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Old 07-16-2018, 07:44 AM
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Good evening, have you repowered a 31 oceanmaster ? I am considering 300 or 350 for my 2007. I currently have 2012 300 etecs. Could you pm price for a twin 300 white cowling setup and a 350 setup? Digital and mechanical quotes if possible, I am not sold on my current fly by wire rigging.

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Good evening, have you repowered a 31 oceanmaster ? I am considering 300 or 350 for my 2007. I currently have 2012 300 etecs. Could you pm price for a twin 300 white cowling setup and a 350 setup? Digital and mechanical quotes if possible, I am not sold on my current fly by wire rigging.

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Hello, We have done a handful of 31's with suzuki 300's and 250's but not any 350's yet. Both the 300 and 350 Suzuki's only come with fly by wire controls, sorry no mechanical option, but they have been used on the 300's since they were introduced in 2007 so an 11 year track record of being very reliable. I'll shoot you a pm with pricing. Thanks
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I have a 2002 Prosports ProKat 2660 with Twin Yamaha 200 HPDI's. Looking to repower with 2x200 Suzuki's. Can you send me a PM
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I have a 2000 ProKat 22' foot cuddy cabin with twin 115's. I would like to repower with more horsepower. I am also considering adding a couple of outboard brackets.



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I am rebuilding a 21' 1991 Mirrocraft. Will be purchasing new outboard to replace the 140 h.p. Tohatsu. Would you price what you have to offer?
I will be needing not only the outboard but the complete gauges, wiring, steering cable -controls-wheel, etc. Located in Nebraska so most likely would not include install.

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OBS boat at around 5 min - quad 39' CV
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Old 10-08-2018, 07:42 AM
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OBS boat at around 5 min - quad 39' CV
https://youtu.be/H1fb5pHpyrs
Cool, thanks for sharing. I'd like to see footage of later that day when going out the inlet with the outgoing tide. We had 3 boats down at haulover that day that all went out the inlet, it was nasty.
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OBS boat at around 5 min - quad 39' CV
https://youtu.be/H1fb5pHpyrs

Hahaha I came here to post the same thing, nice looking rig
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Hahaha I came here to post the same thing, nice looking rig
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I have a 2018 Suzuki 300ap xxl digital controls... about 100 hours. I am considering the 350 regular shaft. What kind of trade would you give me? Please pm if needed. Thank you.
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Hallo, I want to repower my Pursuit 2570 (C250) rigged with twin Honda BF150 my 2005; I'm interested in twin DF200AP, my concern is about weight, Honda's specs reports dry weight 485/492, what about "real" weight of the Zuke's?
Now I'm running 19 pitch honda props with a 2,14:1 ratio, what would be the right props with Suzuki's?
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Old 11-01-2018, 09:04 AM
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Why not check the Suzuki site for specs?
Suzuki Marine - Product Lines - Outboard Motors - Products - DF200AP - 2012 - DF200AP
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Why not reading carefully before answering?
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Why not reading carefully before answering?
Well... one of your questions was about "real weight" of the DF200APs. Go look at the specs page for that - I even gave you the URL.
WRT your "what's the right prop" question, I can't help there but maybe Mike will try to answer that but usually some testing is required.
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"Real" weight means the weight of the engine on the scale; specs are not always the same. In the past some mfr gave weights in some "particular" configuration, without liquids, props, trims, and so on, that's the reason for my question, I'd like to know, the "real" weight difference, if any exists.
Same for the props, nominal pitch is not always geometrically correct, and I'm sure Mike has some references.

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Any 300 30” FBW In stock?

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Hey MIke,

I have to repower my 86 GW Sailfish. currently has twin 150 Evinrude Ocean Runners..
Can you put something together for me, either 140/150 or 175 twin zukes ?
Or thoughts on a 300 with a 9 hp kicker ?

Much appreciated.

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Old 12-13-2018, 12:43 PM
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Originally Posted by jrguar View Post
Hey MIke,

I have to repower my 86 GW Sailfish. currently has twin 150 Evinrude Ocean Runners..
Can you put something together for me, either 140/150 or 175 twin zukes ?
Or thoughts on a 300 with a 9 hp kicker ?

Much appreciated.

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