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19 FT. NAHANNI HULL JET BOAT USER GUIDE


Thank You Outlaw Eagle is committed to building consumer loyalty through quality and performance. Thank you for purchasing an Outlaw Eagle jet boat; we are sure that you will enjoy your boat for years to come. This Owner’s Manual contains operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting information that is required to properly operate and care for your boat. You must read through this manual in its entirety prior to operating your boat for the first time. Following the information provided in this Owner’s Manual will maximize the life of your boat and make the operation of your boat more enjoyable. Outlaw Eagle prides itself on continuous improvement. Due to this, your jet boat may not be exactly as depicted in this Owner’s Manual. Components, specifications, operations, and maintenance procedures are subject to change without notice. Please consider this manual as part of the boat. Keep it with the boat at all times.

Revision Information Revision Date Released Description of Changes

SME(s)/Reviewer(s)/Approver(s)

Rev 0

Tyler Myers

March 2016

Initial release

Disclaimer Outlaw Eagle makes every effort to ensure that our documentation contains accurate information. This Owner’s Manual is intended to be used along with a complete boat training program. Outlaw Eagle does not warrant or guarantee the completeness or the accuracy of the information contained in this Owner’s Manual. The audience of this Owner’s Manual hereby protects, holds harmless, and indemnifies Outlaw Eagle and its representatives from and against all liability for damage to equipment, from personal injury and death, and from any property damage arising from the use by the reader of the information contained herein.

Jet Boat Owner’s Manual Copyright © 2016 Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing. All rights reserved. Confidential: 1st Edition, March 2016 This document and the information contained herein are the property of Outlaw Eagle. It shall not be disclosed nor copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of an Outlaw Eagle representative. Transmission, reproduction, and sharing, of this document in its original form is encouraged.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents Section 1: Warranty Information ....................................................................................1 1.1 What is Covered ...................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Duration of Coverage .............................................................................................................. 1 1.3 Conditions to Obtain Warranty Coverage ............................................................................. 1 1.4 What Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. Will Do.................................................................... 1 1.5 How to Obtain Warranty Coverage ........................................................................................ 1 1.6 What is not Covered................................................................................................................ 2

Section 2: Safety First .....................................................................................................3 2.1 Safety Tips ............................................................................................................................... 3 2.2 Owner/Operator Responsibilities........................................................................................... 3 2.3 Hull Serial Number (HIN)......................................................................................................... 4 2.3.1 Hull Serial Number and Plate Location ............................................................................ 4 2.4 Original Equipment Manufacturer Info .................................................................................. 4 2.5 Important Information ............................................................................................................. 5 2.6 Labels ....................................................................................................................................... 6 2.7 Emergency Stop Switch & Lanyard ....................................................................................... 8 2.8 Engine Compartment Fire Access ......................................................................................... 8

Section 3: Understanding Your Boat .............................................................................9 3.1 Overview................................................................................................................................... 9 3.2 Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 10 3.3 Locations of Boat Components

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3.4 Control System ...................................................................................................................... 15 3.5 Steering System ................................................................................................................... 15 3.6 Propulsion System ................................................................................................................ 16 3.6.1 Jet Propulsion System ................................................................................................... 17 3.6.2 Jet Pump Water Intake & EZ-Clean Grate ..................................................................... 17 3.6.3 Outboard Motor ............................................................................................................. 18 3.7 Controls & Gauges ................................................................................................................ 19 3.7.1 Pilot Control Panel ......................................................................................................... 19 3.7.1.1 Main Power Panel ............................................................................................................. 21 3.7.1.2 ENGINE MONITORING PANEL ....................................................................................... 22

3.7.2 Battery Switch ................................................................................................................ 23 3.7.3 Alarms and Monitors ...................................................................................................... 23 3.7.3.1 High Bilge Water Indicator................................................................................................. 23 3.7.3.2 Engine Fire Indicator ......................................................................................................... 23 3.7.3.3 Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator ............................................................................................... 24

3.8 Heating System...................................................................................................................... 24 3.8.1 Diesel Heater Tank and Fill Port .................................................................................... 25

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3.9 Bilge System .......................................................................................................................... 26 3.9.1 Automatic Bilge Pump.................................................................................................... 26 3.9.2 Bilge Blower System ...................................................................................................... 27 3.10 Electrical System................................................................................................................. 28 3.10.1 Lighting......................................................................................................................... 28 3.10.1.1 Lighting Arch .................................................................................................................. 28 3.10.1.2 Blue Rotary Lights .......................................................................................................... 29 3.10.1.3 Remote Control Search Lights ....................................................................................... 29 3.10.1.4 All-Around Anchor Light .................................................................................................. 30

3.11 Towing .................................................................................................................................. 30 3.12 VHF-Radio Marine Transceiver .......................................................................................... 32 3.13 GPS Chart Plotter ................................................................................................................ 33 3.14 Canopy ................................................................................................................................. 34

Section 4: Operating Your Boat....................................................................................35 4.1 Pre-Operation Checklists...................................................................................................... 35 4.1.1 Pre-Trip Safety Checklist ............................................................................................... 35 4.2 Pre-Launch............................................................................................................................. 36 4.2.1 Remove the Travel Top.................................................................................................. 36 4.2.2 Inspect The Boat ............................................................................................................ 37 4.2.2.1 Inspect the Hull for Damage.............................................................................................. 37 4.2.2.2 Check Bilge Blower Operation .......................................................................................... 39 4.2.2.3 Check Steering System..................................................................................................... 40 4.2.2.4 Check Battery and Electrical System ................................................................................ 40 4.2.2.5 Check Fuel Level............................................................................................................... 41 4.2.2.6 Check Bilge Pump for Proper............................................................................................ 42

4.2.3 Install the Canopy (optional) ......................................................................................... 43 4.3 Boat Launch........................................................................................................................... 44 4.4 Startup .................................................................................................................................... 45 4.5 Jet Boat Operation ................................................................................................................ 47 4.6 Outboard Motor ................................................................................................................... 48 4.7 Bilge Pump Operation........................................................................................................... 50 4.8 Manual Bilge Pump ............................................................................................................... 51 4.9 Bilge Blower........................................................................................................................... 52 4.10 Diesel Heater........................................................................................................................ 52 4.11 Light Controls ..................................................................................................................... 53 4.11.1 Remote Search Lights................................................................................................. 53 4.11.2 All Around Light and Navigation Lights ....................................................................... 53 4.11.3 Compass Light Control................................................................................................ 53 4.12 Trim Tab Adjustment........................................................................................................... 54 4.13 Trailering Your Boat ............................................................................................................ 55

Section 5: Maintaining Your Boat.................................................................................56 5.1 Recommended Tools & Spare Parts List ............................................................................ 56

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5.2 Pre-Season Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 57 5.2.1 Check Battery Condition ................................................................................................ 57 5.2.2 Inspect Fuel System....................................................................................................... 57 5.2.3 Check Fluids .................................................................................................................. 57 5.2.3.1 Jet Engine Fuel ................................................................................................................. 57 5.2.3.2 Jet Engine Oil .................................................................................................................... 58

5.2.4 Other Checks ................................................................................................................. 58 5.3 After Every Trip...................................................................................................................... 58 5.4 Occasional Maintenance....................................................................................................... 59 5.4.1 General Maintenance..................................................................................................... 59 5.4.2 Exposed Aluminum ........................................................................................................ 59 5.5 Post-Season Maintenance .................................................................................................... 59 5.5.1 Add Fuel Stabilizer ......................................................................................................... 59 5.5.2 Winterizing Your Boat .................................................................................................... 60 5.5.3 Storage........................................................................................................................... 60 5.6 Jet Drive Maintenance........................................................................................................... 60 5.6.1 Shear Pin or Key Replacement...................................................................................... 60 5.6.2 Grease Jet Pump Bearings Every 10 Hours .................................................................. 60 5.6.3 Grease Pump to Purge Water Every 30-40 Hours......................................................... 61 5.7 Check Jet Intake .................................................................................................................... 61

Section 6: Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................62 6.1 General Troubleshooting Table ........................................................................................... 63

Appendix A: Technical Information ...........................................................................A-1 Appendix B: Third-Party References .........................................................................B-1

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WARRANTY INFORMATION

Section 1: Warranty Information 1.1 What is Covered OEM (Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.) warrants its new Jet Boats to be free of defects in material and workmanship during the period described below.

1.2 Duration of Coverage This Limited Warranty provides coverage for one (1) year from either the date the product is first sold, or the date on which the product is first put into service, whichever occurs first. The repair or replacement of parts, or the performance of service under this warranty, does not extend the life of this warranty beyond its original expiration date. Unexpired warranty coverage can be transferred to a subsequent purchaser upon proper re-registration of the product.

1.3 Conditions to Obtain Warranty Coverage Warranty coverage is available only to registered customers that purchase from a Dealer authorized by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.

1.4 What Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. Will Do Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.’s sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited to, at our option, repairing a defective part, replacing such a part, or parts with new or remanufactured parts, or refunding the purchase price of the product. Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. reserves the right to improve or modify products from time to time without assuming an obligation to modify products previously manufactured.

1.5 How to Obtain Warranty Coverage The customer must provide Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. with a reasonable opportunity to repair, and reasonable access to the product for warranty service. Warranty claims shall be made by delivering the product for inspection to an Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. dealer authorized to service the product. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer, written notice must be given to Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. Purchaser, in that case, shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty, purchaser shall pay for all related labor and material, and any other expenses associated with that service. Purchaser shall not, unless requested by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd., ship the product or part of the product directly to Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.

