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Old 16 September 2005, 18:48   #11
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i rather think mollers is on form tonight, nice one, ...........coool....going fishing
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Is there significant diference in the consumption between the carb and the injection?...I mean...I've seen the tests..but from your experience.
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Is there significant diference in the consumption between the carb and the injection?...I mean...I've seen the tests..but from your experience.
Yes, early days jet, but I have gone from a 100hp twin carb to a 150hp Opti!
Yesterday I did a trip of 35 miles & used 3/8th of a tank keeping to around 3500 rpm, this trip would have normally used about double with the old twin carb!
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I am not sure about the 90 Opti's

As the worlds number one Optimax fan I would say the best 90 hp engine, ever and still built, is the Yamaha 90 3 cylinder model, a poor equivalent of it is the Tohatsu but the three pot Yamaha is supreme.

The engine lacks sophisticated electonics and is extremely well engineered and they rarely go wrong
What you said is what troubles me. An editor friend told me not to get an injection 2T because they often have problems.

He also told me that in this horsepower it`s really in the edge if the price diferrence of the 4T is worth the extra money and that the diferrence between the 2T and the 4T is going to be about o,2 lit per mile.
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