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  • Fed's Avatar
    Today, 05:05 AM
    Fed replied to a thread 115 Evinrude in Boating Chat
    I think the different RPM figures probably relate to crossflow Vs looper. 4500-5500 rated HP @ 5000 Looper 5000-6000 rated HP @ 5500 FWIW I...
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  • Ronje1's Avatar
    Today, 04:51 AM
    Thanks, Disorderly. Dukw are fascinating bits of machinery. At 1770, a tourist service operates along the beaches (across creek mouths) up to...
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  • disorderly's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:26 PM
    They have the original army ducks up here Ron..just take a 2 piece rod and troll up a Barra on the tour...;) ...
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  • ranmar850's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:48 PM
    They always used to be aimed at pushing heavy loads, like barges, punts, etc. Lower geared to swing a larger diameter ( not larger pitch) , get a...
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  • stue2's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:42 PM
    Anyone got advice on these motors. Does the command thrust work ok? Does it affect top speed and hole shot? I imagine that bigger props will help...
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  • ranmar850's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:39 PM
    ranmar850 replied to a thread 115 Evinrude in Boating Chat
    1 km/litre sounds about right as others said. Which is the same as 1 litre per km. And equates to 0.54 nm/litre. Which is just on double what my...
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  • Chimo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:38 PM
    Chimo replied to a thread 115 Evinrude in Boating Chat
    Great motors is all I can add and my two are still going strong with lots of smoke at start up and thats what you want so they will never wear out so...
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  • portjacksonday's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:09 PM
    To follow up, I bought the multi standard wheels 4.8-4.0-10" from your link, Gazza. I received the wheels 3 days after I purchased them from ebay....
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  • ranmar850's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 AM
    Re the tinning / no tinning? My trade background is electrician, primarily in mining in recent decades. We had to deal with a vast array of...
    22 replies | 682 view(s)
  • stevej's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:05 AM
    stevej replied to a thread 115 Evinrude in Boating Chat
    I offend you ? I agreed with you so no idea why your saying your out a boat that canít meet peak rpm will be propped poorly across the whole rev...
    16 replies | 567 view(s)
  • Tracker's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:38 AM
    My hh v19 had a tower of power 150,was the biggest we could get in those days. AS Brett said they get along quite well with 140+ on But be carefull...
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  • ericcs's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:33 AM
    ericcs replied to a thread 115 Evinrude in Boating Chat
    My 1996 workshop manual, which i believe is the same block, states the 88,90,100,110,115 engines have an operating range of 4500 to 5500rpm. So,...
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  • Noelm's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:06 AM
    Noelm replied to a thread 115 Evinrude in Boating Chat
    Please yourself, I asked what his max RPM as with a light load, his response was 4500-4800, so we assume that's his max RPM? but, never mind, I'm out.
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  • stevej's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:31 AM
    stevej replied to a thread 115 Evinrude in Boating Chat
    Thereís a difference between being propped to reach a wot of 5500 and driving it at 4500 rpm versus only being able to reach 4500 rpm If a...
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