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  1. My 2000 280 SSI was totalled as a result of IRMA and I have been looking at the newer model Chappy's as a replacement. I have narrowed my choices down to the 284 Sunestra or the 287 SSX. The SSX is basically the same hull as my 280. I loved the ride of the boat. It was solid on the water, but handled like a much smaller boat. I was hoping that owners of each model could offer pros and cons. Any comments, are welcomed. Sincerely,
  2. I don't know much about them. Looking at the WestSounds site, it looks like they are their entry level amp series, but that is about all I can tell you about it.
  3. I have a 280SSI. I believe that you need two ACR's. One for each of the start batteries. I am no expert, but I have my two start batteries on one switch and my two house batteries on another switch. I have an ACR between each of the start batteries and the house bank. I ran mine exactly like the diagram provided by Blue Sea Systems for their ACR duel engine set up. I don't have pics, but will try to get some.
  4. I have 3 wet sounds Syn 4 amps, 6 of the SW 650's, 2 SW 850's and two cheap 10" subs in a ported box. Everything is controlled by the WetSounds EQ. My system is a little over the top to say the least. If I had it to do over again, I would eliminate the EQ and go with one of the higher end Fusion head units. I like JLA and have nothing negative to say about them other than they are expensive. I listened to the JLA and Wetsounds side by side. Hard to tell the difference. I am very happy with my WetSounds and recommend it to everyone who asks. I agree with those previously who said that you would end up with a better system and spend less money if you add amp, sub, tower speakers, etc. later.
  5. I have 6 of the Wet Sounds SW-650 which is thier salt water version of the 650. They are very good speakers.
  6. I have friends who have the rtic coolers and love them. I went with canyon. Made in the USA with a lifetime warranty. Also performed very well in head to head comparisons. More expensive than rtic, but less than yeti.
  7. Cecil Marine.
  8. Cecil Marine and look under Chaparral Boat Parts.
  9. I love my BIII's. They really help with hole shot and overall performance. I have never had an A1 so I cannot compare the two, but what I can say is that the BIII's really help my boat perform like it is a lot smaller than it is. No disrespect intended to the poster above, but I repowered my boat w/ vortech 350's last summer and had a noticeable decrease in power from the 350 mags. I lost about 4-5 mph on the top end. Was very disappointed at first, but they run like a dream and are very reliable. I had to remind myself that I wasn't entering any races any time soon. 55mph is still not bad for a 27'6 boat, but 60 was better.
  10. I was having similar issues and was planning the check valves etc......I decided to start using only ethanol free fuel and the problem went away. Since making that change, I have not had the issue. Hope this helps.
  11. The guy was an idiot. The only time I have seen them used was in very shallow water so those walking around wouldn't stub their toes on them.
  12. Outnumbered because I have a wife, three daughters and two grandaughters. I am the only man in my family and I am definitely outnumbered.
  13. It wasn't difficult. The old tach had a sticker on back which labelled the posts. Took about an hour.
  14. Well the heat finally got to my tachometer and the face fell off of it about a week or so ago. I did some research and discovered that I would have to purchase a new gauge, pigtails for the new gauge and do a little bit of wiring. I contacted Jason at Faria and he pointed me in the right direction as far as what gauge to purchase. In addition, he also sent me a wiring diagram for the gauge. I went with the TCC010 because I don't need the hour meters built in. Jason referred me to Great Lakes Skipper to purchase the pigtails and I contacted Joe at Cecil Marine for the purchase of the gauge. I received excellent customer service from all three companies and I wanted to give them kudos. Hopefully this post may help someone who is having similar issues. I attached pics of the old gauge and the new gauge with the starboard engine running. I am a happy camper. Thanks Joe and Jason!!!!! Happy Boating!!!
  15. From the album guages