Just took a little brute force and ignorance. For the best performance from these motors, they should be connected to one or more batteries that are used exclusively for powering the motor. This assumes an outboard for the main motor. Run your main fuel line, with the primer bulb in it individual primer bulbs not necessary , to the supply side of the valve and two lines to the kicker and main motors. The setup you described is correct. Not really much different from using the battery selector switches on a boat.
The johnson had no issues with the T configuration! It works fine but gets tedious times when trying to constantly adjust speeds. In my case, I'm using the inlet on the left side of the head unit and the outlet on the right side. The system makes your auxiliary engine mimic the movements of your main engine, so you can steer your auxiliary from the main wheel. Just a note on not having power trim. Ya that's right I don't mind lowering it and raising it manually. That really should have done it but I have a real difficult time starting the kicker after trailering and then running even a mile or so out.
Not only eye costly,but line in the prop and broken rod costly as well. It woudl be mounted right on my transom, is there and easy way to hook steering to the big motor? However, how do you thought you can take you and standard pressure cap is offline trolling motor diagram electronic itil service. Whether you have a brand new motor or a used clunker there are too many variables that surround the operation of a boat motor. The second tank is also an option but I really don't have the space. Hey Gordy, Guest makes a quality battery separator switch and instructions are easy to follow. Go to hook up a trolling motor batteries in order to a bit unclear on a few accessories. I finally bought another separate fuel line black hose bulb, and strapped the original 3 gallon nissan tank on the rear deck and that motor acted like a brand new motor.
Then i added a trollmaster which is so convienient. I've had boards cross before and it isn't fun or cheap! I installed a T-fitting off my main fuel line and never had any issues. I plugged that hose and left it alone to put the original tank. I used teflon thread sealant in liquid form for threaded parts. This Article is Primarily based on motors under 40hp. Here are a few pics of what I did: the motor in question is 2008 yamaha t8, 4-stroke elec.
Basically a dial adjustable throttle that is adjustable in small increments, and the throttle stays there. Found it hooked up with superior electric motor batteries. We also provide motorcycle fit kits to ensure that you select the audio solutions that are specific to the make and model of your bike. Worth every penny to invest in a T-8 or Prokicker! Why do kickers get mounted on the port side of the big motor? Now how to try to choose the two hds7's gen 3's on your 24. No flipping valves or anything plus you get the added security of getting water out of the fuel. I think I'm going to get a new fuel line connector for the motor end just to rule that end out and its good to have extra parts.
The line for the main motor seems to work fine, I can squeeze the bulb and it hardens up and you can tell fuel is getting to the motor. Basically I'm looking for a schematic and a parts list for re-wiring my boat with 2 batteries. When running at speed with the big motor, all it takes is a large wave or wake to bounce it off the transom if only attached with the thumb screws. Gordy, You must have an air leak on that kicker line. I installed a brass switching tee to feed the fuel to the engine I had running. I rig my boat this way and it works great. Early morning when it was cooler,no problem,then by 9 a.
Use the thumb screws for the lock bar, but use bolts below the thumb screws on the other mounting holes. This topic has been discussed in past so you could search up more opinions, but not heard of a need to add a second tap off tank for any kicker addition. This is advantageous because it allows them to use the engine for long periods of time without large gas consumption. I lucked out on my boat's transom since with the setback transom my motors lined up pretty well. Hi Ginner20 and everyone, I purchased a used boat last year and it came with a 9.
Also, you can see if there is water in the bowl, and drain it off if you wish with the valve on the plastic bowl. I connected it back to the kicker motor and it was working fine after that. I didn't really have the 5k plus to set up a kicker with tilt and all the controls at the helm. Workdog, I think I have a good idea how to go about at it. But then come june,something was wrong. Next battery change is when I have to pull out that Tee and look for an extra port. That kicker has more than paid for itself with fuel savings.
Just don't wont to tote around a Seperate tank for my kicker. I added anti-siphon valves to both outlets and ran the 2nd one up to the kicker. Also, my plan is to keep a 3-gal. I am thinking about just picking up a basic kicker without the tilt and trim. I also purchased a panther steering bar.