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Old 01-15-2002, 05:43 PM
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Now available from the Bravo Shop is a standard warranty on the BMax drive and Stage II transom assembly. The limited one year warranty is available at no extra cost for applications on boats of less than 15000 lbs and with less than 850 hp or 850 ft lbs of torque.

The Bravo Shop will reveal their new Stage II transom assembly at the 2002 Miami Boat Show booth #H86. The Stage II transom assembly coupled with the Bravo Shop's Bmax drive completes the driveline application for the high performance boater.

The Stage II transom assembly features intergrated steering and trim. This eliminates the need for seperate external steering. The combination of the assembly casting and the internal steering and trim not only provide an ultra strong assembly but they also provide a more streamlined one as well with all the hydraulic lines being internal.

The Stage II transom assembly also includes a thermal probe which monitors the temperature of the drive oil. This information can be sent to a remote gauge on your dash.

The transom assembly comes with a standard 5" setback with the option to go to 12" setback. It can be purchased with or without the Bmax drive and can also be used with the Bravo drive. It incorporates the same bolt pattern as the Bravo transom assembly.

For more information contact the Bravo Shop at 877-394-7286.
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Old 01-15-2002, 05:51 PM
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There is the answer to high priced merc packages.
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What are the costs?

Please don't leave us hanging!
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Do you have any (2) #6 dry sumps with gimbals?

I'm also looking for (2) engines w/ big power.
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Actually Dean's prices are well worth it and will certainly save you $$$ in the long run!
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Old 01-17-2002, 09:32 AM
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B-Max is the way to go. On Poker Runs the #1 failure is Bravo Drives. Can you imagine your entire weekend ruin?
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Great news !

There was a great article on the B-Max in the latest PB mag.
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The bravo shop has always come thru for me!
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Hey Catmando

Lol. Nice try.
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Old 01-17-2002, 11:36 AM
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Sounds exciting! Finally a no hassel bravo. Speedmasters are nice but transmissions and SSM parts & service aren't cheap. XR's don't seem to be Merc's answer to their high perf. applications.

Hey BravoShop, if this vastly improved bravo drive is really what people say it is, I have a feeling you will be receiving a call from Merc. in near future. Kinda like Hueber tranny's. Especially now that it is rated at 850hp/torque with a warranty. Now their is no reason for SSM up to 850 horse. This improved drive fills a HUGE hp gap. What's your opinion on that?

Technology is a wonderful thing.

Can't wait to see it at the Miami show.

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