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Old 03-17-2019, 02:23 PM
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syrupdawg
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Originally Posted by davidwademarine View Post
I, along with our customer, was very surprised with the ability of triple 400R Verados to replace triple Yamaha 350s on a 42 Yellowfin repower. He gained performance all the way around (holeshot thru top end) and picked up considerable fuel economy. If youre currently rigged with twin Yamaha 250s, I think twin 400s would be a great fit. Id opt for the standard production 400 Verado that was released at the Miami Boat Show. If youre satisfied with the top end performance now then a set of new V8 Verado 300s would be a good choice too, if you can get your hands on any.
I'm waiting to hear about the fuel burn difference in the new 300 v8 versus the 350 verado. I'm not overly concerned with top speed but fuel burn and ability to push a heavy load in my 33' twin engine application is at the top of the list.
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