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 FI   OMISTAJAN KÄSIKIRJA
SE    ÄGARENS HANDBOK
DE    BOOTSEIGNER-HANDBUCH
EN    OWNER’S HANDBOOK
FR    MANUEL DU PROPRIÉTAIRE
NL    HANDLEIDING voor de EIGENAAR
RU    НАСТОЛЬНАЯ КНИГА ВЛАДЕЛЬЦА




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           Owner’s Handbook
            XS, S, M, L, XL and Magnum




                                               ENGLISH
                       Inha Works Ltd.
                       Saarikyläntie 21
                      FIN-63700 Ähtäri
                           FINLAND
                     Tel: +358 6 5355111


Your Buster dealer




                        Version 1-2008


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          PREFACE

          Dear Buster owner! We thank you for choosing a Finnish Buster
          boat and hope that you will have many enjoyable experiences on
          board.

          The object of this handbook is to help you use your boat safely
          and with peace of mind. The handbook includes details pertain-
          ing to the boat itself and to the equipment and systems that have
          been installed on it, as well as information related to operating
          and maintaining the boat. We urge you to read the handbook
          carefully and familiarise yourself with the boat before you start to
          use it.

          The owner’s handbook is of course not a prime source for sea-
          manship skills or of boating safety. If the Buster is your first boat,
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          or you have changed to a type of boat that you are not yet famil-
          iar with, for the sake of your comfort and safety, make sure that
          you acquire handling and operating experience before you take
          on the responsibility of command. The seller of the boat, a boat
          club or national motorboat and yachting associations will be hap-
          py to provide you with information about local boating schools or
          competent and recommended teachers.

          Make sure that the prevailing wind and sea conditions correspond
          to the design category of your boat and that you and your crew
          are capable of handling it under such circumstances. The wind
          conditions and sea swells that correspond to design category C
          cover situations from a gale to heavy winds where there is an ex-
          ceptional risk of high waves and gusts. In such dangerous condi-
          tions, only a competent and fit crew can satisfactorily function in a
          boat that is well maintained.

          This owner’s handbook is not a detailed guide to maintenance
          and fault diagnosis. If a problem occurs, contact your nearest


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Buster dealer. If there is a need for repairs, use only those enter-
prises that have been recommended by the Buster dealership.
Alterations that affect the safety characteristics of the boat can be
carried out only on the written approval of the manufacturer. The
manufacturer of the boat cannot be held responsible for changes
that it has not approved.

In some countries driving a boat requires a license or the author-
ity to drive. Country-specific regulations may also be in force.

Always maintain your boat in good condition and always bear
in mind the consequences of wear resulting from ageing, rough
treatment and improper use. Any boat whatsoever - however
strong it may be - can be damaged significantly if used improper-
ly. Inappropriate boating habits are unsafe and do not accord with
good seamanship. Always adapt the speed and course of your




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boat to conform to the conditions at sea.

If your boat is equipped with a life-raft, carefully read the oper-
ating instructions. The boat should have appropriate on-board
safety equipment (life jackets, safety harnesses etc.) that cor-
responds to the boat type and the weather conditions etc. In
some countries such equipment is mandatory. The crew must be
familiar with the operation of all safety equipment and emergency
manoeuvres (rescuing a man overboard, towing etc.). Rescue
exercises are regularly organised by sailing schools and clubs.

All persons on board must use an appropriate floatation aid (e.g.
lifejacket/life vest) when on deck. Note that in some countries the
law demands that floatation aids be used at all times when on
board.

STORE THIS HANDBOOK IN A SAFE PLACE AND HAND IT
OVER TO THE NEXT OWNER WHEN YOU RELINQUISH THE
BOAT.


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          Content

          1. General .................................................................................................8
          2. Definitions .............................................................................................8
          3. Warranty ...............................................................................................9
          4. Before launching ...................................................................................9
              4.1 Registration ...............................................................................9
              4.2 Insurances .................................................................................9
              4.3 Training ...................................................................................10
          5. Boat characteristics and operation .....................................................10
               5.1  General ...................................................................................10
               5.2  Basic particulars about the boats ............................................10
               5.3  Maximum recommended number of persons on board ..........12
               5.4  Loading ...................................................................................14
               5.5  Engine and propeller ...............................................................14
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               5.6  Preventing water getting on boardand stability .......................15
                    5.6.1     Hull and deck openings ............................................15
                    5.6.2     Bilge pumps and drainage ........................................17
                    5.6.3     Stability and buoyancy .............................................18
              5.7 Prevention of fire and explosion ..............................................18
                    5.7.1     Engines and fuel systems ........................................18
                    5.7.2     Fire extinguishing and fire prevention ......................20
              5.8 Electrical system .....................................................................21
              5.9 Control characteristics ..............................................................25
                    5.9.1     Driving at high speeds ..............................................25
                    5.9.2     Dead-man’s grip .......................................................27
                    5.9.3     Visibility from the steering position ...........................27
              5.10 Good seamanship - other recommendations and instructions .28
                    5.10.1 How to avoid falling overboard and procedures for
                              getting back on board ...............................................28
                    5.10.2 Securing loose equipment ........................................28
                    5.10.3 Respect for the environment ....................................28
                    5.10.4 Anchoring, mooring and towing ................................30
                    5.10.5 Trailer towing ............................................................32
                    6.10.6 Navigation .................................................................34
          6. Service, repairs and winter storage ....................................................34
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Boat model:
Hull identification number:
Engine make and model:
Engine serial number:


I Owner
First name:
Surname:
Residence:
Sypplying year:


II Owner
First name:
Surname:




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Residence:
Sypplying year:


III Owner
First name:
Surname:
Residence:
Sypplying year:


IV Owner
First name:
Surname:
Residence:
Sypplying year:




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          BEFORE DEPARTURE

          Carefully read this owner’s handbook. Always check the following
          before departure:

          •   Prevailing
              weather conditions and weather forecast Consider the wind
              conditions, the state of the sea and visibility. Is your boat’s de-
              sign class, size, and on-board equipment, as well as the skills
              of the helmsman and crew sufficient for the waterways where
              you intend to go?

          •   Load capacity
              Do not overload the boat. Distribute the load properly. Do not
              position weighty objects too high so as not to diminish the sta-
              bility of the boat.
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          •   Passengers
              Ensure that there are life vests for all persons on board. Be-
              fore departure, agree on the required duties that each person
              assumes during the trip.

          •   Fuel
              Check that there is sufficient fuel, including enough reserve
              for bad weather and unforeseen circumstances.

