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  1. One of the LED courtesy lights in the arch of my 2018 257 SSX isn't working. It came from the dealership this way (brand new). They delivered it 40 miles for me, and told me they wouldn't send a repair electrician out that far to fix it. So I can either wait until the end of the season, or I can try to fix it myself. Does anyone have any experience replacing those LEDs? Is it hard? Where would I get a replacement part? (I don't see them on the parts list) Thanks!
  2. Hey guys I’m having a heck of a time finding the part number to replace one of my LED downlights in my hardtop. It’s a 2015 330. Called dealer three times already for it. Hoping someone on here can help so I can just order.
  3. I installed 3 of the Seablaze Specture RGB lights on a 2006 Chaparral 310 (Twin Screw with 10'7" beam). One light in the middle and two at the edges of the stern. There's 2 different modes: It starts by cycling through all of the lights over the course of about 20 or 30 seconds. This gives you the opportunity to pick a solid color if you'd like. You can pick a color by toggling the same switch you used to turn them on, off and then on again very quickly. That will select that color and hold it there. Alternatively, you can let it continue to cycle. After the first round, it slows w
  4. Hello everyone. We just ordered a 21' H20 Ski & Fish which will arrive in May. This will be our 2nd boat; the 1st was a 17' Crestliner with a 115HP Evinrude that was older than I am. So this is our first new/nice boat. We wanted something with enough room to host a few friends on the lake for swimming/tubing that would still work well for fishing. We thought the H20 S&F was the ticket. Intro aside, I'm well aware that the factory stereo leaves a lot to be desired. We chose not to pay for the upgraded option from Chaparral as we were planning on going aftermarket anyway. I'
  5. Slapshot

    LED Project

    I'm starting a new project since I completed my bellows, shift cable, and hose replacement project. I want to upgrade or install the following: Bow Navigation Light (LED bulb upgrade) Cuddy Cabin Lights (LED bulb upgrade) Install 3 Courtesy Lights (1 at the Stern entrance/exit, 1 behind captain's chair and 1 behind passenger chair near the floor) Here is a picture of the original bulbs from the Cuddy Cabin Lights (left), and the Bow Navigation Light (right): Does anyone know the LED replacement for either of these? The one on the right has a part# 2641L, and my
  6. I just bought a beautiful 2004 190 SSi a few months ago and immediately noticed the stock stereo could use a little boost. It would get very loud without distorting unless you turned the bass way down. So, I started looking around this forum for sub-woofer ideas. I always thought the rear bench seat was the ultimate place for a few subs. I quickly found out that a lot of people avoided putting speakers there for numerous reasons. The most talked about one was the curvature of the fiberglass panel. I found some good free air subs, ordered all my OFC wiring and parts, and with a little blood, a
  7. I got tired of working in the engine bay and having to point a flashlight or hoping there was enough ambient light to see what I was doing. Since I already had RGB LEDs running throughout the boat I decided to add some to the engine bay. I could have gone with only white LEDs but the cost difference was so small I just used more RGB. I spliced into my existing wiring and added a switch in the engine bay so I can turn the lights in the engine bay on and off independently from the ones that are just for looks throughout the rest of the boat. I will say when ALL the LEDs are on pure white, it lig
  8. Here are some pictures of the Blue LED's that I had installed on my boat. I read through all of the posts about which LED lights to use in the Radar Arch and I basically kept an open tab with superbrightleds.com working with the right type of LED bulb for the courtyard lights. I had also picked up my a replacement Radar arch lamp set from imtra.com, I also used courtyard exterior housings from a very affordable resource - www.replacementboatparts.com 1. Courtyard and dash lit up. 2. 3. From Swim pad entry 4. BI Color LED's in the Radar Arch 5. Typically you can switch between Blue and Whit
  9. So my buddy and I started the spring projects this week. We are hoping to work all day sunday and have one of the projects complete. Here are the projects. 1. Multicolored LED lights in the cabin. I have posted this before but here is the link to the light kit we are installing. http://www.xkglow.co..._p/xk074006.htm If you scroll down there is video of the lights installed in a boat. 2. "Beefing" up the center dash blank and adding a mount for my Ipad. Planning on running a 12v powersource and AUX cable throught the blank so I dont have wires visible. 3. Adding LED (one color) lights to al
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