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1.6 What is not Covered This limited warranty does not cover routine maintenance items, tune ups, adjustments, normal wear and tear, damage caused by abuse, abnormal use, neglect, accident, submersion, improper service, use of an accessory or part not manufactured or sold by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd., jet pump impellers, and wear rings or liners. Use of the product for racing or other competitive activity, or operating with racing modifications, at any point, even by a prior owner of the product, voids the warranty. Expenses related to haul-out, launch, towing, storage, telephone, rental, inconvenience, slip fees, insurance coverage, loan payments, loss of time, loss of income, or any other type of incidental or consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. No individual or entity, including Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.’s authorized dealers, has been given authority by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. to make any affirmation, representation or warranty regarding the product, other than those contained in this limited warranty, and if made, shall not be enforceable against Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. Trailers, engines, jet drives are covered by individual manufacturer’s warranty. Please see product manuals for OEM Warranty information. Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. is an authorized warranty depot for all parts used on our boats.

DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. TO THE EXTENT THAT THEY CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LIFE OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY.

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SAFETY FIRST

Section 2: Safety First

TIP flotation Always make sure that everyone on your boat is wearing an approved personal device! Know Your Vessel. Keep your boat well tuned to avoid mechanical breakdowns. Plan ahead and ensure that you follow a regular maintenance program. Always carry adequate safety equipment and spare parts aboard. This may not only save you time and money, but it could also save your life. Consult local laws, regulations, and standards to best understand the safety requirements in which you’ll be operating the boat. See heading “3.1.1 Pre-Trip Safety Checklist” on page 5 for more information.

2.1 Safety Tips Here are some quick safety tips to help you fully enjoy your boat:

 Never go boating alone  Give someone a copy of your boating plan and tell them when you are leaving and when you are planning to return

 Make sure that everyone on the boat is wearing an approved personal flotation device  Never operate your boat while under the influence of alcohol or drugs

2.2 Owner/Operator Responsibilities The law requires that the operator of a boat must assist any person or boat in distress as long as doing so does not endanger his boat or his safety. The operator is also responsible for understanding and complying with the following procedures and operational requirements: 

Provincial/State boat registration

Reporting accidents

Warranty registration

Warranty terms & conditions

Insurance

Break-In procedures

Rules of the waters

Required safety equipment

Familiar with proper maintenance procedures

Familiar with boat systems

Safety training of passengers & crew

Familiar with safe operating practices

Seaworthiness inspections

Environmental regulations

Avoiding drugs & alcohol

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2.3 Hull Serial Number (HIN)

TIP Keep a copy of the hull serial number with you on the boat! The HIN (Hull Serial Number) plate is mounted to the boat’s hull. It is located on the starboard-aft corner of the boat just below the swim platform. It contains the serial number of your boat. The serial number provides a uniform method for identifying a specific vessel for a variety of purposes.

2.3.1 Hull Serial Number and Plate Location The Hull Serial Number for this boat is QOM17671H516. Figure 2-1: HIN Plate Location

2.4 Original Equipment Manufacturer Info Outlaw Eagle uses many OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) components in the construction of our boats. Each component has accompanying documentation that indicates how to best operate and maintain it. These documents also contain important information on cautions, warnings, and dangers inherent in the use of specific OEM components. You must read and understand the OEM’s documents in order to operate OEM components in a safe and correct manner.

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2.5 Important Information In this Owner’s Manual, important information is identified in the following ways: DANGER! This is the DANGER symbol. It symbolizes a possible dangerous situation or operation that could cause injury or could result in death.

CAUTION: This is the CAUTION symbol. It symbolizes a possible situation or operation that could damage the boat or boat components. IMPORTANT: This is the IMPORTANT symbol. It symbolizes important information to consider when performing a task or operation that will not directly result in injury, death, or damage to the boat or its components.

TIP This is the TIP symbol. It symbolizes extra information that can help you to become more familiar with your boat. NOTE: The note text provides information that makes procedures easier to perform or explanations easier to understand.

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2.6 Labels

TIP Adhere to all of the safety labels that are located throughout the boat.

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2.7 Emergency Stop Switch & Lanyard DANGER! Operators must always attach the Emergency Stop Switch lanyard to their PFD (Personal Flotation Device). If you are thrown from the boat, failure to attach the lanyard to your PFD could result in a runaway boat. This could result in damage to the boat, injury, and/or death.

The Emergency Stop Switch immediately kills the engine and shuts off the boat when it is activated. Make sure that you connect the Emergency Stop Switch key lanyard to your PFD (Personal Flotation Device). This will help to ensure that the Emergency Stop Switch is activated if you suddenly leave the helm.

2.8 Engine Compartment Fire Access DANGER! Never open the engine compartment if a fire is occurring. Opening the engine compartment when a fire is occurring will feed the fire with fresh air causing it to increase in intensity. This could result in the fire spreading and result in further damage, injury, or death.

The engine compartment is fitted with a FIRE ACCESS window. In case of a fire occurring in the engine compartment: 1. 2. 3.

Grab a fire extinguisher. Open the FIRE ACCESS window. Insert the fire extinguisher nozzle through the FIRE ACCESS window and discharge the fire extinguisher. Figure 2-2: FIRE ACCESS Window

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Section 3: Understanding Your Boat

3.1 Overview

TIP small Outlaw Eagle Jet Boats are designed to operate in a variety of waterways including lakes, rivers, and shallow channels! This jet boat’s purpose is to provide a fast, mobile boat for use in a variety of waterways. It adheres to the requirements for small vessels as put forth in TP 1332E: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS FOR SMALL VESSELS. The jet boat is designed around an Outlaw Eagle, custom 19 ft. aluminum, Nahanni style hull. The V-style mono hull has a reverse chine flat that extends to the stern. Lifting strakes are incorporated into the design to allow for enhanced, shallow water access. Low smoke/spread flotation foam is added to the hull for added buoyancy. The jet boat has a step deck and a walk through windshield to assist with crew mobility and boat access. There is seating for up to four occupants and ample storage for rescue equipment, safety equipment, and spare parts. The design of this jet boat facilitates maintenance procedures and component repairs. The design also helps to ensure that this watercraft remains stable while operating at varying speeds in a variety of waterways and environmental conditions. Outlaw Eagle boats are built to withstand harsh environmental and operational demands. Jet boat construction uses aluminum to provide a durable, yet light weight boat. The boat’s hull and all of its components have sufficient strength and durability to handle impacts during normal loading procedures. Stainless steel fasteners are used throughout the jet boat. All wiring, lines, cables, and hoses are protected against wear and damage. © OUTLAW EAGLE, 2016

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3.2 Specifications Table 3-1: Specifications Part

Specification

Details

GENERAL INFORMATION Custom RCMP Watercraft 19 ft. Nahanni Hull Operating Parameters (at time of manufacturer in Red Deer, AB @ 920 m / 3000 ft. above sea level)

Maximum Speed

36 knots @ 4000 RPM

Boat Information

Length:

184.1 cm (226-5/16 in.)

Width:

212.88 cm (83-13/16 in.)

Boat Weight:

1904.63 kg (4199 lb.)

Trailer Weight:

748.4 kg (1650 lb.)

Road Weight: (Combined Boat and Trailer)

2653.06 kg (5849 lb.)

Time to Maximum Speed from Dead 7 Seconds Stop Time to Dead Stop from Max Speed 15 Seconds

BILGE PUMPS Bilge Pumps

Manual Bilge Pump

Part No.:

02

Manufacturer:

Rule

Type:

5678.11 LPH (1500 GPH)

Part No.:

WM29240-0000

Manufacturer:

JABSCO

Type:

45 LPM (10 GPM)

PROPULSION SYSTEMS Jet Propulsion Engine

Jet Pump

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Part No.:

KME350VTBFI

Model:

350-MPI-11

Manufacturer:

Kodiak

Engine Type:

5.7L V-8

Displacement:

350ci (5736 cc)

Full Throttle RPM:

218 kW (292 HP) @ 4800 RPM

Dry Weight

366 kg (807 lbs)

Part No.:

N/A

Model:

KJ-554

Manufacturer:

Kodiak

Type:

3-Stage Jet Pump

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Table 3-1: Specifications Part

Specification

Details

PROPULSION SYSTEMS (CONTINUED) Outboard Motor

Part No.:

N/A

Model:

FourStroke

Manufacturer:

Mercury Marine

Horsepower:

9.9 HP

Full Throttle RPM:

5000-6000

Steering:

Remote, Tiller

Dry Weight:

38 kg / 84 lbs

TANKS Belly Fuel Tank

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Part No.:

DMCOE4801

Manufacturer:

Outlaw Eagle

Volume:

190 L / 50 US gal

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3.3 Locations of Boat Components Figure 3-1: Front Isometric View

Figure 3-2: Stern View

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Figure 3-3: Fuel System Components

Figure 3-4: Aft View

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Figure 3-5: Side View

Figure 3-6: Dash View

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3.4 Control System The control system allows you to remotely operate the engine throttle/shift control. The boat’s throttle lever control is mounted to the right of the Pilot Control Panel on the starboard side of the boat.

