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Old 10 September 2014, 04:06   #11
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No you don't. You no more hate Etecs than you do Osprey ribs. It's people that you hate and as a part of your hatred of certain people, you seek to rubbish whatever they own. It's an old, obvious and slightly sad forum practice in which you specialise.

Don't worry, none of your targets take it personally, a troubled childhood perhaps?
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It's an old, obvious and slightly sad forum practice in which you specialise.
You can speak first hand of this can't you Alice.! you know more about me than I'm aware of..I'm sure we were discussing the love hate of Etecs as per the title suggests..

Now lets get back on track and discuss the Love Hate relationship with your chosen engine provider which you initiated.!
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Old 10 September 2014, 04:20   #12
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JV launched our's out of the Helford the other eve, with just him and a mate onboard. I was stood on the Ferryboat pontoon. It sounded pretty good.
I'd best get mine hitched up and drive south again soon
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Old 10 September 2014, 04:23   #13
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I'd best get mine hitched up and drive south again soon
Do it, It's 'ansome down here right now. The Yacht Haven is empty and the weather great.
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Alex's 16th this weekend
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Old 10 September 2014, 04:52   #15
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Wait till the G2 E-tec starts doing the rounds, Im sure there will be loads more trolling to be done !...
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Old 10 September 2014, 10:37   #16
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Aren't all etecs second gen ? - on the theory the first one everyone has blow up or go wrong so get replaced under evinrudes awesome warranty ?

Me thinks this is a 100% trolling thread to start with anyhow ....
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Old 10 September 2014, 10:40   #17
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Well I will take the bait. My lad has the 25 etec and that's great for him. Bit heavy to pull over and expensive to convert to electric but the power it has, even in a small unit is impressive.

I'm not a huge fan of the bigger ones, although I'd prefer it to an Opti 😝


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Old 10 September 2014, 11:06   #18
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I bet other people on here have had problems with their particular make of engine during their warranty period .... some major.... and some not.

As for me, I bet that I'm the only Etec owner on here who's transom saddle has broken which was just bad luck as far as I am concerned but, for a small engine pushing a fairly heavy boat it doesn't do too bad
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Old 10 September 2014, 12:16   #19
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I'm not gonna tell anyone that it's the best 250 in the World or to go buy one, but for me, it's bloody great!
Nothing to add at all - for me too !
I also have a 19 pitch Cyclone on the 250 and each and every time I push the throttle I have a big grin in my face
Only disadvantage on long distance cruising is that I have to carry plenty of XD100 ..
But I am not doing every year a Round Britain
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Old 10 September 2014, 16:58   #20
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I love mine too. Got a 175 on my humber 6.5 OP
When I push the fast lever, I get a great big smile on my face!
It has a great hole shot, I just love it.
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