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  • Fuel Flow Meter for Twin 2006 E-TEC 90HP

    I have Twin 2006 Evinrude E-TEC 90HP and would like to have the following read outs:
    GPH
    MPG
    Distance to empty

    Since the iCommand does not communicate with the 2006 models (they started with 2008 for 90HP), I would appreciate advise on the best option I have to get the above 3 readings for my Twin engines.
    Any input from those who have actually done it for the E-TECs with NMEA 2000 will be much appreciated as well as input from all.

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    Re: Fuel Flow Meter for Twin 2006 E-TEC 90HP

    Originally posted by almansnr View Post
    I have Twin 2006 Evinrude E-TEC 90HP and would like to have the following read outs:
    GPH
    MPG
    Distance to empty

    Since the iCommand does not communicate with the 2006 models (they started with 2008 for 90HP), I would appreciate advise on the best option I have to get the above 3 readings for my Twin engines.
    Any input from those who have actually done it for the E-TECs with NMEA 2000 will be much appreciated as well as input from all.
    the iCommand does not communicate with the 2006 models.

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      Re: Fuel Flow Meter for Twin 2006 E-TEC 90HP

      I have a 2005 75hp E-Tec & understand your pain. I doubt if you can get your wish list.

      I did hook up a flow meter on my old Yamaha 150. It gave me GPH while running & after refueling, I could recalibrate the meter. Took a few times to get it pretty well set. It would then give how much fuel I had used, then with a known fuel tank capacity I could be pretty close.

      Matter of fact one time, I was a fishing out of a marina a distance from home & was intending to come home Sunday afternoon. With the price of marine fuel high there, I took a extra 6 gallon tank. Heading back to the boat basin that afternoon, I was watching the flow meter & saw it fluttering. My son switched tanks & the motor never knew the main tank was dry.
      Author of LeeRoy's Ramblings http://www.leeroysramblings.com/

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