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Old 21 June 2010, 04:57   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: Southport
Boat name: Selby
Make: Yamaha 310s
Length: 3m +
Engine: outboard Petrol
Join Date: Jun 2010
Posts: 1
Information on 8hp 2 stroke Yam L/S

Hello, I wondered if any of you experts out there can give this novice some help please.

I have a Yam 310s Rib 2008 and i have just purchased a Yam 8hp 2 stroke engine for it, thinking I would be able to get it up on the plane, this is a long shaft engine, it should have a short shaft on it has anyone any ideas on what i can do. i have tried moving the trim, and raised the motor buy 20ml as the brackets will not allow it to be fitted any hire on this transcom. We are in Greece at the moment and would like to get it to plane before we leave. The engine runs well and is very clean only been used in fresh water lake until now.

i was think of putting a dole fin on it, what do you all think?

The engine codes are 8CM 303871 6NO L

The prop: says faintly 8 and a half by 7 and a half and was assembled in France by MBK industrie.

Thanks all
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