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Old 07 April 2015, 10:31   #1
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Will these motors work for a H733?

I believe I have found project H733 for sale with no motors.

I can get a good deal on these motors.

I would imagine I will need the outboard bracket.

What do you think?
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Old 07 April 2015, 16:21   #2
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Find out what year. Early 2000's for this block size (200/225/250 hp) had serious internal corrosion problems (up until 2004 or so, if I recall). Do some googling - There's some fix make sure it's been done.

Someone will correct me if I'm wrong but check shaft length - single 30 in. or twin 25 in.
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Will these motors work for a H733?

Yep the single needs to be the 30". A monster of an engine.

Does it have any drive train or is it bare? Finding the bracket is a pain. If I did it again I would look to a fiberglass bracket like Ryan does. Of course he's got a really good builder local to him.

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Thanks guys.

I was kind of thinking of mounting all three on there.
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Thanks guys.

I was kind of thinking of mounting all three on there.
Test the three of them out on your Aquapro first
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One would be the max for a H733 in my opinion.
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Thanks for the input everyone.

I just repowered my Aquapro with this.
It's really fast, but sits low in the rear.
Going to try and add trim tabs to correct that.
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I just repowered my Aquapro with this.
It's really fast, but sits low in the rear.
Going to try and add trim tabs to correct that.
Should have gone for the 8.3
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