Ronda

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WoodRay
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Re: Ronda

Postby WoodRay » 02 Feb 2021, 21:39

Looks like no slow river or lake cruising for you then Ray. Time to pin the ears back in retirement and plant the foot hey!

Will
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Re: Ronda

Postby Will » 03 Feb 2021, 07:36

looks like a great idea - making the system fail safe is the difficult part. something boat speed related should work.
pics would be good

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Re: Ronda

Postby rayza1 » 04 Feb 2021, 20:09

Photos of auto bung setup
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Re: Ronda

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Re: Ronda

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WoodRay
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Re: Ronda

Postby WoodRay » 04 Feb 2021, 20:25

Just thinking Ray, I hope there's no way the bung system could jam up and hold the throttle on. It'd be a touch interesting coming into shore if it does. Looking forward to catching up at Eagle Point and finally seeing this boat. 8-)

rayza1
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Re: Ronda

Postby rayza1 » 04 Feb 2021, 21:02

Checked for sticking, bungs are tapered and slide back and forward smoothly. I'm hoping to give it an on water trial on tuesday.

4541 Andy
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Re: Ronda

Postby 4541 Andy » 04 Feb 2021, 21:52

You will have to keep her well tuned now Ray, no more pumping the accelerator to get her to start or you will sink !

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Re: Ronda

Postby Alan » 05 Feb 2021, 11:25

And you better vac out all the gum nuts and cable tie ends

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Re: Ronda

Postby rayza1 » 05 Feb 2021, 17:47

I'll have you know Ronda is very clean inside.....except for all the bloody flaking clear coat. And it's a red motor, aren't they the ducks nuts!!!!!


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