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DDEC 6v92 no electronic throttle control

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by Hyak, Jun 16, 2014.

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  1. K1W1

    K1W1 Senior Member

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    Hi,

    + 1 on that part.

    During the charge cycle the liquid in the cells of wet lead acid batteries splits off into hydrogen and oxygen - hence the need to ventilate battery compartments.
  2. Bamboo

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    Glad the Sea Deuce engines are the non DDEC versions...
  3. Capt J

    Capt J Senior Member

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    The DDEC systems have always been very reliable from what I have seen. They're a good system and pretty much what MTU is still using today. In all honesty they make the 2 cycle Detroits run like a modern 4 stroke. Providing the motor doesn't have a dead cylinder. They start right up almost always, even when it's 65F outside, they have clean exhaust within seconds, and they run smooth throughout the RPM range, they also have a lot of nice information features on the display- load, fuel pressure, fuel burn, all of the temps, boost pressure etc.......

    Problem was, they programmed the DDEC'son the 2 stroke Detroits to where every engine was pretty much maxed out HP wise......More HP less longevity as we all know......