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  1. It might be helpful to let us know where the boat is?
  2. Active ingredient in wet and forget is benzalkonium chloride, also found in the cheapest disinfectant in pak n save at a similar concentration minus the surfactants.
  3. They rented a small flat in whangarei for a while, and believe they were fixing the boat. But I'm not sure what happened in the end.
  4. This website is pretty sharp for pricing. https://www.parts4engines.com/volvo-penta-d2-40-stainless-steel-exhaust-outlet-kit/
  5. A wool bale needle might be a perfect size for what you are wanting.
  6. I think they use heat set glues for TPU. I would ask Seafarer Inflatables if you can do this, they make TPU inflatables and Auckland based.
  7. Looks really good. What rollers did you use?
  8. Does the headliner come off?
  9. Farrell bearings in Hamilton are pretty on to it crowd.
  10. I have a Samsung active tab 3 and it's GPS works perfectly fine without a connection to the internet.
  11. You can put water in ethanol based petrol, and then water and alcohol will then separate from the petrol base and settle. Then all you have to do it drain it away and you have pure petrol.
  12. mcp

    Drop In Lithiums

    I would be very surprised if your existing gear can be programmed to suit carbon foam batteries, and then not be programed or made to work with lithium. Carbon Foam batteries do not share the same bulk, absorption, float voltages with any of the other LA batts. What brand Carbon Foam are you looking at?
  13. You could make a signal sensing relay? But I would be inclined to leave them as separate systems and add speakers.
  14. mcp

    Drop In Lithiums

    Just a couple of points, without picking at your post. Low balance current on BMS's in the 10 - 40ma range is perfectly sufficient for balancing small to medium lithium batteries. It's just not working how most people assume, as the majority of people are assuming you are removing current from each cell, while the other cells are receiving charge current. In fact what is happening, it the balancing is resistive [yes you do get a current measurement] and works from a voltage drop standpoint. The cells being balanced have a slightly lower voltage, therefore less charge acceptance, with th
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