Originally Posted by jparsons121
Wow. Looks really good.
I did notice one item in battery charger photo though..
Looks like there is a inverter mounted beside the battery charger.
Most inverters aren't ignition protected (i.e. Suitable for install in the ER with gas engines)
Can't tell if that one is OK or something you may want to move...
Thanks John. We never leave it connected, or on. For island trips, it allows all items on shore power to be ran off the spare batteries when required.
Originally Posted by Overboard
Very nice sir, thank you for documenting all your work like this!!!boat looks great!!
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Originally Posted by mmwjr
This has turned into one heck of a project. I hope you get to enjoy her this season.
All things resolved with the Bayliner?
Yup, everything is finally almost finished on the Maxum. Meeting with the insurance adjuster on the Bayliner tomorrow.
Todays updates arent much, but boy were they frustrating. The boat did run great, but when I put the timing gun on it, it showed to only be running at 3 degrees timing. Upon inspection of the wires, I decided to replace the cap, rotor, plugs, and wires.
The boat did previously run great. I was shocked, and amazed to find all the ignition components were NINETEEN years old. The plugs were even painted the block color... proving everything was original! Holy crap. Anyhow they were a nightmare to get out, but I do feel much better now.
We put on the registration stickers and lettering today... and added the name. Buoyance II (RIP Buoyance I.)