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Old 07 October 2011, 17:56   #1
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Looks nice, especially with NMEA2000 but still a few kilos heavier than the competition.
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plink plink...fizzzzz ??
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Might put them on my little rib. Will the transom cope? Lol.
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Go on then we may as well have a larf, anyone know how much
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Yeah but only for a twin installation!
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Looks nice, especially with NMEA2000 but still a few kilos heavier than the competition.
And thats the hot topic at the moment. In the 4/ stakes I think Yamaha and Suzuki are definitely stealing the march on the others. The F70 (& I think others now?) and the DF60 series Suzukis are as light as if not lighter than some of the competition.
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