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Old 02 July 2009, 14:29   #1
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Honwave 3.2 air deck +15 hp 2st yam advice please

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I have just bought the above package, was wondering what it should go like and is it a good match, its my 1st SIB but have been jetskiing/waterskiing and have had fast boats for 15 years, so not too bothered on top speed more the handling and what do people think of Honwave in general please
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Old 02 July 2009, 14:34   #2
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Great outfit - only problem is you will need strange transom wheels for it and they DO make life so much easier!!!

2 strokes are so much better than 4 strokes for this sort of application!!!
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Old 02 July 2009, 14:37   #3
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Cheers for that, I have a folding launching trolley that goes in the back of the car, was going to try that 1st, it fits the boat ok, so hopefully I can use that? and not bother with wheels? or do you still reccomend wheels?

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Is very important to have the correct pressure on the deck 0.8 Is a nice boat and easy to use it
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Old 02 July 2009, 18:38   #5
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Normally I would say go with wheels but i really don't like the look of the ones that will fit the Honwave so stick with your trolley!!!

Other than that they are great boat - you should get about 25mph with that setup and a light load.
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Normally I would say go with wheels but i really don't like the look of the ones that will fit the Honwave so stick with your trolley!!!
The transom wheels for the Honda's are a lot tougher than they look Codders. I have a set on my T38 with a 2 stroke 25HP motor. The wheels have proved their worth - they're actually pretty solid.

See here for a few pics I posted last year.

Boat (used twice) with wheels and usual accessories is up for sale if anybody's interested?!??.....
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