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Old 05-29-2018, 12:18 PM
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i also have a contender 23 open 2003... currently with a 2003 yamaha 225 four-stroke.... considering a re-power to zuke 300 or 350.... transom is rated for 400hp. from the factory(2-stroke i think).. please give me some prices. thanks.
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Old 05-29-2018, 12:42 PM
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Hello THT, its that time of year again when Suzuki considers price increases, unfortunately this year we cannot escape it. They have already announced that starting July1 there will be a 2% price increase on most models and that the white motors will have a bigger surcharge over the black motors. If anyone is seriously considering a Suzuki repower then now is the time, as long as we have a contract with deposit in June so we can allocate a motor or motors to you then we can honor current pricing. In order for us to allocate motors to you we must have them in stock(which we currently have about 100) or be able to get them shipped before June 30 so we can have you a serial number. The boat does not have to be rigged before June 30 just a contract with deposit then we can work out the logistics of install. We are currently running about 7-10 days out from starting any new repowers. My yard can handle 20-25 boats at a time and my crew of 10 installers is working overtime to get them all done in a timely manner and keep the rotation going, those that have been to my shop know that the boat shuffle never stops around here.

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Do you only repower high horsepower boats or do you have anything under 100 hp?
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Old 05-31-2018, 07:13 PM
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We do all sizes of Suzukiís even though a majority of our repowers are larger horsepower we still stock and install smaller motors as well. We keep in stock 60, 90, 115, 140, 175, 200, 250, 300, and 350 horsepower. These are the most popular sizes for our market but we can get anything you need.
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I can tell you all, Outboard Specialties are great. Mike & Mike are top notch. I've been doing business with them for a few years now and its always the best customer service. Any issues Mike is always available and goes the extra mile to satisfy there customers, even from overseas doing business with Mike is a pleasure and always feel comfortable. No BS, always straight, honest, and give best prices possible. Whenever I need a motor or questions answered ill always contact them. Thanks again Mike

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Originally Posted by Outboard Specialties View Post
We do all sizes of Suzukiís even though a majority of our repowers are larger horsepower we still stock and install smaller motors as well. We keep in stock 60, 90, 115, 140, 175, 200, 250, 300, and 350 horsepower. These are the most popular sizes for our market but we can get anything you need.
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I have an older 120 on now and it's too heavy. I should be ok with either a 70 or a 90hp. It's a 17.6' Key West CC.
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Originally Posted by Outboard Specialties View Post
We do all sizes of Suzukiís even though a majority of our repowers are larger horsepower we still stock and install smaller motors as well. We keep in stock 60, 90, 115, 140, 175, 200, 250, 300, and 350 horsepower. These are the most popular sizes for our market but we can get anything you need.
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I have an older 120 on now and it's too heavy. I should be ok with either a 70 or a 90hp. It's a 17.6' Key West CC.
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Old 06-01-2018, 03:22 PM
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I have an older 120 on now and it's too heavy. I should be ok with either a 70 or a 90hp. It's a 17.6' Key West CC.
The 70 or 90 suzuki weights about 340lbs, depending on what motor you have now(I'll assume OMC) it weighs about 380lbs. So you could save some weight.
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Originally Posted by Outboard Specialties View Post
The 70 or 90 suzuki weights about 340lbs, depending on what motor you have now(I'll assume OMC) it weighs about 380lbs. So you could save some weight.
Yessir. It's an early 90's Johnson 120. I'd rather go with less hp and have more efficiency. I'm not looking to win any races but having more range (31 gal. tank) plus the KW has scuppers on the transom that are always under water. I plugged them just to keep the water out. Let me know prices on the 70 & 90.
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looking to repower 34ft proline with twin 350's, whats your
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looking to repower 34ft proline with twin 350's, whats your
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On your website under new engines, it says they are 2012. Can you clarify?

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On your website under new engines, it says they are 2012. Can you clarify?

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Our website is outdated, the hosting company recently changed hands and they automatically updated to new formats which resulted in them digging data from old sources. Please disregard anything on there and call for any current pricing and availability. There is no such thing as any new old stock anymore, we are having a hard enough time keeping current models available and in stock let alone any leftovers. We have all been so busy with keeping up the day to day volume of calls and emails along with the installs and seatrials that the website has taken a backseat for now.

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Mike is very responsive. I basically communicated via pm and email and it was a very smooth process and great price on my 200 Suzukiís. I drove 2 1/2 hours to pick them up and probably spent 45 minutes at the shop from start to finish. Very efficient transaction. Thanks Mike !
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Mike is very responsive. I basically communicated via pm and email and it was a very smooth process and great price on my 200 Suzukiís. I drove 2 1/2 hours to pick them up and probably spent 45 minutes at the shop from start to finish. Very efficient transaction. Thanks Mike !
Thank You very much, We strive for easy no hassle transactions, no BS around here.
We will see you for the pre-delievery, let us know if any questions along the way.
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Hi. I am on the west coast, tampa area. I have no trailer. If I wanted to repower with you guys, is it possible to drive the boat to you guy and have the boat pulled there. Do you guys have the capacity or is there a marina you guys can work from?
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Originally Posted by mp5475 View Post
Hi. I am on the west coast, tampa area. I have no trailer. If I wanted to repower with you guys, is it possible to drive the boat to you guy and have the boat pulled there. Do you guys have the capacity or is there a marina you guys can work from?
I have shop trailers and can haul out up to 42 ft, the ramp is 5 min from my shop. What kind/size boat do you have? Any height restrictions? tower?
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It’s worldcat 320 EC. No tower. Do have gt 51 m transducers on both hull near the transom
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Old 06-20-2018, 05:40 PM
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I do have a cat trailer to haul you. It has flat bunks from front to back for the hulls to sit on so if your ducers are on the bottom sticking down it might be a problem. If they are transom mount then no problem at all.
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Do you mind shooting me a PM with price to repower with a pair of black DF350s, 25” shafts, and all controls.
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