The V375 models have individual gauges
in the dash panel as standard instrumentation.
See Figure E8.
Figure E8: Vista Helm Station
(Representative View - Models May Vary)
The tachometers indicate the speed of the engines in
revolutions per minute (RPM) and are preset by Four
Winns. This speed is not the boat speed or necessar-
ily the speed of the propeller. They may not register
zero with the ignition key in the OFF position. Note:
The V375 models come with a tachometer/hour meter
combination gauge which allows for hour meter
viewing at the helm. Please refer to Section
Figure E9: Tachometer - Rear View
A speedometer may not be available on the V375
models. With the optional GPS/Navigational package
the ability to monitor your speed becomes available.
Please refer to the manufacturer’s literature for
programming the GPS unit for speed readings. This
information is included in the owner’s packet when the
boat is ordered with the navigation package.
E-9J - Engine Hour Meter for information regarding
the engine hour meter.
Never exceed the maximum recommend ed
operating RPM of your engines. Maintaining
maximum, or close to maximum RPM for
extended periods can reduce the life of the
Speedometers/speed indicators are not
precision instruments. The indications are
relative and should never be used for naviga-
tional purposes or similar critical situations
alone. Use other navigation systems in
conjunction with the speedometer.
Some engines are equipped with devices that limit
engine RPM in accordance with the oil pressure or
engine temperature. Refer to the engine owner’s
manual for additional information.
DO NOT rely on the speed indicator when
trying to achieve a “NO WAKE” condition in a
harbor or other enclosed waterway. ALWAYS
be cognizant of the size of your waves your
boat is making and reduce throttle until you
are sure that they will not cause any damage.
You are responsible for damage caused by
the wake of your boat.
The tachometer must be set for different engines
installed. This is typically done at the factory. The
tachometer gauge is shown along with the table
detailing the tachometer settings. See Figure E9.
Engines, Drives and Instrumentation - Section E
Owner’s Manual Page 62
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