National Harbor is another option, newest of them all and adjacent to 95.
Not correct according to the shop manual. It is 380 at 600 rpm for a turbo engine. Average is pegged at 430.
I would have that test done again,...
Wirie Pro, great piece of kit..
Well you just stick to your call them "pressure gauges" when everyone else, including Racor, calls them vacuum gauges...
You don't measure vacuum with a pressure gauge or vice versa.... on your primaries you are measuring vacuum (negative relative "pressure" vs atmo)...
It's not a pressure gauge it is a vacuum gauge.
You made it through to Buffalo on the Erie with 17' ? Really?
If I were the OP, I'd check with the canal system.
I changed mine when the vacuum gauge got near to the red line.
So how many people will you have on board? My wife and I can do an older Hatt 70'-ish MY with lower helm by ourselves. I'm confident I could...
I'd guess 30%+ over the lumber guys, but it would be exactly the right thing.
X2. Very good. Good source for hard to find material as well.
Rob Eberle, I have direct experience with him as do others I know. High integrity.
Here's the handy dandy guide
This is the right idea. If one stops for a minute and thinks about what executing the "fishing pole" method actually would involve on most boats,...
Or you can always call Hatteras, they are usually very helpful in supporting past models. (252) 633-3101
X2 on the Digitals. Or Morad if you want to be all heavy duty.
Digital's connector system (which is NOT a "gold clamp thingy") has stood the test...
also these guys:
This is for informational, but not real time navigational purposes, correct?
Looks just like a Hatt 58 or 65 LRC, but not due to no cockpit. Some sort of Hargrave design. Might even be a Cheoy Lee.
The "vacation" cruising in the the Northwest is 100 times better than Louisiana. I might be too conservative there. Fly to LA to see the family....