[QUOTE]Muffling Devices: Muffling devices installed in the exhaust system and in constant operation to prevent unreasonable noise. (water injected headers are considered a "muffling device").[/QUOTE]
I was hassled for no mufflers. I was tested before by the Rangers @ Windsor and they said I was OK. At DS I was stopped by Fish and Game near Sand bar. They let me go with a warning. They also said the have a different way of testing then everyone else. Do you think they were out to hassle people and look for OUI's.
This the first time I have ever been pulled over in 15+ years of boating in Havasu and 9 in current boat
Class A & 1: 1 size B-I Fire Extinguisher
Class 2: 1 size B-II OR 2 size B-1 Fire Extinguisher
Class 3: 3 size B-1 OR 1 B-1 AND 1 B-2 Fire Extinguisher
This throws a lot of our customers off... Just so you guys know there are 3 ratings on a fire extinguisher:
A = Normal combustibles
B = Flammable stuff
C = Electrical
A and B have a numerical rating stating how much fire they will put out under lab testing. C does not have a number associated with it.
Your extinguisher will read something like:
1A:10B:C = 1 "A" rating, 10 "B" rating & it is "C" rated
To translate BoatCop's requirements, prob. the same as 5B and 10B ratings. This is essentially the difference between one of those tiny 1.25lb and a 2.5lb dry chemical fire extinguisher. SOME extinguishers have a USCG rating as I or II right on the label, but it is a combined rating including the B and C ratings.
Remember it's only Coast Guard Approved if it is installed in a bracket