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Evinrude Diagnostics 5.3



Attached Images __________________cheers Bryan (Sydney, Australia) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2009 Baysport Escape 5.3m (17'6" ft) Hull 550kg (1,200 lbs) 2009 E-Tec 90hp, Viper SST 15" prop, Rogue SST 17" ---------------------------------------------------------------------View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsHueyModeratorRegistered:1208733337Posts: 14,303Posted 1264882690Reply with quote #2 Hi Bryan and welcome another Sydney sider. Your numbers should be 5000-5200 at WOT, we like to rig on hole no.3, make sure you have good fuel system with filter and the battery is of min CCA and NO wing nuts.Cheers,Huey.View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsEscapeRegistered:1264813219Posts: 74Posted 1264902080Reply with quote #3 Thanks Huey,I have the motor on hole No3 (3rd from the bottom). When I got the boat I couldn't seem to get passed 4800rpm using a Viper SST 13.88" dia x 17" pitch.I had the dealer put on a smaller viper SST 13 7/8 dia x 15" pitch & am now getting to 5000rpm. Next time I head out I'll also follow GlenE instructions on his Verado site to check. Anyway while 5000rpm is in the range, I was just wondering if anyone else with the same boat was also getting only 5k as well. It's also possible that my tacho (white E-tec analogue guages) is reading a few hundred rpm to low as some people on this forum suggested.I'm starting to suspect this even more now because when I put in the figures on the propeller slip calculator for the 4k, 4.5k & 5k I am getting unexpected results. According the the calculator:at 4k rpm I have 0.03 slipat 4.5k rpm I have 0 slip &at 5k rpm I have minus 0.3 slip which I figure is impossible. If my 4k reading was really 4.2k then the slip would be 0.08If my 4.5k reading was really 4.8k then the slip would be 0.06 &if my 5k reading was really 5.5k then the slip would be 0.08 which I figure are a bit more realistic slip figures? RE the readings, I've downloaded the Etec dignostic software & now need to get the cable to confirm if the tacho is correct or not. I was hoping to get this onfo on my chart plotter but I have a humminbird 787 which although new, I think is not compatible. __________________cheers Bryan (Sydney, Australia) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2009 Baysport Escape 5.3m (17'6" ft) Hull 550kg (1,200 lbs) 2009 E-Tec 90hp, Viper SST 15" prop, Rogue SST 17" ---------------------------------------------------------------------View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsHueyModeratorRegistered:1208733337Posts: 14,303Posted 1264922796Reply with quote #4 Hi Bryan, the Viper is not as suitable on your hull as the non swept SST prop. I would of rigged with a 15 inch non swept and your revs would be around the 5200 with that prop.Yes Tachos can be slightly off and when you ge the coms cable and diagnostics you will have accurate RPM. Yes humminbird is not NMEA2000 compatible.Cheers,Huey.View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PoststorewGold Level Member 3-2010Registered:1212412117Posts: 2,145Posted 1264930009Reply with quote #5 I would try to lift the motor one hole before changing prop again.Make sure you can see the anti-ventilation plate when planing.View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsEscapeRegistered:1264813219Posts: 74Posted 1264977953Reply with quote #6 Thanks guys. I won't do anything with the motor height until I have both taken her for a run & looked at the anti ventilation plate (hoping for a cruise on the harbour tonight) as well as verified the true rpm (I'm waiting on a response from DFI technologies RE shipping the cable to Oz).By the way do either of you have a pic of where the deutch plug plugs into the EMM?Huey, do you work at a dealership in Sydney?__________________cheers Bryan (Sydney, Australia) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2009 Baysport Escape 5.3m (17'6" ft) Hull 550kg (1,200 lbs) 2009 E-Tec 90hp, Viper SST 15" prop, Rogue SST 17" ---------------------------------------------------------------------View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsEscapeRegistered:1264813219Posts: 74Posted 1264996905Reply with quote #7 Actually Huey,I think I may have got confused with the mounting hole numbers. The E-tec currently mounted on the 2nd hole from the top, which I guess is hole number 2. When I had the smaller pitch prop put on by the dealer, they said the motor was mounted in the correct hole.Can I insist that the motor be raised another hole?Alternatively, is this a job that can be done DIY or is special equipment required?Attached Images __________________cheers Bryan (Sydney, Australia) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2009 