3.5 Steering System Figure 3-7: Steering Wheel and Control Panel

TIP Inspect steering operation and components for damage, wear, or loose fasteners prior to each boating excursion. Steer the boat by turning the steering wheel to the left and right. When moving forward, turn the steering wheel in the direction that you want the boat to move; when moving backwards, turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction that you want the boat to move. Turning the steering wheel changes the direction in which the jet nozzle points. To familiarize yourself with the boat’s steering responsiveness, experiment by operating your boat in a wide open area such as a lake. Due to the relatively flat bottom of the hull and the lack of propeller skeg, your boat will tend to skid on the turns. You must start your turns early and use sufficient power to maintain steerage. If you attempt too tight of a turn at too high of a speed, your boat will likely spin out. This is a great way to stop in a hurry, but can also cause an unstable boat to roll over. Running the jet boat upstream is easier than running it downstream. Remember that when running downstream, the boat’s speed is added to the downstream flow of the river. Running upstream, the river speed subtracts from the boat speed. You can throttle back to carefully navigate through tight areas with good control. © OUTLAW EAGLE, 2016

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3.6 Propulsion System Figure 3-8: Jet Nozzle

TIP before Sharp turns can result in water entering the boat. Run the bilge pump if this occurs resuming with normal operation! DANGER! Jet boats are highly maneuverable. Executing quick turns or stops may eject the driver or passengers from the boat. This could result in injury or death.

IMPORTANT: Make sure that you have paddles on board. They will come in handy if you ever run out of fuel or for careful maneuvering in shallow or debris filled waters.

This boat has two propulsion systems. The primary propulsion system uses a Kodiak Jet Propulsion System. The secondary propulsion system uses a 9.9 HP Mercury Marine outboard motor. Consult the engine and motor owner manuals prior to operating either of them. The owner manual will assist you in familiarizing yourself with these components’ operation and maintenance requirements.

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3.6.1 Jet Propulsion System

TIP Remember that the jet drive impeller is always turning even when the boat is in idle. DANGER! Keep extremities, hair, and clothing away from the jet drive intake nozzle. Failure to do so could result in them getting caught in the jet pump impeller, which could result in injury or death.

This Kodiak engine and jet pump propel the boat through the water at a maximum, full throttle speed of 36 knots @ 4000 RPM. It takes 7 seconds for the boat to reach full speed from a dead stop. It takes 15 seconds for the boat to reach a dead stop from full speed. Figure 3-9: Kodiak V8 Engine

3.6.2 Jet Pump Water Intake & EZ-Clean Grate

TIP Always check the jet intake grate before operation to ensure that it is free of debris! CAUTION: Do not operate the boat in debris or weed filled waters. The jet drive may become clogged causing a loss of propulsion.

The jet pump water intake is installed in the hull under the boat. The water intake provides water for jet propulsion. It has a grate over it to protect it from large debris. The intake grate allows smaller debris to pass through it. This debris safely passes through the jet pump unit causing minimal, normal wear to the impeller. CAUTION: Do not use the EZ-Clean grate to clear debris unless the boat jet engine is off.

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3.6.3 Outboard Motor Figure 3-10: Mercury Marine 9.9 HP Outboard Motor

IMPORTANT: You will get maximum mileage from your outboard motor by not running it at full throttle.

The outboard motor mounts to the outboard mount bracket that is fitted to the port side of the swim platform. The swim platform is located at the stern of the boat. The outboard motor is a Mercury FourStroke, 9.9 HP motor. It acts as a secondary propulsion system and has a 12 L (3.2 US gal) remote fuel tank. You can steer the boat with the motor using the tiller.

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3.7 Controls & Gauges This section explains the location and function of boat controls.

3.7.1 Pilot Control Panel The Pilot Control Panel is accessed from the captain’s chair. Figure 3-11: Dash Panel Elements

Control

Function

1. DEAD MAN SWITCH with LANYARD

The dead man switch comes with a lanyard that can be held by the boat operator. In an emergency, the operator can easily pull the lanyard to activate the dead man switch to immediately shut down the engine.

2. DIESEL HEATER CONTROL

This control allows the operator to adjust the temperature of the diesel heater. Press the center, power button to turn the control on. Press the red arrow for more heat and press the blue arrow for less heat.

3. BILGE FUEL VAPOR INDICATOR

This control monitors the boat for CO (Carbon Monoxide) and will alarm if CO is detected. This indicator must be turned on every time that the battery switch is placed in the on position.

4. ENGINE MONITORING PANEL

Contains the gauges required to monitor engine functions.

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Control

Function

5. FIRE ALARM

A green light indicates when the sensor is on and the system is monitoring for a fire. When a fire is detected, the red indicator light is lit and an alarm will sound.

6. (GPS) Global Positioning System

Allows operators to know their position using a receiver and to navigate from their position using satellite derived coordinates.

7. COMPASS

The compass points north and shows south, east, and west allowing the boat operator to use it to navigate.

8. SEARCH LIGHT REMOTE CONTROLS

Controls the three remote search lights which are mounted to the top of the Lighting Arch. Use the toggles to turn lights on and off. Use the joystick controls to rotate the lights and to adjust the angle of the lights.

9. WINDSHIELD FLUID BUTTON

Press and hold this button down to engage the windshield washer pump to spray washer fluid on to the windshield.

10. SHIFTER / THROTTLE

Use this control to adjust the speed of the boat, to move the boat forward and backward, and to place the motor in idle.

11. ROCKER SWITCH CONTROL PANEL

Contains rocker switches that double as circuit breakers. Use these rocker switches to turn electrical components off or on.

12. COMPASS DIMMER SWITCH

The compass has a light to help view it in darker conditions. This dimmer switch allows the operator to adjust the brightness of this light.

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3.7.1.1 Main Power Panel

The Main Power Panel is contained within the Pilot Control Panel. It allows an operator to control electrical components, reset breakers, and connect 12 volt electrical components by way of two 12 volt power sockets. Figure 3-12: MAIN POWER PANEL

Control

Function

1. POWER SOCKET BREAKER

Protects the 12 volt power socket circuit from electric overload.

2. RADIO

Switch on to provide power to the radio.

3. MAST LIGHT

Switch on to turn the all-around light on, switch off to turn the light off.

4. LIGHTS

Switch on to turn navigation lights on, switch off to turn lights off.

5. BILGE PUMP

Turn the switch on to operate the bilge pump.

6. BILGE BLOWER

BILGE POWER SWITCH Switch on to supply power to the bilge pump, switch off to cut power to the pump.

7. PORT WIPER

Operates the windshield wiper that is located on the port side of the boat.

8. STARBOARD WIPER

Operates the windshield wiper that is located on the starboard side of the boat.

9. HORN

Operates the boat’s horn.

10. GPS

Switch on to provide power to the GPS (Global Positioning System).

11. HEATER

Controls power to the diesel heater electrical circuit.

12. SWITCH BREAKERS

Protects the rocker switch panel electrical circuits from damage.

13. 12 Volt Power Socket

Allows 12 volt electrical components to plug in to the 12 volt power supply.

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3.7.1.2 ENGINE MONITORING PANEL

The Engine Monitoring Panel allows the operator monitor the status of the engine and associated gauges. It is contained within the Pilot Control Panel. Figure 3-13: ENGINE MONITORING PANEL

Control

Function

1. FUEL Gauge

Displays the level of fuel in the fuel tank.

2. VOLT Gauge

Displays the battery charge in volts.

3. TEMP Gauge

Displays the engine temperature in °C and °F.

4. OIL Gauge

Displays the engine oil pressure in PSI and KPA.

5. RPM Tachometer

Displays engine speed in revolutions per minute.

6. ENGINE ERROR INDICATOR

Indicates when there is an engine error.

7. GAUGE ERROR INDICATOR

Indicates when there is an error with a gauge.

8. IGNITION ENABLE SWITCH

Toggle this switch on to enable engine ignition.

9. ALARM SILENCE SWITCH

Toggle this switch to turn audible alarm off or on.

10. ENGINE START BUTTON

Press this button once the IGNITION ENABLE SWITCH is toggled on in order to start the engine.

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3.7.2 Battery Switch Figure 3-14: Battery Switch

The battery switch supplies power to electrical components. It must be in the on position to start the boat and to power the electrical system. It is located on the starboard-stern side of the hull, next to the engine cover.

3.7.3 Alarms and Monitors This boat is fitted with various monitoring systems and alarms to make the operator and passengers aware of potential dangerous situations. All boat occupants must be familiar with these monitoring systems and alarms prior to boat operation. 3.7.3.1 High Bilge Water Indicator

TIP High water alarm could indicate a damaged hull, damage to the bilge pump, or that the drain plugs are not installed. The High Bilge Water Indicator system alarms to indicate an unusually high amount of water in the bilge. A lit green light indicates the system has power. A lit red light and buzzing sound indicates that a high level amount has accumulated in the bilge. 3.7.3.2 Engine Fire Indicator

Remote fire detectors monitor the boat for a fire. The Engine Fire Indicator system indicates when a fire is detected. If a temperature of 90°C (194°F) is detected, the red indicator light in the FIRE indicator monitor becomes lit and a loud buzzer alarms. When the Engine Fire Indicator system is monitoring for a fire, a green indicator light is lit in the monitor. © OUTLAW EAGLE, 2016

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3.7.3.3 Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator

TIP ventilation. Always run the bilge blower whenever the engine is idling to assist with boat DANGER! Inhalation of CO gas can poison you and result in serious injury or even death.

The Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator system monitors the bilge for CO (Carbon Monoxide) gas. A build-up of CO gas within the confines of the boat can occur if the boat is not properly ventilated. CO gas is colourless, odourless, and about the same weight as air. It is very important to ensure that your Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator system is working correctly.

3.8 Heating System

TIP Consult the diesel heater owner manual for additional information. A D4 Airtronic diesel heater is installed in the boat and is the heart of the boat’s heating system. Airtronic heaters quietly cycle through four heat levels to effectively maintain your desired temperature without having to idle the boat’s engine. Heater vents are installed in the dash, under each window, to keep occupants warm and to keep the windows free of frost. A simple three button control is installed in the dash. The centre button allows you to turn the heater on and off. Press the blue arrow to reduce heater output; press the red arrow to increase heater output. Figure 3-15: Diesel Heater Control

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3.8.1 Diesel Heater Tank and Fill Port The diesel heater’s fuel fill port is located on the port side of the boat hood. You can access it using the walk through window. The heating system’s diesel fuel tank can hold up to 10 L / 2.5 US gal. DANGER! Diesel fuel is flammable. Make sure to fill the diesel heater tank in a well ventilated area away from ignition sources. Failure to do so could result in a fire or an explosion that could result in injury, death, or damage to equipment. Figure 3-16: Diesel Heater Fuel Fill Port

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3.9 Bilge System The Bilge System helps to keep the bilge free of water. It also keeps the bilge ventilated to keep it free from the build up of toxic and explosive gases. Alarms warn boat occupants when the bilge has taken on a high volume of water and it warns when it detects a high concentration of fuel vapours. The Bilge System consists of an automatic electric bilge pump, a manual bilge pump, bilge blower, and the hull drain plugs. A High Bilge Water Indicator and a Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator alarm systems are also part of the Bilge System. See heading “3.7.3 Alarms and Monitors” on page 23 for more information on the bilge alarm systems.

3.9.1 Automatic Bilge Pump The purpose of the automatic bilge pump is to clear water from the bilge. It is located in the bilge sump, just forward of the transom. The Pump is controlled by the BILGE PUMP switch, which is located in the Pilot Control Panel. The bilge pump discharges water out of discharge ports that are located on the starboard-aft corner of the boat. A vent leads from the engine compartment out the back of the boat to assist in keeping the engine compartment cool when running the pump. Figure 3-17: Bilge Pump Switch

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3.9.2 Bilge Blower System

TIP Open windows and hatches when running the bilge blower to help improve ventilation. DANGER! Make sure to operate the bilge blower for at least four minutes before starting the engine to clear possible toxic and flammable fumes from the engine compartment. Failure to do so could result in a fire, explosion, or in a build up of toxic gases. This could result in injury or death.

The purpose of the Bilge Blower System is to clear the engine compartment of toxic and explosive gas fumes. It also assists in ventilating the bilge to clear any buildup of poisonous Carbon Monoxide gas. The Bilge Blower System works by fresh air being drawn in with the Bilge Blower. The Bilge Blower then forces fresh air through the bilge, through the engine compartment, and finally out the Blown Bilge Vent that is located at the rear of the boat. Use the BILGE BLOWER switch that is located in the Pilot Control Panel to activate the Bilge Blower System.

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3.10 Electrical System The boat has a 12 volt electrical system that consists of two 12 volt, 1000CA cranking amps, marine batteries. The batteries are setup to run in parallel. The electrical system is protected by a master fuse. Electrical components that are wired through the rocker switch panel are protected by a circuit breaker. These circuit breakers are located directly above the switch. Power is cut by the circuit breaker in the event of a system overload.

3.10.1 Lighting This watercraft is fitted with various forms of lighting. Some of the lights assist in navigation and are conventional boat lights. The blue rotating lights indicate an RCMP vehicle. The spotlights assist in search and rescue operations. 3.10.1.1 Lighting Arch

The Lighting Arch is constructed out of aluminum pipe. The arch is bolted to the side deck. Conduit is installed inside of stanchions to protect wiring. The following lights are fitted to the Lighting Arch:   

Two blue rotary lights Three remote control search lights One all-around anchor light

Figure 3-18: Lighting Arch

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3.10.1.2 Blue Rotary Lights

Two blue rotary lights are mounted onto the Lighting Arch. These lights have variable features that allow you to adjust the power consumption and the light intensity. They also have Scan-Lock and synchronization features. Consult the WHELEN, L31 Series: Installation Guide for more information. 3.10.1.3 Remote Control Search Lights

TIP Search lights use water resistant materials to increase the life of the light. The remote control search lights are mounted to the Lighting Arch. This watercraft has three of these lights and all of them can be rotated horizontally 360°, and tilted vertically 135°. These lights are controlled remotely from wired dash mount controls. These controls are mounted to the dash panel and are located above the pilot control panel. Figure 3-19: Search Light Controls

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3.10.1.4 All-Around Anchor Light

The all-around light is a white light, which can be seen from any direction. The all-around light also acts as the anchor light when the side lights are extinguished. It is fitted to the lighting arch Figure 3-20: All-Around Light

3.11 Towing DANGER! Do not use a jet boat to tow people. The jet propulsion system can discharge debris out the back of the boat at a high enough velocity to cause serious injury or death anyone behind the boat. CAUTION: Take care when towing. Excessive stress on your boat can damage the boat’s structure. CAUTION: Do not use this boat to try to free a boat that has run a ground. Doing so can damage your boat.

IMPORTANT: Damages to your boat that are caused by towing or trying to free a ground vessel are not covered under the boat’s warranty.

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While your Outlaw Eagle jet boat does come with a tow post, your jet boat is not intended for use as a towing vessels. Only properly trained operators with specialized equipment should attempt towing operations. If your jet boat must be towed, connect the tow line to the vessel’s bow eye. If boat occupants cannot be offloaded prior to towing, make sure that everyone is seated and is wearing a certified personal flotation device. Figure 3-21: Bow Eye

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3.12 VHF-Radio Marine Transceiver

TIP can Radio automatically saves the last two minutes of your last phone conversation. You also record conversations manually. The Icom M506 marine radio transceiver is mounted to the port-side dash. It comes with an AIS (Automatic Information System) receiver and can show watercraft identification information on its display. It also uses active noise cancellation technology which can reduce background noise up to 90%. A large LCD 132 x 96 pixel display offers an intuitive user interface. This makes it easy to read radio menus. Software key functions are located on the bottom line of the display. You can toggle through functions with the left and right buttons. Figure 3-22: Icom M506 VHF Radio

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3.13 GPS Chart Plotter

TIP access Choose HOME from any screen to return to the Home screen. Choose MENU to additional settings. The Standard Horizon 700i GPS chart plotter assists you in navigating a variety of waterways with its built-in C-Map charts. It is has a 7 inch high resolution, backlight display. It is mounted to the dash just above the rocker-switch panel. Once the battery switched is turned on, use the GPS switch in the rocker switch panel to supply power to the chart plotter. Your Standard Horizon chart plotter has a variety of features. Consult the Chart plotter owner manual for more information. Some of these features include:

 Built-in Wi-Fi, Web browser, and multi-media player  Built-in speakers  Video input  USB connection for memory stick to watch movies, view pictures, or listen to music  Pair with an iPhone or iPad using Jeppesen’s free Plan2Nav app  Dual chart level with independent zoom levels  IAIS and FF525 fish finder capable  Dedicated navigation keys Figure 3-23: GPS Chart Plotter

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3.14 Canopy CAUTION: Do not use canopy tops when towing your boat on the highway as doing so could damage them.

TIP boat. Contact our Service department if you require a custom-tailored travel top for your This boat comes with a canopy that is durable, water resistant, and easy to install. The heavy-duty marine canopy is custom-tailored to fit each boat. The cover fabric is specially treated with a water repellent. It is designed for long lasting colour, to be ultraviolet and mildew resistant, and to resist staining. The canopy consists of a front and back sections. The front section can be installed by itself. A pocket is sewn into the canopy that allows the mounting bars to be inserted inside of it. Fasteners along the boat windshield and along the gunwale facilitate canopy installation. Figure 3-24: Example of the Boat with the Canopy Installed

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Section 4: Operating Your Boat IMPORTANT: Outlaw Eagle advocates safe and responsible watercraft operation. Only properly trained and licensed operators should drive a boat.

4.1 Pre-Operation Checklists Follow these checklists to ensure that your boat is safe as well as mechanically and electrically sound.

TIP Follow these instructions to keep you, your passengers, and your boat safe! 4.1.1 Pre-Trip Safety Checklist Follow this checklist before you head out on the water to help ensure a safe boating experience. IMPORTANT: Please familiarize yourself with the safety standards, regulations, requirements, and laws that apply to the area in which you are operating this boat.

 Check the weather forecast  Submit a boating plan with instructions on what to do if you do not return at your targeted time

 Familiarize any of your guests with safety procedures instruct them in the use of safety equipment as required

 Ensure that you have a communication device and a signaling device  Ensure that a second operator accompanies you in case you become disabled  Ensure that all of your safety equipment is aboard and stowed securely and safely  Life jackets for everyone aboard  Fire extinguisher  Paddles  Signaling device  Tools  Rope

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4.2 Pre-Launch

4.2.1 Remove the Travel Top.

TIP Travel tops are highly recommended. They protect your boat during travel and storage. Perform these steps once you have reached your launch point. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Start at the stern of the boat and start undoing all snaps and turnbuckles that are connecting the travel top to the boat. Continue undoing snaps and turnbuckles as you move towards the front of the boat. Undo the fasteners securing the travel top to the windshield. Once all of the fasteners are undone, remove the travel top, fold it, and stow it in a sale, dry place. Remove the support bars and stow them until needed.

