Now this is a new subject..sort of... but I have very little experience with 4 strokes. I hear quiet, I hear fuel economy, I hear environmentally sound but what concerns me is getting away from that old 2 stroke rev. I made the temporary mistake of buying a new Sthil weed wacker, a large unit as is required to beat back the jungle here. It was what they call the pre-mix and is basically a 4 stroke. Hello...where's the revs...where's the power. I went back with it the next day for big Stinky 2 stroke F250 and it runs lika a banshee.
Do these 4 strokes get up and GO? [/QUOTE]
I have used 4 strokes for 10+ years, usually twin set ups on RIBs, but also have a Yamaha 115 on my Avon 620. I find they have lots of low end power (which I need for getting up to 12 passengers going)
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