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Old 26 December 2017, 03:30   #1
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Yamaha wave runner 2004 with cover, spares or repair motor blown to bits,on nice roller trailer, £575 the lot
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Old 02 February 2018, 00:50   #2
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Hi, is this still for sale. Where is it located?
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Old 02 February 2018, 09:01   #3
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yes it is ,on iow
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Old 02 February 2018, 13:00   #4
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Hi, is this still for sale. Where is it located?
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Do it put an electric motor in it

http://cleanrider.com/e-motion-motor...ski-the-emr-1/
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i was thinking that
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My gut feel is that would be a good use of electric propulsion on a boat:
- they typically donít go far from their launch point so a low battery warning is easily handled
- they want high torque for good acceleration
- many are used only for short bursts when afloat
- they burn a lot of fuel
- they are often stored at home where charging is feasible
- they have a reputation for making lots of noise
- presumably a motor is smaller than the IC engine and associated gubbins so leaves more space for battery
- potentially can be used in places where petrol engines are banned
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Absolutely spectacular show when the lithium gets wet too!
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