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    Default How-to: Winterize your Indmar Assault 325/340

    Made a video winterizing today. There used to be a great thread on here that lost the pictures when Photobucket stopped 3rd party hosting. This was on an Assault 325. May work for 340 also, but not familiar with it first hand.

    https://youtu.be/TKCIjKWyiPA
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    Well done Sir
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    Thanks a lot! I will be using this vid this week on mine.

    KC huh? Nice! We are near Wichita.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregInKS View Post
    Thanks a lot! I will be using this vid this week on mine.

    KC huh? Nice! We are near Wichita.
    Yes sir... I've got a buddy down in Hutch. I pulled the boat down to the muddy waters of Cheney one day. From that day forward I vowed to go to Table Rock any time I towed that far lol.
    -Mike
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    Yup... Cheney is where we go. It's not bad.
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    Given the time of year it is.... bump
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    Would these procedures apply to the Indmar Assault 330 Cat in a '14 Mojo? If not are there any other online resources? The owners manual basically says take your boat to a dealer to winterize.

    Also is there an alternative method where you just allow the engine to suck in pink anti-freeze???

    Thanks!
    '14 Mojo 2.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtTheRiver View Post
    Would these procedures apply to the Indmar Assault 330 Cat in a '14 Mojo? If not are there any other online resources? The owners manual basically says take your boat to a dealer to winterize.

    Also is there an alternative method where you just allow the engine to suck in pink anti-freeze???

    Thanks!
    Yes, they are both 5.7L motors.
    If you had a Ford Raptor, it would be all different.

    Online - nope. This is one of the better places to learn. Some of the other wake boats used the same motors back then. They have forums.

    Pretty easy.

    There are some threads about filling you block with antifreeze. How to. Try the search.

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    It's important not to just run anti-freeze the system, see the stuff coming out of the exhaust, and call it complete. Big no no.

    You need to drain all the water first, then plumb the anti-freeze. I recall reading about it takes 5-8 gallons.

    Method 1 drains all the water and leave it.

    Method 2 drains all the water and then fills with anti-freeze.

    I've done #1 for years

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    Here is another thread:

    https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?url...5&share_type=t


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