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Old 16 January 2002, 09:53   #1
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placing optimax

hi guys

does any one know the best way to place my 200hp optimax
behind my revenger 7,00mtr.
hight place etc.
and does somebody know a good system to make your own
sunbed(???)?
Is somebody coming to the Netherlands coming season?

greetings Niels
(!!!what a poor english!!!)sorry!
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Old 16 January 2002, 09:58   #2
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In the middle ????

Sorry - couldn't help myself!
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Old 16 January 2002, 10:21   #3
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and prop side down !
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Old 16 January 2002, 11:27   #4
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There is a cruise planned for holland later in the year

See the main www.rib.net pages

at

www.rib.net/holland2002.htm

for the full story

(Keith you could go as a foot passenger on the ferry and take your SIB as hand baggage )
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You lot are so stupid!!! everybody knows that the engine goes on the back of the boat!!!!
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Old 16 January 2002, 15:32   #6
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Back of the boat ?

isnt that the pointed end ?
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Old 16 January 2002, 15:53   #7
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Hey Jools,

(Keith you could go as a foot passenger on the ferry and take your SIB as hand baggage )

You may jest, but think of the money I would save on ferry costs by not having a trailer behind to pay for!

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Old 18 January 2002, 05:39   #8
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ha ha

funny guys

I see that you didnīt understand my question.
but donīt worry I find it out myself.
greetings from silly holland
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Old 18 January 2002, 09:52   #9
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o

and try to write something in dutch see if it works.
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Jokes aside -- I have just measured up the position of my 200HP Optimax XL on a 6.5m Tornado. The engine was fiited by the boat manufacturer. It is located as follows:

Offset from centre line to starboard is surprisingly small at only 20mm; and

height of anti cavitation plate above the bottom of the keel is around 75mm. (I believe that the transom mounting height is subject to other considerations though.)

Hope that this helps.

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