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I finally got my fuel flow sensor working. I have a 93 200TXRR pushing a Grady White Tournament 22. The sensor indicates a flow rate of about 9 gallons per hour at 4000 RPMs. Does that sound about right for a motor of that vintage? Thanks.
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Does not sound unreasonable.

Top off the tank. Go on a joy ride at 4000 RPM for one hour and then top off the tank again. How much does it take? If ~ 9 gallons then you know the fuel quantity usage system is working correctly.
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Yes - when the weather warms up.
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Yes - when the weather warms up.
Where are you boating in Richmond?

The Rivah?

Deltaville, etc?
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We have a place in Lancaster County on the Rappahannock River. We're about 21 miles by water from Windmill Point, so a run to the Bay is doable by boat or trailer. We spent a few hours trolling for stripers off of Morattico this weekend. Caught a few, but no keepers.
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