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Subject: Seamaster 23


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Kevin
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Date Posted: 15:40:03 22/04/2014 Tue

My seamaster 23 with a 1500 pre cross flow engine runs and sounds like a dream but always has steam coming out of the exhaust. Replaced or checked every conceivable part but still steams. Doesnt overheat, have run it for 5 hours continuously up to Tewitfield and back the following day without any problems.
Anybody else had this issue or know how to solve?
Have been told to extend my exhaust downwards so it is under the water and you cnat see the steam , anybody else done this?
The exhaust is very short about 4" from engine straight out back of boat, is this normal ?
Any advice gratefully accepted.

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