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Old 02-18-2004, 04:01 PM
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Warranty was one year, unlimited time for up to 750ft lb engine...
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Old 02-18-2004, 04:21 PM
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how much for just the drive?

can you unbolt the TRS and bolt up the konrad? or does other stuff need to be changed as well?
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Biggus,
I couldn't tell from the website if it came in right and left rotation. Or do you need a tranny with full power reverse capability?
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Drive was around $11,000,

I was standin' with Tim, when the guy told us the price, Nice piece, but our jaws dropped, when he threw out the $20,000+ price tag
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Take the box with the trans in it and bolt on a 6 drive and now you really have something.
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price wise that isn;t SOOOOO horrible. cheaper than aspeedy and that is just about what soem of the upgraded bravos are goign for these days. Hell that might even be cheaper than an imco 4x4
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Biggus,

Does it bolt up to the TRS transom assembly? Or do you have to change that.

Remember that's not a bad price. The resale on TRS drives is pretty high right now as there is limited availability. You can probalbly sell a complete TRS assembly in good condtion for $4000.00 each. That means $8000.00 That from the $22,000
$14,000 for brand new drives that will out last any Bravo 1 I have seen. And a boat that shifts smooth.
Not to bad.
Also consider a TRS boat is usually cheaper then a Bravo boat (don't know why) a little more savings.

Just my opinion.

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Gary,

Yes, the drive is available left and right rotation.

Mr Cig,

The Konrad 540 will bolt up to a TRS transom assy. The only modification is to use the Konrad bellhousing.

Pricing is around $8000- retail for drive only.(including the Konrad bellhousing) .. not bad at all when a fresh TRS is fetching $4500

With the new Konrad 540 now available, all those old TRS boats will be an even greater bargain.

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$40k is a bit much for me.....I'll break a few bravo's first!!
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THanks Biggus let me kmow if you do it, and how it goes.
Might be worth looking into maybe next winter.

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