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Old 26 August 2015, 07:50   #1
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Weight Yamaha 30hp Autolube 1995-ish

Hi,

Anybody know the approx. weight of this engine ?

Speurders.nl: Yamaha 30 pk autolube. kortstaart. Buitenboordmotor. 3 cil
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Old 26 August 2015, 09:05   #2
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Hi , there's s webpage I used while researching my engine it's called
Nadaguides.com
Loads of info on there
Just checked 1995 30hp 2 stroke = 132lbs dry weight
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Hi , there's s webpage I used while researching my engine it's called
Nadaguides.com
Loads of info on there
Just checked 1995 30hp 2 stroke = 132lbs dry weight
Hth
Thanks for the reply. Quite a lump. Little too much to handle alone.
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With your link I've selected these engines:

All 2 strokes, all 199X.

Mercury 20,25
Johnson 25,30
Mariner 25
Tohatsu 18,25,30
Yamaha 25

Any suggestions ?
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With your link I've selected these engines:

All 2 strokes, all 199X.

Mercury 20,25
Johnson 25,30
Mariner 25
Tohatsu 18,25,30
Yamaha 25

Any suggestions ?

Sorry I wouldn't have much experience, new to boat ownership myself, was always a passenger before, most say that you can't go wrong with Yamaha , but a neighbour of mine bought a speedboat with a Yamaha 55 2 stroke recently and my 30hp 4 stroke would leave it for dead...

Hopefully someone else can help :-)
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60kg is heavy for a 30hp, I'm guessing thats the 3 cylinder model? The 2 cyl is a great light engine, made by yamaha but sometimes branded mariner (same engine). If you remove the autolube and run premix would be 1~1.5kg lighter too probably
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60kg is heavy for a 30hp, I'm guessing thats the 3 cylinder model? The 2 cyl is a great light engine, made by yamaha but sometimes branded mariner (same engine). If you remove the autolube and run premix would be 1~1.5kg lighter too probably

http://www.nadaguides.com/Boats/1995...utboard-Motors

2 cylinder is only 6lb lighter? Mistake?

My F30 4 stroke 30hp weighs 90+kgs and it felt every gram of it getting it on the transom ...
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The old (80's) 2 cyl 25/30 is 43kg, 95lbs, reading online it looks like they got heavier? maybe when they changed from hp at the flywheel to hp at prop.
My yamaha 70 is around 90kg! It's an old two stroke model and short shaft
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