Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About jdb11386

  • Rank
    Rope Thrower
  • Birthday 11/03/1986

Contact Methods

  • ICQ

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Dunn NC

Previous Fields

  • Boat
    Centurion Enzo SV230

Recent Profile Visitors

3,023 profile views
  1. CREW DEAL: 2014 DECKadence Marine Flooring

    It might have already been listed, but when does the deal end? Sent from my XT901 using Tapatalk
  2. Where is this fx you speak of? I might would be interested.
  3. Dodge vs. Chevy

    Just remember Ford is the only company that puts a circle around the problem Sent from my XT901 using Tapatalk 2
  4. Dodge vs. Chevy

    I'd be looking for a silverado with the 6.2. There are a few out there. Take it to a good tuner with a dyno and you should be able to get close to 400 HP to the rear wheels and still get 20mpg on the interstate. You'll never know a boat is behind it. I tow my boat with an 08 sierra Denali with the 6.2 and love it. The truck is fun to drive and good on gas. If you're not dead set on a Chevrolet I'd look at the denalis too, there are more of them. Sent from my XT901 using Tapatalk 2
  5. help identifying my tower

    I'm pretty sure it's a skylon swoop classic. Had one on my concourse. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  6. Need SYN 1

    There is one for sale in the wakeworld classifieds.
  7. Which engine do you have in your boat? Sent from my XT901 using Tapatalk 2
  8. You're probably right about that, we were talking about the technology they were using in 09 because we were trying to compare similar parts between my setup and theirs and nothing was mentioned about new stuff. Back then they still used a cable but it was a gen iv engine with VVT and we were just trying to see if pcm stuff was the same as the GM harness I have. Sent from my XT901 using Tapatalk 2
  9. My definition is probably the same as yours. My boat is a cable driven throttle body. According to what the guy at pcm told me centurion and pcm still utilize a cable to run the throttle. in the newer boats the cable runs to a potentiometer at the back of the boat, which then tells the computer where the throttle is which tells the throttle body where it's supposed to be. I also talked to indmar and if I understood the guy right, (i think he got tired of my questions) the boats their engines go in have the throttle control module at the lever. I was talking about keeping the replacement engine drive by wire. I'm thinking I can retrofit a stock gas pedal with the throttle control module and hook my throttle cable to it.

  11. I talked to the guy at michigan motors and he was pretty helpful. He basically told me to forget about everyone else's equipment and use what I have and things will be a lot cheaper and easier, which is what I was thinking, but it's nice to have reassurance.
  12. Well I talked with PCM and had a few questions answered. It looks like i'm going to have to fab up a way to run the throttle to utilize the perfect pass and keep it drive by wire. PCM nor indmar use the factory gm engine wire harness' so if I make this work it's all going to be custom if I want to tune the engine correctly and use my computer and harness.
  13. Ok that makes sense. If you look at Indmar's ls3 they have a nice header deal that looks really expensive, and it doesn't look like the water gets in them until the very end of the header. But I think I'm going to use the old style zr manifolds before the cat style. I can get them for around 750 for everything minus the studs. Sent from my XT901 using Tapatalk 2
  14. Yea everything I have is fully electronic and I want to keep it that way. If I have to change over to drive by cable that means a different throttle body and didn't wiring harness and computer, and I might lose the VVT and have to go with a different cam but I'm not sure about that. My big question is how does the drive by wire work on the pcm engines? Is there a sensor right there at the throttle lever on a separate wiring harness or do they still use a cable that goes to the back to control a module there at the engine. I know they still use a cable for the transmission. Sent from my XT901 using Tapatalk 2

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.