          •   Engine and equipment
              Check that the steering, electrical devices and accumula-
              tor function properly and are in good condition. Carry out the
              required daily engine inspection procedures in accordance
              with the engine manufacturer’s instruction manual. Check
              otherwise the seaworthiness of the boat, i.e. no fuel- or water
              leaks, adequate safety equipment on board etc. Check that
              the level of bilge water is at a minimum.



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•   Ventilation
    Ensure that the fuel space is ventilated to minimise the risk of
    fire.

•   Securing on-board equipment
    Ensure that all articles are stowed properly so that they re
    main in place in a heavy sea and in a high wind.

•   Sea charts
    If you are not fully acquainted with the route, do you have
    charts for a sufficiently large area?

•   Manoeuvring during departure
    Agree with the crew who is responsible for casting off each
    rope etc. Ensure that when departing and arriving, mooring-or
    other lines do not get entangled in the anchor.




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For further instructions concerning the engine, see the manufac-
turer’s instruction manual.




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          1. General
          The owner’s manual will help you become familiar with the char-
          acteristics of your new boat. Instruction manuals for equipment
          fitted to the boat are attached and are frequently referred to. You
          can, of course, complement this handbook by acquiring other
          equipment instruction books. Space is reserved at the end of the
          handbook for making notes.



          2. Definitions
          The warnings and specific remarks in this handbook are defined
          as follows:

          DANGER!       Indicates grave danger which will lead to a high prob-
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                        ability of death or permanent injury if appropriate pre-
                        cautionary measures are not taken.

          WARNING!      Indicates danger which may lead to injury or death if
                        appropriate precautionary measures are not taken.

          ATTENTION! Is a reminder to operate in a safe manner or to bear
                     in mind dangerous methods of operation that may
                     lead to injury or damage to the boat or to a part of it.

          The handbook adopts units of measurement in accordance with
          the SI system. In some cases, other units have been included in
          parenthesis. An exception to this is wind speed which is desig-
          nated in the Beaufort scale as in the EU Directive on recreational
          craft.




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3. Warranty
In accordance with the attached warranty conditions, a guaran-
tee is provided for the boat and any equipment that has been in-
stalled in the boatyard. For post-production installations concern-
ing the engine, trim tabs, compass, possible navigation equip-
ment and other devices, the manufacturer of the equipment in
question is directly responsible for any warranty concerns. Sepa-
rate warranty cards together with the deliverer’s contact informa-
tion for the various equipment/devices are attached. In other mat-
ters of warranty we request that you contact the respective Buster
dealer indicated in the folder cover.



4. Before launching




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4.1     Registration
In some countries, it is mandatory for even small boats to be
registered. Check with the local authorities in your country of resi-
dence about the statutory regulations concerning boat registra-
tion.

4.2     Insurances
Boat insurance may compensate for damage that has occurred
on the water, during transportation or when dry docking. Check
separately the insurer’s liability when hoisting the boat. The insur-
ance also has an indirect affect on safety on the water, i.e. in the
event of serious injuries you can concentrate above all on saving
lives. The insurance company will provide more detailed informa-
tion on various insurance alternatives.




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          4.3      Training
          There is ample available literature about boating. A great deal of
          beneficial and practical information can also be had from boating
          clubs and by attending navigation courses. These provide a good
          basis for your skills, though sureness in handling, navigating,
          mooring and anchoring a boat can best be acquired through long
          practice.


          5. Boat characteristics and operation

          5.1      General
          This owner’s handbook is not a complete maintenance guide or
          repair manual. The aim of the handbook is to help the owner be-
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          come familiar with the characteristics of his/her new boat as well
          as showing him/her how to use it properly.

          5.2 Basic particulars about the boats
          The basic information about Buster boats is as follows:

          Manufacturer: Inha Works Ltd., Saarikyläntie 21, FI-63700
          Ähtäri, Finland, tel. +358 6 5355 111

           Boat type            Design categories   Maximum recommended load
           Buster Magnum        C                   600 kg
           Buster XL            C                   525 kg
           Buster L ja L Prof   C                   450 kg
           Buster M             C                   375 kg
           Buster S             C                   300 kg
           Buster XS ja XSR     D                   300 kg

          See also paragraph 5.4 ”Loading”



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Design categories:

        Design category C is defined as follows: Category C:
        The boat is designed for operation in conditions whereby
        the wind velocity is at most 6 on the Beaufort scale (ap-
        prox. 14 m/sec) with a corresponding swell (a significant
        wave height up to 2 m with occasional waves of 4 m
        maximum). Such circumstances can be met with in open
        water on lakes, estuaries, and in coastal waters under
        moderate weather conditions.

        Design category D is defined as follows: Category D: The
        boat is designed for operation in conditions whereby the
        wind velocity is at most 4 on the Beaufort scale (approx.
        8m/sec) with a corresponding swell (a significant wave
        height up to 0,3 meters, with occasional large waves of




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        up to 0,5 m high). Such conditions can be met in shel-
        tered inland waterways and in coastal waters in good
        weather.

ATTENTION! A significant wave height is the average height
           value of the upper third of the swell which roughly
           corresponds to an experienced observer’s
           estimate of the wave height. Some individual
           waves could be twice this height.

Main dimensions and capacities:
       The length, breadth, depth, gross weight etc., and tank
       capacities of the various boats are shown in appendix 1.
       Technical specifications.

Manufacturer’s plate:
      Part of the above information is recorded on the manu-
      facturer’s plate which is attached in the vicinity of the
      steering console. Complete explanations are given in the
      appropriate sections of this handbook.


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          5.3    Maximum recommended number of
                 persons on board
          The maximum recommended number of persons on board is as
          follows:

                  Buster Magnum                 8
                  Buster XL                     7
                  Buster L and L Prof           6
                  Buster M                      5
                  Buster S                      4
                  Buster XS                     4

          Designated seating arrangements are as shown in diagram 1.

          WARNING!     Do not exceed the maximum recommended number
                       of persons on board. Irrespective of the number of
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                       people on board the total weight of persons and
                       equipment must never exceed the maximum recom-
                       mended load (see paragraph 5.4 Loading). Use only
                       the boat’s seats or seating places dedicated for that
                       purpose.




