wondering....does the black box (ex. to FF) have the ability to show more data than the mobile version?You're going to like the Vessel View. I have it for my jon boat but I splurged and got the black box setup so I wouldn't have to contend with connectivity issues. That thing can do so much it's just ridiculous.
The OP manual does mention two filters, but only tell you how to service the low pressure one. The high pressure one, it says see your dealer. The OEM Service Manual should tell me if it is something I can/should do.Spoke to very reuptable Merc dealer at the Bart Hall Show (SoCal Fishing/Outdoor Show) last week and he said there are two fuel filters on the 60hp. Perhaps your also has two? He said most who service themselves only change the one that is most accessible, as the second one is more work to get two.
OEM Service Manual (which I'll also purchase) will show filters. It would be cool if one of the two filters is for water, but I doubt it.
The OP manual does mention two filters, but only tell you how to service the low pressure one. The high pressure one, it says see your dealer. The OEM Service Manual should tell me if it is something I can/should do.
I believe it does but you should research it for yourself. I'm very happy with mine.wondering....does the black box (ex. to FF) have the ability to show more data than the mobile version?
If I understand you can raise and lower the Bimini remotely -- that is awesome! I had no idea something like that existed.
I like the service/maintenance schedule, especially the 3 years or 36 months for the water pump. My Honda says to check it every 12 months (or 200 hrs). I figure if I'm going to the trouble to pull things apart to "check" the impeller, I might as well spend an extra $20 to replace it.
I completed the 2 hour break-in, including the 1 minute of WOT, every 10 minutes. It was a somewhat gusty day, and learned what a big sail a pontoon is, especially at 30mph. She is ready to go for Memorial Day weekend, first family outing.
I forgot to mention on the fish finder install, that power wiring was already installed to fuse panel. It went to micro bullet connectors behind the console. I didn’t have any that small, so replaced with what I had, going to the Humminbird power cable. Now, I will say it is quite the rats nest of wiring in there. Everything is pushed to the starboard side of console, because of the cooler storage feature on the port side of it. Even has an audio amplifier stuffed in there.
I haven’t retrieved it yet. Probably sometime in October. I see allot of comments of people having problems, especially with wind. The trailer has long guide-ons, about 2/3rd the length of the bunks. I’m not anticipating any major issues.Awesome! How is it to launch a retrieve. Ones I've watched at our ramps seemed to center right up on the trailer without any problems.