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Old 25 July 2018, 16:55   #11
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Here are some before and after pictures
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Old 25 July 2018, 16:56   #12
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close-up at prop level.

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Old 25 July 2018, 17:06   #13
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Too low by 1 or 2 holes I would suggest. You really need to get picture with cav plate level and take picture inline with the keel line. I'll see if I have a piccy of my df200....

Edit, is that definetely only a long shaft?

Looks different length than what you took off for sure looking at the mount.
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Old height, I went up a hole from this.

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Cav plate & Hull

As requested. Fully trimmed in.
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As requested. Fully trimmed in.


You need a photo with the AV plate inline with the keel. Put a straight edge along the keel projecting out past the bottom of the transom. Trim the engine so the AV plate is parallel to the straight edge. The plate should be about an inch above the top of the straight edge. That's your starting point.
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Too many plates.

I assume the cab plate is the one immediately above the prop? If I have the engine vertical and run a line from the top of that plate it instersects with the transom at just about the lowest point of the v on the transom. Or the extreme bottom of the V
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Basically NOT an inch above
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Engine is too low, it looks like you had a "standard" shaft before and this is a long?
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Engine is too low, it looks like you had a "standard" shaft before and this is a long?
Dont think youll get a short (standard shaft) 150 opti
Looks like suzuki long shaft is slightly longer than the "normal" longshaft
Needs to go up the transom but looks like you wont manage that without re drilling holes
Pikey dave has given the best explanation of where to start
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