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     Diagram 1. Maximum persons in accordance with seating places




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          5.4      Loading
          The maximum recommended load capacities for Buster boats
          are:
                         Buster Magnum           600 kg
                         Buster XL               525 kg
                         Buster L and L Prof 450 kg
                         Buster M                375 kg
                         Buster S                300 kg
                         Buster XS and XSR 300 kg
          An adult person’s weight is considered as being 75 kg and a
          child’s 37,5 kg. In addition to the above-mentioned maximum rec-
          ommended load capacities, it is considered that the boat can be
          loaded with the following weights:
           Boat:            Basic equip-   Combined weight of       Total weight of con-
                            ment,          slip tank and fuel, kg   sumable liquids in
                            kg                                      fixed tanks, kg
           Buster Magnum    18                                      124
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           Buster XL        10                                      73
           Buster L         10             37
           Buster M         10             37
           Buster S         10             19
           Buster XS        10             19
          The recommended load includes only the above-mentioned
          weight components.
          WARNING! When loading your boat never exceed the maximum
                      recommended load. Load the boat carefully and dis-
                      tribute the load properly so as to maintain the design
                      trim (approx. even keel). Avoid storing heavy weights
                      at too high an elevation.

          5.5      Engine and propeller
          The largest recommended engine capacities for Buster boats are
          as follows:
                      Buster Magnum       165 kW (225 hp)
                      Buster XL            84 kW (115 hp)
                      Buster L and L Prof 37 kW (50 hp)
                      Buster M             30 kW (40 hp)
                      Buster S             22 kW (30 hp)
                      Buster XSR           15 kW (20 hp)
                      Buster XS            11 kW (15 hp)
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An outboard engine is designed to be installed so that the cavita-
tion plate above the propeller is on level with the keel line of the
boat.
When fitting the motor and choosing a propeller, comply with the
engine manufacturer’s instructions.

5.6     Preventing water getting on board
        and stability
5.6.1     Hull and deck openings
The location of deck openings and their respective plugs are
shown in diagram 2. In the Buster Magnum, and L there are two
outlets for draining rain water from the cockpit. The Buster M
features one outlet. These outlets are meant to be plugged if it is
observed that water flows back into the cockpit through the drain
outlets when the boat is loaded. In other situations, the drain out-




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lets should be kept open and regularly cleared to prevent them
from being blocked by debris. The cockpit of the Buster M is
rain-water draining only when unloaded. As a consequence, the
outlet must always be plugged when boarding. In the Buster S
and XS, water drains from the cockpit to the bilge from where it is
discharged by a bilge pump or drained through the aft plug hole
when the boat is docked. In all Busters there is a drain plug in the
aft section screwed to the lower corner of the transom through
which the boat can be drained when docked or loaded on a trail-
er.
ATTENTION! The self draining open space is designed to en-
           able emptying of the major amount of rain water
           from the open space. A portion of rain water and
           condensed water might find its way to the bilge
           of the boat. DO NOT LEAVE THE BOAT IN WA-
           TER FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME WITHOUT
           GUARD. CHECK THE FLOATING POSITION OF
           THE BOAT AND DRAIN THE BILGE WHEN RE-
           QUIRED. Leaving the boat in water unguarded for
           a long period of time might lead to damages.


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     Diagram 2. Location of outlets, cut-off valves and bilge pump 1. Automatic bilge pump 2. Hand-operated
     bilge pump 3. Shut-off plug for draining the cockpit of rain water
5.6.2     Bilge pumps and drainage
Drainage devices and their location are shown in diagram 2. Bilge
pumps or the ends of suction hoses are positioned as close to the
bottom plate as is practically possible. Despite this, it is natural
that a small amount of water remains in the bilge which the pump
is not able to discharge. For this purpose, there is a drain outlet
on the right side of the boat’s transom.
In the Buster Magnum and XS one manually-operated bilge pump
is installed. The discharge capacity of the bilge pump in the Mag-
num is approx. 22 l/min and in the XS approx. 18 l/min. The han-
dle for the Magnum’s bilge pump is attached to a plastic clip next
to the pump. The handle of the XS’s pump is fixed.
The Buster Magnum, XL, M and S are equipped with an electri-
cally-operated, automatic bilge pump. It discharges water that
has collected in the bilge when the surface sensor detects its
presence. The draining capacity of the electrical bilge pump is
approx. 38 l/min. The automatic pump is always in a state of




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readiness independent of the position of the main power switch,
provided the accumulator is connected. The bilge pump is activat-
ed when the sensor is fully submerged for 10 seconds and is de-
activated when the sensor has been dry for more than 2 seconds.
The pump can also be force-fed by activating the spring-loaded
switch on the switch panel.
The suction head of both electrically-operated and hand-operated
bilge pumps should be regularly checked and cleared of debris
that may have accumulated there. Access to the pump in the
Buster Magnum, and XL is via the service hatch in the engine
well and in the Buster L, M, S and XS via the bench in the aft-
section.
WARNING!      The bilge pump system is not designed to deal with leaks
              resulting from running aground or leaks that occur as a
              result of other damage.
ATTENTION!    Check the amount of bilge water by emptying the bilge
              manually by means of the spring loaded switch on the
              switch panel, or possibly with a hand pump before each
              using time.
ATTENTION!    Check the operation of the bilge pump at regular intervals.
              If you notice that the pump does not operate properly,
              clean the suction opening of the pump from litter and, if
              needed, contact a Buster dealer.

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          5.6.3     Stability and buoyancy
          The stability of Buster boats is excellent thanks to their hull form
          and weight distribution. Remember, however, that large breaking
          waves always represent a serious danger to stability.

          Be aware that your boat’s stability is compromised due to the ef-
          fect of any kind of highly-placed additional weight. All changes
          resulting from positioning bulky objects can significantly influence
          the stability, trim, and performance of your boat. If you plan to
          make such changes, contact the manufacturer of the boat.

          The amount of water in the bilge should be kept at a minimum as
          the free movement of water in the boat always decreases stabil-
          ity.
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          Bear in mind that stability can diminish when towing or being
          towed.

          The Buster XL, L, M, S and SX are equipped with pontoons to
          help the boat carry loads as defined in paragraph 5.4 even when
          the boat is full of water (swamped).



          5.7     Prevention of fire and explosion

          5.7.1     Engines and fuel systems
          In the Buster Magnum, XL and L Prof there is a fixed fuel tank
          which is fitted to the bilge about one meter from the transom. In
          the Buster L, M, S, XSR and XS a slip tank is utilised. Before re-
          fuelling, switch off the engine. Do not smoke and otherwise avoid
          naked flames. Do not use any electrical devices.



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The fuel inlet for the fixed fuel tank is located (     ) on the right
side of the boat on the stern deck. The slip tank must be lifted out
of the boat in order to fill it so as to prevent fuel getting into the
bilge should the fuelling procedure result in overflow.

