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Old 10-27-2005, 12:28 AM
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Back 4 More nice to see you over at my site. You should come down for our Poker Run next year.
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Who is "Mercury", and what do they make? I can't find their name anywhere on MY boat.....
Oh, wait - Here it is. They make trim indicators, right?
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Old 10-27-2005, 03:23 AM
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There has been rumors of the 'tweener drive ('tween a Bravo and a #6) for as long as I can remember. Haven't seen it yet, and if comes from Merc it will probably be $25K for the drive alone....

I can do a pair of 725 HP 572s for that price of that one drive.

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Well one thing is for sure:

If it comes in "Blue"

It will cost a lot of "Green"....
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You guys should immediately stop talking about this top secret Mercury information.Failure to do so will result in the Mercury police helicopters outside your house.

Oh no! Black helicopters!
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Why put a transmission in an extension box? It's already available and a lot of boats don't need, benefit or handle well with them.

Sounds like a swing and a miss to me. If I wanted that solution I would have bought a Konrad drive already.
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Back 4 More nice to see you over at my site. You should come down for our Poker Run next year.
Thanks... It looks like you guys have a bunch-o-fun down there.
Now that all has fallen into place, I need to get out more.
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Why put a transmission in an extension box? It's already available and a lot of boats don't need, benefit or handle well with them.

Sounds like a swing and a miss to me. If I wanted that solution I would have bought a Konrad drive already.
Most boats will not accommodate the added length with the trans in the engine box.
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