Baysport Escape 5.3m (17'6" ft) Hull 550kg (1,200 lbs) 2009 E-Tec 90hp, Viper SST 15" prop, Rogue SST 17" ---------------------------------------------------------------------View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsMark77Registered:1217221541Posts: 169Posted 1265013792Reply with quote #8 HiYou can do it yourself, but I had it done at the dealer, lifted my 75 up from hole 2 to 3 and it gave a few more rpms.. It has been discussed a lot here, do a search, just one thread I found.. =2753416&highlight=engine+heightView Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsHueyModeratorRegistered:1208733337Posts: 14,303Posted 1265019644Reply with quote #9 Hi Bryan, I am the third generation "playing" with boats thru our dealership and I am lucky having being around them all my life-I guess you could say I have water in my DNA. Yes we are based in Northern Sydney. As Mark said it has been discussed many times and it really will be too low at hole no.2 and to raise it, as Steve says is a 2 beer job-sorry mate to steal your line. In other words easy to do and as I mentioned I think the non swept blade SST will perform better on your hull. Water test it to see what the AV plate is like and raise it before swapping props. Also without the software the cable will not be much use to you-have you got the software? Mate it does not plug into the EMM. On your 90HP there is plug on the starboard side under the flywheel cover that the cable plugs into.Cheers,Huey.View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsEscapeRegistered:1264813219Posts: 74Posted 1265060953Reply with quote #10 Mark & Huey,Thanks, I read that link & did a couple more searches on lifting the motor. Lokks easy. I think I'll try using the trailer method. One question though. A little confused from the threads about sealant. I think the threads refer to 5200 sealant. What is this & Huey what would we use in Oz? Should we seal both top & bottom? For bottom bolts, from what I understand, once the motor has been lifted, then before tightening the bottom bolts, pull them out & put sealant in the holes from inside the boat?Also, I have the software already (evinrude diagnostics 2.0.1.2) installed. I have the 4.2 update as well but haven't installed it as it says it is for 2010 engines (mine is 2009). __________________cheers Bryan (Sydney, Australia) --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2009 Baysport Escape 5.3m (17'6" ft) Hull 550kg (1,200 lbs) 2009 E-Tec 90hp, Viper SST 15" prop, Rogue SST 17" ---------------------------------------------------------------------View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsJohnnielundGold Level Member 3-2010Registered:1210275539Posts: 433Posted 1265117646Reply with quote #11 Hi Escape,I think BRP recommends silicone sealant instead of 5200. By mistake, I used 5200 and believe me, that stuff dries hard. View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsHueyModeratorRegistered:1208733337Posts: 14,303Posted 1265148303Reply with quote #12 Hi Bryan, we use and have for many years Sikaflex here and get yourself a tube if you want to reseal the bolts. Not sure if you have yet, but on new rigs and repowers we also fit a teflon board in between the engine and hull to help with sealing and isolating the engine for the hull.Cheers,Huey.View Member ProfileFind Member's TopicsFind Member's PostsEscapeRegistered:1264813219Posts: 74Posted 1265185916Reply with quote #13 Hi, yes I would think most hardware stores have Skiaflex and yes that is like what we fit here and we seal in between the board and the hull. yes that is the connector for the diagnostic cable.




Evinrude Diagnostics 5.3



Computer software greatly simplifies DI diagnostics. The program does much more that the scan tools used to service other injection systems. Using a laptop computer and the Evinrude Diagnostic Software, the technician is guided through the troubleshooting procedure.


The diagnostics software must be used to perform certain service procedures, such as changing an injector or restarting the break-in mode for a rebuilt powerhead. The software has other features that make it a valuable tool. You can call up an RPM profile to examine how the engine has been used.


In most vehicles, these diagnostic codes will remain in memory for fifty engine warmup cycles. If the problem does not reoccur, the codes will be erased by the computer. Steer clear of a mechanic or shop that replaces parts without doing the proper diagnostics first. Checking for computer codes first is important because it may lead you to a rough running problem. And this is what you should expect a competent mechanic to do if you present them with this kind of problem.


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