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  1. Magister54
    Hi, as far as I remember no, there is no adjustment.
  2. Waiter21
    03-09-2016 05:07 AM
    I upgraded the converter to a 4 stage.

    If I were doing it again, I would probably just leave the old converter in, but just unhook it. That way, if I ever sell the Mirada, I could remove the 4 stage and reconnect the original/

    Heres a link to the upgrade:

    Upgrading converter to 4 stage | 2001 Coachmen Mirada 300QB

    The 4 stage has a couple advantages.

    1) When recharging, i.e. running the genny to recharge the battery, it will go into a full boost mode and charge the batter very quickly.

    2) When sitting in storage and plugged in, it goes into low mode and doesn't boil the battery. . I leave the Mirada plugged in at home (storage) and after 6 months, I checked the batteries and they were not low on fluid or bulged.
  3. Waiter21
    07-07-2015 12:09 PM
    Looks like you have the twin Mirada to mine.

    Check out my web site, It looks like you could write a couple articles for the Mirada and post them up there.

    2001 Coachmen Mirada 300QB | 2001 Ford F53 6.8L V10


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    A 15yo RV is like a Steam Locomotive. Run time/Maintenance is about 65/35. For every 65 hours in use it needs 35 hours of work.


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