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Old 20 May 2015, 00:48   #11
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Thanks for the info.

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Old 16 September 2015, 08:32   #12
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Originally Posted by chipko View Post
We also have a 2.3 Honda auxiliary for longer coastal trips. Ours is kept in a padded bag stored forward and under seat. When required we slightly loosen main (20hp) and slide sideways along transom by about 75mm. This gives us just enough room to mount aux. and allow steerage. Transom weight is exceeded by about 5kg but only making slow headway on aux. so stresses are fairly light.
Chipko Hi.
I know this is an old thread but would really appreciate it if you could possibly at some stage (if/when you have some time) you could send me a picture of the padded bag yu have made for your aux Honda 2.3 HP as I wish to make same and carry the engine inside the boat as Aux.
Thank you so much.

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Old 16 September 2015, 19:43   #13
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Honwave T3.8 IE - Auxiliary Engine / Transom Question

Hi Alexo,
We store our little Honda 2.3 aux in a standard Yamaha 2.5 padded outboard carry bag......I don't think Honda make a full padded bag. A bit of a tight fit but it will just go in ok.

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