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Old 08-01-2018, 01:15 AM   #1
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Default precision pilot motor

looking for mercruiser part #40503T4 motor assembly can't find one anywherefor 2001 maxum 2300
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Old 08-01-2018, 01:31 AM   #2
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Doesnít seem to be available nor is there a replacement.

What is it as Iím not fimilar with the term? If the motor is whatís bad try a local place that rebuilds car starters as they may be able to repair it.
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The Precision Pilot was an option this boat Maxum 2300 premium edition it is 36 volts (3-12 volt 35 amp batteries) a control box and battery equalizer one bow thruster and two stern thrusters controled by a by a joystick, apparently did not sell many, it was geared to someone that never had a boat, it makes docking very easy as you can use the thrusters to move in any direction,mine has workrd really well until this motor died hoprefully I can get it rebuilt. I don,t really need it to use the boat but it does get really strange looks when wind is offsetting me from pier and I just go sideways with no issues or into a tight spot.
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thanks for the welcome aboard too, also the hull of the boat was made for this system it is really different and I want to keep it operational.
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Old 08-02-2018, 01:28 AM   #6
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The Precision Pilot was an option this boat Maxum 2300 premium edition it is 36 volts (3-12 volt 35 amp batteries) a control box and battery equalizer one bow thruster and two stern thrusters controled by a by a joystick, apparently did not sell many, it was geared to someone that never had a boat, it makes docking very easy as you can use the thrusters to move in any direction,mine has workrd really well until this motor died hoprefully I can get it rebuilt. I don,t really need it to use the boat but it does get really strange looks when wind is offsetting me from pier and I just go sideways with no issues or into a tight spot.
Ok thatís what I thought it was but never heard it called that before. Itís been a few years but someone posted that they did as I said and had a starter rebuilder rebuild the motor and got theirs working again. I believe his was a 2100 SD model.
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http://www.maxumownersclub.com/forum...pair-5341.html

Here is the thread.
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The Precision Pilot was an option this boat Maxum 2300 premium edition it is 36 volts (3-12 volt 35 amp batteries) a control box and battery equalizer one bow thruster and two stern thrusters controled by a by a joystick, apparently did not sell many, it was geared to someone that never had a boat, it makes docking very easy as you can use the thrusters to move in any direction,mine has workrd really well until this motor died hoprefully I can get it rebuilt. I don,t really need it to use the boat but it does get really strange looks when wind is offsetting me from pier and I just go sideways with no issues or into a tight spot.
You can try your luck with this guys, maybe they can help you out:

East Coast Bow Thrusters - Professional mobile bow thruster installation from Maine to Miami and Great Lakes
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Thanks Mike, I am located in White Marsh, the place on Belair road that was there forever has closed up, going to look around for somewhere else local, at work I do a lot of business with Lange electric they rebuild motors going to talk to them and check into the East Coast bow thrusters that Gugi47 talked about, it just a DC motor hopefully wont be too hard to get rebuilt. Thanks Mitch
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Hi Mike I meant Harford road I think the place was B&W gone now
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