Figure E3: Funship™ Dash Panel
The tachometer indicates the speed of the engine in
revolutions per minute (rpm). This speed is not the
boat speed or necessarily the speed of the propeller.
The tachometer may not register zero with the ignition
key in the OFF position.
Never exceed the maximum recommended
operating rpm of your engine. Maintaining
maximum, or close to maximum rpm for ex-
tended periods can reduce the life of the en-
Figure E4: Funship™ Tachometer - Rear View
Some engines are equipped with devices that limit en-
gine rpm in accordance with the oil pressure, or engine
temperature. Refer to the engine manual included in
the owner’ packet for additional information.
The Funship™ speedometer is a water pressure sensi-
tive unit. It has a pick-up (pitot tube) assembly mounted
on the transom and a small plastic hose (speedo tube)
that connects it to the speedometer gauge on the dash.
See Figure E5. The pitot tube extends below the hull.
Water strikes the tube inlet and creates positive pres-
sure. The faster the boat speed, the greater the pres-
sure, and the higher the speed indication on the speed-
The tachometer must be set for different engines in-
stalled. This is typically done at the factory. The ta-
chometer gauge for the Funships™ is shown along
with the table detailing the tachometer settings. See
Figure E5: Funship™ Speedo Sender
Funship™ Owner’s Manual
|Categories||Four Winns Freedom Manuals, Four Winns Funship Manuals, Four Winns Horizon Manuals, Four Winns Manuals, Outboard Marine Corporation Manuals|
|Tags||Four Winns Funship 214, Four Winns Funship 234, Four Winns Funship 264|
|Model Year||2003, 2004, 2005|
|Document Type||Owner's Manual|
|Product Brand||Boats and Cruisers, Four Winns. For support contact your dealer at http://www.fourwinns.com/locate-dealer.aspx|
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