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Old 20 June 2011, 10:20   #1
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2 or 4 stroke

I know its hard to tell from the pictures, But can anyone tell me if this is a 2 stroke or 4 stroke??

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Old 20 June 2011, 10:26   #2
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Thats a stroker....(2 stroke)
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Yep defo 2 stroke (can be up-rated to 30hp too)

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Agreed - two stroke.

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Thanks for the replies.

Are these outboards any good?

I have taken the plunge and bought it! Hope its ok and hope i havent paid over the top for it.
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Seems cheap to me. Good motors and like I said there's a thread running at the moment with all the details to convert to 30hp if desired, costs next to nothing to do that!

Tend to sound a bit noisy on the bearings if they've been worked but that one claims little use so you will be fine

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