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Default XR versus #6

Any one know the weight difference between the two? Thanks, I was told that #6s could be too heavy for some boats..
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Including Transom assemblies I would say 200-300 lbs difference
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Originally Posted by payuppsucker View Post
Including Transom assemblies I would say 200-300 lbs difference
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... and the 6 takes a lot more hp to turn which has to be taken in to your considerations - not just the drive weight/ reliability depending on your application as imco is a solid option
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Old 10-26-2019, 07:21 PM
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The 6 is heavier and takes more power but it totally makes the boat much better. Once you drive. #6 boat you’ll never want another bravo !
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The 6 is heavier and takes more power but it totally makes the boat much better. Once you drive.transmission boat you’ll never want another bravo !
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What is the actual spec weight of #6 drive gimbals and everything
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Originally Posted by two-air View Post
Any one know the weight difference between the two? Thanks, I was told that #6s could be too heavy for some boats..
An XR is about 130 pounds depending on the length of the lower. A #6 is 255 pounds. The Bravo HD transom assembly is 78 pounds and the #6 transom assembly is about 250 pounds depending if its a drive line or close coupling.
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Old 11-30-2019, 09:56 AM
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its 281 lbs if I recall correctly - but then it can be even higher depending on prop used / number of blades and then if I recall that was dry weight. Expect 300 lbs min for a good overall average

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