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Old 14 February 2013, 11:44   #1
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Hi to everyone, I am pretty much decided on getting a new honwave t35ae to go with my 15hp four stroke outboard. Was wondering if anyone has this setup or had it and can give me some feedback on your thoughts. Thanks
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I have the same Honwave but with a Honda 20 and it certainly moves along.

Big tip... Inflate the floor to the recommended pressure, it makes the world of a difference.
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I have the same Honwave but with a Honda 20 and it certainly moves along.

Big tip... Inflate the floor to the recommended pressure, it makes the world of a difference.
Ive got a T38 and sometimes my battery operated pump doesnt fully inflate the airdeck

Anyone know of a good manual pump with a built in pressure gauge to "finish off" the floor?
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Oh and to answer Johnny, mine goes well with an old 16hp Tohatsu
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I have the same Honwave but with a Honda 20 and it certainly moves along.

Big tip... Inflate the floor to the recommended pressure, it makes the world of a difference.

Surely the T35ae is an aluminum floor ?
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Aluminium floor

Yeah the t35ae is ally floor. Need it for fishing so will choose ally floor to aid standing up.
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Surely the T35ae is an aluminum floor ?
Correct, I should've said inflate the KEEL to recommended pressure.

But I'm sure he knows what I meant though.
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