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Old 06-01-2014, 05:02 AM
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Guys, keep an eye on this thread on Tuesday. Suzuki is coming out with there new line up. I will post the new models and pictures if available.


Also, if you guys are interested I can post the models with the best deals available month by month.
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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineMike View Post
Also, if you guys are interested I can post the models with the best deals available month by month.
YES!!! Very interested. Please post.
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Originally Posted by ktritsch View Post
just had my boat repowered finally twin df 300 white.
36500 all in plus tax
include six year warranty
if you have a garmin on board they link it to see all info.
Wow! Isn't that what 1 yamaha f300 costs rigged? I'm hopping to reposed in a couple years to replace my ox66 250 with 300 4s. Was planning on yamaha but from reading on THT, it's gonna cost me 60k. This sounds nice. Why the big price difference?
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We are less than that.
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Send me a quote,twin 300 4s, single station, complete rigging yamaha like command plus gsuges fly by wire setup. Separate installation costs. Thx
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Originally Posted by lmannyr View Post
send me a quote,twin 300 4s, single station, complete rigging yamaha like command plus gsuges fly by wire setup. Separate installation costs. Thx
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Dam, this thread is beginning to sound like one of Stevie Nicks songs where she's singing one of her love songs and says "there's something going on here . . . . . . . "
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I'm a rookie for sure, working on my first boat (in sig). If the Suzuki of today is anything like the Suzuki of 1986, they're pretty solid. I have a 1986 DT200 that was left for dead between 2011 and 2013. Sat out, uncovered and unattended during those years .. and that was after about 6 years of saltwater use.

I picked it up last year and without too much hassle was able to get it back to running like a top and my family and I have enjoyed it all last season. That motor seems strong as ever. I rebuilt the carbs, new filters, plugs, cleaned the fuel tank, replaced some fuel lines and maybe did a couple other minor things and it's solid as a rock now. I'm definitely a fan of Suzuki.

Chris
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Originally Posted by Mahi Dearest View Post
Mike - Pls send me the exact quote that Imannyr is asking for. I am currently repowering a Century 3000 that is powered by Yamaha 250 OX66. I would also be interested in a price for twin 250s with single station and complete rigging.

For both, pls include engine weight and lead time in taking delivery of the engines. Looking to purchase ASAP.
I still waiting --- same as above.
Thanks very much.

Do you accept trades?
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Guys we are at the national meeting for Suzuki. I will get you pricing by tomorrow.

New models being released DF200A four cylinder 200. Lightweight, fast, reliable.

New gauges as well. If you want pictures let me know.
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Pictures? Of coarse, post them!
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Originally Posted by lmannyr View Post
Pictures? Of coarse, post them!
. . . . . and pictures of the new guages too.
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Please send quote for 250 with all rigging.
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Here is a picture of the new gauges that will be released later this year. It is a very easy swap out for anyone with the SMIS 4 inch gauge. The new unit will have a built in USB in the back for programming. Looks really nice. Name:  D0DC8CA8-659C-437E-8A9E-A1BE3D413582_zpsmko4cszt.jpg
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New Flat Black SS models

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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineMike View Post
We are less than that.
Perhaps a different model? The quote that you gave me all in for 250's was more than the price above for 300's all in...

Was it becasue I was asking for the white? I didn't think it would make that big of a difference.
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Originally Posted by Blue Chip View Post
Perhaps a different model? The quote that you gave me all in for 250's was more than the price above for 300's all in... Was it becasue I was asking for the white? I didn't think it would make that big of a difference.
Yes it makes a difference. They have promotions on different models every single month. I will be listing specific models I here later today that have great deals associated with them. We will beat any price anywhere.

Guys, when you are asking for pricing please let me know the following so I can get you the best deal:

1. Size of motor
2. Color of motor
3. Type of controls: Digital or Mechanical
4. Shaft length
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Still waiting on quote too.
Single station
300 4s
I guess 30" shaft, I hVe a 23.5 degree contender 35'
Digital
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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineMike View Post
Hey guys, I am sorry if I missed someone on a quote. I check them pretty regular and if you don't hear back form me in 24 hours something is wrong. Call me or send me an EMAIL. I will get back to you asap.
I can't quote pricing on the forum but would be more than happy to quote and match any price you find plus a few extras.

Reel Contender I can beat that price without a doubt.

Check your e mails - get back to me when you can
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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineMike View Post
Here is a picture of the new gauges that will be released later this year. It is a very easy swap out for anyone with the SMIS 4 inch gauge. The new unit will have a built in USB in the back for programming. Looks really nice.


Those look nice, how much will that gauge be?

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