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Old 22 May 2006, 17:27   #71
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i could not answer that one as i did not research that engine hp line up, i only really looked at the 175 to 225 market



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So a 115 Optimax is as economical as say a 4stroke 115?

What about at WOT?
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I know of two people running a 115 opti and both are very happy with the fuel performance. would you be buying new or SH !
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To appease him for all the trouble I have caused over the years my next engine is likely to be a new Suzuki. That will teach me to be politikally inkorrest!
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I know of two people running a 115 opti and both are very happy with the fuel performance. would you be buying new or SH !
SH - Looking at a diesel now... woah! I reckon it'll be sold soon though
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I wouldn't buy a 115 opti sh , i think the owners might be unloading a problem?

what sort of diesel
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I wouldn't buy a 115 opti sh , i think the owners might be unloading a problem?

what sort of diesel
Volvo Penta - Just a crazy thought that ran through my head. I always said i'd own a diesel RIB someday, so I thought... why not now!
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2006 5.7m Humber Destroyer - Mercury 80hp Four Stroke - 13,495

Just spotted this, not your exact specification but damn good value for money, its brand new!
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2006 5.7m Humber Destroyer - Mercury 80hp Four Stroke - 13,495

Just spotted this, not your exact specification but damn good value for money, its brand new!
I spotted it... but its too similar to my current RIB! The seating is a No-No!
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