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Old 28 June 2007, 03:52   #1
Country: Sweden
Town: Stockholm
Make: KR7
Length: 7m +
Engine: Evinrude 150 H.O
Join Date: Aug 2005
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Revenger 29 inboard or outboard?

I have papers from revenger in my hand...

1. Revenger 29 Stepped hull with a Yanmar 315 bravo one.
2. Revenger 29 Stepped hull with a Suzuki 300 (Maybe Verado 300).

The inboard version is + 13000

I did not get any answer about speed with outboard? 52-53 knots

What do you say????? inboard or outboard?

And what engine (inboard) is next step in power? Can you have a 440 yanmar to bravo one?
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Old 28 June 2007, 06:59   #2
Country: UK - Wales
Town: swansea
Boat name: Too Blue
Length: 8m +
Engine: Suzuki DT225
Join Date: Mar 2004
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I think it mainly comes down to which fuel is easier to get and which fuel is cheaper. Then again with that price difference you will have to use the boat a hell of a lot to make up.

I would go for the outboard - much lighter - better in shallow water - more room in the boat - no turbo lag - easy to change engines later on if you want to - and less servicing needed - stern drive legs seem to give more trouble than the worth of it - they also need to be antifouled etc.

Performance would be about the same - maybe a bit faster with the outboard.
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