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4.2.2 Inspect The Boat 4.2.2.1 Inspect the Hull for Damage

TIP Following these instructions will help to ensure that your boat operates correctly when launched. CAUTION: Damage to the hull can hinder performance and result in the boat sinking.

1. 2.

Walk around the boat and search for any wear or damage that could hinder boat performance. From the bottom of the boat, examine the EZ-CLEAN GRATE to make sure that it is free of debris. Remove debris as required.

3.

Where applicable, remove the drain plugs from the stow points.

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Install the plugs into the drains. CAUTION: There may be two drains depending on the design of your boat. Make sure to install all drains. Failure to install drains will cause you boat to take on water.

5.

Unbuckle and remove the trailer tie-down straps.

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4.2.2.2 Check Bilge Blower Operation

Bilge blower operations are controlled by the BILGE BLOWER switch that is located in the Pilot Control Panel. DANGER! Failure to run the bilge blower prior to startup or fill operations could result in an explosion or the build up of Carbon Monoxide gas. Either could result in injury or death.

1.

Ensure that the battery switch is placed in the on position.

2.

Turn on the BILGE BLOWER switch.

3.

Run the bilge blower for four minutes prior to starting the engine.

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4.2.2.3 Check Steering System 1.

Turn the steering wheel from side to side to ensure there is a full range of motion.

2.

Check for loose fasteners and tighten as required. 4.2.2.4 Check Battery and Electrical System

1.

Place the battery switch in the on position.

2. 3.

At the Control Panel, check the VOLT gauge to ensure that a minimum of 12 volts is available. Check operation of all electrical items as required. NOTE: The rocker-switch panel that is located on the left-hand side of the main control panel contains switches for most of the boat’s electrical components.

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4.2.2.5 Check Fuel Level

TIP anMostinadequate mechanical breakdown calls to the Canadian Coast Guard are a direct result of fuel supply. 1. 2.

Ensure the battery switch is set in the on position. Place the FUEL ON / FUEL OFF valve in the FUEL ON position.

3.

Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. NOTE: It will take a couple of seconds for the fuel level to be displayed. Check the fuel gauge and add fuel as necessary.

4.

IMPORTANT: Make sure that you have a sufficient amount of fuel for the trip. Bring extra fuel in case of unforeseen circumstances.

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4.2.2.6 Check Bilge Pump for Proper

TIP Always run the bilge blower prior to starting. 1.

At the Pilot Control Panel turn on the BILGE BLOWER switch.

2.

Turn on the BILGE PUMP SWITCH to operate the bilge pump.

3.

Open the engine compartment and inspect the bottom of it for leaks.

4.

Check the engine compartment for fuel and vapour leaks.

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4.2.3 Install the Canopy (optional)

TIP Only use a marine safe water/detergent mix to clean the boat canopy! Follow these to steps to install the canopy. 1.

From the stern of the boat, install the side bars into the canopy pockets on both the port and starboard sides of the boat.

2.

From the center of the boat, insert two pieces of the top bar through the stitched pocket. The male end of one bar inserts into the female end of the other.

3.

Insert the now connected 2-piece top bar into the side bars.

4.

Install the remaining canopy supports.

5.

Walk the canopy forward, towards the windshield and fasten the canopy to the windshield.

6.

Fasten interior Velcro strips to the first bar.

7.

Fasten all sides.

8.

If required, zipper together both pieces of the canopy around the second bar to allow the canopy to slide over the last bar.

9.

From the stern, fasten all fasteners.

10. Finish doing up the zipper. 11. Snap the canopy button’s socket over the studs that run along the gunwale to connect the canopy to the hull.

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4.3 Boat Launch CAUTION: Do not use your engine to back your boat off of the trailer until you are sure that the trailer hook is disconnected from the boat’s bow eye. Backing the boat up while the hook is still connected can result in damage to the hull.

Follow this procedure to launch your boat. Consult the boat trailer manufacturer’s documentation for further information. 1.

Back the trailer into the water until the jet pump is submerged or until the back of the boat starts to float.

2. 3.

Make sure that the drain plugs are installed. From the front of the boat, disconnect the winch from the bow eye. .

4.

Carefully push the boat off of the trailer or back it off the trailer using the engine after startup.

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4.4 Startup NOTE: The following instructions assume that you have followed the Pre-Operation checklists. See heading “4.1 Pre-Operation Checklists” on page 35 for more information.

Follow these instructions to start the boat. 1. 2.

Make sure that the throttle is in the idle (neutral) position. From within the engine compartment, ensure that the outboard motor fuel supply valve is in the off position.

3.

Turn the battery switch to the ON position.

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4.

Turn the fuel supply valve to the FUEL ON position.

5.

From the Control Panel, turn and hold the ignition switch in the START position to start the engine. Place the BILGE PUMP switch in the automatic position.

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4.5 Jet Boat Operation DANGER! Debris sucked into the jet drive can be shot out at a high velocity from the jet nozzle. Be sure no one is behind the boat that could be struck with flying debris. Being struck with flying debris can result in injury or death. CAUTION: Do not operate the boat in debris or weed filled waters. The jet drive may become clogged, causing unexpected loss of steerage and possible damage to the jet drive. IMPORTANT: To maintain steerage you must maintain thrust. You will not be able to steer after shutting down the engine. Keep the throttle advanced and the engine on if you need to maneuver.

TIP Boat steering is more responsive at higher speeds. 1.

Use the throttle to control the engine.  Push the throttle forward to go faster

 Push the throttle backward to go slower or to go in reverse  Place the throttle in the idle (neutral) position when engine power is not required 2. 3.

Use the steering wheel to steer the boat in your intended direction. Advance the throttle forward until the boat is on plane.

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4.6 Outboard Motor

The outboard motor provides a secondary propulsion method should the primary motor become unavailable. Consult the Mercury FourStroke outboard motor owner manual for more information on operating and maintaining the outboard motor. 1.

From within the engine compartment, place the fuel supply valve in the supply position.

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2.

Ensure the fuel line is connected at the fuel disconnect connection.

3.

Squeeze the manual fuel pump until you feel fuel enter the chamber. Then squeeze the pump an additional three times to prime the pump.

4. 5.

Pull the pull cord to start the motor. Unlock the tilt lock to place the motor propeller in the water.

6.

Use the tiller handle to steer the boat.

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4.7 Bilge Pump Operation Bilge pump operation is controlled by the BILGE PUMP switch that is located in the rocker switch panel. DANGER! Make sure to operate the bilge blower for at least four minutes before starting the engine to clear possible toxic and flammable fumes from the engine compartment. Failure to do so could result in a fire, explosion, or in a build up of toxic gases. This could result in injury or death. CAUTION: Never run the bilge pump dry for prolonged periods of time. Doing so damages the pump. IMPORTANT: The bilge pump will only reduce the water level to 2cm (3/4 of an in.) from the bottom of the hull.

1. 2.

Ensure that the battery switch is in the on position. At the Pilot Control Panel, turn on the BILGE PUMP switch.

3.

Run the Bilge Pump until only approximately 2 cm (3/4 of in.) of water is left in the bottom of the hull.

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4.8 Manual Bilge Pump CAUTION: If you do not know where the water in the bilge has come from, check the boat hull to make sure that there is no indication of a leak. Failure to check for and to find a leak in the boat could cause the boat to take on water and damage the boat and associated equipment. IMPORTANT: The manual bilge pump should only be used when the electric pump is not available.

1.

Mounted to the starboard stern of the boat, remove the bilge pump handle from the stow bracket.

2.

Insert the handle into the pump body and stroke the pump until all water is removed from the bilge.

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4.9 Bilge Blower

TIP Open windows and hatches when running the bilge blower to help improve ventilation. DANGER! Always run the Bilge Blower whenever the engine is idling and for four minutes prior to starting the engine. This assists with bilge ventilation, which helps to clear the boat of toxic and potentially explosive gases. Failure to run the Bilge Blower in these situations can result in damage to equipment, injury, or even death.

1. 2. 3.

Make sure that the battery switch is in the on position. At the Pilot Control Panel, turn the BILGE BLOWER switch on to engage the Blower. NOTE: The red BILGE BLOWER switch light will be lit when the switch is on. l From the aft of the boat, place your hand over the Blown Bilge Vent (the vent closer to the starboard side) to make sure that air is coming from the vent. NOTE: It may be an indication of a problem with your Bilge Blower System if you don’t feel any air exiting the vent.

4.10 Diesel Heater See the diesel heater user manual for more detailed instructions on how to operate and maintain the diesel heater.

TIP It may take 3-5 minutes for the heater to produce heat.

1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7.

Ensure that the diesel heater is filled with fuel. Add fuel as necessary at the green fill port that is located on the port side of the hood. NOTE: The diesel fuel tank can hold 10 L (2.5 US gal) of diesel fuel. Locate the diesel heater control in the control panel. Press power button to turn heater on.

Use the blue and red arrows to adjust heat. Ensure that the heater is enabled. NOTE: The display will show the words “HEATER ENABLED”. Press the power button again to turn the heater off.

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4.11 Light Controls 4.11.1 Remote Search Lights The controls for the remote search lights are located on the top of the dash, above the right-hand control panel. 1. 2.

