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Re: Ole' 2-stroke vs. 4-stroke quesion
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F6firecat wrote:
If I were buying new, I no doubt would go with Suzuki or Yamaha 4-stroke power. But, buying used, I don't get to choose, the boat is powered the way it is powered. And I am not looking into re-powering a boat I just bought.

I could wait for the boat of my dreams that is powered with a 4-stroke, but that may never show up for sale.

Talking to mechanics, motorheads and a lot of fishing friends....for a recreational, low hours per year usage, there really is no technical reason not to buy a 2-stroke. There are some advantages, really. But also disadvantages. I guess I just have to weight the pro's and con's and make a decision.


I would be...."I don't need Oars, I'm good."

Posted on: 4/12 15:35:26
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