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truekaotik    461

So the pump manufacturer says to do it a certain way but the boat manufacturer says they do it with "no known issues"? You would think they would install them the proper way of the pump manufacturer...

Question now, when it does fail who is gonna cover it?? Lol

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Supreme would cover the pump and they would hash it out with jabsco(if anyone cared to do that). I've never heard of an issue with running them that way and have run them for many years like that without issue, but I agree, why even put them like that in the beginning. Must be a space or routing issue.

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stoked    1,042

Dark and I have the same boat, it's weird that his were upside down and mine were right side up. So clearly it comes down to the installer and not much else

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DarksideR    1,678

Dark and I have the same boat, it's weird that his were upside down and mine were right side up. So clearly it comes down to the installer and not much else

I think they changed the pump location in 2016. Mine are mounted behind the engine against the stern wall on super beefy brackets. I believe your 2015 had two mounted to the seat back in front of the engine and one laying flat on the STBD side of the engine compartment. The pumps could have very easily been installed "correctly". The only reason I can see that they did it this way is that they're nicely labeled on the brass bottoms.

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DarksideR    1,678

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stoked    1,042

Interesting. "The pumps are in a totally accessible location, how can we change that for 2016?"

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viking    481

LOL thats funny! ^^^ and just as easily could have put the labels on the top of the pumps instead of the brass bottoms.

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rrd525    40

Here are a few more pics of details I grabbed on the 2017 S238.

No center windshield, or bimini.

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h20king    795

They will have a center windshield if you look there are spots for the hinges. Center windshield and Bimini are back ordered

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I think that is looking real nice. I'll like the increased functionality of the tower and also looking forward to being able to hang my arm out of the starboard side of the boat. I can even out my farmers tan- left arm out the window when driving the car, right arm over the side when driving the boat.

 

Speaker covers look decent...although would be nice if they were straight. :)

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rockballer    162

Sub needs to go under the steering wheel. That's a really prime location for peoples stuff. The speaker grilles need to go. I am sure they can be swapped though. Not a huge deal IMO

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h20king    795

Sub needs to go under the steering wheel. That's a really prime location for peoples stuff. The speaker grilles need to go. I am sure they can be swapped though. Not a huge deal IMO

like this ?? just order with factory basic system and do your own. That's how we do it beats anything you can get from the factory

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like this ?? just order with factory basic system and do your own. That's how we do it beats anything you can get from the factory

Is that not a huge compromise on leg room? I also found on my old boat that with the sub (sealed) facing toward the rear/stern, the performance was not near as good as when it faced forward into the back of the bulkhead under the dash. It really came alive as it was using the full chamber to amplify the sound. I was able to make a mediocre sub and box sound better than most I hear on the water.

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WakeDoc    488

Best location/orientation we have found is with the sub behind the kick plate facing the walk through, resonates through the whole boat.

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h20king    795

Is that not a huge compromise on leg room? I also found on my old boat that with the sub (sealed) facing toward the rear/stern, the performance was not near as good as when it faced forward into the back of the bulkhead under the dash. It really came alive as it was using the full chamber to amplify the sound. I was able to make a mediocre sub and box sound better than most I hear on the water.

 

no plenty of leg room left and tons of output

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h20king    795

Is that not a huge compromise on leg room? I also found on my old boat that with the sub (sealed) facing toward the rear/stern, the performance was not near as good as when it faced forward into the back of the bulkhead under the dash. It really came alive as it was using the full chamber to amplify the sound. I was able to make a mediocre sub and box sound better than most I hear on the water.

 

also I think the pic is somewhat deceiving. The box and fake wall only come to where the lower mesh pocket ends. I still have full use of the small mesh pocket and the fake wall hides the 4'' fresh air hose in the corner. Here is the box before the fake wall. Truekaotic helped me design it and I could not be happier. Had a w6 with more power in a sealed box in our last boat but this w3 in a ported box with less power has more output and I think sounds better.

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Icemanftr    8

Is that not a huge compromise on leg room? I also found on my old boat that with the sub (sealed) facing toward the rear/stern, the performance was not near as good as when it faced forward into the back of the bulkhead under the dash. It really came alive as it was using the full chamber to amplify the sound. I was able to make a mediocre sub and box sound better than most I hear on the water. also I think the pic is somewhat deceiving. The box and fake wall only come to where the lower mesh pocket ends. I still have full use of the small mesh pocket and the fake wall hides the 4'' fresh air hose in the corner. Here is the box before the fake wall. Truekaotic helped me design it and I could not be happier. Had a w6 with more power in a sealed box in our last boat but this w3 in a ported box with less power has more output and I think sounds better.

 

 

Anymore pics on box? Measurements? Looks nice.

 

 

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h20king    795

Box is 20 inches tall 22 inches wide and 9 3/4'' inches deep with a 3/4'' spacer ring the port is 3'' X 5 5/8"" long . Dimensions are outside measurements. Box is built from 3/4"" birch then rhino lined.

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Icemanftr    8
Box is 20 inches tall 22 inches wide and 9 3/4'' inches deep with a 3/4'' spacer ring the port is 3'' X 5 5/8"" long . Dimensions are outside measurements. Box is built from 3/4"" birch then rhino lined.

 

I like and just might copy.

 

 

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h20king    795

Nice not sure what boat you have so your on your own on the kick panel part. If you have a 238 I think I still have a template I could send you.

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Troy. R    111

I know I'm a little late to the party on this, but we were out on my buddies A22 last weekend and the windshield didn't bother me in the least functional. I actually like the look. It's pretty nice for docking too.

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Troy. R    111

* Should have said it didn't bother me functionally. Dang autocorrect!

I also love the look of the new tower! It looks too far pushed back on the 211, but great on the 238.

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rockballer    162

like this ?? just order with factory basic system and do your own. That's how we do it beats anything you can get from the factory

That's a clean setup.... Absolutely Mint.

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viking    481

Here's what I did on my 226. Basically same concept as H20 but I left the front facade panel end at the box so I could still utilize the floor space by the pocket.

Really no loss in leg room as foot step was where the front of the enclosure ended up.

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stoked    1,042

Does your boat have AC?!?! LOL

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