimini Base Mount Clip

    While out on the lake over the weekend, had an issue with my canopy detaching from the base mount a few times while driving. Looking at the base mount, it seems to be that the black plastic insert was worn out and allowing the bimini clip to wobble more freely and unlatch easier. Besides...
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    Pull-out Cleats Sliding

    Thank you very much for that walk through!
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    Pull-out Cleats Sliding

    Wow, thanks for the update! I have not tried that yet, been busy but I am having the dealership look into it. (They're checking out some electrical issues with my ECMs and odometers). How was removing the seats? I definitely want to remove the back cushions that are on the engine hatch and...
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    Rebuilding Supercharger

    Haha I know what you mean. For the sake of ensuring everything works, especially on a system that takes a lot of abuse as the SCs at high revs, I would rather spend the money to let someone who has experience and knows what they're doing rebuilding them then me learning and accidentally blowing...
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    Pull-out Cleats Sliding

    Thank you for that illustration. I also do the same thing and works fine for me as well. I don't have any issue with the stock cleats, just figured if I have to access the cleats to tighten them up, I may as well use it as an excuse to upgrade the cleats to 6" cleats.
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    Pull-out Cleats Sliding

    I will probably end up tightening it. 4" is fine, just could do better, if that makes sense. I'm not totally against 4" but if I get a 6" cleat, would feel more comfortable tying up. Had some issues with putting bumpers and dock ropes and a small wave was able to push the boat enough to cause...
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    Pull-out Cleats Sliding

    The rear cleats are lose and for me, I haven't removed the seats before so it's a matter of trying to figure out how to do that without messing things up. But If I go through that trouble, I may just end up swapping out the cleats for larger 6 in pull out cleats if I can find them as I find...
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    Pull-out Cleats Sliding

    That is my current plan for this weekend. Just need to figure out how to remove the rear seats to access them since I can't tighten them from the outside.
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    Pull-out Cleats Sliding

    Not sure which specific models have pull out cleat options, but I noticed 2 of mine were a bit loose and would slide up and down using your hands. Does anyone have any experience with this issue? May attempt to remove the seats to hopefully access it and, if I have to replace them, try to get 6"...
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    Rattling Noise 2007 Challenger 180

    As everyone else mentioned, it's fairly normal. I think it maybe from the slack in the reverse bucket system rattling a bit from the impeller vibrations. But as @JPass mentioned, several seconds, not minutes.
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