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Old 04-21-2019, 10:31 PM   #1
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Default 2001 maxum 2300sc Smartcraft ready or not ?

Hey everyone , thanks for taking the time to read my post . Im a new boat owner , i purchased a new to me 2001 maxum 2300sc with the 5.7 thunderbolt v ignition with the alpha one . Im looking at buying the Mercury vessel view mobile or something similir to tell me the fuel cumsumption , speed rpm and all the good stuff . I cant seem to find anywhere is the engine is smartcraft compatible . Any help or input would be awesome . Thanks alot and happy easter everyone
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Old 04-22-2019, 01:33 AM   #2
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Being equipped with a Thunderbolt ignition tells me it’s a carburetor engine and not MPI so no it’s not compatible with vessel view to my knowledge.
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Old 04-22-2019, 06:54 AM   #3
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Mike is correct....I have a 1995 2400 SCR.* In 2008 I re powered with a Mercruiser Horizon 350 MPI FWC. The deal was too good to pass up.* Seacore is now the designated model for stern drives with FWC.

Four years ago I added the Smartcraft Merc Monitor that is similar to Vessel View.* Great gadget that connects directly to the ECM. It shows real time fuel flow , trip fuel use, impeller water pressure, fuel, oil pressure, speed tachometer, hour meter, temperature and much more.* They are around $475.00 but well worth the expense for the total accuracy of the readouts...
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Being equipped with a Thunderbolt ignition tells me it’s a carburetor engine and not MPI so no it’s not compatible with vessel view to my knowledge.
Thanks a lot Mike . I guess i will just buy a Garmin Gps with a gfs 10 , at least i will have the fuel consumption .
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