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Old 03-19-2013, 01:14 PM
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Boat: Mastercraft, Prostar 205, 1994, LT1
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Originally Posted by Beg4wake View Post
antifreeze really isn't that hard. Just pull the hose off the bottom of the RWP, clamp it around my clear hose section, stick that in a bucket of antifreeze and start the engine. I'm coming from a Moomba though and I'm not 100% sure where all the drain points are on this specific boat or what it takes to to it all. The Moomba had 2 plugs in the bottom of the block that the knock sensors hooked to for the main drains....is that about the same on this boat? (plus hoses)
I think you need to let the boat warm up to operating temp in order for the t-stat to open and allow circulation throughout the entire engine....
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