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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: ROAD fuel tank sender
« Last post by fjoe on Yesterday at 21:33 »
Here the contact of Road Deutschland GmbH:

https://www.road-online.de/
+49 7252 535 690
info@road-online.de
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: ROAD fuel tank sender
« Last post by tiger79 on Yesterday at 18:38 »
I've got one of those.  I've tried and tried to understand how on earth the thing works, with no success.  The fuel gauge in the cockpit is totally unreliable.  Maybe the system isn't properly designed.
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / ROAD fuel tank sender
« Last post by post@thommesen.no on Yesterday at 18:03 »
2011 Cruiser36 with a ROAD fuel tank sender. Anyone that can advise on the wiring of this  (6 leads altogether - red/blue/brown/white/yellow/black)?
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: Fuel shut of valve
« Last post by MagicalArmchair on Yesterday at 17:31 »
For those who come here later, note it has fallen off the ASAP website, you can find it here: https://www.aquafax.co.uk/products/ag-bulkhead-ball-valve-cold-1-2-bsp-female-ports-1-75342
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: Fuel injector brand D1-30F circa 2016
« Last post by GeoffV on Yesterday at 12:21 »
Just curious!
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: Fuel shut of valve
« Last post by symphony2 on Yesterday at 10:25 »
That is the one. You will need a packing piece in the other side of the ply so that is sits tightly when you screw it up. Mine goes through 9mm ply and I used 2 Plastic U pipe clips to hold the body which was just right to allow it to clamp tight. Also 1/2"  BSP to 3/8" hose tails to take the fuel hose.
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: Fuel shut of valve
« Last post by MagicalArmchair on Yesterday at 07:58 »
Ah ha, thank you all. I have read that post of yours, Yngmar, many moons ago, just couldn't locate it again. Perfect, and exactly what I am hoping to achieve, thank you for writing it up.

Is this the puppy?

https://www.asap-supplies.com/products/bulkhead-ball-valve-cold-1-2-bsp-female-ports-1-75342
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: Over heating D2 55 sero
« Last post by MagicalArmchair on Yesterday at 07:54 »
The previous owner of Mirage had overheating problems due to growth in the sail leg. The cooling water now comes from two seacocks, with a y piece joining them up before heading to the strainer.
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Bavaria Yacht Help! / Re: Engine room fan switch location
« Last post by David Light on Yesterday at 04:40 »
I am opening this topic again to see if there are any other Cruiser owners who may know where the engine blower connect to?
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Scuttlebutt / Re: Well Done Yngmar
« Last post by captpatrick211 on Yesterday at 03:01 »
Yngmar - I second and third all of the above. When I see you name and logo I know it's legit advice. Thanks for all you do!!!
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