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    Default 6.2 Raptor impeller

    Is there a write up on here on how to change the impeller on a 6.2 Raptor? I'm sure it's not hard but any tips to make it easier are encouraged.

    Also what oil and filter are you using? Volume?

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    Default 6.2 Raptor impeller

    Impeller is easy.

    Raw water pump is located at center of crankshaft.

    Remove four screws grab rubber impeller with pliers and wiggle to remove. Lubricate housing with WD40 and reinstall, kit comes with new gasket. Take a picture before you remove impeller to get rubber vane orientation correct.


    As far as oil and filter. I personally run Castrol Edge 5W30 synthetic and a wix 57186XP or Mann 719/8x filter.
    Capacity is 8 qts.

    Castrol 03084 EDGE 5W-30 Advanced... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ICSWGJ0...p_mob_ap_share


    Mann-Filter HU 719/8 X Metal-Free... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001DRHMQO...p_mob_ap_share


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    Last edited by larry_arizona; 05-30-2020 at 06:21 AM.
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    Thank you Larry!!

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    This is very usefull, I have been thinking about doing this. My impeller is coming on 5 yrs now, still works, but I heard it should be replaced every 2 yrs or so. That diagram is very helpful, thanks.
    WHere did u find that diagram, is this downloadable from SC website?
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    Default 6.2 Raptor impeller

    One additional thing, remove the engine access panel from surf locker, the pump is right behind it. Some boats you can reach it, but So much easier with access panel removed.

    5 years is asking for trouble. I would replace that ASAP.


    It is a bit confusing described in the maintenance schedule. But inspect every 100 hours, replace every 300 hours or if greater than 300 hours per season, do it annually. All that said, I replaced mine at 75 hours or 2 seasons. Cheap and easy. If I am taking the time to inspect it, I am replacing it.

    Itís all located in your owners manual. Or you can find it on Indmarís website.


    https://www.indmar.com/operator-manuals/wake-series/


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    I replace mine every other year - main water pump.


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    And for ballast pumps, the same - every other year.

    Check out the bottom left. A few of the others had a split.




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    Wow. The longest I went was three years. I'd inspect it when I winterized the boat. When I saw cracking or pieces missing I'd replace it in the spring. I'd also carried a spare in case my hypothesis was incorrect.
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    I use an impeller puller made by sea dog to take mine out, gets the job done in less than 5 minutes.dog.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by quid26 View Post
    I use an impeller puller made by sea dog to take mine out, gets the job done in less than 5 minutes.dog.jpg
    Which size did you get? Model number?

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