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Old 03 October 2012, 13:16   #11
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It should be possible to "stack" the throttles side by side as per the norm.
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Old 03 October 2012, 14:50   #12
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It should be possible to "stack" the throttles side by side as per the norm.
thats what i would have thought! hence my comment in my OP "am i missing something?"
there not a matched pair of engines either, both right handed gearboxes. would that have much effect on a RIB this size and power?
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Old 03 October 2012, 15:57   #13
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thats what i would have thought! hence my comment in my OP "am i missing something?"
there not a matched pair of engines either, both right handed gearboxes. would that have much effect on a RIB this size and power?
Shouldn't as long as it has hydraulic steering.
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there not a matched pair of engines either, both right handed gearboxes. would that have much effect on a RIB this size and power?
Conventional wisdom has it that its that only after 115hp do twins need to be counter-rotating - I have run twin Honda 90's and currently have twin 115's right handed - both setups run with no bad habits.

As for the throttles - Mick's Redbay has twin side-by-side Honda throttles - maybe he would post a pic
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Conventional wisdom has it that its that only after 115hp do twins need to be counter-rotating - I have run twin Honda 90's and currently have twin 115's right handed - both setups run with no bad habits.

As for the throttles - Mick's Redbay has twin side-by-side Honda throttles - maybe he would post a pic


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Tchu! I'll never understand wimmin, one minute they're banging on about how brilliant they are at multitasking & the next minute they're moaning about how they have to do the washing, ironing, cleaning, cooking, taking the kids to school, picking the kids up from school, shopping, getting the coal in, hold down a job. All I asked her to do was get me a beer
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