Use the toggle switches to toggle the lights on and off. Use the joystick to rotate the lights and to adjust the angle of the lights.

4.11.2 All Around Light and Navigation Lights 1. 2.

Use the ALL AROUND LIGHT SWITCH to turn on the All Around light. Use the NAVIGATION LIGHT SWITCH to turn on the navigation lights. NOTE: Keeping these lights on at all times during boat operation will assist others in seeing your boat.

4.11.3 Compass Light Control The compass is secured to the top of the dash on the starboard side of the boat. Use the compass light control to adjust the brightness of the compass light.

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4.12 Trim Tab Adjustment The following steps explain how to adjust the trim tabs. You may need to adjust the boat’s trim tabs from time to time to ensure a smooth ride.

TIP keep Depending on weight distribution, you may need to adjust one trim tab more than the other to the boat planing correctly. Tools Required:  3/4 in. open ended wrench  3/16 in. narrow punch or a metal bar of a similar width. IMPORTANT: Trim should always be adjusted in approximately 3mm (1/8 in.) increments.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Use the 3/4 in. wrench to loosen off the top and bottom jam nuts. Insert a 3/16 in. narrow punch or 3/16 in. wide bar or equivalent. Rotate the turnbuckle in the required direction. NOTE: Nuts are opposing thread (one left-hand and one right hand thread) Re-torque the jam nuts.

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4.13 Trailering Your Boat

TIP Consult your trailer dealer regarding provincial or state regulations! CAUTION: Improper trailering may cause irreparable damage to your boat. If you are unsure about how to properly secure your boat, please read the manufacturer’s owner’s guide or contact your dealer.

1.

With the boat in the water, hook the trailer winch to the boat’s bow eye and winch it on the trailer making sure that the boat is sitting squarely.

2.

Make sure that trailer is correctly connected to the towing vehicle and pull the boat out of the water. With the boat connected to the trailer, Attach the tie-down straps to the eye hooks at the boat’s transom and to the eye hooks located on the rear of the trailer.

3.

4. 5.

Remove the drain plugs and screw them into the stow points. Make sure that the boat is not hanging over the end of the trailer bunk.

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Section 5: Maintaining Your Boat IMPORTANT: You must read the original equipment manufacturers’ user documentation for all third-party components in order to understand how to properly service and maintain them. IMPORTANT: You will find a complete list of parts in “Appendix 3: Technical Information”.

Keep your boat running at optimal performance. Follow a regular maintenance program to ensure that your boat remains well-tuned. NOTE: The following steps are only guidelines projected for a boat that operates less than 25 hours a week. A boat operating over 25 hours a week will require more maintenance.

5.1 Recommended Tools & Spare Parts List Experienced boaters know that mechanical breakdowns happen over the life of a boat. To minimize the effects of mechanical break downs, we recommend you carry the following spare parts on the boat: Recommended Spare Parts 

Spark plugs

Fuses

Spare fuel line

Solenoid

Spare battery

Propeller

Shear and Cotter pins

Spare battery

Hose clamps

Oil and grease

Extra fuel

Extra filters

Recommended Tools 

Crescent wrenches

Socket set

Spark plug wrench (consult engine manual for size)

Screwdriver set

Hammer

Vise-grips

Slip-joint pliers

Needle nose pliers

Electrical tape

Oil and grease

Extra fuel

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5.2 Pre-Season Maintenance

TIP Outlaw Eagle stocks a majority of your boat’s parts right in our warehouse and special order parts are usually 3 days or less away! 5.2.1 Check Battery Condition DANGER! The chance of an electrical shock always exists when working with electricity. Assess your work area and take any necessary precautions to avoid a shock. Electrical shocks can result in injury or death.

Tools Required:  Load tester

 1000CA batteries as required 1. 2. 3.

Check the condition of the boat batteries using a load tester. NOTE: A fully charged 12 volt battery has a charge of approximately 12.65 volts. Charge or replace the batteries as required. Check the battery voltage after charging or replacing them, prior to operating the boat.

TIP Have a certified technician inspect your fuel system annually. 5.2.2 Inspect Fuel System DANGER! Operating a boat with a damaged or leaking fuel system can cause a fire or explosion which could result in injury or death.

1. 2. 3.

Inspect your fuel system for leaks or damage. Do not operate the boat if you notice any leaks or damage. Immediately have the fuel system repaired.

5.2.3 Check Fluids IMPORTANT: Consult the jet engine manufacturer’s owner manual for engine fuel, oil, and coolant requirements.

Ensure all boat fluids are topped or changed out prior to operating your boat for the first time of the season. 5.2.3.1 Jet Engine Fuel

It is important to ensure that you have enough fuel for your trip. Make sure to calculate your expected fuel consumption and bring extra fuel in case of unforeseen circumstances.

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5.2.3.2 Jet Engine Oil

Consult with the jet engine owner manual to best understand how often to change engine oil. This will depend on engine running time and the ambient temperature. Look through the engine oil tank sight glass to gauge how much oil is in the oil tank. The oil tank can hold a maximum of 10 L (2.5 US gal) of oil.

5.2.4 Other Checks  Inspect the electrical system wiring for corrosion or damage  Check throttle connections and tighten as necessary  Visually inspect the fuel system for leaks  Check the strength of cooling system antifreeze using an antifreeze coolant tester. Replace or add coolant as required.

 Check and clean flame arrestor or air filter as required  Kodiak Jet powered boats do not have a flame arrestor or an air filter  Check the condition of hoses, lines, clamps, and fittings for wear and or damage and replace as required

 Top up windshield washer fluid

5.3 After Every Trip 1.

Place the battery switch in the off position. CAUTION: Keeping the battery connected when not in use may drain the battery.

2. 3.

Clean the boat by washing the hull, canopy, and the interior with a marine or automotive safe detergent/water mix. Carefully power wash the interior of the boat with a marine safe solvent to help keep it looking new. CAUTION: Using a pressure washer on the seats can damage the vinyl.

4. 5. 6.

Ensure the boat is dry before storing it. NOTE: This helps keep mildew and mold from forming. Keep the fuel tanks filled during the boating season to help keep condensation from forming on them. Once the boat is back on the trailer, remove the drain plug(s) that are installed beneath the swim platform at the stern of the boat. This will help keep the boat dry and in good shape.

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5.4 Occasional Maintenance Your boat will occasionally require additional maintenance to help keep it running at its best and to keep it looking clean and new.

5.4.1 General Maintenance IMPORTANT: Use only mild detergents when cleaning. Do not use any solvents.

 Vacuum the marine carpet.  Wash the canopy.  Clean the vinyls seats with a vinyl cleaner.  Apply a marine or automotive wax two or three times a year. 5.4.2 Exposed Aluminum Perform this procedure 2-3 times per year. 1. 2.

Mix fresh water with a marine-safe detergent and scrub any exposed aluminum. Use a power washer to rinse away any remaining detergent. NOTE: Do not use an abrasive or acidic cleaner on exposed aluminum.

5.5 Post-Season Maintenance IMPORTANT: Consult the original equipment manufacturers’ owner manuals for specific instructions on post-season maintenance and for winterizing procedures.

Here are some tips on how to winterize your boat:

 Spray your engine block with an anti-corrosive spray (optional)  Completely drain all water from the cooling system  Seal exhaust and intake vents with netting to safeguard against insects and animals  Disconnect batteries and store them in above freezing temperatures  Check the jet engine impeller for damage and repair or replace it as necessary 5.5.1 Add Fuel Stabilizer 1. 2. 3.

Add fuel stabilizer to a full tank of fuel. NOTE: Follow the fuel stabilizer manufacturer’s recommendations. TIP - Add fuel stabilizer to the last tank of fuel used during the season to ensure the entire fuel system is treated. Top up the tank with fuel

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5.5.2 Winterizing Your Boat All fresh water must be drained to prevent damage and to control mildew, corrosion, and mold. See the appropriate owner manuals for component specific winterizing steps.

5.5.3 Storage If you are going to store your jet boat for an extended period, such as through winter, we suggest that you have your jet boat serviced by an authorized Outlaw Eagle dealer. Store your jet boat in a dry area out of direct sunlight. We recommend installing a travel top to help protect the interior of the boat.

5.6 Jet Drive Maintenance Occasionally, check all mounting bolts, intake screws, and connections to make sure that they are tight. Tighten as required.

5.6.1 Shear Pin or Key Replacement Your jet drive is equipped with a shear pin or key to protect the unit in the event of a rock jam. Follow this procedure to replace a shear pin or key. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Remove the water intake. Remove the driveshaft cotter pin and nut. NOTE: This appears similar to a propeller drive. Replace the shear pin or key. Pull the shaft nut up tight to remove any play between the impeller and driveshaft. Note the position of the impeller shim washers and replace them in the same order.

5.6.2 Grease Jet Pump Bearings Every 10 Hours IMPORTANT: We recommend greasing the bearing every 10 hours to help increase the life of your jet pump.

TIP Make greasing your jet pump part of your every day maintenance procedure! 1. 2. 3. 4.

Disconnect the lube hose coupling from the grease fitting. Connect a grease gun to the pump’s grease Zerk fitting. Apply just enough grease to fill the lube hose. Reconnect the lube hose coupling to the grease fitting.

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5.6.3 Grease Pump to Purge Water Every 30-40 Hours Apply extra grease to the jet pump every 30-40 hours to purge moisture from the pump. The texture of the grease coming out indicates the conditions inside of the bearing housing 1. 2. 3.

