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  1. http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachm...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=467750&stc=1

    This diagram is close to would I would recommend. No mechanical battery switch, just the ACR between the batteries.

    The...
  2. Hmm, that wiring diagram is for an outboard...

    Hmm, that wiring diagram is for an outboard engine configuration.

    http://assets.bluesea.com/files/resources/instructions/980014350.pdf

    More importantly, the primary purpose of the big battery...
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    I am not understanding how your ‘combiner switch’ worked in conjunction with your ACR.

    My understanding of these things is you have one or the other. Which makes me think I am not understanding...
  4. That is precisely what an ACR Automatic Combiner...

    That is precisely what an ACR Automatic Combiner Relay does. The batteries are normally isolated from each other, each feeding its own directly connected loads.

    The only time the two batteries are...
  5. http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=28689...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=286898&p=3080161&viewfull=1#post3080161

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=425974&stc=1
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  6. Trusting a single side cleat to hang onto an...

    Trusting a single side cleat to hang onto an unattended anchored PWC might not be enough. Especially in waves and wind, or even if it seems calm when you swim away.

    I will suggest configuring your...
  7. Current FX does not come with a factory bilge...

    Current FX does not come with a factory bilge pump. The last FX with factory bilge pump was a couple of years ago. Forget which year exactly. GP1800 also has no factory bilge pump.

    And that...
  8. Battery switch is not a configuration I would...

    Battery switch is not a configuration I would recommend in a dual battery PWC. The factory wiring for PWC engine start should not be modified.

    Adding a large ‘battery switch’ in between the...
  9. Tip: Take the bilge pump install seriously. A...

    Tip: Take the bilge pump install seriously.

    A properly done bilge pump install needs to be super robust. It should work regardless of how badly the hull is flooding or whatever else has gone...
  10. Splash guards tend to not affect the hull...

    Splash guards tend to not affect the hull handling or ride much at all since the entire guard is well above the water when the hull is on plane.

    Regarding riding glasses/goggles, we have been...
  11. I have not ridden the new FX so I cannot comment...

    I have not ridden the new FX so I cannot comment on how the bow splash occurs (spray pattern) nor how well a splash guard might work on the new FX hull.

    Regarding anchor ropes, if you never start...
  12. With the hull floating upright, you would need a...

    With the hull floating upright, you would need a strong light to see up into the pump tunnel, and look beyond the intake grate. And also manipulate hand tool(s) to extract the debris item(s) from the...
  13. A possible option, which would certainly be a...

    A possible option, which would certainly be a project, is something a bunch of PWC fishing guys have done.

    The older Yamaha SUV watercraft model is quite large, about five feet wide and has a LOT...
  14. My own riding is mostly not ocean, but we are...

    My own riding is mostly not ocean, but we are often on unfamiliar waters and some of the lakes here are quite large. In addition to riding experience and the extra equipment we carry, a primary...
  15. Welcome. Lots to discuss. Is there a Seadoo...

    Welcome.

    Lots to discuss. Is there a Seadoo dealer on your island?

    Why are you leaning towards Yamaha over the other two brands?

    If at all possible try to connect with other experienced PWC...
  16. Link to this please.

    Link to this please.
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