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Old 11 October 2005, 12:05   #1
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honda or susuki??

Iam looking to get a 4 stroke before the new suzi 150-175 arrives next year

any feed back on the suzi 140 and the honda 150 please.
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http://www.yamaha-motor.nl/products/...ws/article.jsp

have a read of this is interesting reading

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Quite a lot of different conclusions - the main one I could see was that prop choice and setting up was more important than anything else!!!

Also the Evinrude 2 stroke was the most economical at WOT but the Yammie was best at crusing speeds.

Not a lot in it really though - setup makes all the difference!!!
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How about the new Verado?
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