When refuelling at a service station, do not use a plastic funnel
which will prevent the discharge of static voltage between the
filler pistol and the bushing of the fuel inlet. After filling the tank
(see tank capacity in appendix 1. Technical specifications), check
that no fuel has leaked into the bilge or into the engine well. Im-
mediately wipe off any fuel splashes.

In the Buster S and XS a place has been reserved under the rear
bench in the cockpit to accommodate a slip tank. In the Buster L
and M there is space for two tanks. Do not keep reserve canisters
in unventilated space or loose, or any equipment containing pet-




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rol in a place that is not designed for it.

Check annually that there has been no wear and tear in the fuel
feed pipes.




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          5.7.2      Fire extinguishing and fire prevention
          In accordance with diagram 3, the Buster Magnum, XL, L and M
          are equipped with 2 kg hand-held powder extinguishers. In these
          boats the extinguisher is located in the storage space at the stern
          on the left side. Its position is indicated by a clearly visible symbol
          in the cockpit.
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          Diagram 3. Hand-held fire extinguisher 2 kg

          Depending on the legislation of the country in question, hand held
          fire extinguishers must be checked regularly at pre-defined inter-
          vals. Please find out from the local fire authories about the check-
          ing practice of your country of recidence. If you are uncertain of
          the checking practice, get your fire extinguishers checked once
          a year. Manufacturing date of a hand-held fire extinguisher is
          marked on a label glued on the extinguisher. Extinguishers more
          than 10 years old are not approved unless the new pressure
          chamber has been tested. When changing hand-held fire extin-
          guishers, they should be replaced by a device with a extinguish-
          ing capacity at least the same as the one being replaced.
          Ensure also that fire extinguishing equipment is easily accessible
          when the boat is loaded. Notify all crew members of the location
          and method of operation of fire extinguishing equipment.
          Keep the bilge clear of fuel and regularly check for possible fuel
          leaks. The smell of petrol is a sure sign of a fuel leak.


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Never
• obstruct access to safety equipment e.g. to the extiguisher and
  the main power switch of the electrical system. Remember al-
  ways to unlock the padlock of the storage space (for the extin-
  guisher) when using the boat.
• block any ventilation openings made in the boat as they are
  designed for venting fuel vapour.
• make alterations to the boat’s electrical- or fuel system or per-
  mit an unqualified person to make changes to any system on
  the boat.
• detach the fuel line from the slip tank when the engine is run-
  ning, e.g. to change tanks.
• fill the fuel tank or otherwise handle fuel when the engine is
  running.
• smoke or cause a naked flame when handling fuel.




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5.8     Electrical system
Circuit diagrams for the electrical systems of the various boats
are shown in appendix 3.

In the Buster S, M and L, the main power switch is located on the
left side of the rear bench’s bulkhead. In the Buster L Prof, XL,
and Magnum the main power switch is located on the side of the
accumulator housing which is itself under the rear bench. The cir-
cuit is connected to function when the switch key is turned clock-
wise and locked in place. When the key is in the vertical position,
the circuit is switched off and the key can be extracted from the
ignition switch. However, the automatic bilge pump is always
functional when connected to the accumulator.

Switches for control- and electrical devices are arranged in ac-
cordance with diagram 4.



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     Diagram 4. Location of electrical devices:
     1) Accumulator    2) Main power switch       4) Mast light, white 360o          6) Switch panel (see diagram 5)
        housing        3) Bilge pump              5) Navigation light, with colour   7) Windshield wiper
                                                     sectors                         8) Fuse box (see diagram 6)
     Diagram 5.
     Buster Magnum’s
     switch panel (left)
     and switch panels for
     other Busters (right).
     1. Operating switch
        for bilge pump
     2. Navigation light
        switch
     3. Operating switch
        for windshield
        wiper(s)
     4. Power outlet, max.
        10A/120W.




                                        Diagram 6.        Fuse box:
                                        1. Navigation lights 5A
                                        2. Bilge pump 10A
                                        3. Power outlet 10A
                                        4. Extra circuit 5A
                                        5. Extra circuit 10A
                                        6. Main power fuse 25A




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                                        7. Space reserved for a 10A automatic fuse


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          The circuit fuses are located in a separate fuse box right beside
          the accumulator housing. The fuses utilised in Buster boats are
          so-called automatic fuses which, after being triggered by an
          overload, can be reactivated by pressing the spring-loaded but-
          ton back down again. . Do not replace normal fuses with those
          intended for a higher current feed. Similarly, do not install as part
          of the electrical system components which exceed the nominal
          ampere value of the respective circuit.
          In all Buster electrical systems, there are two extra circuits
          equipped with fuses (Extra 1 5A and Extra 2 10A). Accessories
          that have been installed post-production can be connected to
          these. The leads for these circuits can be found behind the switch
          panel on the steering pulpit.

          ATTENTION! When retrofitting accessories to the boat, use
                     the Extra 1 or Extra 2 circuit. Each electric
                     device need both the voltage and earthing wire.
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                     The hull of the boat must not be used as the
                     earthing circuit.

          When leaving the boat unattended for a long period, switch off
          the current at the main switch. Switch off the power also when
          carrying out electrical installations. However, the boat’s automatic
          bilge pump remains functional and can be switched off only by
          detaching the accumulator terminal lead.
          When you connect or disconnect the accumulator, take care not
          to simultaneously touch both terminals of the accumulator or the
          aluminium surfaces of the boat with a metal tool e.g. a spanner.
          Charge the accumulator only with the engine or with a battery
          charger. Charging with too high a current can lead to an explo-
          sion.

          ATTENTION! Never switch off the power from the main switch while
                     the engine is running. Do not alter the boat’s electrical
                     system or any diagrams associated with it. Changes
                     and service must be carried out by qualified electri-
                     cians specialised in marine electrical systems.


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5.9     Control characteristics


5.9.1     Driving at high speeds
Do not use a boat if its engine has a greater output than that indi
cated on the manufacturer’s plate. Highest engine powers have
been given also at point 5.5, engine and propeller.

If the engine features electro-hydraulic power trim, the basic
rules for adjusting the engine’s power trim are as follows.
     • when raising the boat to plane, go to the bow down posi-
        tion
     • when the boat is planing, and in a moderate swell, raise
        the bow until the boat begins to buck, and the propeller
        looses its grip (ventilates) or the engine approaches the




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        upper limit of the normal speed in revolutions. Thereafter,
        lower the prow slightly until the boat stabilises. The power
        trim can be optimised with the aid of the log.
     • In a counter swell, lower the bow for a smoother ride. In
        a favourable swell, and in a very high counter swell, raise
        the bow slightly so that it does not dive (become sub-
        merged).
     • Do not drive the boat at high speed when the engine pow-
        er trim is at a negative angle, i.e. with the bow low, as the
        boat may heel and the steering become unstable.

