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ok, good to hear its next in line as i think you will be disapointed in the performance when running heavy with the standard prop, i know your boats drivetrain will thank you too.
threadjack over for now, back to the pushbutton start
Just a thought on the ones with Newer Supras, and Now Moomba's
Supra has had this for the last few years, and im not positive if it started with 12 but i know its in the 13 Mojo and thats 1 second start.
What i mean is, you dont actaully turn and hold the key anymore to start the boat.
You just turn it to start it and instantly let go. The boat will then crank and start its self.
This is very simular to push start so you may or may not need all the parts in the kit.
I first noticed this option on Brad Webb boat, then on the SA and also on the 13 Mojo. I find it very cool but then again i dont see the need for a push start button. I think its just another component in the starting chain to fail
hummmm, went to order this last night and it is gone from their website, not trace of it???
Looks like he's stopped fulfilling orders until he can change some functionality. Here's another option I looked at a while back, but never got around to installing. Gives you some security (either from theft, or from accidental starts) with the code.
If you have to punch in the code every time it would drive me nuts. I probably restart 12-20 times a day.
It works just like the Malibu system, you enter the code to "unlock" the ignition, and then you can go back and forth between ignition on and run as often as you want with one button.
Thanks, Jason. Good to hear.
We used that system on the boats at a ski school I worked at where you're constantly starting and stopping the engine. It worked pretty well.
So my ignition switch failed on my last weekend and instead of putting in another key switch, decided to try out push button start. Here is what it looks like, haven't used it heavily yet so not sure how long it will last, but giving it a shot. Longest part of the job was waiting for the parts to come in. I decided not to worry about the theft part of it, as many said, takes but a few min to defeat the key switch, and I store my boat in my garage anyway.