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Old 23 July 2016, 12:55   #11
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iv got a yam 130 with an extra long leg (too long for my transom) if you have a normal longshaft outboard maybe a deal could be done ??
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In Ribeye form the 725 was stepped transom and the 625 was not. The 725 had a 25" shaft Yamaha 150 vmax trp engine and was a proper handful to drive, really took some getting used to but was awesome once you'd got used to it.
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Vector vega bond shaft length

Vector fitted these and the Mirage hardboat variant, with Evinrude 150s. Not sure on shaft length. I know a guy running a Vagabond down here with twin Yams, I'll ask.
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Vector fitted these and the Mirage hardboat variant, with Evinrude 150s. Not sure on shaft length. I know a guy running a Vagabond down here with twin Yams, I'll ask.
Correction. The Mirage and Vagabond were both rib models, the Vulcan was the hardboat. The Vulcan was popular with Spanish fag smugglers as it had good deck space.
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We are all agreed 150 is the right HP !
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