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Sbentz101

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About Sbentz101

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Alaska
  • Hometown Lake
    Big lake

Boat Details

  • Make/Model
    2019 mb b52 23
  • Engine
    400
  • Prop
    Stock
  • Ballast
    Full 2019 ballast
  • Stereo
    Level 2 package

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  1. I'll buy a calendar if there is one...
  2. My wife loves the seafoam too, when we ordered ours I didnt know I could get it in metallic or I might have done more of it...that's a sweet looking boat.
  3. Humble and thankful, love it! I'm there with you, the money I spent ordering my 19 b52 was Intense for me...largest purchase aside my house and building my cabin (that took years). God has been good to me as well and I'm happy your dream came through. Cant wait to see pics
  4. Havent had anything replaced but I have had depth and air temp seem to be wrong at times. I figure I'll get no help from dealer as far away as I am and it's not consistent so what I'm supposed to do...
  5. I'm less concerned about the annoyance of having to drain it and more concerned about why and where the water is getting in and want that fixed. Is it expecting too much to have a boat that stays dry inside?
  6. I have enough that builds up that I scoop it out with a cup until its basically gone...probably a couple of gallons after a few surf rides. More than should keep getting into the boat. Bilge has come on now and that's not ok with me. I have reached out to my dealer for warranty on this but havent gotten any answers yet.
  7. So I started having water get into the hull of the boat this summer and it appears to be getting into the bow area (under the in floor trash can). Has anyone dealt with this? I first thought it was from a through hull fitting but now suspect it might be from the bow ballast bag connection which I cant get to.
  8. I want to run the best and just want to do it cautiously...not too soon or void warranty. But like TBag said, full synthetic is best and that's where I'd like to end up if it's not going to hurt anything. I just wonder why semi synthetic is the recommended oil and if it has to do with seating the rings properly as some have talked about. Now that I have enough hours on the boat, I'd like to switch.
  9. I should say that based on some comments from a post about this couple years ago, I am at 118 hours now so break in period should be over. I went ahead and split it, 4 quarts fully synthetic and 3 quarts semi synthetic. Hopefully it will work out for next season.
  10. So I pulled boat yesterday...hurt bad but it's not long for snow. Anyway, last year I did the recommended semi synthetic oil but curious if it's ok to run full synthetic or at least mix the two this time so next time I can make the full switch?
  11. My water temp down to 56 already and air is about the same for highs...had to start rockin the wet suit this weekend. Next weekend I pull the boat out...sucks. wish I could get my airs to look like that...nice work
  12. Good thing, they needed to add some more metallic options. I've wanted a seafoam blue in metallic and would have chosen it when I ordered my 19 if they would have had it as an option...didn't know at the time they would make custom colors for those that wanted. Oh well. Next boat 😁
  13. Yes, motor needs to run in order to pull in antifreeze. Whether using fake a lake or disconnecting main water hose in engine bay. Its helpful to have 2 people so one can start it while other is feeding it antifreeze because you don't want engine to run without fluids going through.
  14. I havent had the issue other than the one day. Not sure what to say at this point...hopefully an electrical fluke.
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