View Full Version : Dont find the fault!!!

08-17-2012, 06:48 AM
Do you remember??
We dont find the problem.
We made the correct recording with Diacom Program but
we dont see the problem.
Please, someone wants to look at results of Diacom and say
where is the fault.
How could i upload the results at forum for that you can see?

08-17-2012, 11:39 AM
PM sent. Please e-mail me anything you would like us to review. We will try out best to help. This group is very supportive and has a lot of knowledge. Good luck!

08-17-2012, 12:46 PM
I send you of results.

Thanks a lot.

08-17-2012, 01:06 PM
I was unable to open the video files with the test results but Santi said the tech told him they were inconclusive. The tech gave him specific instructions for how to run the next test, which he did and forwarded. I think he's waiting to hear back now. We'll see.

08-17-2012, 01:41 PM
What exactly is the boat doing?

08-17-2012, 02:56 PM
Looks like the boat won't pas 1500 rpm when hot hard to tell from video.
If you have a water strainer be sure the fittings don't twist it will pull in air .

08-17-2012, 05:47 PM
Please, I am a serious person, i have a 40 years old, i only ask for help for repairs my boat.
I do not speak English.
Here in Spain, Moomba Boat buyers have no support technical.
I try to read it all but it's hard for me.

Please slow down.

Por favor, yo soy una persona seria, tengo 40 años, solo pido ayuda para arreglar mi barco.
Yo no hablo ingles.
Aquí en españa los compradores de barcos Moomba no tenemos soporte técnico.
Intento leerlo todo pero es complicado para mi.

Por favor más despacio.

08-17-2012, 05:53 PM
So it has been tested:

I need you to do another recording, this time do it in a specific manner. Turn the key on with the engine off and start recording with Diacom. After 30 seconds, (with the engine still off) move the throttle handle from the idle position slowly to the wide open throttle position then back to the idle position. The whole movement from idle to wide open throttle and back should take about 30 seconds.

Now start the engine and let it run at idle RPM for about 30 seconds. Shift the engine into gear and let it idle in gear for about 30 seconds. After 30 seconds, increase the rpm to 1000 RPM and leave it there for 30 seconds then increase the RPM to 1500 for 30 seconds. Continue this process increasing the RPM in 500 RPM increments till the engine either misbehaves or reaches wide open throttle. If the engine does misbehave and the RPM drops, do not move the throttle handle back to the idle or any lower position for at least 30 seconds. Send me a copy of that recording and I may be able to better tell what the problem is.

Kaneboats, i again send you the test.