Carbon Pro Electronic shift control part needed

AliAli Posts: 292 Solid Baller
Our 2016 6L Carbon Pro hit an issue with throttle unit. Would only go in reverse. After chatting with Skip Dunlap and some investigation we are pretty sure it is the electronic shift that needs replaced. That is the box behind the throttle lever. Number of the box shows as 2016 Livorsi/EMC/EE008726. Our local dealer does not have that "reference" but thinks the p/n may be 5035, but will need to call Centurion/Fineline Supreme on Monday for confirmation.

Any BOS folks think they know the part and who may have it? Preparing ourselves to search far and wide!!

Cheers
Ali
shoeskiman

Comments

  • Jody_SealJody_Seal Posts: 3,992 Mega Baller
    did you go back to the transmission and swap the connectors on the electronic selector valve?
    just want to make sure that forward has not failed. forward now reverse, reverse now forward. if it won't go forward with the connectors swapped you have a control issue.
    Hobby Boats can be expensive when the hobbyist is limited on their own skill and expertise.


    Jordan
  • AliAli Posts: 292 Solid Baller
    @Jody_Seal exactly what we did to check we could put throttle into reverse but boat went forward after the switch. Now we just need that part!!
    Jody_Sealshoeskiman
  • jpwhitjpwhit Posts: 259 Solid Baller
    edited August 14
    I'm pretty sure you can send your current one to Livorsi for rebuild / repair. That may be the easiest and cheapest option. I'd give them a call. (877-548-5900)
    Jody_Seal
  • JmoskiJmoski Posts: 491 Crazy Baller
    FYI - I am still waiting to hear from Livorsi if my failed throttle base assembly off my SN200 can be repaired so I have a back up - I sent it in May… so the repair pathway could take a long time.
  • AliAli Posts: 292 Solid Baller
    Part ordered and coming in this week direct from centurion( fineline)
    shoeskimanJordan
  • BdeckerBdecker Posts: 360 Crazy Baller
    I had an interesting conversation with the Livorsi tech as @ali and I were thinking of getting the old throttle rebuilt as a backup. Apparently the issue is commonly in the circuit board and they have redesigned it with zero failures on the new ones. As such, we agreed it was a waste of $195 to rebuild it in light of the fact that we ordered a new one. There is a post out there on another forum about how to repair this if you are good with circuit board soldering.
    Dragoshoeskiman
  • jpwhitjpwhit Posts: 259 Solid Baller
    Can you post a link to the other thread?
    Andreshoeskiman
  • shoeskimanshoeskiman Posts: 22 Baller
    Where is everyone buying their CP repair parts...I will be in the need for a new shift cable.
    Websites and DIY info would be great. TIA
  • santangelosantangelo Posts: 193 Solid Baller
    I had the same issue a little over a year ago @Ali on my 2017. Skip helped me troubleshoot as well. The throttle was replaced under warranty at Miami Nautiques. It's starting the same process over again. Occasionally won't start and emits a fuzzy/shorting sound from the throttle. I'm sure I'll need a new one again soon.

    @Bdecker, do you know when the redesign was done/or redesign part number?
    Moskier3ev
  • BdeckerBdecker Posts: 360 Crazy Baller
    @santangelo - I do not know. We’re still waiting for our new part from Fineline. Allegedly due to arrive tomorrow at the local Centurion dealer. I will share the part # when I have it in hand.

    @shoeskiman - the DIY was a single post in a Malibu forum. Sorry I don’t have the link but if you google livorsi throttle repair you’ll find it quick
    santangelo
  • AndreAndre Posts: 1,910 Mega Baller
    Probably production year...
    My ski finish in 16.95 ...but my ass is out of tolerance!
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