Interceptor 186 face lift (PROJECT COMPLETE)

Ski
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Re: Interceptor 186 face lift (PROJECT COMPLETE)

Post by Ski » Tue Jan 29, 2019 10:31 am

Baie mooi hoop jy het baie lekker tye met die boot

Intermax
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Boat: Interceptor 186, 200 Yamaha Vmax

Re: Interceptor 186 face lift (PROJECT COMPLETE)

Post by Intermax » Sat Feb 09, 2019 4:07 am

Thanks man, het al klaar great tye gehaad sover!

Ski
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Re: Interceptor 186 face lift (PROJECT COMPLETE)

Post by Ski » Mon Feb 11, 2019 3:19 pm

Die lekkerste is as jy klaar is en dit geniet. Ek en my vrou het laasjaar n karavaan gebou en na al die laat aande en bloedsweet kamp ons nou baie lekker.

Intermax
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Re: Interceptor 186 face lift (PROJECT COMPLETE)

Post by Intermax » Sun Oct 06, 2019 9:44 pm

10 month update in:

Boat is an absolute dream, engine is something else, almost scary power to a certain extent, engine is sitting on about 20 hours, it's seen plenty of fish, 1 or 2 very very rainy outings, been on the Swartkops, Sundays and Gamtoos river, very happy, we have made some changes:

Trailer
*Quite a big one but we found a crack on the neck of the trailer, dont have a pic but that has been repaired and a brace has been fitted, this is
mostly due to the elbow brake bouncing while trailering, we have now fitted bolts in stead of studs and all is good.
*Tail lights had to be complete replaced as they were crap, went with a local company and we have zero water intrusion.
*All trailer wiring has been done.
*Non skid started peeling off on the 1 step only which was really weird but all fixed.
*All registration stickers are removed from trailer and a small metal plates has been fabricated.
*New transom saver pole had to be made as the old one fell out during a launch.

Engine
*Changed from the flo Torq 2 hub kit to the Flo torq 4, shifting is now as quite as a whistle.
*Water fuel separator has been fitted.

Hull and deck
*Teak has been added on the centre dash.
*Teak has been replaced on the steering dash as the steering wheel peeled it away.
*Sounder software has been updated which changed the Vesselview display.
*Another Triple Scotty rod holder mount has been added on the opposite side of the windscreen railing adding 3 more rod storage options taking the
total to 10 Scotties on the boat.

So nothing major besides the trailer and these changes are sort of expected after a boat has been rebuild to almost a new spec.

Some videos and pics below of what we have been doing since the rebuild:





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