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Old 11-19-2020, 06:48 AM
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Im looking to reporter my 1995 Hewes Redfisher 18. At 26 years old my original Yamaha 115 is getting a little long in the tooth. So Im looking to repower soon. I see that the 115. Comes in an A, B, and SS configuration. The Suzuki website doesnt say what the difference is. Also the weight for the 140 is less than the 115. Is that correct?
Old 11-21-2020, 11:47 PM
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A is the standard current mechanical control model.

B is the newly released (but hard to get) fly-by-wire model that I hear is a significant upgrade and even more efficient than the A series. Which itself was 10-15% more efficient than the previous model.

SS I am not 100% sure but my guess is its the model aimed at the bassboat sector.

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Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ghostdancer View Post
Thanks!
No problems.

I was just reading on another forum that the new 2021 SS models come with a different gear ratio to make the bassboat boys happy.

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