Read also the manufacturer´s instructions concerning the adjust-
ment of the trim angle.


WARNING!       At high speeds adjust the power trim with care - it
               radically changes the behaviour of the boat. Do not
               drive with the bow too low as the boat can suddenly
               deviate from its path.


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          WARNING!      Controllability at speeds above 30 knots is dimin-
                        ished. Rapid turns can lead to loss of control. Reduce
                        speed before sharp turns in whatever direction you
                        are going.
          WARNING!      Waves reduce the boat’s controllability, causing it to
                        heel. Bear this in mind and reduce speed in a rising
                        swell.

          Learn the rules of navigation (e.g. see book Rules for Waterways
          Traffic published by Edita) and follow them. Observe also the re-
          quirements of COLREG (Convention on the International Regula-
          tions for Preventing Collisions at Sea). Navigate carefully and use
          new or updated sea charts.

          Always adjust your speed to accord with prevailing conditions and
          the environment.

          Bear in mind:
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             • the state of the sea (ask your passengers for their opin-
                 ions on a comfortable speed)
             • your own wake (greater when rising to plane, smaller at
                 displacement speed, i.e. below 6 knots). Observe prohibi-
                 tions associated with a swell. Reduce your speed and your
                 wake as a matter of courtesy, and also for safety reasons
                 for yourself and others.
             • visibility (islands, fog, rain, blinding sun).
             • knowledge of the route (the required time for navigation).
             • narrowness of the route (other traffic in the waterway,
                 noise, and • the effect of backwash on the shoreline) the
                 space needed for coming to a halt and for evasive ma-
                 noeuvres.




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5.9.2     Dead-man’s grip
Attach the line for the dead-manís grip to yourself immediately
you have cast off the mooring rope. Read the instructions in more
detail in the engine manual. Particularly when driving alone, it
is very important that the boat stops if for some reason you fall
overboard or stumble on board. However, remember to detach
the line from your hand before landing manoeuvres to avoid unin-
tentionally turning off the engine.

DANGER!        A rotating propeller is highly dangerous to anyone
               who has fallen overboard or to a swimmer. Use the
               dead-manís grip and switch off the engine until the
               swimmer or water skier scrambles back on board.


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In beautiful and calm weather, driving is simple provided you
keep a sharp lookout that also complies with the requirements of
COLREG. Always take care that you have the best possible vis-
ibility from the steering position:
      • position passengers such that they do not limit the field of
          the driver´s vision
      • do not drive continuously at planing threshold speed so
          that the rising prow does not impede visibility
      • use the engine’s power trim and possible trim tabs to ad-
          just the boat’s position in such a way that the rising prow
          does not obstruct visibility
      • when necessary, utilise the windshield wipers
      • remember also to look astern in case of approaching ves-
          sels, particularly in shipping lanes.

On the approach of darkness and in a situation of limited visibility
(fog, heavy rain etc.) use the appropriate navigation lights.




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          5.10 Good seamanship - other recommen-
               dations and instructions

          5.10.1 How to avoid falling overboard and proce-
                 dures for getting back on board
          The boat’s work areas are marked on diagram 7. Do not sit, stand
          or walk on other parts of the boat while on board.

          For persons who have fallen overboard, it is easier to get back on
          board via the swim ladder on the transom. The ladder can also be
          pulled down by hand from the water.

          5.10.2 Securing loose equipment
          Secure all weighty items in place before departure (e.g. anchor).
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          Bear in mind that the wind and turbulence can easily snatch light-
          er objects. If you intend to accelerate to planing speed, remember
          to close the Buster Magnum’s intermediate hatchway.

          5.10.3 Respect for the environment
          The archipelago and lakes are unique and their preservation is a
          matter of honour. Therefore avoid:
          – fuel and oil leaks
          – disposing rubbish and waste in the water or on the shoreline
          – discharging washing detergents or solvents into the water
          – loud noise on the water and in the harbour
          – generating backwash, especially in narrow passages and in
          shallow waterways.

          Pay special attention to local environment laws and regulations.
          Familiarise yourself with international regulations on preventing
          the contamination of the marine environment (MARPOL) and
          comply with them as much as possible.


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     Diagram 7. Location of work decks (defined areas) and swim ladders (1). It is forbidden to be on the roof of the




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     Buster L HT Prof when the boat is underway.

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          5.10.4 Anchoring, mooring and towing

          Always anchor your boat carefully in a sheltered place as condi-
          tions can change rapidly. The mooring line should be equipped
          with a spring-loaded device to cushion the effect of jerking. See
          the attaching points in diagram 8. Do not use parts from other
          boats for mooring, towing or anchoring. Use sufficiently large
          fenders to avoid chaffing and friction.

          The eyelet on the prow is meant for docking on a slipway or
          mounting on a trailer and not for pulling the boat sideways when
          mooring to a jetty. The Buster features a thief-proof, hardened
          steel eyelet for a locking chain which also may not be used for
          any purpose other than locking the boat. In the Buster XS and S,
          the trailer and locking eyelets are the same and in the Buster M,
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          L, XL, and Magnum a separate locking eyelet is attached to the
          foredeck.

          The strength of the attaching points is also shown in diagram 8.
          It is the responsibility of the owner/user to ensure that mooring,
          towing and anchor ropes, anchor chains and anchors are appro-
          priate for use on the boat and that the breaking strength of the
          ropes and chains does not exceed 80% of the strength of the cor-
          responding attaching point. However, rope wear and knots that
          weaken the strength of ropes should be borne in mind.

          When anchoring at a natural harbour, ensure, e.g. with a plumb
          line, that the depth of the water is sufficient and that you DROP
          ANCHOR AT A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE FROM THE SHORE. A
          reasonable grip can be achieved when the rope is 4-5 times the
          water depth. The grip also gets better the more the rope is ex-
          tended. Grip also improves significantly if the first 3-5 meters of
          the anchor rope is weighted rope or cable.



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WARNING!   Do not try to stop the boat’s motion by using your
           hand or placing your hand or foot between the boat
           and the jetty, the shore or another boat. Practice
           mooring and anchoring in good conditions and use
           engine power with restraint but resolutely.
ATTENTION! When mooring your boat, always bear in mind wind
           change, tidal effects, backwash from other boats etc.
           Further information can be had e.g. from your insur-
           ance company.

