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Old 06-10-2003, 01:41 PM
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Default 440 hp diesel engine which drive?

my friend is looking for a strong drive too use with 440hp diesel yanmar engines?
imco ,bmax or bravo xr ?
which one do you think is better?
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No gears is the way to go= Pulse Drive is the way to go.


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What is that platform for?
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If you look close you will see it's holding the SHAFT
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Oh.......and also the rudders?
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There was a beautiful custom Scarab at the SCOPE poker run with diesels. It was all controlled with "fly by wire" technology. No cables for steering or throttleing!












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Love that instrument panel not to cluttered, Is it selectable screens?
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himm....
i told him to go with surface drives but he told me the shape of boat/hull is not good for that.(i dont know why).he said boat performs better with bravo style drives. boat is extented scarab-mold 45 long.

will forward this thread to him
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