EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA (Contd)
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL LEVERS
ENGINE THROTTLE/TRANSMISSION CONTROL LEVERS--The levers
have dual positions and functions:
Control lever must be in neutral position to disengage.
This requires manual effort to disengage.
Levers engaged control: Shifting and engine rpm speed. (Normal
Levers disengaged (pulled outward in neutral position) control:
Engine rpm speed only for fast engine warm up. (Maintenance and
The left lever controls the port throttle/transmission control handles and the right
lever controls the starboard throttle/transmission control handles that allow the
operator to control rpm of each engine and forward speed. The reverse direction of
the throttle/transmission control handles is only used to clean debris from the
hydrojet intake grills underneath the boat.
Position engine throttle/transmission control lever in neutral and manually pull
lever outward to use as throttle control only. This is mainly used by maintenance
SCOOP CONTROL LEVERS--The left lever controls the port side hydrojet
scoop and the right lever controls the starboard hydrojet scoop allowing the
operator to control direction of output from hydrojets to forward or reverse
direction of boat. This component may also be used to assist in boat
maneuvering and controlling speed.