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Old 07-08-2010, 03:30 PM   #1
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When I bought "Summer Breeze" a few years ago, the previous owner threw in a brand new electric head (designed to fit with the scr3200) for free. It came with all of the parts, etc for a successful modification. My concern is that it doesn't appear that this model boat was prewired for an electric head.

Has anyone made an electric head modification, and if so, where did you cut in for wiring, and how did you run your wiring?

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I added an electric head to my 2700 SCR. I ran the wire up the wall to the instrument cluster. There are juction blocks there. It was only about a 8-10 foot run. I also put it on a spare switch so I could cut power to the head from the dash. This was to keep kids playing with the head and other unwanted flushes from happening. My head does us a lot of power an actually pulls the power down alot even though there is large wire going to the junction block.
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So, you didnt cut into the gelcoat of the bathroom, you ran the wire exposed up the side of the wall and through the bathroom ceiling?
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