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Old 05-29-2018, 02:22 PM   #1
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I have a 2005 3700 SY, twin Cummins 330's engines. We were cruising at 2400 rpm's all was good, I heard a huge swishing sound like high pressure released or a burst of air from an air gun. I loss power/rpm's in the starboard engine. Then could not get it above 1500rpm's?

All gages were normal, no smoke, no oil or gas in the bilge? I came in slow at 1100rpm's on both engines boat felt normal but could not rev up the starboard above 1500 rpm's? Any thoughts from anyone would be helpful
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Check the hose coming off the turbo. We had a small rip in one of ours and couldn't get up to max RPMs.
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Thx Paul that appears to be the problem
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Thx Paul that appears to be the problem
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