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Old 15 February 2007, 13:03   #11
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I chose Verado's because of the Speed, Look very sexy indeed, quiet and because that is what I wanted.
I agree with you It's very sexy your black mate! I imagine if you place five or six verado's on your boat you can flying over sea!!!
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Old 15 February 2007, 14:38   #12
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I agree with you It's very sexy your black mate! I imagine if you place five or six verado's on your boat you can flying over sea!!!
Max 3 x Verado 275
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Old 15 February 2007, 17:09   #13
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Max 3 x Verado 275
When there’s a will – there’s a way!

So I would like to know how much gasoline does Verado need at full speed?
I want to compare with Yamaha 300 hpdi. I think that 300hp > 275hp.
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When there’s a will – there’s a way!

So I would like to know how much gasoline does Verado need at full speed?
I want to compare with Yamaha 300 hpdi. I think that 300hp > 275hp.
see post 4 by NautiBouy
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We put one on last years demonstrator and a 250 Verado ran at over 60mph happily with a novice driving it! We managed 65 trimmed out and you could talk to the people in the back seats it was so quiet!
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Old 16 February 2007, 05:28   #16
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We put one on last years demonstrator and a 250 Verado ran at over 60mph happily with a novice driving it! We managed 65 trimmed out and you could talk to the people in the back seats it was so quiet!
Really, you ought to get some sort of deal going with Barrus then Cookee.
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Really, you ought to get some sort of deal going with Barrus then Cookee.

Good Idea Mollers!
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Old 21 February 2007, 21:44   #18
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I have to get a bigger RIB. I think twin 275 would putt my transum several feet under.
I dunno about my transom, but it would sure sink my bank account...
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We put one on last years demonstrator and a 250 Verado ran at over 60mph happily with a novice driving it! We managed 65 trimmed out and you could talk to the people in the back seats it was so quiet!
How would that compare to a Yam or Evinrude of the same size?
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How would that compare to a Yam or Evinrude of the same size?
To be honest we haven't fitted either to one of ours yet - although I would expect similar performance given similar weights although they would probably be a bit louder?

Maybe someone who has fitted all of the above to the same hull would be better off commenting?
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