4.

Disconnect the lube hose coupling from the grease fitting. Connect a grease gun to the pump’s grease Zerk fitting. Apply enough new grease to force old grease out of the bearing housing. NOTE: If the grease begins to turn dark, dirty grey, then the bearing and seals should be inspected and replaced as necessary. Reconnect the lube hose coupling to the grease fitting.

5.7 Check Jet Intake CAUTION: Make sure that the engine is shut off before performing these steps. Failure to do so may result in the pump seizing.

1. 2. 3.

Check the jet intake to ensure that the EZ-Clean grate is free of debris. If it is not free of debris, use your foot to open the EZ-Clean grate. Repeat as necessary until the intake is free of debris.

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Section 6: Troubleshooting

TIP Consult the “ Parts List” in Appendix A Technical Information for part numbers! When troubleshooting problems, consult the original equipment manufacturers’ documentation. Do this for all third party components such as the engine, motor, pumps, and electronic devices Use the General Troubleshooting Table that is located on the following page to assist you in troubleshooting and resolving general problems.

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6.1 General Troubleshooting Table Symptom

Possible Cause

Solution

PROBLEMS WITH BOAT RIDE Boat Moves Slowly

Boat is Riding Rough

Boat vibration

Unequal load distribution

Adjust load distribution.

Engine is not running correctly

Ensure that the engine is running correctly. See your engine owners manual for more information.

Jet intake is blocked

Ensure that the jet intake is clean.

Impeller is damaged or worn

Check impeller. If your impeller is damaged or worn, the boat cannot reach its full speed. Consult your dealer.

Traveling too fast over choppy waters.

Slow down

Trim tabs need to be adjusted.

Adjust trim tabs. See heading “3.12 Trim Tab Adjustment” on page 25 for steps on how to correctly adjust the trim tabs.

Unequal load distribution

Adjust load distribution.

Debris is stuck in the impeller/propeller

Reverse propeller/impeller to clear debris.

Propeller/shaft is damaged

Have your dealer check for a bent propeller/shaft and repair as required.

Loose components

Check all mounting plates, fasteners, and storage areas. Tighten down fasteners and mounting plates. Secure loose items in storage areas.

ENGINE (CONSULT THE ENGINE OWNER ’S MANUAL) Coughs and sputters

Engine is not getting enough fuel

Make sure that there is fuel in the tank. Make sure that the FUEL ON/OFF valve is in the FUEL ON position. Check fuel lines to make sure they are not pinched or obstructed. Clean or change out fuel filters/strainers Check fuel filters and the fuel tank sediment bowl for water in the fuel. Replace fuel and filters as required. Test your fuel pump. Have the fuel pump fixed or replaced if it is now working correctly.

Spark plugs are dirty or worn out

Clean or replace spark plugs as required.

ENGINE (CONSULT THE ENGINE OWNER ’S MANUAL) Engine stops suddenly

No power

Check battery connections and tighten them as required. Check for broken wiring and repair as necessary. Check for burnt out fuses and replace as necessary. Check the safety shutoff lanyard and reset electrical as necessary.

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Symptom

Possible Cause

Solution

Engine is running hot

Low oil or coolant

Wait for the engine to cool down and then check the oil and coolant levels. Add fluid as necessary.

Broken or stretched cooling system belt Check the belt for wear or damage and replace as necessary. Raw water intake is blocked

Clear any debris from the raw water intake

Raw water intake pump is worn or damaged

Check the raw water intake pump for damage. Repair it or replace it as required.

Thermostat is worn or damaged

Replace the thermostat.

Pump impeller is worn

Replace the pump impeller

STEERING Steers erratically

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Dirty, worn, or slipped steering cable

Clean, adjust, or replace the steering cable as required.

Trim tabs need to be adjusted.

Adjust trim tabs. See heading “3.12 Trim Tab Adjustment” on page 25 for steps on how to correctly adjust the trim tabs.

Steering cable brackets are loose

Tighten steering cable brackets as required.

Steering wheel is loose

Tighten steering wheel connections as required.

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Appendix A: Technical Information This appendix contains the following information about your boat:

 Serial number list  Part’s list  Electrical schematic  Line drawings

Serial Numbers

TIP standards Boats have Hull Serial Numbers (HIN) to help identify a boat and the construction applied to it! Please see heading “3.3 Hull Serial Number (HIN)” on page 6 for the location of the boat’s Hull Identification Number plate. Table A-1: Important Serial Numbers Item Description

Serial Numbers

Hull Identification Number (HIN)

QOM19684L516

V8 Kodiak Jet Engine

201501257

Jet Pump for the V8 Kodiak Jet Engine

88910600

Outboard Motor

OR702622

Trailer

1G9BB2127GL401090

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Parts List Table A-2:List for Boat Parts Part Description

Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

PROPULSION SYSTEM Kodiak V8 Engine

Mercury Marine

KME350VTBFI

KME350VTBFI

Kodiak 3 Stage Jet Pump

Mercury Marine

N/A

N/A

- 3 Stage Yoke for Kodiak Pump

Flow Tec

FT-Yoke

FT-Yoke

- Outboard Motor

Mercury Marine

1F10211EK

1F10211EK

FUEL SYSTEM PARTS Belly Fuel Tank

D&M Plastics

COE4801

DMCOE4801

Gas Tank Vent - Chrome

Sea Dog

352100

SEA352100

Gas Fill

Sea Dog

351750

SEA351750

- Fuel Fill

Perko

1319DPGBK

WMPER1319-DPG-BK

- Type 2 Fuel Fill 1-1/2 in.

Green Line

681A-150

G681A-150

Rubber Fuel Line Hose

Green Line

611A-031

G611A-031

- Type A-1 3/8 in. Fuel Feed Hose

Green Line

611A-038

- Type A-1 5/8 in. Fuel Feed Hose

Green Line

G611A-063

G611A-063

Softwall Exhaust/Coolant Hose

Green Line

G388-350

G388-350

Fuel Tank Flange

A.R. Thompson Group

T364

ART364

Fuel Sender

Stewart Warner

385B-F

SW385B

Fuel Surge Protector

Attwood

16756

WMATT16756

Fuel Pick Up (with screen)

EVM INC Machine products

1238WA220TCP

WM1238WA220TCP

Muffler, External Box (RT)SJ

Outlaw Marine

OE-500B05

OE-500B05

Muffler, External Box (LEFT)SJ

Outlaw Marine

OE-500B06

OE-500B06

Muffler, Internal SJ L&R

Outlaw Marine

OE-500B10

OE-500B10

- Engine Fuel/Water Separator

Racor

320RRAC02

PAYRAC320RRAC02

- Fuel Shutoff Valve

Gregg's Distributing R210-CC

GR210-CC

- 1 1/2" DECK FILL

Sea Dog

SEA357032

- Mini Ball Valve for Draining Water Fuel/Water Separator

Gregg's Distributing BV-1/4

GRMINI-BV-1/4

- 3 in. Exhaust Flapper - EG-300

Sierra

WM18-4456

WM18-4456

- 3 in. Soft Wall Exhaust Valve

Green Line

388-300

G388-300

- 4 in. Soft Wall Exhaust Valve

Green Line

388-400

G388-400

- Fuel Spill Tray

Outlaw Eagle

OE-600B22

OE-600B22

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Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

BILGE SYSTEM PARTS - 1500 GPH Bilge Pump

Rule

Rul 02

PAY02

- Bilge Pump Hose (1-1/8 in.)

Green Line

930-113

G930-113

- Manual Bilge Pump

Jabsco

29240-0000

WM29240-0000

- Bilge Blower 3 in. WR

Attwood

17331

ATT17331

- Thru Hull 1-1/8 in. (x2)

Attwood

66543

ATT66543

- Thru Hull 3/4 in. (x2)

Attwood

66541

ATT66541

- Thru Hull Connector for Manual Bilge Pump

Attwood

3878

ATT3878

- 1 1/8 CHECK VALVE

Bosworth

BOS74-9

WMBOS74AB 3/4

- Float Switch

Rule

35A

WMRUL35A

- 3" Fire Proof Duct Hose

Green Line

GDC-300

GLGDC-300

- Blower Vent

Outlaw Eagle

OE-500B12

OE-500B12

- Air/Vent/Blower 3 in. Hose

Green Line

300

AV300

CONTROLS, GAUGES, & DASH COMPONENTS - Kill Switch Universal

Sea-Dog

420488

SEA046046

- Dimmer Switch

Cole Herse

7460101

WMCH7460101

- VHF Radio Mount

Morad Electronics Corp.

9076

9076 M99

- Mount Adapter

Morad Electronics Corp

9073

9073 M91W

- Alarm, Beeper Style

Aqualarm

20106

WPAQL20106

- GPS System

Standard Horizon

CPN700I

CPN700I

- Antenna (GPS System)

Standard Horizon

Q7000619A GSU-5H

Q7000619A GSU-5H

- Fish Finder

Standard Horizon

FF525

FF525

- Transducer

Standard Horizon

DST521

DST521

- C-MAP System

Jeppesen

CMAP048-4D

CMAP048-4D

- VHF Radio

Icom Incorporated

IC-M506B

IC-M506B

- VHF Radio VH-56 Antenna

Morad Electronics Corp.

