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Old 28 June 2011, 13:04   #1
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2 stoke versus 4 stroke and fuel

I have a 200hp 2 stroke which im very pleased with, however the fuel costs are starting to hurt as I do use the boat a couple of times a week. Was after any advice on whether it would be worth changing to a 4 stroke, as in would it be really worth it considering the resale value of a 200hp 2stroke from 2004 with the cost of a new 4 stroke of say 250hp ?

I expect its not really worth it and the response will be the fuel costs are hurting all of us. Any suggestions would be worth while. I think ive spent about 2,500 on fuel since start of the calender year.

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Old 28 June 2011, 15:46   #2
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Only you can do that calculation based on how many litres you burn per mile or hour and comparing it with a 4-stroke and then working out the payback period (in years I would think)
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