When towing another boat, use a sufficiently strong, floating tow
rope. Initiate the towing procedure carefully, avoid jerks, and do
not overload the engine. If you are towing a small dinghy, adjust
the length of the tow rope such that the dinghy favourably rides
the wake of your boat. However, in narrow channels and in a
heavy swell tow the dinghy close to the transom so as to mini-
mise its twisting motion. Securely batten down the equipment in
the dinghy in case it capsizes. In a swell in open water cover the




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dinghy to avoid it filling with splash water.

If you tow, or your boat needs to be towed, attach the tow rope as
per the attaching points shown in diagram 8.

WARNING!      A tow rope is subject to high tension. If it snaps, the
              recoiling speed at the breaking point can be highly
              dangerous. Always use a sufficiently thick rope and
              stay well clear of it.




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          Diagram 8. 1) Attaching points for towing, anchoring and mooring to a jetty
          (see strengths of attaching points on the following table), 2) locking chain
          attaching point (hardened steel eyelet) and 3) trailer eyelet.
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                    Buster Magnum   19 kN           (1937 kg)
                    Buster XL       15 kN           (1529 kg)
                    Buster L      13,1 kN           (1335 kg)
                    Buster M      11,9 kN           (1213 kg)
                    Buster S      11,4 kN           (1162 kg)
                    Buster XS      8,6 kN            (877 kg)


          5.10.5 Trailer towing
          Before lifting your Buster boat unto a trailer, ensure that the trailer
          is suitable for the boat, that the support is adequate to minimise
          the load at a specific point, and that the carrying capacity is suf-
          ficient for the boat, its engine, its equipment, the accumulator,
          all boating accessories and the fuel load. The maximum permit-
          ted gross weight for a trailer can be seen in your car registration
          papers. Remove unnecessary articles and drain the bilge before
          lifting unto the trailer. Adjust the trailer’s side supports so that the
          keel support bears most of the weight of the boat. Raise the boat

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unto the trailer only by utilising the towing eyelet on the prow of
the boat - other attaching points will not endure the weight of the
boat when lifting. Fasten the boat securely to the trailer before
transportation. Protect the boat by attaching suitable padding
between the fastening straps and the hull. Check instructions re-
lated to trailer transportation in the engine manual.
Note also the boat accessories during the trailer transport. Take
care of proper fastening of loose items in the boat. Do not keep
the hood, harbour hood or other canvas cover on the boat dur-
ing trailer transport. At high driving speeds a hood or cover might
become loose and cause danger or damage to the boat or other
road traffic. During trailer transport, a hood or other cover swing-
ing in the air turbulence caused by the car, can also cause sur-
face damages to the boat. Keep the boat hood in the storage
place reserved for it during the trailer transport or remove the
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ATTENTION! The trailer should be slightly front-weighted. Ensure
           that the boat is firmly fastened to the trailer and that
           its weight is evenly distributed along the trailer sup-
           ports. During transportation a swaying boat will buffet
           against a localised support leading to damage to the
           hull.
WARNING! In terms of carrying capacity, an inadequate or poorly
           maintained trailer can break down during transporta-
           tion and cause danger. Ensure that the load capacity
           of the trailer is sufficient for the boat as well as the
           weight of the engine, fuel and equipment.
WARNING! Do not keep the hood, harbour hood or other canvas
           cover on the boat during trailer transport. At high driv-
           ing speeds a hood or cover might become loose and
           cause danger or damage to the boat or other road
           traffic.




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          6.10.6        Navigation
                        Even if the navigation takes place with aid of a
                        GPS navigation system, there must always be a
                        compass and an up-to-date sea chart in the boat.
                        A GPS device is a navigational support system
                        and it should not be used as primary means of
                        navigation. In addition to that, the chief of the
                        vessel must conquer the basic navigational skills.


          6. Service, repairs and winter storage
          Information about maintenance, winter storage, service and re-
          pairs can be found on the Internet at www.busterboat.com or pro-
          vided by your nearest Buster dealership.
          Major damage to the aluminium surface or other surfaces must
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          be repaired by an authorised Buster dealership.
          In the event of engine defects or faults in other devices, in the
          first case contact the deliverer of the device in question.

          ATTENTION! If not properly carried out, many post-production in-
                     stallations and alterations can cause structural dam-
                     age to the boat or compromise safety. Contact the
                     manufacturer before you carry out or have carried
                     out on your behalf e.g. new groundings, hatches, or
                     equipment installations, or attach other metal alloys to
                     the aluminium surface of the boat.

          ATTENTION! If you install accessories or have them to be installed
                     to your boat, use insulated washers which do not
                     conduct electric current, against the surface treated
                     aluminium surface (i.e. accessory´s fastening surface
                     or screw head).

          ATTENTION! Ensure that the cleaning, surface treating and protec-
                     tive substances are suited for aluminium and other
                     untreated surfaces. Follow the instructions given by
                     the manufacturer of any chemical.



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Appendices
          APPENDIX 1. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

The boat has a consecutive series number, i.e. the CIN code
(Craft Identification Number). The code is shown on the hull of
the vessel on the right side of the stern/on the exterior of the tran-
som next to the moulding strip. You can record the CIN code on
the table below. When dealing with the boatyard or dealer, notify
them of the CIN code and boat type so as to facilitate delivery of
the correct spare parts.

 Type of notation                   Buster
 CIN-code                           FI-BUS
 Engine brand and model
 Engine series number




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 Hull material of boat              Marine aluminium EN AW5754
                                    H14 (AlMg3)




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     TECHNICAL INFORMATION




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      Buster                                                   Magnum         XL          L Prof      L           M          S           XSR        XS