9120

9120

DIESEL HEATER SYSTEM - D4 Airtronic Heater

Polar Mobility Research td

CA211373

POCA211373

- Thru Hull

Polar Mobility Research ltd

RD-TH-05-193-24

PORD-TH-05-193-24

- Exhaust Muffler

Polar Mobility Research ltd

251864810100

PO251864810100

- “Y” Pipe for Heater

Polar Mobility Research ltd

221000010021

PO221000010021

- Diesel Fuel Fill Port

Sea Dog

357031

SEA357031

- Marine Heater 5/8 in. Hose

Green Line

301-063

G301-063

- Marine Heater 3/4 in. Hose

Green Line

301-075

G301-075

LIGHTING - Navigation Lights

Hella Marine

980520901

PAY980520901

- Search Light

Wesbar

54209-002

PAYWES54209-002

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Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

- Search Lights

Go Light

20204

WMGO20204

- L31 Blue Light

Whelen Engineering inc

WL31

AF-WL31

- All Around Light

Sea-Dog

400023-1

WMSEA400023-1

- 12V Red Indicator Light

Kohen Electronics

2191L1-12V

KH2191L1-12V

- Pole Light Storage Clip

Attwood

7571-1

ATT7571-1

CANOPY - 1-3/16 in. Hoop Pocket (x8)

Outlaw Eagle

OE-HOOP PKT&SLV 1 3/ 16"

OE-HOOP PKT&SLV 1 3/ 16"

- 1 in. Hoop Pocket (x2)

Outlaw Eagle

OE-HOOP PKT&SLV 1"

OE-HOOP PKT&SLV 1"

- Bag

Outlaw Eagle

OPT-405

OPT-405

- Cut Uprights, Bend Bars, Pockets

Outlaw Eagle

OPT-401 & OPT-400

OPT-401 & OPT-400

STEERING - Steering Wheel

U Flex USA

CORSE

UFCORSE

- Steering Connector Kit

Seastar Solutions

MO300617

MO300617

- 19 ft. Steering Cable

U Flex USA

M8619

UFM8619

- Bezel 90°

U Flex USA

X34

UFX34

- Rack-Helm STD

U Flex USA

G86

UFG86HELM

THROTTLE/SHIFT - 43 BC Type 19 ft. Shift Cable

U Flex USA

C23BCX19

UFC23BCX19

- 33 C Type 19 ft. Throttle Cable

U Flex USA

C8X19

UFC8X19

- Single Lever Throttle Control

U Flex USA

B301CR

UFB301CR

- Uflex Cable Kit

U-Flex

K61

UFK61

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - 1000CA 12 Volt Battery

Canadian Energy

BAT2

ISBAT2

- Battery Tray

Sea Dog

415044

PAY415044

- Add A Battery kit

Blue Sea

BSS7649

PAYBSS7649

- Horn

AFI Marinco

11035

AFI11035

- V8 Switch Panel

RH Motorsports

2PL002IB

SUBE2PL002IB

- V8 Panel Gauge

Motorsports

2PL003IB

SUBE2PL003IB

- Kodiak Engine Wire Harness

Kodiak Engine Manufacturing

2HN001

SUBE2HN001

- Fire Detector

Aqualarm

20234

PAYAQL20234

- FUME DETECTOR

Marine Technologies INC

SA-1

PAYSA-1

- Coaxial cable

Sea-Dog

329806-1

WMSEA329806-1

- 20 AMP Circuit Breaker

Kohen Electronics

W58-XB1A4A-20

KW58-XB1A4A-20

- 10 AMP Circuit Breaker

Kohen Electronics

W58-XB1A4A-10

KW58-XB1A4A-10

- 5 AMP Circuit Breaker

Kohen Electronics

W58-XB1A4A-5

KW58-XB1A4A-5

- 3 AMP Circuit Breaker

Kohen Electronics

W58-XB1A4A-3

KW58-XB1A4A-3

- 6 Switch Panel

Blue Sea

8053

PAYBSS8053

- 6 Switch Panel

Blue Sea

BSS8373

WMBSS8373

- Momentary Switch

Sea

BSS8200

WMBSS8200

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Table A-2:List for Boat Parts Part Description

Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

- Rocker Switch

Ancor

ANC554032

WMANC554032

WALK-THROUGH WINDOW - Weatherstripping 1/4 in. X 1/4 in. X 50 ft.

Faucher Industries

623-7863

FA623-7863

- Window Glass

PPG Glass

GLASS

GLASS

- Pantograph Wiper Arm

AFI Marinco

33037A

WMAFI33037A

- Wiper Blade

AFI Marinco

33116

AFI33116

- Wiper Motor

AFI Marinco

38000

AFI38000

- Windshield Washer System

AFI Marinco

AFI33505

WMAFI33505

SAFETY - Paddle

Caviness

RD-55

WMCAVRD-55

- Ladder

Windline

TGL-3

PAYTGL-3

- Scotty Floating Line

Scotty

793S

PAY793S

- FIRE EXTINGUSHER

Greggs distributors

BLABC5WH

GRBLABC5WH

- FIRE EXT BRACKET

Greggs distributors

HDVB-1

GRHDVB-1

- AIR HORN

Greggs distributors

65808

GR65808

- FIRST AID KIT

Orion Marine

ORI765

PAYORI765

- LIFE JACKET

Mustang Survival Gear

V-10UN

WMMUV-10UN

- ROPE with FLOAT

Fox 40

7905-0000

WMFOX7905-0000

- F-PACK FLARES

Comet-Marine

F-PACK

WM725293

- 24" LIFE RING W/ROPE

Lift Ring

55-143-F

WM55-143-F

- FIRE ACCESS Door

Outlaw Eagle

OE-500B30

OE-500B30

FASTENERS & MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE - Butt Hinge 1.5

Attwood

66163-1

ATT66163-1

- Ball Stud

Faucher

777-7036

FA777-7036

- Short Hinge

Sea Dog

204280

SEA204280

- Gas Shock - 30 lb, 12.5 in.

Faucher

777-8604

FA777-8604

- Aluminum Flange - 1/2 in. Pickup

Charles A Richardson

0500 PU

CARL0500PU

- Tiedown Strap

Epco

PTTD4

WMPTTD4

- S/S Turnbuckle

Sea Dog

185512

SEA185512

- Transom Mount Turnbuckle

Outlaw Eagle

OE-TRANSOMBMT

OE-TRANSOMBMT

- Flush Lock Handle

Perko

1091DP1BLK

WMPER1091DP1BLK

- Socket & Cap

Sea Dog

426115

SEA426115

- Locking Hasp

Sea Choice

37031

LNS50-37031

- Offset Hinge

Sea Dog

205350

SEA205350

- 1/4 in. Pins

Gregg's Distributor

66505

GR66505

- 12 in. Grab Handle

Bolton Stainless

BS12

BS12

- 5/8 in. Hitch Pin

Gregg's distributors

66282

GR66282

- Rope Ring Tie Down

Gregg's Distributor

783-5087

FA783-5087

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Table A-2:List for Boat Parts Part Description

Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

- EZ-Clean Spring Retainer

Outlaw Eagle

OE-100B13

OE-100B13

- 20 in. Stomp Bar

Outlaw Eagle

OE-STOMPBAR20

OE-STOMPBAR20

- Waterjet cut EZ-Clean Plate

Outlaw Eagle

EZUHMWGUIDEPLATE

EZUHMWGUIDEPLATE

- Spring EZ-Clean, V8, Sport Jet

Western Spring and Wire

C307

WSC307

TANK - Engine Oil Tank Adapter

Mercury Marine

15967

MC15967

- Belly Fuel Tank

Mercury Marine

COE4801

DMCOE4801

MISCELLANEOUS - Dark Grey Hatch (11 x 15 in.)

Tempress Marine

44333

TM44333

- Anchor

Tie Down

TIE95100

WMTIE95100

- Adjustable Seat Base

Springfield

1250250L

LNS169-1250250L

- Bow Roller

Sea Dog

328053

WMSEA328053

- Compass

RITCHIE Helmsman

HB-741

PAYRITHB741

- Floating Flashlight

Greggs Distributors

5109S

GR5109S

- 6V Battery for Flashlight

Greggs Distributors

1209

GR1209

- Cleats, 6 in. Alum, Weld-On

Sea Dog

46046

SEA046046

- 4070 Plastic Cup Holder

Marine East

CUP

MECUP

- Navigator Seat

Tempress Marine

54657

TM54657

- Cowl Vent

Attwood

1364

ATT1364

- Load Guide

Fulton

FULGB150-100

WMFULGB150-0100

- Lug Wrench

Greggs Distributors

DOC643-320

GRDOC643-320

- Zinc Anode

Canada Metal

CMT-Z6A

WMCMTZ6A

Drawings & Schematics You will find the electrical schematic and line drawings on the following pages.

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THIRD-PARTY REFERENCES

Appendix B: Third-Party References Where available, this appendix contains reference documentation for original equipment manufacturer components used in the construction of the jet boat. Mercury Marine guides and manuals are available for purchase through Mercury Marine. Hard copies that were provided with any original equipment manufacturer components are supplied with the boat. You will find electronic copies for the following component parts:

 Bilge Pump - Electric  Bilge Pump - Manual  Diesel Heater  Chart Plotter  Engine Owner’s Manual  Fish Finder  Fume Detector  Gasoline Fuel Water Separator  GPS Map  Light - Blue Rotating  Windshield Washer System  Windshield Wiper Motor

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