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Old 23 September 2016, 03:25   #1
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Humber Attaque 5.3 - Max engine weight

Anyone know what the max outboard weight is for a Humber Attaque 5.3?
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Old 23 September 2016, 04:53   #2
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Humber Attaque 5.3 - Max engine weight

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MAX: 75 hp/55.9Kw MAX Weight: 150kg

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That is the Assault. The model i have is the Attaque, which i believe is the same as the Ocean Pro 2.0m beam which is 90hp/180kg
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That is the Assault. The model i have is the Attaque, which i believe is the same as the Ocean Pro 2.0m beam which is 90hp/180kg
Dominic,

You're correct, sorry about that; I was reading too fast.

Yes I believe the Ocean Pro narrow beam is the same as the Attaque hull shape but I think they beefed up the transom to make them stronger on the Ocean Pro models than the orig. older Attaque's as four strokes are heavier than 2 strokes.

So probably a 75hp 4 stroke or a 90hp 2 stroke is the safe way to go.

The best thing to do is not listen to me and instead call Humber as 69cmw first suggested.
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90 hp 170 kg attaque classic ocean pro 5.3 m on their web site
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Call Humber. The age will matter. My old Seasafe is essentially a Mk1 O-Pro ad rated to 60hp /110 kg. If it was a year younger it could have been 125 kg.....
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I emailed Humber when we considered RE-engining our old Attaque. They said 170kg.
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Interesting ^

Yamaha F90 90hp dry weight is 169kg. The i4 115hp is 177kg (long shaft)

Evinrude E-Tec 90hp dry weight is 145kg. (long shafts). Their 115hp is 177kg.

Mercury 115hp four stroke is 163kg (probably normal shaft)

Honda's 90hp is 166kg (long shaft). their 100hp is the same weight.

I would probably pick the Mercury last in regards of durability.
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I emailed Humber when we considered RE-engining our old Attaque. They said 170kg.
She's still going well with the old 85 Yam!
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