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Old 01-27-2012, 09:06 AM
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Nevermind. Not enough coffee yet.........

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Old 01-27-2012, 09:49 AM
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The PSI can be verified with a scanner. Got smartcraft? It's a worthwhile investment. My 525 seems to peg my guage at speed.
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Boat ran great, hit 88 and stil had more to go. Kenny from velocity is a pleasure to deal with and went the extra mile for me .
Great folks to deal with! If no reading at all I would guess clogged, pinched, kinked, or leaking sender lines- My water pressure always reads low but temps stay good so don't worry too much on that one.

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The PSI can be verified with a scanner. Got smartcraft? It's a worthwhile investment. My 525 seems to peg my guage at speed.
The closed cooled 525 likes higher pressure. The manual says 43 psi is the max. I often run around 40 psi.
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Old 01-30-2012, 11:53 AM
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This post is too easy to answer. Obviously the engines are getting and developing enough water pressure to run correctly and not set of "guardian" if the water pressure was low or non-existant.
The guages could be electrical type or direct pressure tube, you did not indicate?

In any event you are buying a boat from a builder who does the rigging, so let them fix it as well as anything else that needs fixing and hold taking delivery and final payment until these items are taken care of.- simple!

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