      MAIN DIMENSIONS                                           6,70        5,60      4,90      4,90        4,60         4,56       4,15       4,15
      Hull length                                               6,70        5,60      4,90      4,90        4,60         4,56       4,15       4,15
      Max. beam                                                 2,40        2,17      1,97      1,97        1,86         1,79       1,65       1,65
      Draft with max. load
      Weight, unloaded                                          928         591       437       338         303          259        166        161
      Maximum total weight                                      1528        1116      887       788         678          559        466        461
      LOAD CAPACITY
      Max. recommended persons                                  8           7         6         6           5            4          4          4
      Max. recommended load **)                                 600         525       450       450         375          300        300        300
      VOLUMES
      Fuel tank detachable fuel tank                            170         100       55        irtosäiliö irtosäiliö    irtosäiliö irtosäiliö irtosäiliö
      Pontoon foam                                              1000        815       550       550         395          400        313        313
      PERFORMANCE
      Max. recommended engine output kW (hp)                    165 (225)   84 (115)  37 (50)   37 (50)     30 (40)      22 (30)    15 (20)    11 (15)
      Performance at max. output, knots                         48          40        30        32          30           26         25         23
      ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
      Voltage                                                   12 V DC     12 V DC 12 V DC     12 V DC 12 V DC 12 V DC 12 V DC ---
      Recommended accumulator capacity, Ah                      100         100       100       55          55           55         55         ---
      CONTROL CABLES
      Steering cables, m (ft)                                   Hydraulinen 4,00 (15) 3,25 (11) 2,75 (9)    2,75 (9)     2,75 (9)   2,75 (9)   ---
      Remote control cables, m (ft)                             4,50 (15)   3,60 (12) 3,00 (10) 2,50 (8)    2,10 (7)     2,10 (7)   2,10 (7)   ---
     *The maximum overall weight is the boat’s unloaded weight plus maximum recommended load. In addition to this, the engine- and accumulator weights
     and incidental loads are permitted.
     **When loading, only the following are considered as incidental loads:
      PARTIAL LOAD                                             Magnum         XL         L Prof    L           M             S           XSR       XS
      Total weight of persons on board, kg                     600            525        450       450         375           300         300       300
      Basic equipment, kg                                      18             10         10        10          10            10          10        10
      Contents of detachable fuel tank, kg                                                         60          60            30          30        30
      Contents of fixed fuel tank, kg                          124            73         60
     Due to the production process, there may be small variations in the main dimensions and volumes. Note that the full capacity of tanks cannot be utilised
     since capacity depends on the trim angle and angle of heel.
EXPLANATION OF REFERENCE NUMBERS

The overall arrangements of the diagrams are not to scale. Due to continu-
ous product development, the manufacturer assumes no responsibility for
possible variations.

Buster Magnum




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 1)   Mast navigation light; visible all-round, white, output 10W     12)   Breather valve for fuel tank
 2)   a) Accumulator housing, b) fuse box and c) main power switch    13)   Cockpit draining well
 3)   Navigation lights; 112,5 (red) and 112,5 (green), output 10W    14)   Ventilation opening for bilge
 4)   a) manual bilge pump, capacity 25 l/min, b) capacity 18 l/min   15)   Fuel filler bushing
 5)   Fuel filler hose
 6)   Powder extinguisher, 2 kg
 7)   Fuel tank
 8)   Cockpit draining hose
 9)   Stern drain plug
10)   Bilge pump
11)   Service hatch for fuel tank and bilge pump
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          Buster XL
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           1) Mast navigation light; visible all-round, white, output 10W    13) Cockpit draining well
           2) a) Accumulator housing, b) fuse box and c) main power switch   14) Ventilation opening for bilge
           3) Navigation lights; 112,5 (red) and 112,5 (green), output 10W   15) Fuel filler bushing

           5) Fuel filler hose                                               17) Fuel filter/water separator
           6) Powder extinguisher, 2 kg
           7) Fuel tank

           9) Stern drain plug
          10) Bilge pump
          11) Service hatch for fuel tank and bilge pump
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Buster L Prof




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 1)   Mast navigation light; visible all-round, white, output 10W     15) Fuel filler bushing
 2)   a) Accumulator housing, b) fuse box and c) main power switch
 3)   Navigation lights; 112,5 (red) and 112,5 (green), output 10W    18) Fuel tank service hatch (no access to bilge pump)
 4)   a) manual bilge pump, capacity 25 l/min, b) capacity 18 l/min
 5)   Fuel filler hose
 6)   Powder extinguisher, 2 kg
 7)   Fuel tank
 8)   Cockpit draining hose
 9)   Stern drain plug
10)   Bilge pump

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          Buster L
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           1) Mast navigation light; visible all-round, white, output 10W    20) Ventilation opening for fuel storage space
           2) a) Accumulator housing, b) fuse box and c) main power switch   21) Reserve space for detachable fuel tank
           3) Navigation lights; 112,5 (red) and 112,5 (green), output 10W

           6) Powder extinguisher, 2 kg

           8) Cockpit draining hose
           9) Stern drain plug
          10) Bilge pump


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Buster M




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 1) Mast navigation light; visible all-round, white, output 10W      20) Ventilation opening for fuel storage space
 2) a) Accumulator housing, b) fuse box and c) main power switch     21) Reserve space for detachable fuel tank
 3) Navigation lights; 112,5° (red) and 112,5° (green), output 10W

 6) Powder extinguisher, 2 kg

 8) Cockpit draining hose
 9) Stern drain plug
10) Bilge pump


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          Buster S
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           1) Mast navigation light; visible all-round, white, output 10W
           2) a) Accumulator housing, b) fuse box and c) main power switch

           9) Stern drain plug
          10) Bilge pump

          20) Ventilation opening for fuel storage space
          21) Reserve space for detachable fuel tank
          22) Oarlocks


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Buster XS ja XSR




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 4) a) manual bilge pump, capacity 25 l/min, b) capacity 18 l/min

 9) Stern drain plug

20) Ventilation opening for fuel storage space
21) Reserve space for detachable fuel tank
22) Oarlocks




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          APPENDIX 3: CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
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          Circuit diagram for Buster Magnum. Symbols and terminology on
          page 49
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Circuit diagram for Buster XL. Symbols and terminology on page 49

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          Circuit diagram for Buster LHT Professional. Symbols and terminol-
          ogy on page 49
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Circuit diagram for Buster M and L. Symbols and terminology on page 49

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          Circuit diagram for Buster S. Symbols and terminology on page 49

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SYMBOLS AND TERMINOLOGY

(RED)              Red lead
(BLK)              Black lead
(BRN)              Brown lead
(GRY)              Grey lead
(R/W)              Red/white lead
BILGE              Electrical bilge pump
WIPER              Motor for windshield wiper
LIGHT W            Mast light, 360° white
LIGHT R/G          Navigation light, red and green 112,5°/112,5°
LIGHT GRN          Navigation light, green 112,5°
LIGHT RED          Navigation light, red 112,5°
(MAIN) FUSE        (Main) fuse
BATTERY            Accumulator
ENGINE             Engine




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MAIN SWITCH        Main switch
FUEL SENSOR        Fuel sensor
FUEL GAUGE         Fuel gauge
RCU                Remote control unit, ignition key

Due to continuous product development, the manufacturer as-
sumes no responsibility for possible variations in the circuit dia-
grams.




