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    Gold Member Gold Member Turbojack's Avatar
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    Bravo XY, go thru or keep going?

    My Bravo XY outdrive now has 335 hrs on it. Do I have the drive gone thru or just change the lube and keep going?

    I change the drive oil aprox. every 25 hrs or less. I do not run hard except every once and a while. I take off easy most of the times. There is very little fillings if any on the magnets of the drain plugs every time the oil is changed. I pulled the top cap and looked at the gears, from what I can see they look great.

    I think I am going to have the drive gone thru and then I remember reading about all of the drives that have been gone thru and torn up shortly after they have been rebuilt.

    If I have it gone thru who does the best in the Houston / Austin area?

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    How much does it cost to go through a drive?

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