If you follow this boat restore project, the lake testing is probably what you have been waiting on. Does the old Bayliner Bowrider 175 cruise off into the sunset, or does it blow up and sink.
In this video we get the boat Mercruiser 3.0 liter timed and ready to hit the water, testing her on the lake for the first time. We discover we have a few issues we have to work out on the water, then we put the boat up and show how we maintain the boat after a lake trip.
Tools used for timing:
Timing Light https://amzn.to/33E1oNV
Piece of wire for a jumper
Ear to make sure the engine sounded light it was running right.
1:25 Timing the boat Mercruiser 3.0-liter engine https://amzn.to/33E1oNV
3:38 Starting the Mercruiser 3.0-liter engine after timing
4:27 We do our lake test of the Bayliner Bowrider 175 boat with a Mercruiser 3.0 liter engine
6:47 Our son driving the boat for the fist time.
6:51 Crazy jet skis keep buzzing us on the lake.
7:07 Maintenance of a boat with a Mercruiser 3.0 liter after a lake trip.
8:41 Go over what was done and we talk about things to come.
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