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Old 26 September 2004, 19:14   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: sussex
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fuel consumption-evinrude 200hp ficht ?

hello... can anyone give me an idea of what the expected fuel consumption of this engine might be when attached to a 27 foot rib many thanks.
at different rpms of course!!

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Old 27 September 2004, 02:56   #2
Country: Ireland
Town: Dublin
Boat name: WIZARD
Make: REDBAY 7.4
Length: 7m +
Engine: OPTI 225
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ON the Bombard/Evinrude site in the us , they have porformance figures on various boats ... they usualy dont include Ribs... but offshore boats should boats will give you a good idea.......

The engines seem to consume the same fuel, for a given rpm , it just the speed thta is different , on different hulls

Failing that . Yamahas Amercian site , has the same, and the 200 hdpi , would be close enough........ Infact I think that they are all the same a WOT , whether DI or 'old 2 stroke'
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