Hey boys just seeing what other guys are running there setting on for the new trailblazer 325 efi? Just picked mine up couple days ago been running on xx10 and playing with arc control but bead doesn't seem to stack in there nice? just seeing if guys are switching back and forth from xx18 to xx10 or playing with arc control i like to just find my sweet spot and leave it any input would be appreciated. thanks in advance.
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Thread: trailblazer 325 efi
02-13-2014, 04:58 PM #1Junior Member
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trailblazer 325 efi
02-13-2014, 05:58 PM #2
We've been finding that if they are in the cold, things inside don't like to get frozen, so a Full quilted cover and a pan heater to keep things warm benifits the machines greatly. Aloota wind in them when running freezes stuff we don't want to freeze, is another reason for the cover.
Though if your in a warm area, the machines tend to work ok
02-15-2014, 10:54 AM #3Junior Member
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Thanks cruizer. should a guy be changing the hrz on them? or how about the oil miller says 5w30?
02-15-2014, 11:42 AM #4
Ahh, tough to change the HZ on them as everything is run through an encoder. Not the best idea of Millers cause it FREEZES IN THE COLD as does the electric solinoid tank vent Might take a note from Lincoln in which the Ranger 27hp 305G efi DOSEN'T USE AN ENCODER and has a upper tank non electric vent. IE, you need a full cover for the 325 for this and a few other reasons.
I think the summer time over heat situation has been solved though.
As for oil, a good quality 5-40 synthetic diesel oil ( as it has no additives)
02-15-2014, 11:45 AM #5
Use a ph2835 oil filter, laf5802 is the air filter.Those are Lubrifiner#s Way better than factory in this case.
02-15-2014, 12:09 PM #6
Just a note, while the Lincoln Ranger 305G EFI says in the books 25hp, I've only ever seen 1, The other 50 or so that have come in for setup have been 27hp, never the less, no encoder on any.
02-15-2014, 12:19 PM #7
The 325 like all the hybrid inverter type machines need a 1/0 stinger cable, you may have 2/0 going to the stinger whip, but most guys attach a much smaller stinger cable. As with all these hybrid machines the unit is sensing a feedback and can't pick it up with the tiny lead. We've determined that a min 1/0 lead is best. Then you'll find that arc control actually works after.
Now if you think, well thats just too heavy, then you should be using a welding cable like CCI Exelelene, as its a light wt flexable zero noise cored cable. And that is all I sell here, after testing them all.