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Owner’s Manual Part Number: MRP 1813660
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R TM. Speed changes you. Baja Marine COO rp O tira n , 2600 Sea r ya Bvdl ., KnOxville , 37914 tn FOr FO in M r tiO a n Call 1-865-971-6270 Or Fax 1-865-971-6716 i nternet SS addre : http ://www .BM aja arine .COM
w COM el e Congratulations on becoming the new owner of • Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) ® the world’s #1 performance boat. Baja Marine Information: This section of your Owner’s Corporation welcomes you into our worldwide and Manual Packet contains information from the ever-expanding family of boating enthusiasts. manufacturers of equipment installed on your boat. Examples include the engine, engine The Owner’s Manual Packet, to be kept on control and steering system. Throughout b
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i ntrOduCtiOn • Red Cross 1. This Manual • State Boating Offices The material within this manual and your Owner’s Manual Packet: • yacht Club Contact your dealer or the Boat/U.s. foundation at • gives you basic safety information 1-800-336-2628 • Describes the features of your boat Outside of north america, contact your boat dealer • Describes the equipment on your boat and/or your governmental boating agency for • Describes the fundamentals of boat use assistance. • Contains service and ma
i ntrOC du O ti n party certification that Baja participates in uses the 6. h ull i DenTifica Tion n M u ber () hin well known s tandards and Recommended Practices The “Hull Identification Number” located on the of the aByC, american Boat and yacht Council. starboard side of the transom, is the most important identifying factor and must be included in all Baja Marine Corporation participates extensively correspondence and orders. f ailure to include it in the american Boat and yacht Coun
R TM. Speed changes you. a T bou Your e xpress l M i T i eD WTY arran Baja Marine offers an Express limited Warranty on other equipment or accessories carrying their own each new Baja purchased through an authorized individual warranties, nor does the l imited Warranty Baja dealer. a copy of the limited Warranty was cover engines, parts or accessories not installed by included in your owner’s packet. If for any reason Baja Marine. The limited Warranty does not cover you did not receiv
33 Owutla Owner ’S Manual • t aBle OF COntentS 20. nautical Terms .................................................1.15 i nTD ro T uc io n 21. key to symbols on Controls & Prints ..............1.16 1. This Manual ............................................................iii 22. Warning label locations .................................1.17 2. your Responsibilities ..............................................iii 3. sources of Information ...........................................iii 4.
33 Owutla Owner ’S Manual • t aBle OF COS ntent 2. Engines and stern Drive ......................................4.2 s ecTion 8 • r D equire i T nspec ion , s viceer , & a. Maintenance and service .............................4.2 MT ain enanc e B. Vibration and Causes ...................................4.2 1. summary guide for Inspection, service and C. Impact to stern Drive ....................................4.3 Maintenance ......................................................8.1 D. P
® Information in this publication is based upon the latest product specifications available at printing. Baja Marine Corporation reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in the colors, equipment, specifications, materials and prices of all models, or to discontinue models. Should changes in production models ® be made, Baja Marine is not obligated to make similar changes or modifications to models sold prior to the date of such changes. Owner’s Manual 33 Outlaw Print
SeCtiOn 1 • SaFety ® SAFE boating means: until you can properly operate your Baja with confidence. • knowing the limitations of your boat 1. s afeTY l abels • following the "Rules of the Road" s afety precautions are given throughout this • keeping a sharp lookout for people and objects manual and labels are mounted at key locations in the water throughout the boat. This safety information advises the owner/operator and passengers of • n ot boating in water or weather conditions safety
SeCtiOn 1 • SF a ety 2. l eGall Y ManDa TD e MiniMM u 3. f ire e T x G in uishinG s YsTM e r equireD e quipMenT Your boat may be equipped with the optional automatic fire extinguisher system, located in the engine compartment. The following equipment is the minimum required by In the event of a fire, the heat sensitive automatic head in the U.s. Coast guard for a boat 26' to less than 40' [7.9 the engine compartment will release a fire-extinguishing meters to less than 12 meters] in len
SeCtiOn 1 • SF a ety symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are dizziness, • If a convertible or camper top is installed, operate ears ringing, headaches, nausea, and unconsciousness. with the forward hatch open and leave cabin door get fresh air if anyone shows signs of carbon monoxide open. poisoning, and/or if carbon monoxide detector alarm • Operate all fuel burning appliances, such as charcoal, sounds. propane, lPg, Cng, or alcohol cooking devices in a poisoning victim's skin often tur
SeCtiOn 1 • SF a ety (FIG. 1.4.3) f lotation a id (Type III) – vest is 5. l G vin ifesa e M quip T en designed so conscious wearers can turn face up; often designed for ! WARNING comfort while engaged in sports such as skiing. Have all passengers and the operator wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) at all times when boating. When someone is overboard, it can be too late to Throwable Devices (Type IV) – (FIG. 1.4.4) have them put on a PFD. horseshoe buoys, ring buoys and buoyant cus
SeCtiOn 1 • SF a ety Pliers (regular, vise-grip, and tongue & groove) 6. a DDT i ional r MM eco D en eD Wrenches (box, open-end, allen, adjustable) e M quip T en for s afe o pera Tion socket set (metric or U.s. standard as appropriate) In addition to legally mandated equipment, the following items are necessary for safe boating Electrical tape and duct tape especially if your boat is out of sight of land. hammer • first aid kit Utility knife • Visual distress signals for day and night
SeCtiOn 1 • SF a ety 8. l D oa c aciTY ap 9. p W o er c TY aciap a. u T ni D e s Ta Tes ! WARNING Use common sense and sound judgement when When engine is running, keep passengers away from placing equipment and/or passengers in your boat. areas not designed for riding, such as seat backs, The number of people on board must be reduced if bow, gunwales, transom platform, front and rear you go out in poor weather and rough water. decks and on sun pads. Passengers can fall overboard if
SeCtiOn 1 • SF a ety other navigational hazards such as rocks, sand bars, To maintain rated power, propellers should be free and dangerous currents, to name a few. of nicks, excessive pitting, and any distortions that alter them from their original design. Badly your passengers are relying on you to operate and damaged propellers should be replaced, but those maneuver the boat safely so that they are not in danger that are chipped, bent, or merely out of shape can be of going overboard
SeCtiOn 1 • SF a ety The wind speed and wave height specified as the upper General c onsiDera Tions limit for your category of boat does not mean that you • k now how your boat handles under different or your passengers can survive if your boat is exposed conditions. Recognize your limitations and the boat's to these conditions. It is only the most experienced limitations. Modify speed in keeping with weather, operators and crew that may be able to operate a boat sea, and traffic cond
SeCtiOn 1 • SaFety If you are in an unfamiliar area without knowledge of the . a s WMM i G in hazards, proceed very slowly and have someone watch • Do not permit anyone to swim from a moving boat, for hazards. or a boat with an engine running. ! WARNING • Many localities prohibit swimming from boats except in designated areas. Hitting an object in or under the water or boating in dangerous currents can cause serious injury or death • Make sure boat's engine is turned off and the stern
SeCtiOn 1 • SaFety skIIng sIgnals (fIg. 1.10.1) C. Diving Recognize and respect diving flags. (See Figure 1.10.2) keep at least 30 meters (100 feet) away. Sport Divers Flag – Red flag with diagonal white stripe marks a diver in the water. Code Alpha Flag – Blue and white pennant designates boat being used in dive operations DIVERs flags (fIg. 1.10.2) WhITE RED BlUE WhITE sPORT DIVER's CODE alPha flag flag Turn - Arm raised, circle with index finger extended. i n General Skier in Water -
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