Originally Posted by Chris Murray
Shouldn't this be a lower water pick up?
Does the slimmer gearbox mean less "chunky" gears and that it could perhaps be more likely to "break" if the prop hits something? If so, is this a trade off (for an extra knot or two) that is worth accepting?
Also, does it come in long/extra long shaft or is this not an issue?
... just some thoughts.
correct ,lower pick up.....sorry not all together there from night be for
rule of thumb
:- ho's are for performance ribs and bass boats, have a different ratio gearbox, are lighter and are for single instalation. so if you have the need for speed the ho is for you.
the 250 etcs are for driving heaver boats, diving ,crusing ribs,ect.....