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               APPENDIX 4: DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY


                   DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
                   EU recreational-craft directive 94/25/EY

          MANUFACTURER

                   Manufacturer’s name:   Inha Works Ltd.
                   Address:               Saarikyläntie 21
                   Postal code:           FIN-63700
                   Locality:              Ähtäri
                   Country:               Finland
                   Module adopted:        B+C

          AUTHORITY NOTIFIED
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                   Name:                  VTT Products and production
                   Identification code:   0537
                   Address:               Post box 1705, Otakaari 7 B
                   Postal code:           FIN-02044
                   Locality:              Espoo
                   Country:               Finland




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                RECREATIONAL CRAFT INFORMATION

Make and    Design Type inspection   Boat type    Construction Maximum Length/width/
model of    cate-  and certificate                material     engine   draft (m)
boat        gory   number                                      capacity
                                                               (kW)
Buster      C                        Open, sin-   Aluminium
                    501/1B1/2003                               165      6,70/2,40/0,36
Magnum                               gle-hull,    alloy
Buster XL           514/1B1/2003     outboard                  84       5,60/2,17/0,30
Buster L            513/1B1/2003     motorboat                 37       4,90/1,97/0,29
Buster M            512/1B1/2003                               30       4,60/1,85/0,19
                    VAL
Buster S                                                      22         4,56/1,79/0,19
                    365/1B1/2001
Buster XS   D       VAL 220/1B1/98                            11 (15)    4,15/1,65/0,13
(XSR)


References to the appropriate uniform standards and regulations are listed
on the back page.

I declare that the above-mentioned recreational boat complies will all ap-




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propriate and essential safety requirements in accordance with the specifi-
cations overleaf and the EU type-inspection certificate.




Jukka Suonperä
Managing director
Date: (dd/mm/yy): 1.7.2005




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           Essential safety requirements as      Applicable inspection methods as per boat model
           per inspection group                  Buster Magnum           Buster XL             Buster L          Buster S          Buster XS
                                                                                               Buster M

           2.       General requirements
           2.1      Hull markings CIN            ISO 10087             ISO 10087              ISO 10087          ISO 10087         ISO 10087
           2.2      Manufacturer’s plate         RSG Guidelines,       RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   RSG Guidelines,
                                                 ISO 11592             ISO 11592              ISO 11592          ISO 11592         ISO 11592
           2.3      Prevention of falling        RSG Guidelines, ISO   RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines     RSG Guidelines,   RSG Guidelines
                    overboard                    15085                 ISO 15085                                 ISO 15085
           2.4      Visibility from steering     RSG Guidelines,       RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   RSG Guidelines,
                    position                     NBS F10               NBS F10                NBS F10            NBS F10           NBS F10
           2.5      Owner’s handbook             ISO 10240             ISO 10240              ISO 10240          ISO 10240         ISO 10240
           3.1      Structure                    RSG Guidelines,       RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guide-        RSG Guide-
                                                 NBS-VTT Extended      NBS-VTT Extended       NBS-VTT Extended   lines, NBS-VTT    lines, NBS-VTT
                                                 Rule                  Rule                   Rule, NBS F15      Extended Rule     Extended Rule,
                                                                                                                                   NBS F15
           3.2      Stability and free board     RSG Guidelines, ISO   RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   RSG Guidelines,
                                                 12217                 ISO 12217              NBS F3             ISO 12217         ISO 12217,
                                                                                                                                   NBS F3
           3.3      Buoyancy                     RSG Guidelines, ISO   RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   RSG Guidelines,
                                                 12217                 ISO 12217              NBS F12            ISO 12217         ISO 12217,
                                                                                                                                   NBS F12
           3.4      Hull and deck openings       -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           3.5      Filling with water           -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           3.6      Maximum permitted load       RSG Guidelines, ISO   RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   RSG Guidelines,
                                                 12217                 ISO 12217              NBS F3             ISO 12217         ISO 12217,
                                                                                                                                   NBS F3
           3.7      Stowing life jackets         RSG Guidelines        -                      -                  -                 -
           3.8      Emergency exit               -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           3.9      Anchoring, mooring and       RSG Guidelines        RSG Guidelines         RSG Guidelines     RSG Guidelines    RSG Guidelines
                    towing
           4.       Drive characteristics        RSG Guidelines, ISO   RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   RSG Guidelines,
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                                                 11592                 ISO 11592              NBS F10,           ISO 11592         NBS F10,
                                                                                              ISO 8665,                            ISO 8665,
                                                                                              ISO 11592                            ISO 11592
           5.       Installation requirements
           5.1      Engines and engine space     -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.1.1    Inboard engines              -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.1.2    Ventilation                  -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.1.3    Exposed parts                -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.1.4    Start-up of outboard         -                     -                      -                  -                 -
                    engine
           5.2      Fuel system                  RSG Guidelines, ISO   RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   -
                                                 10088,                ISO 10088,             ISO 10088,         ISO 10088,
                                                 ISO 11105,            ISO 11105,             ISO 11105,         ISO 11105,
                                                 ISO 9094              ISO 9094               ISO 9094           ISO 9094
           5.2.1    Fuel system in general       -                     -                      -                  -                 -

           5.2.2    Fuel tanks                   -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.3      Electrical system            RSG Guidelines, ISO   RSG Guidelines,        RSG Guidelines,    RSG Guidelines,   -
                                                 10133,                ISO 10133,             ISO 10133,         ISO 10133,
                                                 ISO 13297             ISO 13297              ISO 13297          ISO 13297
           5.4      Steering system              ISO 8848,             ISO 8848,              ISO 8848,          ISO 8848,         ISO 8848,
                                                 ISO 10592,            ISO 10592,             ISO 10592,         ISO 10592,        ISO 10592,
                                                 ISO 9775,             ISO 9775,              ISO 9775,          ISO 9775,         ISO 9775,
                                                 ISO 13929             ISO 13929              ISO 13929          ISO 13929         ISO 13929
           5.4.1    Steering system in           -                     -                      -                  -                 -
                    general
           5.4.2    Reserve systems              -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.5      Gas equipment                -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.6      Fire prevention              RSG Guidelines,       ISO 9094               ISO 9094           RSG Guidelines,   -
                                                 ISO 9094                                                        ISO 9094
           5.6.1    Fire prevention in general   -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.6.2    Fire prevention equipment    -                     -                      -                  -                 -
           5.7      Navigation lights            1972 COLREG           1972 COLREG            1972 COLREG        1972 COLREG       -
           5.8      Prevention of emissions      -                     -                      -                  -                 -
                    and discharges
          - = is not relevant for the security of the boat model in question or the system in question is not used in the boat
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FI-63700 Ähtäri
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