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Old 09 October 2007, 15:21   #11
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people don't seem to do their homework with outboards . The 40 honda is same as the 50 , so why buy the 40 .
Because the boat might only be rated for a maximum of 40 hp, and the owner wants to keep it legal.
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Old 09 October 2007, 16:24   #12
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Because the boat might only be rated for a maximum of 40 hp, and the owner wants to keep it legal.

Yes fair enough i didn't think of that . It seems Crazy to me though they rate the max HP but not always the wieght of the engine ,
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Old 09 October 2007, 22:26   #13
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Yes fair enough i didn't think of that . It seems Crazy to me though they rate the max HP but not always the wieght of the engine ,
Agreed - they should have both.
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