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Old 24 September 2013, 14:29   #1
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150Hp Yamaha 2 Stroke EFI, how bad is it on fuel?

Have heard the carbed version is very thirsty, 60 + liters at wot...How bad is the EFI version
(not the hpdi) is it all the same? Anything particular with the EFI model, worth knowing, good or bad?
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i would imagine wot on a 6.5 mtr more like 100 litres p/h
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Old 24 September 2013, 15:42   #3
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..more like 100 litres p/h,,that sounds really scary. As the 2 stroke 90 would max at approx 35 l/h seams strange that one 150 would use almost as as much as 3 x 90 hp.

But the 90 hp is as economical as a carbed 2 stroke can ever be , maybe the V6 is just not that good design, at least not from the consumption point of view.
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the carbed 90 was pretty reasonable

The V6 Yam is 2.2 litre or something like that which is a completely different beast, i have never owned one so i may be wrong but interested to hear from someone who has nailed one for a hour to put us right!
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