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Old 16 January 2013, 17:59   #1
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Interesting motor

Not seen these before. Anybody like it ?

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Old 16 January 2013, 18:05   #2
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Not me, looks like an alien's popping out of the water and dragging him in

Bloody aliens
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Old 16 January 2013, 18:27   #3
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Electric motor, go to OUTBOARD ENERGY
for more info.
Is it the future...
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Wouldnt want one of them on the back of my boat!!

But this is pretty cool if i were to go electric...

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Old 16 January 2013, 18:54   #5
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I see they are making inboard and jet too.
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The motor with the intregrated battery could be very interesting.
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Hmmm ... another company redefining the laws of physics.

"20-35KW power rating" and "Zero fuel consumption"

Incredible. Perhaps HeraCON might be appropriate
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Its says it can be recharged with a portable generator. lol. whats the point.
if you do that then your still burning fossil fuels. !!

may give you a good range though. keep the genny running to supply it with power and you could get a impressive range. lol

would it then be classed as a hybrid. lol
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I think the portable generator is when the trip is longer than your batteries last. So you can reach your destination .
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I think the portable generator is when the trip is longer than your batteries last. So you can reach your destination .
Best just buy a petrol outboard then
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